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~ Active Campus Courts of Texas ~

			Baylor University, Waco, District #27
				Instituted 11/18/2005
				Court St Clare of Assisi #2559
			University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, District # 60
				Instituted 11/20/2006
				Court Daughters of the Incarnate Word #2583
		St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, District #60
				Instituted 1/18/2009
				Court Belles of St Mary’s #2615
			Stephen F. Austin College, Nacogdoches, District #6
				Instituted 3/29/2009
				(Restructured 9/2016)
				Court Daughters of St. Agnes #2622
			University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas, District # 1
				Instituted 12/15/2013
				Court St. Theresa of the Child Jesus #2671

Our Campus Courts are like a flower blooming from one day to the next with the beauty of their service. Their joy enthusiastically portrays the purpose of the CDA Order - spirituality, charity and education. The first Campus Court organized in the nation was Ct. Our Lady of Good Counsel #2434, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 1996.

All service to His people flows out of their relationship with God; He leads, and these faith filled energetic women follow!

The mission statement of the University of Texas El Paso court states, "I know no other means of reaching perfection but love…. Love, how well our hearts are made for that." St. Theresa of the Child Jesus.

It is for these reasons that the Catholic Daughters organized courts on university and college campuses, each designed to help young women deepen their faith relationship with God while giving them the avenue to serve God, His Church, and His people.

The campus court members operate with a banner of PRAYER, SISTERHOOD, and VALUING ONES SELF WORTH.