Hundreds of Hispanic Catholic women learn of God's love, share faith at 10th annual conference (PHOTOS)

Sandra Aceval, right, and her sister, Patricia Maldonado, listen to Martha Fernandez-Sardina on Oct. 19 during the 10th annual Hispanic Women's Conference at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. (Photos by Valaurian Waller | Detroit Catholic)

DETROIT — On Saturday, Oct. 19, hundreds of Hispanic Catholic women gathered at Sacred Heart Major Seminary for a daylong conference celebrating their faith and heritage.

The 10th annual Archdiocese of Detroit Hispanic Women's Conference focused on the theme “Woman: Perfect Design of God,” and featured singing, faith-sharing and a keynote talk by Martha Fernandez-Sardina, founder and director of Prepare the Way Enterprises and Remember You Are Loved, and a bicultural, bilingual international speaker specializing in the new evangelization.

See photos from the event below: