The following Catholic organizations will be hosting a conference in January or February 2009:
12/31/2008 – 1/4/2009
NCSC – National Catholic Student Coalition
NCSC 25th Annual Leadership Conference – Our Catholic Faith, Our Nation in Need
A membership organization that seeks to be the representative voice of Catholic collegians, providing students with the necessary resources, network, and partners to aid the formation of faith-filled Catholics.
1/6/2009 – 1/9/2009
CCMA – Catholic Campus Ministry Association and NADDCM – National Association of Diocesan Directors of Campus Ministry
CCMA/NADDCM National Convention
The national membership association for Catholic campus ministers who serve at Catholic and non-Catholic colleges and universities. CCMA’s mission is to empower Catholic campus ministers and the broader Church to become transforming instruments of Christ in the academic community and the world.
1/16/2009 – 1/21/2009
NCOD – National Catholic Office for the Deaf
NCOD Pastoral Week 2009 – 2009 National Conference for Pastoral Workers in Deaf Ministry: Bridging the Gap
San Mateo/San Francisco, CA
A membership association dedicated to the pastoral ministry with deaf and hard-of-hearing persons. The mission of NCOD is to spread God’s message through the support of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Pastoral Ministry so that we may all be one in Christ.
1/31/2009 – 2/2/2009
ACCU – Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities
ACCU Annual Meeting 2009 – Catholic Higher Education: Institutional Diversity Shared Purpose
The official collective voice of Catholic higher education in the US. ACCU’s mission is to help foster a vibrant Catholic identity at member institutions and support cooperation among them for the greater good of society and the Church.
2/1/2009 – 2/4/2009
NACC – National Association of Catholic Chaplains
NACC 2009 Conference – Spiritual Care Summit ’09: Health and Hope: The Hard Reality of Living Intentionally in a Village of Care
Walt Disney World/Orlando, FL
The membership association for Catholic chaplains in the US of as a missionary in a developing country. NACC’s mission is to advocate for the profession of spiritual care and to educate, certify and support chaplains and clinical pastoral educators.
2/12/2009 – 2/15/2009
AGPIM – Association of Graduate Programs in Ministry
AGPIM Annual Meeting
The official membership organization of Catholic schools offering graduate programs in ministry. AGPIM’s mission is to promote the quality of ministerial education in service of church and society.
2/16/2009 – 2/19/2009
NOCERCC – National Organization for Continuing Education of Roman Catholic Clergy
36th NOCERCC National Convention
A membership association of dioceses, religious communities and others committed to the Church’s mission to promote and support ongoing formation for priests. NOCERCC’s mission includes engaging in dialogue about contemporary pastoral needs and realities, sponsoring research on issues of presbyteral formation and offering educational opportunities.
2/21/2009 – 2/22/2009
The Roundtable – The Roundtable Association of Diocesan Social Action Directors
2009 Roundtable Annual Symposium: Engaging the Faithful on Food Justice
The membership association of Catholic diocesan social action directors and their staff. The Roundtable’s mission is to deepen the capacity of social action directors to engage in the social mission of the church by providing education, formation, and professional development.
2/22/2009 – 2/25/2009
USCCB – US Conference of Catholic Bishops and 17 Other Catholic Organizations
2009 Catholic Social Ministry Gathering
A gathering of diocesan and national social ministry leaders who meet annually to celebrate and act on the social mission of the Catholic Church.
2/26/2009 – 2/28/2009
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
LA Religious Education Conference – Love Unfolding…Igniting Our Yes! Amor Revelador…Encendiendo Nuestro Si!
Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, this conference has become a national gathering for those involved in religious education. Attendance in previous years has exceeded 40,000 participants, including attendees from as far away as Australia and the UK.
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