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Religious Conferences & Organizations

The links in this category are those from the larger network of conferences and organizations of congregations and religious communities.

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1   Link   Canadian Religious Conference (CRC)
Founded in 1954, the CRC`s history is full of vitality and surprising initiatives. For more than 50 years, the CRC has evolved and grown. Witness to the vicissitudes of the modern world, the CRC redefined its mission to promote justice, peace, and respect for human rights and the environment. Here is a brief overview of the marvellous adventure of the CRC.
2   Link   Conference of Major Superiors of Men (CMSM)
CMSM serves the leadership of the Catholic orders and congregations of the more than 20,000 vowed religious priests and brothers of the United States, ten percent of whom are foreign missionaries. CMSM provides a voice for these communities in U.S. church and society. CMSM also collaborates with the U.S. bishops and other key groups and organizations that serve church and society.
3   Link   Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) is an association of the leaders of congregations of Catholic women religious in the United States. The conference has more than 1500 members, who represent more than 90 percent of the 59,000 women religious in the United States. Founded in 1956, the conference assists its members to collaboratively carry out their service of leadership to further the mission of the Gospel in today's world.
4   Link   Religious Brothers Conference (RBC)
The Religious Brothers Conference (RBC) is a service organization in the Catholic Church. The Mission of the RBC is to promote an awareness of and the calling of Brothers in the Church and society. We encourage all Brothers to live the Gospel message in a prophetic way, respecting the charism and tradition of their particular institute.
5   Link   Religious Formation Conference (RFC)
The RFC National Office is privileged to serve Roman Catholic institutes of women and men religious with programs and services for those in the ministry of initial and life-long formation. Membership in RFC is by congregation or institute and based on the calendar year. All members or associates of that congregation or institute qualify for RFC program fees and for access to the members-only site area.
6   Link   National Association of Lay Ministry (NALM)
The National Association for Lay Ministry is a professional organization that supports, educates and advocates for lay ministers and promotes the development of lay ministry in the Catholic Church.
7   Link   National Religious Vocation Conference (NRVC)
The National Religious Vocation Conference began in 1988 as a combination of the National Conference of Religious Vocation Directors (NCRVD) and the National Sisters Vocation Conference (NSVC). Today the NRVC has an annual membership of over 1,300 women and men, most of whom are vocation ministers for religious congregations. The organization is divided into 14 regions plus international members. The National Board consists of eight to twelve representatives and the NRVC Executive Director.
8   Link   Sisters United News (SUN)
Sisters United News (SUN) comprises communicators of 12 religious congregations of the Upper Mississippi Valley. Collaborating for maximum impact and mutual support, SUN is dedicated to promoting and publicizing the values of Catholic Sisters living the Gospel in today's world. SUN represents sisters who live the gospel and whose values include: seeking God together in prayer and spirituality; embracing community; living in right relationship with all of creation; working for peace through justice.
9   Link   United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an assembly of the hierarchy of the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands who jointly exercise certain pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States. The purpose of the Conference is to promote the greater good which the Church offers humankind, especially through forms and programs of the apostolate fittingly adapted to the circumstances of time and place. This purpose is drawn from the universal law of the Church and applies to the episcopal conferences which are established all over the world for the same purpose.


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