Campus ministry group faithful to canon law

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  • May 4, 2011

The Canadian Catholic Campus Ministry (CCCM) has been recognized as a national private association of the faithful according to the Code of Canon Law by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.

CCCM is now one of only two national associations to be recognized as a private lay association of the faithful by the Canadian bishops. The Catholic Women’s League was recognized in 2005.

“We are honoured to have been recognized in this way by the bishops,” said Fr. Daniel Renaud, CCCM board chair.

CCCM is a national network of professional Catholic ministries grounded in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church and inspired by the vision of the Second Vatican Council. It is active on more than 75 campuses across Canada

The Canadian Catholic Campus Ministry (CCCM) has been recognized as a national private association of the faithful according to the Code of Canon Law by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. CCCM is now one of only two national associations to be recognized as a private lay association of the faithful by the Canadian bishops. The Catholic Women’s League was recognized in 2005. “We are honoured to have been recognized in this way by the bishops,” said Fr. Daniel Renaud, CCCM board chair. CCCM is a national network of professional Catholic ministries grounded in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church and inspired by the vision of the Second Vatican Council. It is active on more than 75 campuses across Canada For more information on the CCCM, see www.cccm.ca.

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