It remains curious, therefore, why NCR has not reported on the Web-based survey conducted by Catholic Organizations for Renewal (COR).
What does COR stand for?
COR stands for Catholic Organizations for Renewal
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 190 other meanings of COR in our Acronym Attic
- Children of the Qur'an Islamic Institute
- Cohsasa Quality Information System (South Africa)
- Covariant-Oscillator Quark Model
- Construction de Qualité (French: Quality Construction; Belgium)
- Constructive Quality Model
- Call out Request
- Canadian Organic Regime (Canadian Organic Products Regulation Standards)
- Career Opportunities in Research Education and Training
- Cargo Outturn Report
- Carrier Operated Relay (two-way radio)
- Cazaux Olympique Rugby (French rugby club)
- Center for Ophthalmic Research
- Center for Organizational Research (various schools)
- Center for Orthopaedic Research
- Center of Rotation (medical scanning equipment)
- Central Office of Record (NSA)
- Central Office Repairperson
- Certificate of Recognition
- Certificate of Registration
- Certificate of Rehabilitation (various locations)
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For many years, I had the pleasure of attending Catholic Organizations for Renewal meetings on behalf of CFC.
Also meeting in Atlanta with the International Federation will be COR, Catholic Organizations for Renewal, which is comprised of more than 30 American church reform organizations.
More than 30 groups will take part in a simultaneous meeting sponsored by Catholic Organizations for Renewal.
For the past few years Americans from groups such as Call to Action, Catholics Speak Out and Catholic Organizations for Renewal have attended the meetings as observers.
However, newer groups were there, too, representing change and new church energies: Celibacy Is the Issue and Earth Connection as well as Catholic Organizations for Renewal, the CTA-connected network of more than two dozen church organizations.
William Smarth, representing ousted President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, came from Haiti to share his concerns about the church's role there and its "serious problem of power," as part of a forum sponsored by Catholic Organizations for Renewal.
Catholic Organizations for Renewal had organized a number of activities.