In a statement, the diocese added: "The effective safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults is a priority for the Catholic Church, and Ealing Abbey's safeguarding policies and procedures, president of the English Benedictine Congregation, 81, is wanted by police after jumping bail before he could be charged with child abuse offences.
What does EBC stand for?
EBC stands for English Benedictine Congregation (religious organization)
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We have 248 other meanings of EBC in our Acronym Attic
- Émeraude Basket Colombanais (French sports club)
- Emergency Backup Center
- Emergency Birth Control (pill)
- Emitter-Base-Collector (transistor amplifier configuration)
- Emmanuel Baptist Church (various locations)
- Emmaus Bible College
- Employee Benefit Consultants (various organizations)
- Employee Benefits Center (various organizations)
- Emulated Buffer Computer
- Energy in Buildings and Communities (formerly known as Energy Conservation in Buildings and Community Systems; International Energy Agency)
- English for Business Communications
- Enhanced Bearer Capability
- Enroute Battle Command
- Entertainers Basketball Classic
- Entrepreneur Business Centre (various locations)
- Entreprise de Bâtiment Cojean (French building company)
- Entreprises Bon Conseil (French: Good Business Counsel; Canada)
- Entretien Bâtiment Charente (France)
- Environmental Barrier Coating
- Environmental Biosafety Committee (US EPA)
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Discussing the religious writing on contemplative prayer produced by the Benedictine nuns of Cambrai, Claire Walker chronicles their struggle to keep the convent's manuscripts out of the hands of Claude White, the president of the English Benedictine congregation, who considered them "poisonous, pernicious and diabolicall" (242).
Even with use of the Smith papers, Vaughan is the victim of, at least, carelessness, especially concerning his alleged failure to report to Propaganda on the English Benedictine Congregation and his alleged opposition to the foundation of a Sydney Franciscan community as such.