The task force has put forth two must-dos: pull the archdiocese's former marriage and family life office from the ashes of past budget cuts, and develop a cogent evangelization strategy for young adults.
What does FLO stand for?
FLO stands for Family Life Office (various locations)
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- Florida National Organization for Women
- Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics
- Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions
- Fluorescence Line-Narrowing Spectroscopy
- Freesia Leaf Necrosis Virus
- Faction Liaison Officer
- Fail Locked Open
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- Family Learning Organization
- Family Liaison Office/Officer
- Federal Liaison Officer (Alaska, federal disaster response)
- Field Level Organization
- Fighter Liaison Officer
- Financial Liability Officer
- Finds Liaison Officer (UK)
- Fisheries Liaison Officer (Canada)
- Fleet Liaison Office (US DoD)
- Flinders Learning Online (Australia)
- Florence (Amtrak station code; Florence, SC)
- Florence, SC, USA - Gilbert Field (Airport Code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
So here in the Family Life office we put seven cupboard essentials to a comparison test.
She recently retired after 25 years on the staff of the Family Life Office of the Archdiocese of Omaha, and she's also served as an adviser to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Marriage and Family as they put together their forthcoming pastoral letter on marriage.
Deacon Fred Merritt of the Cincinnati archdiocese's family life office told NCR he estimates that nearly 40 percent of marriages there are interchurch.
Stacey Noem, former director of the Family Life Office in the Diocese of Venice, Florida and current master of divinity student at Notre Dame, echoes similar concerns.
As a first step to correcting that image, the bishops' Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth should make the Shriver Report mandatory reading in every diocesan family life office in the United States.
Within the Catholic community, says Mary Jo Pedersen, a marriage and family life specialist in the Family Life Office of the Archdiocese of Omaha, "We're not so much avoiding holding up marriage as an excellent life choice and vocation, but we're doing it with sensitivity.
Enrique Glennie, executive secretary of the Mexican bishops' family life office, declared that with these laws, the city's authorities have furthered the breakdown of the family.