In both 2007 and 2008, International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services sponsored an international leaders' conference for almost 800 Catholics from around the world.
What does ICCRS stand for?
ICCRS stands for International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- International Conference on Calcium-Regulating Hormones
- Inter-Connection Cabling Cross-Reference List
- International Center for Conflict Resolution and Mediation (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
- International Congress and Convention Researchers Meeting
- Interstitial Cystitis Clinical Research Network (US NIH)
- International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Office (Rome, Italy)
- International Centre for Conservation in Rome
- International Centre for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments
- International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (Rome, Italy)
- International Conference on Concrete Repair Rehabilitation and Retrofitting (Cape Town, South Africa)
- International Council on Cultism and Ritual Trauma (est. 1993; mind control research group)
- International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium
- Illinois Coalition for Community Services (est. 1985)
- Incremental Hundred (C) Call Seconds
- Industrial Construction Crew Supervisor (job title)
- Infinity Contact Centre Software (UK)
- Institute for Citizen Centered Service (Canada)
- Institute of Communication and Computer Systems
- Integrated Catapult Control Station
- Integrated Chassis Control System (Cadillac automotive technology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In nine chapters the following movements are dealt with: the International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services (Charles Whitehead), the Community of Sant'Egidio (Mario Marazziti and Austen Ivereigh), the Community of the Beatitudes (Francois-Xavier Wallays), Communion and Liberation (Javier Prades Lopez), Schonstatt (Bryan Cunningham), L'Arche (Christine McGrievy), Neocatechumenate Way (Kiko Arguello), Sodalitium Cristianae Vitae and Christian Life Movement (Louis Fernando Figari), and the Focolare Movement (Chiara Lubich).