In 1920, under the auspices of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, the bishops established a Department of Immigration at the national level.
What does NCWC stand for?
NCWC stands for National Catholic Welfare Conference
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- NATO Civil Wartime Agency
- North Central Wholesalers Association
- Northern California Water Association
- National Civil War Artillery Association
- North Coast Weeds Advisory Committee (Australia)
- North Coast Watershed Assessment Program (California)
- National Coal Workers' Autopsy Study
- National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability (Washington, DC)
- North Country Wind Bells (Maine)
- National Catholic War Council (WWI era)
- National Council of Women of Canada
- National Council of Work Centers
- Naval Coastal Warfare Commander
- New Canaan Winter Club (Connecticut)
- Non-Cash Working Capital
- North Carolina Wesleyan College
- National Coalition of Women of Color in Construction (Stone Mountain, GA)
- Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre (Kowloon, Hong Kong)
- National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development (Saudi Arabia)
- Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District
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This article examines this critical period in the history of Catholic schooling through an analysis of the records of the National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC) and its Department of Education, as well as the proceedings of the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) and related publications.
From 1945 to 1994, Higgins regularly prepared these brief essays on a host of social and cultural issues, essays that the National Catholic Welfare Conference distributed to Catholic newspapers across the nation.
13) Relationship with Latin America A further development in Considine's thought came to fruition after Richard Cardinal Cushing invited him to direct the Latin America Bureau of the National Catholic Welfare Conference in 1960.
With leadership from the National Catholic Welfare Conference, assimilated Catholics organized politically to challenge the Klan and its agenda, with some important successes.
Washington, DC: National Catholic Welfare Conference.
The longest-serving employees to retire are Thomas Quigley, policy adviser for Latin America, who joined the staff of what was then the National Catholic Welfare Conference in 1963, and William Ryan, interim secretary for communications, who has worked in the bishops' communications office since 1965.
Ryan (referred to by some as "Right Reverend New Dealer") of the National Catholic Welfare Conference and Father Francis Lucey, S.