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Helton shared her story with more than two dozen priests May 1 as part of the annual meeting of the Priest-Labor Initiative, held this year in Atlanta in conjunction with the annual convocation of its partner organization, the National Federation of Priests' Councils.
Bishops, as well as the National Federation of Priests' Councils, may find the material provided in this book helpful in understanding priests' feelings, thoughts, problems, and hopes for the future.
We should not deny that we are struggling with the fallout from the sex-abuse scandal," Father Robert Silva told the 2006 convention of the National Federation of Priests' Councils (NFPC).
April 1998: In an address to the National Federation of Priests' Councils, Father Philip Sumner, the head of the National Conference of Priests of England and Wales, says that the Catholic Church should offer forgiveness to priests who resigned to marry.
The head of the National Federation of Priests' Councils told the school that the translations have put priests in the U.
Meanwhile, the National Federation of Priests' Councils announced it will award its 2013 Touchstone Award to Senior, recognizing him for his priestly ministry.
Currently, the National Federation of Priests' Councils is working with the Catholic Campaign for Human Development to create an online community for labor priests, whom the federation numbers at nearly 35, to share their experiences and work to address far-reaching labor issues connected to wide-ranging corporations.
A just-released study of priestly ministry in the United States will have best done its job if it ignites "a major powwow" among church leaders on priestly and parish ministry, says the president of the National Federation of Priests' Councils, which sponsored the research.