Nearly seven months after having its church affiliation threatened, the Catholic Association for Lesbian and Gay Ministry is still Catholic.
What does TCA stand for?
TCA stands for The Catholic Association
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We have 560 other meanings of TCA in our Acronym Attic
- Texas Chess Association
- Texas Commission on the Arts (Austin, TX)
- Texas Common Application
- Texas Cotton Association (Dallas, TX)
- Texas Counseling Association
- Texas Culinary Academy (Austin, Texas)
- The Capitalist Army (blog)
- The Catered Affair (Massachusetts)
- The Catholic Advocate
- The Catholic Answer (magazine)
Samples in periodicals archive:
9, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Florida voters should vote "Yes" on Amendments 6 and 8 this November, according to Manny Garcia-Tunon, Miami Chapter President of the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL).
The move to eliminate abortion access was supported by the Polish bishops' conference and some obstetricians and gynecologists from the Catholic Association of Polish Medical Doctors.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (C.
Joan Cronin of the Institute for Catholic Education, and Sharon McKeever of the Catholic Association of Religious and Family Life Educators of Ontario.
Carly Dickenson, aged 10, helped organise the party, which raised nearly pounds 100 for an appeal by the Catholic Association for Overseas Development.
He is to tell the Catholic Association for Racial Justice Congress, meeting in Roehampton, south west London: ``As Christians and Catholics we have a special responsibility to work for the transformation of attitudes in our homes,our workplaces and in our communities which will render that term (institutional racism) an anachronism.
According to the Catholic association in North Korea, some 3,000 Catholics live in North Korea, but there have been no priests, nuns, brothers or seminarians since the 1950-53 Korean War.