He also served as a consultant for the Pope Paul VI Institute in Omaha, and for the Cardinal Kung Foundation in Connecticut.
What does CKF stand for?
CKF stands for Cardinal Kung Foundation (Stamford, CT)
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We have 14 other meanings of CKF in our Acronym Attic
- Cummins Komatsu Engine Company (Seymour, IN)
- Certified Knowledge Environment Engineer (trademark of eKnowledgeCenter)
- Camper Killer Elite Force (online gaming)
- Connecting Kids Education Foundation (est. 2012)
- Chatham-Kent Energy Inc. (Canada)
- Compact Kinetic Energy Missile (Army)
- Central Kansas Educational Opportunity Center (Great Bend, KS)
- Creatine Kinase Equilibrium Reaction
- Collaborative Knowledge Evolution Support System
- Canadian Kendo Federation (Stouffville, Ontario, Canada)
- Center for Economic Forecasting of Mexico (Philadelphia, PA)
- Centre de Karaté Français (French: French Karate Center)
- Chronic Kidney Failure
- Club Kafé Fashion (French nightclub)
- Coastal Kayak Fishing
- Core Knowledge Foundation (est. 1986; Charlottesville, VA)
- Covering Kids & Families (national health care program; 2000-2007)
- Czech Kendo Federation
- Canadian Kurdish Friendship Association
- Capla Kesting Fine Art (Brooklyn, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Aa "The situation is going from bad to worse," said Joseph Kung of the Cardinal Kung Foundation, a US-based Catholic activist group.
based Cardinal Kung Foundation announced that Auxiliary Bishop Leo Yao Liang of Xiwanzi and two priests were detained in separate incidents in March and April.
Separately, the Connecticut-based Cardinal Kung Foundation said Chinese troops arrested eight Catholic priests in Heibei province who belong to the underground church.
based Cardinal Kung Foundation announced that police had arrested two underground Roman Catholic priests on May 14 in Communist China's Hebei province.
based Cardinal Kung Foundation (NCR, April 5), which supports the underground Catholic church in China.