Differences like these--many of which go beyond the debate over whether abortion should be legal or illegal--make working together nearly impossible, says Frances Kissling, president of Catholics for a Free Choice.
What does CFFC stand for?
CFFC stands for Catholics For a Free Choice
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- Corning Fire Fighters Association
- Cracked Foundation for the Fine Arts
- Crested Fowl Fanciers Association
- Continuous-Flow Fast Atom Bombardment (acid analysis method)
- Coconut Farmers Food Access Program (Philippines)
- Center for Food and Agricultural Research
- Centre for Family Business (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
- Cage Fury Fighting Championships (mixed martial arts)
- Canadian Food for Children (Langley, BC, Canada)
- Carbon Fiber Full Composite
- Central Florida Freethought Community (Oviedo, FL)
- Choirboy Forever, Forever Choirboy (Choir Boys Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club)
- Christian Faith Fellowship Church (various locations)
- Christian Forever, Forever Christian
- Classic Formula Ford Competition (Germany)
- Club Ferroviaire de Franche-Comté (French railway club)
- Commander, US Fleet Forces Command
- Counter-Flow Film Cooling
- Crossfire Fighting Clan (gaming)
- Cult Forever Forever Cult (band)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New Times; volunteers for Catholics for a Free Choice, Canada.
On World AIDS Day 2001 Catholics for a Free Choice launched a global campaign against the Catholic bishops' ban on condoms.
based Catholics for a Free Choice (CFFC) tracked 84 mergers between 1990 and 1997 of Catholic and non-Catholic hospitals.
Catholics for a Free Choice cites the example of Jenni Zehr, who in 1988 went to Sacred Heart General Hospital, a Catholic hospital in Eugene, Oregon, to give birth.
The survey by Catholics for a Free Choice found that 62 percent of dioceses have informal policies on the matter and only a handful of dioceses have actually taken the step of announcing that communion will be denied to pro-choice Catholics.