Those present included the Cardinal, Sr Marianne O'Connor, director general of the Conference of Religious of Ireland, and representatives of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Sisters of St Louis, Sisters of Mercy and Sisters of Nazareth.
What does CORI stand for?
CORI stands for Conference of Religious of Ireland (est. 1983)
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We have 20 other meanings of CORI in our Acronym Attic
- Committee on Research Grants (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council; Canada)
- Confederation of Registered Gas Installers (now Council for Registered Gas Installers; UK)
- Council for Registered Gas Installers (formerly Confederation of Registered Gas Installers; UK)
- Couple of Really Ghastly Individuals.
- Council of Organisations Registering Homeopaths (UK)
- Central Ohio Reining Horse Association (est. 1988)
- Central Oregon Regional Housing Authority
- Consortium of Reproductive Health Associations (est. 1995; Ethiopia)
- Centre for Ocean Research and Information (Vietnam)
- Clinical Outcomes Research Initiative (advancing endoscopy to enhance patient care)
- Contracting and Organizations Research Institute (University of Missouri - Columbia)
- Conventional Operational Readiness Inspection
- Criminal Offender Record Information (Massachusetts)
- Criminal Offense Record Investigation
- Conférence en Recherche d'Information et Applications
- Commission on Research in Black Education
- Committee for Oversight of Research Involving the Dead
- Central Oregon Resources for Indepedent Living (Bend, OR)
- Cooperative Online Repository of Information Literacy (Ontario, Canada)
- Committee of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement (political group; est. 1984)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Elizabeth Maxwell, secretary-general of the Conference of Religious of Ireland.
Sister Elizabeth Maxwell of the Conference of Religious of Ireland agreed numbers were falling, but that makes little difference to the role sisters have to play.
Director General of the Conference of Religious of Ireland [CORI], Sr Marianne O'Connor, said religious institutions were not the only ones in the wrong.
The Conference of Religious of Ireland apologised "unreservedly for the hurt and pain".
But the damning report by the Conference of Religious of Ireland (CORI) also claimed racism, discrimination and social exclusion problems are just as bad.
The Conference of Religious of Ireland published a new report, revealing more than 900,000 people cope with sub-standard living conditions, most on less than EUR200 a week.
The gap between rich and poor has widened further and inequality in the distribution of income in the country continues to rise, according to the Conference of Religious of Ireland (CORI).