But this was ruled out by the new governing body of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, who own the land and the buildings of the school.
What does CFC stand for?
CFC stands for Congregation of Christian Brothers (religious order)
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- Component Finance Center
- Compressed Fibre Cement
- Comptoir Français Commercial (French liquor company)
- Computers for Charity (UK)
- Computers for Children
- Conceptual Foundations of Computing (course)
- Condition Féminine Canada (Status of Women Canada)
- Conditions for Coverage (Medicare; US DHHS)
- Connection Fee Charge
- Conseco Finance Corp.
- Conseil Francophone de la Chanson (French: Francophone Song Council; Canada)
- Conseiller en Formation Continue (French: Continuing Education Advisor)
- Conselho Federal de Contabilidade (Brazil)
- Conservative Financial Counselors, LLC
- Consolidated Facility Charge
- Consolidated Freight Classification
- Consolidated Freightways Corp. (Delaware)
- Consorci Forestal de Catalunya (Catalan: Forestry Consortium of Catalonia; Catalonia, Spain)
Samples in periodicals archive:
St Mary's College was established as a boys school in 1919 by the Irish Congregation of Christian Brothers.
and a member of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, has directed the Office of Black Ministry since November 1995.
The Congregation of Christian Brothers, formerly referred to as the Irish Christian Brothers, are a teaching order with about 2,000 vowed members worldwide, including about 350 brothers in the United States.
Iona College is a private, co-educational institution of learning in the tradition of American Catholic higher education founded in 1940 by the Congregation of Christian Brothers.
The event also marked the 80th anniversary of the opening of the College by the Congregation of Christian Brothers A team of runners from Christ the King centre for learning, in Huyton, have raised hundreds of pounds for charity.
The Congregation of Christian Brothers who first took charge of the college in the 19th Century will remain trustees.
The solicitor also claimed his client had been prejudiced by virtue of the extensive media coverage given to allegations of sexual assault against the Congregation of Christian Brothers generally and at Artane in particular.