To counter that loss, he said, Catholics have to meet their lapsed brothers and sisters wherever they can, reaching out through new technology such as social media, peer-to-peer invitations in programs such as the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) and Theology on Tap, or simply knocking on doors.
What does FOCUS stand for?
FOCUS stands for Fellowship of Catholic University Students
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We have 62 other meanings of FOCUS in our Acronym Attic
- Fleet Oriented Consolidated Stock List
- Familial Ovarian Cancer Screening Study (UK)
- (Tm)(Information Builders) Focus Talk
- Friends of Central Texas Lacrosse
- First Ohio Credit Union
- Facility for Operations Control and Utilization Statistics
- Families Of Children Under Stress (support group for families of handicapped children in Atlanta, GA, USA)
- Families Overcoming under Stress (US Navy and University of California, Los Angeles)
- Family Outreach Center for Understanding Special Needs (Alaska)
- Federation on Computing in the United States
- Fiber Optic Communities of the United States
- Fiber-Optic Controlled Underwater Stereo (Vehicle)
- Financial and Operational Combined Uniform Single (SEC requirement)
- Financial Occupations Club for University Students
- Finding Original Creative Unique Solutions
- Finding Our Children Unconditional Support (Tennessee)
- Firefighters of Color United in Syracuse, Inc. (New York)
- Fisheries Oceanography Cooperative Users System
- Fixed Ongoing Concentration, Unlimited Success
- Flexible Optical Control Unit Simulator
Samples in periodicals archive:
[Be] warriors for the truth, missionaries of your faith, disciples of Jesus Christ," Chaput told members of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students conference.
Holahan runs campus ministry with another Paulist, a lay person and four lay missionaries from the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, known as FOCUS (see story on Page 15a).