One could add lay organizations that claim to care about our American church, from the Knights of Columbus and Legatus to the National Council of Catholic Women and Call to Action.
What does NCCW stand for?
NCCW stands for National Council of Catholic Women
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We have 16 other meanings of NCCW in our Acronym Attic
- National Council of Concerned Volunteers (Philippines)
- Non-Clathrin-Coated Vesicle
- Newport County Convention and Visitors Bureau (Newport, RI)
- Northern Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau (Ohio)
- Northern California Collegiate Volleyball League
- North Central Conference of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (Illinois)
- Nasr Company for Civil Works (Egypt; stock symbol)
- National Chiropractic Care Week (Chiropractors' Association of Australia)
- National Council for Child Welfare (Sudan, Africa)
- National Council for Conservation of Wildlife (Pakistan)
- Noncontact Cooling Water
- Northern California Center for Well-Being (Santa Rosa, CA)
- National Convention Convening Work Committee (Myanmar)
- National Commission for Child Welfare and Development (Ministry of Social Welfare and Special Education; Pakistan)
- North Coast County Water District (Pacifica, CA)
- Non-Core Competencies Working Group
- North Carolina Center for Women in Public Service (Raleigh, NC)
- Nuclear Component Cooling Water System
- National Conference for College Women Student Leaders
- Northern California Club Xterra
Samples in periodicals archive:
A chapter on Catholic Action relates the varied causes of social action undertaken by laypeople, including those involved in the Catholic worker movement, the Holy Name Society, the National Council of Catholic Women, and other social justice groups.
1924: The American National Council of Catholic Women started a campaign for modest dress.
Montana's Julie French says talking and listening to an East Coast conservative who is also active in the National Council of Catholic Women helped them both.
He had already given a significant talk to the National Council of Catholic Women subcommittee on inter-American relations ("Spiritual Bonds Between the Americas") in 1946.
This diocesan program--modeled after a respite program designed by the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), which is headquartered in Washington, D.
The president of the National Council of Catholic Women reacted sharply to the May 31 federal court decision that threw out part of a law aimed at keeping children away from pornography on the Internet.
Last April," said meeting cochair Annette Kane, executive director of the National Council of Catholic Women, "dozens of these Catholic organizations met to devise a Way to show to the church how broad-based the Catholic commitment is to its social mission.