O'Gara also served as president of the North American Academy of Ecumenists and the Catholic Theological Society of America.
What does NAAE stand for?
NAAE stands for North American Academy of Ecumenists (Tampa, FL)
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We have 12 other meanings of NAAE in our Acronym Attic
- Nerve Agent Antidote Delivery System
- New Army Authorization Documents System
- North American Animal Disease Spread Model (disease spread simulation)
- Newham Action Against Domestic Violence (charity; UK)
- National Affiliation of Arts Educators Inc
- National Association for Adult Education
- National Association of Agriculture Educators
- National Association of Agriculture Employees (Barnum, MN)
- Nigerian Association of Agricultural Education
- Non-Audit Assurance Engagement (finance)
- National Association against the Exploitation of Children
- North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation
- North American Association for Environmental Education
- National Apartment Association Education Institute
- National Auctioneers Association Education Institute
- Nigerian American Agricultural Empowerment Programme (est. 2008)
- National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation
- National Alopecia Areata Foundation
- National Amateur Athletic Federation (est. 1922)
- Naval Auxiliary Air Facility (US Navy)
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The air was pleasantly crisp in Montreal for this Floridian when the North American Academy of Ecumenists gathered for its 2010 Annual Conference on the weekend of September 24-26.
During its annual September conference in 2008, the North American Academy of Ecumenists chose for its study a thematic title that touches the heart of the ecumenical movement: ecclesiology, Christology, and missiology, titled "One Church of Christ for the Sake of the World.
The North American Academy of Ecumenists was founded approaching forty years ago, in 1967, just three years after the Journal of Ecumenical Studies was launched, in 1964.
The 2005 conference of the North American Academy of Ecumenists will be held September 23-25 at the Bishop Malloy Passionist Retreat House in Jamaica Estates, NY.
The three essays that follow, on the topic of "New Starting Points in Ecumenical Peace Dialogue," were written by members of Historic Peace Churches--a Quaker, a Mennonite, and a member of the Church of the Brethren--for the annual meeting of the North American Academy of Ecumenists in September, 1999, held at Messiah College in Grantham, PA.
Of special interest to many was the recent joint declaration on justification between the Lutheran World Federation and the Roman Catholic Church--also the theme of the meeting of the North American Academy of Ecumenists in 2000.
Prefatory Remarks The North American Academy of Ecumenists (begun as the Association of Professors Teaching in Ecumenics) marked its fortieth anniversary as a professional body and the thirtieth anniversary of its association with the Journal of Ecumenical Studies in 1997.