CFFC

AcronymDefinition
CFFCCatholics For a Free Choice
CFFCClub Ferroviaire de Franche-Comté (French railway club)
CFFCClassic Formula Ford Competition (Germany)
CFFCChristian Faith Fellowship Church (various locations)
CFFCCanadian Food for Children (Langley, BC, Canada)
CFFCCommander, US Fleet Forces Command
CFFCCarbon Fiber Full Composite
CFFCChristian Forever, Forever Christian
CFFCCult Forever Forever Cult (band)
CFFCChoirboy Forever, Forever Choirboy (Choir Boys Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club)
CFFCCounter-Flow Film Cooling
CFFCCage Fury Fighting Championships (mixed martial arts)
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However, CFFC embodied another Catholic constituency.
A one-million-dollar donor to CFFC is the Sunnen Foundation.
The following CFFC press release was circulated prior to World AIDS Day, December 1, 2003.
Perhaps the Vatican and the bishops in each individual country in the world should copyright this term, so CFFC cannot continue to use it.
In an interview with the National Catholic Register, Bill Buck, spokesman for the DNC, said that upon his examination of the CFFC Web site that anti-Catholicism was "not their stated policy.
Catholics for a Free Choice (CFFC), Second Chance Denied: Emergency Contraception in Catholic Hospital Emergency Rooms, Washington, DC: CFFC, 2002.
This agenda is embraced by such groups as Call to Action--the nation's oldest and largest, with 25,000 members and forty chapters; the gay rights group Dignity/USA; the Women's Ordination Conference; the reproductive rights groups CFFC and Catholics Speak Out; Corpus, which supports married and female priests; Women-Church Convergence, a coalition committed to feminist spirituality; and FutureChurch, which raises awareness of the priest shortage and of women's ministerial roles in the early and the contemporary Church.
The Vatican and the world's bishops bear significant responsibility for the death of thousands of people who have died from AIDS," stated Frances Kissling, president of CFFC, an advocacy organization of Catholics who disagree with Vatican positions on sexuality and reproduction.
CFFC is headed by Frances Kissling, who formerly operated two abortion clinics, and who continues as a militant spokesperson for the childkilling industry.
A quote from an article in Conscience by CFFC President Frances Kissling and Serra Sippel exemplifies the progressive side of Catholicism:
A total of 25 Catholic managed care plans--52% of the plans CFFC surveyed--are covering at least one form of contraception, while 23 plans (48%) are doing so for tubal ligations.
As with WOC and CFFC, the pull of Catholicism's historical roots, added to its global presence, assures the community's decision to practice Catholic liturgy.