NCCHM

AcronymDefinition
NCCHMNational Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry
NCCHMNemours Center for Children's Health Media
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Catholics of every race and language should heed the NCCHM's pledge and call to "work even closer with our bishops" as we struggle to value in word and deed both our unity and our diversity.
A major point of the conference was the establishment of a youth and young adult ministry track for the NCCHM. Aided by a grant from the Lilly Foundation, an ad hoc committee of 17 delegates had already met in New Orleans in late 1995.
Bishop Ricardo Ramirez of Las Cruces, N.M., episcopal moderator of NCCHM and a member of the Congregation of St.
executive director of the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry (NCCHM).
The endowment has asked National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministries -- NCCHM -- to continue developing the program.