PACEM

AcronymDefinition
PACEMPacific Academy of Ecclesiastical Music (San Diego, CA)
PACEMPeople and Congregations Engaged in Ministry (Virginia)
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The new capabilities allow Pacem to expand into emerging markets such as the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the Middle East and Africa (ME and A), East Europe, and Asia.
Mike Quesenberry's experience in the ammunition industry, at distinctly different facilities and in multiple functional disciplines, positions him to lead the Pacem Defense team in Perry, FL.
The encyclical Pacem in terris (1963) of Pope John XXIII is a turning point in this process.
Didn't Pacem in Terris, John XXIII's encyclical on human rights and peace, qualify human rights with an all-encompassing list of duties (28-33)?
Since 1963's Pacem in Terris (On Peace) the church has rejected the use of nuclear weapons--indiscriminate weapons of mass human and ecological destruction--as morally indefensible.
David Hart Dona Nobis Pacem Three Choirs Festival at Gloucester Cathedral .....
Guests will include representatives and leaders from Wilmington City Council, Delaware Center for Justice, Pacem In Terris, Peaceweek Delaware, the Office of Senator Chris Coons, Westside Family Healthcare, Accelerate Delaware, West End Neighborhood House, and Delaware Difference Makers, as well as past and present leaders from the Wilmington Jaycees Chapter.
Zimmerman" and "Si vis pacem, para bellum", a Latin adage translated as, "If you want peace, prepare for war."
(12) In Pacem et Terris, John XXIII said that "in our time the common good is chiefly guaranteed when personal rights and duties are maintained." (13) The idea of social justice is a cross, one could argue, between general justice and distributive justice.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) approved a $112.5m loan in an Economic Competitiveness Support Programme (PACEM) to support the competitiveness of the Moroccan economy.
She negotiated the exposed tessitura of the beautiful Act I a cappella "Dona nobis pacem" with formidable vocal ease and opulence.