Intercontinental Christian Fraternity of People with Disabilities (Frater)
Fraternité chrétienne intercontinentale de personnes avec handicap (Frater)
Fraternidad Cristiana Intercontinental de Personas con Discapacidad (Frater)
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1944, Verdun (France), by Henri François. Also referred to as Christian Fraternity of the Sick and the Handicapped -- Fraternité chrétienne des malades et handicapés. Became international in 1957. Name changed, 1981 to Catholic Fraternity of the Ill and the Infirm -- Fraternité Catholique des Malades et des Handicapés (FCMH). Also known as Fraternité chrétienne intercontinentale des personnes malades et handicapées (FCIPMH).Available with paid subscription only.
Teams of ill and infirm members place themselves at the service of the community.
Members in 28 countries
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