Apostolat Militaire International (AMI)
International Military Apostolate
Apostolado Militar Internacional
1965 Santiago de Compostela Spain
1965, Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Statutes adopted Jun 1984, Bad Honnef (Germany FR). Recognized by the Holy See, 1985, as an international Roman Catholic Organization (ICO). Previously also referred to as International Military Apostolate -- Apostolado Militar Internacional.
Promote joint reflection on the principles and values of Christians employed in the armed forces; promote Christian values within the military life and mission; foster understanding and fulfil the military mission as a mission for peace, freedom and human rights.
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General Assembly (annual). Presidency, consisting of President, 2 Vice Presidents and Secretary-General. General Secretariat, including Ecclesiastical Assistant and Treasurer.
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