Riunione delle Opere per l'Aiuto alle Chiese Orientali (ROACO)
Assembly of Organizations for Aid to the Eastern Churches
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1968, by E-XK0288 - Congregation for the Oriental Churches (CO), within the framework of F-XF8042 - Administrative Hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church.
Promote an exchange of information, ideas and plans concerning the general situation and needs of the peoples and churches in the countries concerned; promote practical collaboration among the Congregation and institutions and funding agencies which operate in favour of these peoples and churches.
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Session (twice a year, usually Jan and June, always in Vatican), comprising Officers (President, Vice-President, Secretary) and representatives of funding agencies, and may also include staff of the Congregation for the Eastern Churches, representatives of agencies of the Holy See, agencies of ROACO and special invitees. Secretariat and Presidency of Assembly assured by CO. Steering Committee (meets twice a year, before ROACO session), comprising 8 organizations as members.
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