Association Our Lady of the Nations: Group of Catholic International Civil Servants
Association Notre-Dame des Nations: Groupe des fonctionnaires internationaux catholiques
Asociación Nuestra Señora de las Naciones: Grupo de Funcionarios Internacionales Católicos
1961, Geneva (Switzerland), as Catholic Group of International Organizations -- Groupe catholique des organisations internationales. In 1983 became Group of Catholic International Civil Servants (Group of our Lady of the Nations) -- Groupe des fonctionnaires internationaux catholiques (Groupe Notre-Dame des nations) -- Grupo de Funcionarios Internacionales Católicos (Grupo Nuestra Señora de las Naciones). Present name adopted 6 June 1989. Continues the work of Cercle catholique international which existed in Geneva prior to 1939. Registered in accordance with Swiss law. No recent activity reported since 1995.
Promote friendship and assistance links between Catholic international civil servants and the Catholic members of the diplomatic missions in Geneva (Switzerland), without excluding other believers of groups of believers.Available with paid subscription only.
The Group, composed of Catholics working for UN Agencies or diplomatic missions, meets every 1st Tuesday of the month to pray for peace and hold lunchtime discussions over worldwide problems of common interest.
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