International Diaconate Centre (IDC)
Centre international du diaconat
Centro Internationale del Diaconado
Internationales Diakonatszentrum (IDZ)
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1959 Germany FR
1959, Freiburg (Germany FR), as International Diaconate Circle -- Internationale Diakonatskreis, uniting diaconate groups which had been established from 1951 in a number of towns in Germany and other countries. International Information Centre set up 1965. Reorganized under current title, 1969. Transferred to Rottenburg (Germany) in 1992.
Animate the spirit of diaconia of Jesus Christ in a renewed diaconate through contemporary service for deacons ministering to suffering humanity in the Church and in society; offer ecumenical cooperation with diaconal and other Church communities.
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General Assembly (at least every 4 years). Delegate Assembly, comprising up to 15 internationally-representative individuals. Executive Board, comprising President, 2 Vice-Presidents (one must be a permanent Deacon), a Deacon's wife and Director. Advisors.
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