UNUM OMNES International Council of Catholic Men (ICCM)
Fédération internationale des hommes catholiques (FIHC)
Federación Internacional de los Hombres Católicos
Internationale Vereinigung Katholischer Männer
1948-09-19 Lourdes France
Founded on the initiative of 'Italian Union of Men of Catholic Action' and in conjunction with similar associations from other countries. Statutes approved by the Holy See, 1951. New statutes approved by the Holy See, 1978.
Help men realize their potential in life as Catholics; encourage them to assume their rightful role in the church and society; promote family as a source of human life and the sphere of their responsibility and action; promote establishment of, and dialogue between, catholic men organizations; promote relations with national and international organizations; represent hopes and expectations of men in all fields of life.
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General Assembly (normally every 3 years); Executive Committee; Secretariat in Rome (Italy).
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