International Confederation Apostolic Union of Clergy

Confederazione Internazionale Unione Apostolica del Clero (UACI)

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1862-08-26 Paris France


26 Aug 1862, Paris (France), as Apostolic Union of Secular Presbyters -- Unione Apostolica dei Presbiteri Secolari -- Unionis Apostolicae Sacerdotum Saecularium. Received first Pontifical recognition, 31 May 1880; further Pontifical recognition by Pope Benedict XI and denomination as Apostolic Union of Diocesan Presbyters -- Unione Apostolica dei Presbiteri Diocesani, 17 Apr 1921. Name changed to Apostolic Union of Clergy -- Union apostolique du clergé -- Unione Apostolica del Clero (UAC) in 1975. Most recent recognition and present name adopted, 18 Oct 1995, when recognized by the Italian state. Recent statutes recognized by Clergy Congregation, 9 Apr 1998; updated 2007.


As an association of diocesan ordained ministers (bishops, presbyters and deacons) in the diocesan presbytery: help one another in acquiring personal sanctification for an efficient exercise of their ministry and to live in fraternal communion our diocesan spirituality proper of the diocesan clergy; help ordained ministers.


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International Assembly (every 5 years, in Rome, Italy). Organized in 3 levels: (1) International level - International Confederation of Diocesan Unions of Clergy, Rome (Italy) and including International President, International Treasurer, International Secretary, Seat Director and International Council; (2) different Catholic dioceses Unions with Diocesan Director, Diocesan Treasurer and Secretary; (3) national level - Unions create a national AUC with Treasurer, national Secretary and Councillors.


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