New!! ACC’s Listening Session Template in a Season of Hope for Change in the Church
We are a grassroots movement of faithful Catholics, grounded in prayer and informed by the proceedings of the inaugural convening of the American Catholic Council in Detroit, Michigan, on Pentecost Weekend in June 2011. We are dedicated to exercising our baptismal rights and responsibilities as full participants in the mission and governance of the Church, in order to make it more just, inclusive, collegial and compassionate. To that end, we provide action-oriented educational, communication and project resources.
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Update on ACC Institute on Nonviolent Action & Church Reform
As we move forward and beyond the inaugural gathering of the ACC in Detroit on Pentecost Weekend in June 2011, we build on our past as we shape the future. The following documents from the past inform our developing mission: