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Oglala Sioux Leader, Maka Black Elk, Selected for FADICA's 2021 Catholic Leadership Award

Wednesday August 4, 2021 FADICA News
  Thursday July 29, 2021 (Washington, DC) – Maka Akan Najin Black Elk, a leader in Native American and Catholic education for truth, healing and reconciliation, has been unanimously selected by the FADICA Board of Directors as the recipient of the organization’s 2021 Distinguished Catholic Leadership Award. The Distinguished Catholic Leadership Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding initiative, a spirit of service and visionary leadership in contributing to the renewal...

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  • Oglala Sioux Leader, Maka Black Elk, Selected for FADICA's 2021 Catholic Leadership Award

    Wednesday August 4, 2021 FADICA News
      Thursday July 29, 2021 (Washington, DC) – Maka Akan Najin Black Elk, a leader in Native American and Catholic education for truth, healing and reconciliation, has been unanimously selected by the FADICA Board of Directors as the recipient of the organization’s 2021 Distinguished Catholic Leadership Award. The Distinguished Catholic Leadership Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding initiative, a spirit of service and visionary leadership in contributing to the renewal...

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Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota hosts Catholic environmental leader

Wednesday November 27, 2019 Member News
The Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota (CCF) hosted Tomás Insua, founder of the Global Catholic Climate Movement, whose mission is to “bring Laudato Si’ to life.” Anne Cullen Miller, president of CCF, told The Catholic Spirit that the foundation plans to highlight climate change in upcoming programs.

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FADICA member Tom Healey in Commonweal: How Bishops Can Restore Public Trust

Wednesday November 27, 2019 Member News
From the article: “Regaining the trust of the public means demonstrating the values of accountability, transparency, and co-responsibility—values that undergird successful leadership and management cultures across many sectors. This new culture and its values must be accompanied by measures that show how people and structures are performing, and steps for taking remedial action when those measures aren’t met.”

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