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Welcome to CCFM:
The Conference for Catholic Facility Management
We seek to contribute to the effectiveness and strength of our Church by providing professional training, continuing education, networking, and advocating the highest standards of work and professionalism for all members.
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Thank you to all that attended the Conference
in Beautiful Phoenix, Arizona!
Check out our photos and videos from the conference if you missed anything! !
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Statistics
We have grown to include 107 Diocese, 32 Religious Institutes, and 1 Prefecture.
As of 2016, we have 76 Companies! Please sign in to view all our amazing members!

Conferences

Conferences

Our annual conferences provide our members with knowledge and information concerning facility management.
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Discussion Board

Discussion Board

If you’re already a member you can view discussions on facility management and more via the discussion board!
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About

Learn more about the Conference for Catholic Facility Management by reading our mission statement and viewing past conferences. Click here to learn more about CCFM!

Mission

To provide a forum and a network for persons having responsibility
for diocesan or religious-owned buildings and/or properties.

To promote the spiritual and personal growth of its member representatives in their special ministry of serving the Church.

To foster the professional development of each member representative
through the sharing of the knowledge and experience of all.

To contribute to the effectiveness
and growth of the Church.

CCFM news

A Glimpse of Heaven

Take a look at this beautiful mosaic dome that was recently completed. St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Austin, Texas recently completed a decade long project! The pastoral associate along with 10 parishioners spearheaded the project and CCFM member, Rohn… Read More

What the World Needs Now

From Dave Prada, the Miami Diocese, comes this article on their youngest member of the diocese, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church and her blessed dedication. ┬áIt’s a beautiful church, having emerged from the Blessed Trinity Mission Church, and centered… Read More

Architectural Review Feature

In the recent issue of Architectural Review, the featured projects were focused on building and renovation of worship spaces. The fourth one down is St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Germany, but there are many others equally interesting. So, click here… Read More

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