Welcome to CCFM:
The Conference for Catholic Facility Management
We seek to contribute to the effectiveness and strength of the Catholic Church by providing professional training, continuing education, networking, and by advocating the highest standards of work and professionalism for all our members.
Currently we have 120 arch/diocese members, 55 religious
order members.
There are over 90 corporate members on our business page.
Join this growing organization!
Save the Date!
24th Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland!
May 4-6, 2020 conference!

Testimonials

Our members have many great things to say about CCFM.

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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.

Thank you to our loyal Sponsors

CCFM news

Are you prepared?

That’s the question we are all asking ourselves after the disastrous fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris last April. Here’s a timely article to help you start asking the right questions. CCFM Notre-Dame blog

Summer-time is for the Bees

We all have bees and know we need bees, but they can present a problem.  Here’s how St. Peter’s Cathedral in Jackson, Mississippi, helped save the bees and their structure. The Cathedral of St. Peter was home to a… Read More

DeKalb, Illinois – St. Mary’s Parish

There were many challenges to replacing the roof of this historic church, including a steep pitch, total tear-off needed, weight factor for trusses, and non-ventilated ridge. Here’s the solution they found! Click here to read the article.

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