CCCB Offices Moving to New Location

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(CCCB - Ottawa) – As of December 10, 2002, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) will be located in new offices at 2500 Don Reid Drive in Ottawa.

The move to the new location will take place December 6-9 after more than 44 years at 90 Parent Avenue in downtown Ottawa. The offices will be closed during that period.

While the CCCB postal address will be changing, the current telephone and fax numbers and email addresses will remain the same.

The CCCB is the national assembly of the Bishops of Canada. It was founded in 1943 and officially recognized by the Holy See in 1948. The Conference provides ways for assisting the cardinals, archbishops and bishops of Canada in their many pastoral responsibilities and supports them in their work by providing resource persons and specialists in different areas such as ecumenism, theology, liturgy, social affairs, Christian education and communications. The CCCB involves itself in matters of national and international scope and provides the bishops a national forum where they can share their experience and insight on the life of the Church and the major events that shape our society.

The new coordinates for the CCCB will be:

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
2500 Don Reid Drive
Ottawa Ontario K1H 2J2
Tel: (613) 241-9461
Fax: General Secretariat (613) 241-9048/(613) 241-8117;
CCCB Publications (613) 241-5090
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For More information Contact:
Deacon William Kokesch
Director, Communications Service


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