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The International Alliance of Catholic Knights (IACK) is a non-governmental organization made up of fifteen Roman Catholic fraternal orders from 27 countries on six continents. The IACK was founded in Glasgow on 12 October 1979 at a meeting of the leaders of six fraternal societies, convened on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of the Knights of Saint Columba. The organization is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.

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  • Die International Alliance of Catholic Knights (IACK) (Internationale Allianz Katholischer Ritter) ist eine internationale Ritterverbindung in der Römisch-katholischen Kirche. Sie ist vom Päpstlichen Rat für die Laien als eine Vereinigung von Gläubigen anerkannt. (de)
  • The International Alliance of Catholic Knights (IACK) is a non-governmental organization made up of fifteen Roman Catholic fraternal orders from 27 countries on six continents. The IACK was founded in Glasgow on 12 October 1979 at a meeting of the leaders of six fraternal societies, convened on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of the Knights of Saint Columba. The organization is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. The IACK is currently an associate member of the . The CICO is made up of 36 member organizations, four associated organizations and four invited organizations. These international organizations of more than 150 million lay people, through their respective national branches, are present in more than 150 countries. (en)
  • Aliança Internacional dos Cavaleiros Católicos (IACK, em inglês: International Alliance of Catholic Knights), organização de leigos católicos surgida em 1979 por iniciativa dos presidentes das ordens de cavalaria católicas da Inglaterra, Estados Unidos, Irlanda, Austrália, África do Sul e Nova Zelândia. Em 2006 contava com quinze ordens presentes em vinte países. (pt)
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  • IACK (en)
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  • 1979-10-12 (xsd:date)
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  • Leaders of six fraternal societies, convened on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of the Knights of Saint Columba (en)
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  • Ubi Caritas Et Amor (en)
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  • International Alliance of Catholic Knights (en)
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  • Die International Alliance of Catholic Knights (IACK) (Internationale Allianz Katholischer Ritter) ist eine internationale Ritterverbindung in der Römisch-katholischen Kirche. Sie ist vom Päpstlichen Rat für die Laien als eine Vereinigung von Gläubigen anerkannt. (de)
  • Aliança Internacional dos Cavaleiros Católicos (IACK, em inglês: International Alliance of Catholic Knights), organização de leigos católicos surgida em 1979 por iniciativa dos presidentes das ordens de cavalaria católicas da Inglaterra, Estados Unidos, Irlanda, Austrália, África do Sul e Nova Zelândia. Em 2006 contava com quinze ordens presentes em vinte países. (pt)
  • The International Alliance of Catholic Knights (IACK) is a non-governmental organization made up of fifteen Roman Catholic fraternal orders from 27 countries on six continents. The IACK was founded in Glasgow on 12 October 1979 at a meeting of the leaders of six fraternal societies, convened on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of the Knights of Saint Columba. The organization is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. (en)
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  • International Alliance of Catholic Knights (en)
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  • Aliança Internacional dos Cavaleiros Católicos (pt)
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