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This profile was last updated on 4/19/14  and contains information from public web pages.

President

Company Description: The Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE) was founded in 1997. It is acknowledged by the Council of Europe as a Non Governmental Organisation...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President
    The European Federation of Catholic Family Associations
  • President
    French Catholic Family Associations Association
  • President
    Associations of French Catholic Families
  • President
    Federation of Catholic Family Associations
  • President of National Federation of Catholic Family Associations
    France

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
Antoine ...
www.fafce.org, 19 April 2014 [cached]
Antoine Renard
President
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Antoine Renard, CNAFC, France Vice Presidents
In an open letter to the ...
www.fafce.org, 14 April 2014 [cached]
In an open letter to the MEPs prior to the vote Antoine Renard, President of FAFCE, stated:
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Mr Renard explains that this is why the FAFCE has filed a collective complaint against Sweden: "We hope that our collective complaint against Sweden will raise international awareness of this lack of respect for the democratic procedure and for the fundamental right to freedom of conscience, there is no reason that Swedish medical staff should be deprived of a right laid down by several European human rights instruments".
asks FAFCE's President ...
www.fafce.org, 5 Mar 2013 [cached]
asks FAFCE's President Antoine Renard
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Antoine Renard, President of the French Catholic Family Associations (CNAFC) and of the European Federation of Catholic Family Associations (FAFCE), regrets the lack of will to listen to the civil society: "98% of the French parents of children under the age of 15 would primarily turn to families with a man-woman couple if they were themselves unable of taking care of their children in the case of death or serious illness[2]. Although the society accepts the relationships between two people of the same sex, the need for children to grow up with a father and a mother, or two adults of different sex in the case of orphans, remains a common understanding."
"Children are subjects of rights but their rights are excluded in the current proposal, a proposal that on the contrary reverses the hierarchy of rights: instead of taking into account the best interest of the child, this project introduces a 'right to a child'" states Mr Renard.
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On the eve of the demonstration "for all", against the legal proposal in Paris on 13 January where several hundred thousand people are expected, Mr Renard expresses his wishes for the French people: "I believe that our country crucially needs to stay united as we are facing the consequences of the economic and social crisis but rather than striving for unity, our Government pushes an issue that is clearly dividing our people.
France in a social revolution over Gay marriage Bill | The Way, Christianity without walls
theway.co.uk, 10 June 2013 [cached]
Antoine Renard, president of the Associations of French Catholic Families informed CBN News.
Renard added when asked if France was in a social revolution that the government wanted to build a new world without God.
"The message from France is the ...
www.catholicnews.com, 8 June 2013 [cached]
"The message from France is the campaign isn't over -- these laws rely on a big lie, and no lie can survive," said Antoine Renard, president of the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe. "Our own government has succeeded in its goal of dividing opinion in the Catholic Church, so the church's authorities need to be prudent. But there's a lot of teaching to be done, and I hope our pastors will provide it," he told Catholic News Service June 7.
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Renard said Catholic groups would step up their campaign against the law before municipal and European Parliament elections in early 2014 and would try to block the government's "gender-based reforms" in education and family life. "Although this law has been adopted, we can still fight against its application and pressure political parties to show stronger commitment," Renard said.
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