Catholic Conference of Korea
The Catholic Conference of Korea (CCK) was established by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Korea (CBCK) on January 11, 1952, as the central publishing house, in order to carry out Church’s mission by printed materials on the national level.
List of Secretaries General
Board of Directors of the CCK
1. Chairman: Most Rev. Hyginus Kim Hee-joong, Archbishop of Gwangju
3. Directors: Most Rev. Gabriel Chang Bong-hun, Bishop of Cheongju
1. Office of Administration
2. Office of Communications
April 5-8, 1949:
At the CBCK Autumn General Assembly held from October 15 to 19, Rev. Lee Jong-heung was appointed as Secretary General of the CCK and the CBCK.