What is CACI?
Catholic Alumni Clubs International (CACI) is an association of more than 20 Catholic Alumni Clubs located throughout the United States.
What is a Catholic Alumni Club?
A Catholic Alumni Club (CAC) is a local organization of single Catholic professional men and women. Each CAC provides a friendly setting for Catholic singles to meet and develop friendships with other Catholic singles at a variety of enjoyable, interesting, and fulfilling activities.
For a list of all CAC's, go to the Local Clubs Page.
CACI exists to:
- Encourage the development of local CAC's.
- Facilitate communication between local clubs.
- Represent the interests of single Catholics at a national level.
- Host the annual National Convention, where over 150 CAC members gather at a prominent North American location to enjoy tours, sporting events, dinner-dances, liturgies, seminars, and parties.
Catholic Alumni Clubs are grouped into three Regions: Eastern, Midwestern, and Western. Regions sponsor Regional Weekends during the year, where members of a number of local clubs join each other in the Weekend's festivities.