National Catholic Alumni Federation
An association organized in New York City, 1 December 1924.
The necessity for such an organization was first advocated by the Saint Francis Xavier Alumni Association; the result of the first meeting of the committee was the federation, which was approved by Cardinal Hayes, 17 December 1924.
The purpose of the federation is to further the educational and intellectual ideals for the attainment of which Catholic colleges are rounded, and to uphold and advance the ideals of higher Catholic education.
New Catholic Dictionary