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New members named to National Review Board

Catholic World News - May 18, 2012

Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has named an attorney, a corporate executive, and a college president to the National Review Board.

The lay board, established in 2002, assists the USCCB in its efforts to prevent the sexual abuse of minors by priests and other Church workers.

The new members of the board are Kathleen Asdorian, a civil and canon lawyer who is president of a real estate company; Michael Montelongo, senior vice president of the food services company Sodexo; and Francesco Cesareo, president of Assumption College.

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