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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 5, 1969 Board of the Catholic Mutual Relief Society This is the Board of Trustees and executive officers of the Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America which met recently in Washington, D.C. His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher of Little Rock, is a member of the board He is pictured first on the left in the second row. Others are, first row, from the left, Thomas J. Hanrahan, vice president of operations; Bishop George L. Leech of Harrisburg, Pc.; Archbishop Daniel E. Sheehan of Omaha, new president of the society; Archbishop Gerald T. Bergan of Omaha, now retired; Archbishop Edward J. Hunkeler of Kansas City, Kan., now retired; Bishop Hilary B. Hacker of Bismarck, N. Dak.; and Francis Martin, vice president of administration Second row, Bishop Fletcher, Bishop Francis P. Leipzig of Baker, Ore.; Bishop Henry J Soouneker of Owensboro, Ky; Bishop Lambert A. Hoch of Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; Archbishop Francis J. Furey of San Antonio; Msgr. Edward P McCaslin, Society auditor, and Robert L. Berry, Society counsel. Third row, Bishop Joseph M. Mueller of Sioux City, In.; Bishop Joseph A Durick of Nashville, Tenn.; Bishop Richard H. Ackermam of Covington, Ky.; Bishop Thomas J. Drury of Corpus Christi, Tex.; Bishop Marion F. Forst of Dodge City, Kan.; Bishop Eldon B. Schuster of Great Falls, Mont.; Bishop John L. Morkovsky of Galveston-Houston, Tex.; and Bishop Sylvester W. Treinen of Boise, Idaho. Catholic Mutual is an 80 year old organization concerned with the temporal needs of the Catholic church. It presently serves more than 175 dioceses and religious orders. During the board meeting it was announced the Society has reached assets totaling more than $4-million. Dur- ing the year the Society will have processed more than 1,200 claims involving damaged church property in all parts of the country. The board was also given a report on the important role that Society played after Hurricane Camille. 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Sister Theresa Langfield, ector of the new program, its format follows the Papal unteers or Peace Corps The volunteers will live in c e I ib a t e communitieS, choose occupations related Franciscans' service in care, education or social Sister Theresa said. l "We believe there are mature young women who I like to devote a period of lives to serving others, whil ing in a Christian communitY, yet can't see their way a lifetime in a religious Sister Theresa said. The basic reason for the gram is "quite fr&akly womell believe many i: young looking for an experience of q munity living and for an op ity to serve she  others," The Wheaten Francischao,l:.., hospitals, a children's high sc.hoo!, elementary s.c Y. members doing special worK! social agencies and enga, inner-cities work Members and work in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and There also is a mission t Brazil "It's no secret that fewer Y  women are joining religious ,:: munities," Sister Theresa "We have fewer than we So why not welcome those will serve temporarily? life is changing rapidly. kind of community is being and growing. There will be A leus of women makingaper$ commitment to community lif. service These women will together with satellite coma ies of COMSERV Corps to mote the unity of all men." 4i The program is na m  themeCOMSERV'community an acronym II meaning service, l | Visit Our New Location sponse and vitality," she East 3rd & Rock  ed.  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