Baltimore women to lead Mission Helpers

The Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart elected three Baltimore women to their four-person leadership team.

The team will direct missions in the United States, Puerto Rico and Venezuela.

Sister Loretta Cornell, who was a member of St. Matthew, Northwood, before joining the Mission Helpers in 1982, is the president-elect; she’ll serve a four-year term. Sister Delores “Dolly” Glick, a member of St. Benedict, Baltimore, before joining the Mission Helpers, will be the vice president. Sister Elizabeth “Liz” Langmead, from St. Charles Borromeo, Pikesville, will be a field advisor.

In addition to her work with the Mission Helpers, Sister Loretta has served as a pastoral assistant at Our Lady of Fatima, Baltimore, and as a campus minister at The Seton Keough High School, Baltimore. She earned a bachelor’s degree at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Baltimore, and a master’s degree from Fordham University.

Sister Dolly holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Loyola College in Maryland and has been managing the Mission Helper Center in Baltimore.

Sister Liz, who has a bachelor’s degree from Towson University and a master’s degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola College in Maryland, Baltmore, will be a field adviser.

Sister Clare Walsh, from Wakefield, Mass., will serve as the other field adviser.

The Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart, founded in 1890 in Baltimore, serve parishes, hospitals, nursing homes, college campuses and social services.

Catholic Review

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