Holy Name elects two to national leadership

The Holy Name Society elected two Baltimore men to the national office at its national convention in Philadelphia on Sept. 8.
William Harris Jr., a parishioner of Our Lady of the Fields, Millersville, and president of the Baltimore Holy Name Society, was elected second vice president, and James Mannion from Our Lady of Fatima, Baltimore, who has served as recording secretary in Baltimore for the past decade, was elected third vice president.
Both men will focus on the 2011 convention, which will be held in Baltimore and will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Holy Name Society.
Mr. Harris, who has initiated a program to get youths involved in Holy Name, said, “My goal and hope is that I can have the same success on a national level.”

Catholic Review

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