More USCCB Election News

This article appears in the USCCB Fall 2014 feature series. View the full series.

The USCCB elected two new board members for CLINIC, the Catholic Legal Immigration Network. Bishop Edgar deCunha of Fall River won on the first ballot, and Bishop Martin Holley, auxiliary of Washington, won on a tie breaker, over Bishop Anthony Taylor of Little Rock, by a margin of 52% to 48%. 

For election to the board of directors of Catholic Relief Services, the five members elected were Archbishop George Lucas of Omaha, Bishop Kevin Rhoades of Ft. Wayne-South Bend, Bishop Ed Burns of Juneau, Bishop Felipe Estevez of St. Augustine, and Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami.  

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