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Commission Members Named to Coordinate Constitutions Review in Atlanta and New York Territories

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Father John Connor, LC, territorial director-Atlanta, and Father Julio Marti, LC, territorial director-New York, have named the members of the commissions for their respective territories that will coordinate input during the review of the Legion’s constitutions.

The appointments followed consultation with all the Legionaries of each territory, and are as follows:

Atlanta Territory:
• Fr. Robert Presutti, LC (Head)
• Fr. Thomas Moylan, LC
• Fr. Daniel Massick, LC
• With Fr. Paul Moreau, LC as secretary

New York Territory:
• Fr John Bartunek, LC (Head)
• Fr Owen Kearns, LC
• Fr José Antonio Alonso, LC
• With Fr Juan Sabadell, LC as secretary

The territorial commissions functions include making sure the relevant materials, which are prepared by the central commission under the guidance of the Papal Delegate, reach each community for their reflection and input. The territorial commissions also help resolve whatever practical problems arise as the process evolves, and make sure all the input from the separate communities is forwarded to the central commission in Rome.

As the review process moves forward during the next three years, any Legionary who so desires may also send in suggestions directly to their territorial commission or its individual members, or to the central commission or any of its members.



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