Daniel Lunney named executive director of Catholic AIDS network
Published: January 2, 2004
CHICAGO (CNS) -- The board of directors of the National Catholic AIDS Network has appointed Daniel T. Lunney as executive director of the network, now based in Chicago. Lunney has served the network in various capacities, including Web editor, annual conference staff member and interim executive director. He also has worked as a chaplain at several Illinois health facilities; as an intern for Network, a Catholic social justice lobby in Washington; and in world mission services for the Diocese of Green Bay, Wis. Lunney succeeds Father Rodney DeMartini, founding executive director, who is a priest of the Diocese of Santa Rosa, Calif., and is now on a sabbatical.
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