Arthur J. Delaney has been appointed Chapter Coordinator of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. In this role, Delaney will supervise all chapter presidents across the nation and will oversee the development of new chapters; he will report to the league’s vice president, Bernadette Brady.
Delaney will work from his home office in Philadelphia but will be tenured as a staff member of the national headquarters. He will remain in charge of the Greater Philadelphia/South Jersey chapter of the league.
Catholic League president William Donohue had this to say about Delaney’ s new status:
“Anyone who knows Art Delaney knows him as a thoughtful and committed Catholic. He is just right for this job and we expect that the chapters will develop stronger than ever under his tutelage. He is a welcome addition to the national office.”