Established in 1921, the Catholic Library Association is an international membership organization, providing its members professional development through educational and networking experiences, publications, scholarships, and other services. The Catholic Library Association coordinates the exchange of ideas, provides a source of inspirational support and guidance in ethical issues related to librarianship, and offers fellowship for those who seek, serve, preserve, and share the word in all its forms.
Before I left work yesterday, I received an email from Dr. Darnton. He is unable to present at the convention. His schedule is packed, no wonder we do the Jerome Award two years in advance.
Sr. Jean suggested a CLW reviewer and one who has published a book about Dorothy Day and is in the Boston area, should I contact him?
I received an email from Fr. Sheehan requesting the times I'll be available next week. He would like more information. I look forward to chatting with him.
That's it for now, have a great weekend.