Kim Daniels '94 Named Spokeswoman for President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

From the National Catholic Register:

A Princeton-educated laywoman and lawyer who has focused on religious-liberty issues and training Catholics on how to speak about Church teachings in the public arena has been named to the newly created position of spokeswoman for the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York.

Kim Daniels, 45, joins the USCCB from Catholic Voices USA, which she helped found and where she until recently served as a director. Catholic Voices USA works to “bring the positive message of the Church across a broad range of issues to the public square,” according to the USCCB press release announcing Daniels’ new position.

A mother of six, Daniels lives in the Washington Archdiocese with her husband, David Daniels, who is also a lawyer. She has a law degree from the University of Chicago.

“I’ll be doing a few things,” Daniels said. “I’ll be helping draft messages for the bishops on priority issues, being available to respond to the press when needed, and helping draft op-eds and other communications as well.”

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