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Society Honors Sharon Euart at 77th Annual Meeting

Monday, October 26, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Colleen Crawford
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The Canon Law Society of America is pleased to announce its 2015 recipient of the prestigious Role of Law Award, Sr. Sharon A. Euart, R.S.M.

A Past CLSA President and former Executive Coordinator of the Society, Sr. Sharon was honored at the 77th Annual Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for her tremendous contributions to the field of canon law and to the service of the Society. Please click here to read President Michael Souckar's citation, and here to read Sr. Sharon's response.



(Clockwise, from left) Rev. Msgr. Michael Souckar, President of the Canon Law Society of America, presents Sr. Sharon Euart, R.S.M., with the Role of Law Award, and congratulates Euart after she delivers her response at the 77th Annual Convention.(Bottom) Euart  joins previous recipients of the Role of Law Award for a photo.


Each year the Canon Law Society of America presents its distinguished Role of Law Award to an individual considered to be outstanding in the field of canonical science.  The By-Laws of the Society directs the Board of Governors to select a person who demonstrates in his or her life and legal practice the following characteristics:  Embodiment of pastoral attitude, commitment to research and study, participation in the development of law, response to needs or practical assistance, facilitation of dialogue and the interchange of ideas within the Society and with other groups. These qualifications are a concise re-statement of the constitutionally-expressed purposes of the Society.

Please join the CLSA in extending sincere congratulations and gratitude to Sr. Sharon!

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