Daniel Morrison joining Xavier Society for the Blind’s Board of Directors

NEW YORK—Xavier Society for the Blind is pleased to announce that Daniel Morrison has joined its Board of Directors. Mr. Morrison is the founder of the Morrison Law Firm, P.C., which provides litigation services and counsel to clients in New York and Connecticut. He holds degrees from Haverford College, and the Fordham University School of Law.

Born and raised in Yonkers, NY, Dan resides in Westport, CT with his wife of 30 years, Catherine. They are parishioners of Assumption Church in Westport.

Dan is an active alumnus of Fordham Law School, having served as President of the Westchester/Putnam Chapter of the Fordham Law School Alumni Association. Additionally, he is a member of the Fordham Law School Small to Midsize Firm Dean’s Advisory Council. An active member of the New York State Bar Association Dan has served as Co-Chair of the Environmental Insurance Committee.

About Xavier Society for the Blind:
With an existing catalog of over 1,400 braille and audio titles, Xavier Society for the Blind provides inspirational, spiritual and religious reading materials in braille, audio and large print to the blind and visually impaired community of faithful free of charge, including:

• Monthly readings, prayers and responses for the Sunday Mass and selected Feast Days and Solemnities
• Faith formation textbooks for children and adults
• Many popular titles related to the Catholic Church, religion, and spiritual themes