Four new leadership teams 2014 -2015

During the past few months four new leadership teams have been appointed, each one following a time of reflection and discernment on the new ways of functioning that were suggested at the General Chapter 2013. An appropriate form of leadership for each individual situation emerged and each group have committed themselves to live it out in a spirit of collaboration with others during the next three years.

Sylvie Outekelek continues as Vice-Provincial in Cameroon. The Team Members are Beatrice Abega and Lydie Ndongo Andela. The mandate of the new team began in December 2014. 
Photo below L-R: Lydie, Sylvie and Béatrice.

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Celina Wong continues as Province Leader in Malaysia. The Team Members are Mary Agnes Pereira, co-ordinator for the elderly sisters, Elaine Wong, co-ordinator for formation and Rosalind Tan, co-ordinator for administration. Their mandate began in January 2015. 
Photo below L-R: Celina, Mary Agnes, Ros and Elaine

Celina, Mary Agnes, Ros and Elaine

Zulema Condori Llanos is the new District Co-ordinator in Bolivia.  Her mandate began in February 2015.
Photo below: Zulema.

Zulema Condori Llanos

Maria Lau is Province Leader in Singapore. The Team Members are Joan Tay and Sai Kim Kang.
Their mandate began in February 2015.
Photo below L-R: Maria, Joan and Sai Kim.

Singapore Leadership Team: Maria, Joan and Sai Kim

This wish, used during the Service of Light marking the new Leadership Team in Singapore, might be prayed for all the Leadership Teams of the Institute:

May the light of your soul bless your service
with love and warmth of heart.
May you see in what you do the beauty of your soul.
May the sacredness of your work bring light and renewal
to those who work with you and to those who see and receive your work.
May your work never exhaust you.
May it release wellsprings of refreshment,inspiration and excitement.
May the day never burden you.
May dawn find hope in your heart,
approaching your new day with dreams, possibilities and promises.
May evening find you gracious and fulfilled.
May you go into the night blessed,
sheltered and protected.
May your soul calm, console and renew you.
                                                                               (after John O’Donohue)

Published on: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 19:19:15 GMT

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