Rome  , May 2, 2019

With  joy we communicate  to you the four sisters that the   18th General Congregation has chosen   to collaborate with the General Superior.  They will share the function and the responsibility of governing   the Congregational Body in a way that would preserve and promote  its well being and way of proceeding. They are the following :

Sônia Regina Rosa.  

She  belongs  to the province of  Brazil- Caribe. At present she is the  provincial delegate for schools and other educative works  and has worked as coordinator of strategic planning and animation of the  charism in schools and other presences. In her congregational life journey  , she had different responsibilities in the province. She was a local superior, Directress of a school  and a coordinator of the support commission in schools of the provincial government.  She was the   provincial consultor  from 2004 to 2008 and  the provincial superior   from 2008 to 2011 . With the   reconfiguration of the provinces , she then  became the provincial superior of Brazil- Caribe province  from 2011 to 2017.

She  is an  enthusiastic person   with a great sense of  humor, courageous in facing  challenges, creative and open-minded.

 Mª Teresa Pinto Terradillos.

She   belongs  to the province  of Spain – Italy.  At present she is the  local superior of the  community in Burgos, Spain  and the  coordinator  of the commission  of the Family of Mother  Candida.  In  her Congregational  life, she has been  a superior in many instances.   She was the consultor of the Province  of Spain ( Centro ) from 2001 to 2005 and later  became the Provincial Superior from 2005 to 2008.  She was also a provincial consultor of the Province  of Spain during the Unification from 2008 to 2011 and  the provincial superior from 2013 to 2016. She  has worked in    the schools and in the  area of pastoral ministry.

Teresa  was born  on March 11, 1963 in  Salamanca . She joined the   Congregation in 1981 in Salamanca and had   her perpetual professional in 1991 in Madrid.

Teresa has lived profoundly  the Ignatian Spirituality. She  has an amplified way of looking at  things and a foresight for the future . She is passionate   in all that she does and has great sense of responsibility.

 

 

Thelma Barbarona Almedilla.   

She  belongs  to the province  of Indico Pacific.  At present she is the  Provincial Superior. In her  Congregational journey she had  different responsibilities : she was  the provincial treasurer from 2001 to  2009 and one of the provincial consultors  of the Philippine province from 2010 to 2012.  During the reconfiguration of the provinces , she  became one of the consultors of the Indico Pacific Province. In  addition , she was the local superior of Iloilo - Guimaras community.

She  has a wide  experience working in schools and in  pastoral work in different places such  as : Davao, Quezon City, Parañaque y in  Iloilo City. She has been working in the  economic administration.

She  was born  on Jan. 3, 1961 in  Loon , Bohol, Philippines.   She entered the Congregation in  Quezon City in 1987 and had her perpetual profession  on 1997 in Cebu City.

She is  known to have  great dedication in any  task given to her. She is  amiable, simple and has great  love for the Congregation.

 

 

Teresa Li Liu.

She  belongs  to the province of  Asia Oriental. Up to this moment  she is the local superior and the   Junior Mistress in the Juniorate community  of Taipei. She had different responsibilities  in the province: consultor of the Vice Province  of China- Taiwan from 1992-1999, Superior of the  Vice Province from 1999 to 2005, she was consultor of the  vice province from 2007-2010, the delegate of China from 2010 to 2013 and  provincial Superior of Asia Oriental during the unification of the provinces  from 2013- 2017.

She was  born on March 16, 1951 in Taiwan.  She entered the Congregation in Taipei in the  year 1980 and had her perpetual profession in Taipei  last 1989.

She  is a person  with a broad  vision of life,  she is prudent, joyful and  creative.

 

 

 

18th  General  Congregation  Information Team

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