Congregation of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm hold elections

Contributed photoThe Congregation of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm elected a Prioress General and General Council during their Fourteenth General Chapter in Germantown. On Sept. 14, Mother Mary Rose Heery, O.Carm. was elected as the Prioress General of the Congregation, and on the following day, the newly elected General Council: Sister M. Jeanne Francis Haley, O.Carm. - 1st Councillor/Vicar General; Sister M. Cyril Methodius Kasper, O.Carm. - 2nd Councillor; Sister Maureen Theresa Murray, O.Carm. - 3rd Councillor; Sister M. Peter Lillian Angeline DiMaria, O.Carm. - 4th Councillor; and Sister M. Richard Carmel Brusca, O.Carm. - Secretary General; Sister M. Veronica Robert Bien, O.Carm. - Treasurer General. The Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm are a Religious Congregation of Pontifical Rite. The Sisters care for the aged and infirm in nursing homes and assisted living facilities which they staff in various locations in the United States, including Teresian House in Albany. They have one home in Dublin, Ireland.

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