Meet our new leadership team for July 31, 2014 – July 31, 2018.

Sr. Margaret Perron, RJM, Provincial
I come to the RJM leadership team with experience in ministry as a secondary school Spanish teacher; a non-profit administrator; and an immigration attorney. I have also had the opportunity to begin new immigration programs at two non-profit organizations.

My hope for our province is that we embrace the current challenges facing us, partner with others in addressing the pressing needs of our world (as expressed in the general chapter priorities and our action steps); and witness by our lives and presence to a loving and forgiving God.

Sr. Marge

Sr. Anne Magner, RJM, Provincial Councilor and Treasurer
My previous ministries/employment include: secondary school educator, administrator; member of diocesan training team for school administrators; provincial leadership; judicial law clerk; attorney in civil practice.

Hopes and desires for the province: that each of us will continue to deepen our awareness of our mission, our congregational priorities, and our province implementation of the priorities, as we engage in contemplating them and living them out in our relationships in community life, in ministry, with others we meet, and in our relationship with our world and our cosmos.

Sr. Anne

Sr. Rita Ricker, RJM, Provincial Councilor and Secretary
My past ministry experiences include teacher in elementary education, Vocation Director, QUEST Director, Campus Ministry at the University of Maryland and Director of Social Justice and Outreach at Church of the Resurrection, Burtonsville, MD.

My hope and desire for the Province is that daily, each one of us opens ourselves in prayer and beg for a deeper awareness in “following Jesus’ readiness to forgive; care for the least; and love for God’s creation.”

Sr. Rita

Sr. Rosemary Mangan, RJM, Provincial Councilor
My past ministries have included secondary education, formation work and leadership at both the provincial and international level, and retreat ministry.

The challenges of our General Chapter express my hopes for the four coming years. I pray we will grow in communion as one apostolic body, united in our desire to follow Jesus in his readiness to forgive, care for the least, and love for the world given us by God.

Sr. Rosemary

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