The new leadership team for the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception was elected during the religious congregation's July 4-13 chapter gathering.
Sister Sandra Barrett (far left), a former registrar of Newman Theological College in Edmonton, was re-elected congregational leader.
Also elected to serve on the leadership team were (left to right) Sisters Margaret Coyle, Rhona Gulliver, Rose Ketchum and Anita Holmes.
Sister Coyle taught school in Edmonton and has served on the Alberta Marriage Tribunal while Sisters Gulliver and Holmes studied in Edmonton.
Delegates to the chapter came from across Canada as well as Peru, while associate representatives from the Pacific, Prairie and Atlantic regions participated in some chapter events.
Sisters and associates committed themselves to focus on advocacy for vulnerable women and children and the sacred gift of water.