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Daughters of Charity merge 3 provinces (Spain)

On Christmas Eve, December 24, 2012 Superioress General of the Daughters of Charity Sister Evelyne Franc and the General Council appointed S.Pilar Rendón DC a first Visitatrix of the new Province of Spain South.  The new province results from merging three of nine Spanish provinces of the Company.
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sor_pilarSister Pilar is currently the Visitatrix of the Province of Seville for the third time  (non-consecutive).

The main task of new Provincial Superioress is to guide 1150 Sisters in 127 communities through the inauguration of new Province Spain South.  Process of reconfiguration began a  couple years ago in order to create more effective service to the poor and to maintain the charism of St. Louise and St. Vincent.

SorPilarRendon3New Province will be inaugurated on March 25, 2013 and will consist of current Provinces of Granada, Seville and Canary Islands and cover the territories of autonomous communities of Extremadura, Andalusia and Canary Islands in Southern part of Spain

 

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2 Responses to Daughters of Charity merge 3 provinces (Spain)

  1. Gloria Rendon Lopez January 4, 2013 at 12:20 pm #

    It was gladness of heart to read about Sister Pilar Rendon. As you can see we share a common name. My Rendon family came from Jalisco, Mexico. But so nice to read about Sister.

    A blessed new year!!!

  2. Alma Rendon Arredondo January 5, 2013 at 12:59 pm #

    Blessings to Sister Pilar Rendon! Not only do we share the same last name of Rendon, we also share the mission of service to the poor as members of the Vincentian Family. So happy to have learned of her appointment.