|General Information 2015
|Opening Date||November 15, 2014|
|Dates of 30-Day Retreat||January 8 - February 8, 2015|
|Closing Date||June 15, 2015|
Sister Mel Williams (Australia)
|Character||International. The 19 Tertians come from 13 countries. There are 11 Roman Union Provinces and two other Ursuline congregations represented.
|List of Sisters
|Batmomolin, Mariana Ita
|Cissokho, Léocadie||Senegal (St. Angela of Africa Province)
|Garcia, Marie Cruz
|Lucero, Erlinda C.
|Tigga, Anjita||India (Ambikapur Province)||Tildonk|
|Venâncio, Sueli de Fátima||Brazil||R.U.|
|Xalxo, Latica||India (Gumla Province)||Tildonk|
|Williams, Mel (Directress)||Australia||R.U.|
First Row: Sr. Sabina Vakselj, Sr. Mariana Ita Batmomolin, Sr. Latica Xalxo, Sr. Jana Korekáčová, Sr. Erlinda C. Lucero, Sr. Vesna Valek
Second Row: Sr. Léocadie Cissokho, Sr. Sueli de Fátima Venâncio, Sr. Thipkanok Prasopchokchai, Sr. Stéphanie Lorel, Sr. Zorica Blagotinšek, Sr. Zuzanna Filipczak, Sr. Mel Williams, Sr. Wioletta Adamczak, Sr. Anjita Tigga, Sr. Meta Potočnik, Sr. Emmanuela Klich, Sr. Magdalena Lian, Sr. Andreja Godnič, Sr. Marie Cruz Garcia
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International Novitiate Profession
21 October 2014
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MOTHER JUDITH MIETZELFELD
1 October 1921 – 20 October 2014
Mother Judith was born in Brooklyn, New York, USA, 1st October 1921. Her father had become an American citizen after emigrating from Germany. Her mother was born in the USA in a family of Irish origin.
From 1938 to 1942 Mother Judith studied English language and literature at the College of New Rochelle, New York, and in 1942 she entered as a postulant in the Eastern Province of the United States (Roman Union). As a junior she continued her studies at Fordham University, New York. From 1945 to 1956 she taught Philosophy and English at New Rochelle.
In response to an appeal from the Institute, she joined the Austrian Province in 1957 and was formally transferred in 1961. At first she taught in the Ursuline High School in Salzburg. Then in 1964 she was appointed Provincial Prioress. She remained in this post until 1971 when she was elected Prioress General.
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