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COMBONI SISTERS: New Superior General

Sister Anne Marie Quigg (second from left, in picture) is the new Superior General of the Institute of the Comboni Missionary Sisters, founded in 1872, 150 years ago, by Saint Daniele Comboni.

She was elected during the General Chapter held during the month of October. Sister Anne Marie, 61, of Scottish origin, was a missionary in Egypt and the Middle East, where she worked in the field of education.

She will be joined in the new general direction that will lead the congregation for the six-year period 2022-2028 by Sister Maria de Los Angeles Funes Rodríguez, 61 (Mexican) Sister Alicia Vacas Moro, 50 (Spanish), Sister Veronicah Wangui Mburu, 46 (Kenyan) and Sister Eleonora Reboldi, 61 years old (Italian).


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