THE MEMBERS of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet new leadership team (l. to r.): Sisters Mary McGlone (St.Louis), Sally Harper (St.Louis/Peru), Therese Sherlock (St. Paul), Sean Peters (Albany) and Patty Johnson (St. Louis).
THE MEMBERS of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet new leadership team (l. to r.): Sisters Mary McGlone (St.Louis), Sally Harper (St.Louis/Peru), Therese Sherlock (St. Paul), Sean Peters (Albany) and Patty Johnson (St. Louis).

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet welcomed their new Congregational Leadership Team at a ceremony last month at the Carondelet Motherhouse in St. Louis, Mo. Sister Sean Cathleen Peters of Albany was selected as a member of the new team and will also serve as congregational director. The term run from 2020-26.

“Having the opportunity to work with a talented group of leaders and the sisters at large calls forth all my gifts,” Sister Jean said. “We will endeavor always to keep our mission of unifying love before our eyes and encourage all the sisters to work for unity and reconciliation among diverse groups.?Such a mission certainly provides us with many opportunities and challenges! God’s faithful love impels and sustains us!”

Sister Sean, whose ministries have included teaching and administration at The College of Saint Rose and Fontbonne University, director of mission experience at The College of Saint Rose and various leadership positions with the Sisters of St. Joseph, has a bachelor’s degree in education from The College of Saint Rose and a master’s degree and doctorate in educational psychology from Rutgers University.