Rev. Sister Veronica has been re-elected as Sister Provincial to lead the Community of the Sisters of the Church (CSC) for a third term. She was re-elected at the CSC General Chapter earlier last week at Tetete Ni Kolivuti, the Headquarters of the CSC, east Guadalcanal, Tenure area.
The Rt Rev. Benedict Loe, Bishop of the Diocese of Guadalcanal, who is also the Bishop Visitor of the Community officiated the installation of Rev. Sr. Veronica on Sunday, in front of a gathering of sisters, associates, family members, and supporters of the community.
Retired Bishop Nathan Tome, Spiritual director of the community who also joined the ceremony expressed his gratitude to Rev. Sr. Veronica for accepting the responsibility for another three years. He commended her dedication and leadership, which has led the CSC to great achievements during her previous terms.
In her acceptance speech, Rev. Sr. Veronica expressed her gratitude to the sisters for their trust and confidence in her leadership. She acknowledged the immense responsibility that comes with this position and assured the congregation that she will continue to work tirelessly for the betterment of the community.
Under the Rev. Sr. Veronica’s guidance, the CSC has continued to flourish, expanding its outreach programs and making a significant impact on the lives of those in need. The community has been actively involved in various charitable initiatives, including providing education for unfortunate children who lived in the coconut plantations surrounding the community, healthcare for the victims at the Christian Care Centre, and support for marginalized communities through prayers and visits.
During her tenure, Sr. Veronica has implemented innovative strategies to address contemporary challenges faced by the community. She has prioritized the empowerment and education of women, advocating for gender equality and women’s rights.
As she begins her third term as the head of the CSC, Rev. Sr. Veronica is determined to continue the congregation’s mission of serving the most vulnerable members of society. She plans to further strengthen the existing programs and explore new avenues to make a lasting impact on the lives of those in need.
The re-election of Rev. Sister Veronica to lead the CSC for a third term reflects the confidence and trust placed in her leadership abilities. With her steadfast commitment and unwavering dedication, the congregation can look forward to a future of continued growth and positive change under her guidance.