Sister Ce'line named superior general of Little Sisters of...


September 13, 1996

Sister Ce'line named superior general of Little Sisters of Poor

Sister Ce'line de la Visitation, who received most of her training in Baltimore, has been elected superior general of the Little Sisters of the Poor. She succeeds Mother Marie-Antoinette de la Trinit'e, who died at the motherhouse -- the international headquarters in Brittany, France -- this year.

Sister Ce'line came to St. Martin's Home in Baltimore after

professing her vows to the sisterhood in 1958. She completed her nursing studies at St. Agnes Hospital, was named local superior here in 1969 and presided over the construction of the current St. Martin's Home and St. Charles Villa in Catonsville.

She left in 1973 and held a number of positions in the order, but often accompanied Mother Marie-Antoinette on her visits to Baltimore.

Baptist church marking its 100th anniversary

Mount Ararat Baptist Church is celebrating its 100th year with the theme "100 Years of Rejoicing, Empowering and Serving."

The church will have its annual Churchwide Institute, offering Bible classes and programs on topics such as life insurance, wills, safety alarms and drug abuse, next week from 6: 30 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The church is at 3008 Gwynn Falls Parkway, Baltimore. Information: 383-9465.

Two from archdiocese to attend Maryknoll event

The Rev. Charles Huegelmeyer and the Rev. William Boteler of the Archdiocese of Baltimore will participate in the Maryknoll Society's 10th General Chapter, which begins Sunday in Hong Kong.

Pub Date: 9/13/96

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