Front L to R: S. Christa Franzer and S. Delouise Menges Back L to R: S. Annette Grisley and S. Barbara LeonhardOldenburg, In. — The Franciscan Sisters of Oldenburg completed their Chapter of Elections on Saturday, April 15 and elected the following Sisters to lead their Community beginning July 1.Sister Christa Franzer will lead the Community of 183 Sisters as the Congregational Minister. Franzer is from Dayton, OH and is a graduate of Marian University, Xavier University, and the University of Notre Dame. She has ministered in education and currently serves in the Community’s finance office in Oldenburg and is a Marian University board member. The servant leader previously served on Council from 2006-2012, and from 1994-2000.Sister Delouise Menges will serve as the First Councilor. She is originally from Cincinnati, OH and is a graduate of Marian University, University of Notre Dame, and St. Mary’s University of Winona, MN. She has ministered in education for the past 47 years, currently at St. Veronica School in Cincinnati.Sister Barbara Leonhard will serve as a Councilor, and is originally from St. Charles, MO. Leonhard is a graduate of Marian University, Catholic Theological Union of Chicago and the Theological Union of Berkeley, CA. She currently ministers as a workshop and retreat leader and also provides spiritual direction based in Oldenburg.Sister Annette Grisley will serve as a Councilor, and is originally from Logansport, IN. Grisley is a graduate of Marian University, Xavier University and St. Mary’s College of Winona, MN, and currently serves as a Pastoral Associate at Holy Angels Church in Dayton, OH.The newly-elected governing council will serve from July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2024.
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RelatedPosts Martins extends Sounders stay Martins escapes MLS ban Martins nominated for MLS player of the month Christian Pulisic has been voted US Soccer’s Male Athlete of the Year for 2019, becoming the youngest two-time winner of the award.The Chelsea attacker edged out Seattle Sounders midfielder Jordan Morris for the honour, garnering 38 per cent of the vote to Morris’ 35 per cent. Schalke midfielder Weston McKennie finished third with 13 per cent of the vote.Other nominees included New York Red Bulls defender Aaron Long, Fulham defender Tim Ream and Columbus Crew forward Gyasi Zardes. The six players were nominated for their achievements at both club and international level.Votes were cast from national team coaches, national team players who have earned a cap in 2019, members of the US Soccer board of directors, the US Soccer Athletes’ Council, American soccer league (MLS and USL) head coaches, select media members and former players and administrators.Pulisic was already the youngest player to win the award back in 2017. Now at 21 years, 85 days, Pulisic is the youngest two-time winner, bettering Landon Donovan, who was 22 years, 293 days when he won for the second time in 2004.Pulisic is also the seventh player to have won multiple times, joining Donovan (four), Clint Dempsey and Kasey Keller (three each), as well as Jozy Altidore, Marcelo Balboa and Tim Howard.Pulisic exceled for both club and country in 2019. He scored five goals and added three assists for the US, helping the Americans reach the final of the Gold Cup, where he was named to the tournament’s Best XI.Tags: Seattle Sounders