President General Appoints New Members at the International Structure
Appointments are valid until September 8th, 2023.
On a regular basis, the President General International (PGI), brother Renato Lima de Oliveira, publishes the list of members, from all parts of the world, who have generously accepted the invitation to hold office at the Council General International.
These appointments are valid until September 8, 2023, the date on which the 16th PGI’s term of office shall end. The document is published after due consultation with Council members and countries making up the Confederation.
Brother Renato Lima stated: “I thank all the people who have taken part in the International Structure over these first five years of office, and I express my immense gratitude for the services rendered. I would like to kindly ask those who are still with us to keep on working with the same affection and loyalty, and welcome those who have just joined the Structure”.
Indeed, there are a myriad of tasks and missions to be carried out by the Council General. Behind each one, there is a committed Vincentian who will do his or her best, with God’s help, to fulfill the strategic planning of our organization. Being a member of the Council General is an honor, a great responsibility and an immense privilege.
New for this period include the appointment of brother Adrian Abel from England as President of the Commission for International Aid and Development (CIAD); sister Lucha González from Mexico, as Territorial Vice President for America 2; sister María del Carmen Guzmán Sotto from Guatemala, as SSVP’s representative at the Vincentian Family Latin America (FAVILA); and sister Josmary Centella as head of the Department of Children and Teenagers.
As for the 10 countries chosen by President General, as set out in the Statutes of the Confederation, under the International Executive Committee, they remain the same until December 31st, 2022, and will change as of January 1st, 2023. The current countries are as follows: a) Members with 1 to 500 Conferences: the Netherlands, Uruguay, Tonga, Indonesia and Mozambique; b) Members with 501 to 999 Conferences: France, Canada, Portugal, South Korea and Philippines.
Click here to read full report: Structure 2022 – 2023.