Leadership
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Leadership 2025

Provincial Adminstration

2019 ~ 2025

Prov Admin

Sisters: Mary Elizabeth Lloyd, Patricia Pompa, Ascenza Tizzano, Laura Longo, Elizabeth Calello

pompaSister Patricia has enjoyed her ministry in Catholic education serving as teacher and administrator for most of her religious life. Her love for music was evidenced through her ministry as Music Director of Villa Walsh Academy preparing students for Liturgical worship, concerts and musicales. Sister also shares her gift of music as organist for the Religious Teachers Filippini. In 1990 Sister Patricia was appointed Principal of Villa Walsh Academy. In addition, Sister Patricia served as Provincial Councilor and Provincial Secretary for the Religious Teachers Filippini from 2001 to 2007. In 2013, she was elected to the Provincial Council once again and continued to serve as Principal of Villa Walsh Academy.    On Friday, September 27, 2019, THe Proviincial Chapter elected Sister Patricia Pompa as the Provincial Superior

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Sister Laura  was principal of St. Jerome School, West Long Branch, N. She founded two elementary schools, St. Brigid, School, Peapack/Far Hills, NJ and Holy Family School, Lakewood, NJ with an enrollment of 900 students.

In 2001, Sister founded Siena New Hope Home in response to a need to provide a safe haven for children. Sister authored ”The Youngest Survivors, which focuses on the story of the plights of many children who are neglected. The book serves as a teaching/reminder tool on the important values of life such as love, respect, and forgiveness to help children gain a greater understanding of their own spirituality.

Sister is eternally grateful to our Heavenly Father for the gift of her calling to the Religious Life, which enables her through the Holy Spirit to fulfill God’s loving design.

calelloSister Elizabeth serves as Councilor on the Leadership Team of the Religious Teachers Filippini.  In addition to her present role as Principal at St. Bartholomew School, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, Sister Elizabeth is Director of Ministries for the Province of St. Lucy. Prior to these appointments, Sister Elizabeth’s ministry in Catholic school education spans several dioceses and archdioceses: Philadelphia, Newark, Trenton, Camden, Cleveland, and Albany. She has served as principal for 22 years.  In 2014, Sister Elizabeth was the recipient of the Alumna of the Year from Assumption College for Sisters.  Sister Elizabeth continues to encourage students within a faith-filled environment to: strive academically, build character, and achieve their goals.  

 

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