Sisters of Charity of Nazareth elect new leaders of Western Province

The new provincial leadership team for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Western Province includes, from left, Provincial Adeline Fehribach and vice provincials Antoinette “Tonya” Severin and Rhoda Kay Glunk. (Photo special to The Record)

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have elected and installed a new leadership team for its Western Province, including a new provincial and two vice provincials.

The new team will be led by Provincial Adeline Fehribach, a Louisville native who served as vice provincial from 2007 to 2012. Prior to her role in leadership, she served as a professor of religious studies at Spalding University. She replaces the outgoing provincial Sister Judy Raley.

The new vice provincials are Sisters Rhoda Kay Glunk and Antoinette “Tonya” Severin. Sister Glunk is a former Vincentian Sister of Charity who spent years in leadership positions within that community which joined with the SCNs. Most recently, she served on the faculty of Incarnation Catholic School in Sarasota, Fla., as a library assistant and resource person.

Sister Severin also served in the ministry of education and has taught at Vincentian Academy in Pittsburgh since 1991.

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