Page 4, 2nd October 1964

2nd October 1964
Page 4
Page 4, 2nd October 1964 — 15 WOMEN AUDITORS NAMED

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DOPE PAUL has now named Aall the eight women religious and the seven laywomen Who are to attend the Vatican Council debate as auditors. Another eight laymen have also been appointed as auditors. in addition to the 13 selected last year.

The emphasis last year was on representatives of international Catholic groups. This time, countries outside Europe were given special consideration. The appointments include doctors, workers, business executives and leaders of youth and lay apostola te bodics.

Women auditors will be eligible to attend meetings dealing with topics particularly related to their activities. At some of the meetings, some lay people other than auditors will also be guests of the Council.

The Nun-auditors are as follows:

Mother Sabine de Valon, superior general of the Religious of the Sacred Heart and president of the Union of Superiors General in Rome; Mother Mary Luke. superior general of the Sisters of Loretto, Nerinx, Ky., and president of the Conference of Major Religious Superiors of Women's Institutes of America; Mother Marie de la Croix Khouzam, superior general of the Egyptian Sisters of the Sacred Heart and president of the Union of Teaching Religious in Egypt: Mother Marie Henriette Ghanem, superior general of the Sisters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary and president of the Assembly of Major Religious Superiors in Lebanon; Sister Mary Juliana of Our Lord Jesus Christ, secretary general of the Union of Major Retigious Superiors in Germany; Mother Guillemin, of France. superior general of the Daughters . of Chanty:

Mother Estrada, superior general of the Servants of the Sacred Heart in Spain; Mother Baldinucci, superior general of the Institute of the Most Holy Child Mary, Italy.

Laywomen auditors:

Dr, Alda Micelli. president general of the Missionaries of the Kingdom of Christ; Miss Piles Belosillo of Spain, president of the World Union of Catholic Women's Organisations; Miss Rosemary Goldie. of Australia, executive secretary of the Permanent Committee for International Congresses of the Lay Apostolate: Miss Marie Louise Monnet of France, president of the international movement for the apostolate in independent social circles; Miss Anna Maria Roeloffzen, secretary of the International Federation of Feminine Catholic Youth; Marchioness Amalie Lanza of the Netherlands, widow of Marquess Corder° di Montezemolo, president of the Patronate of Assistance to the Italian Armed Forces; Mrs. Iduccia Marenco, widow, of the Association of Women's Catholic Action of Italy.

New laymen auditors:

Baron Leon De Rosen of France, president of the International Union of Catholic Employers' Associations: Dr. Luigi Gedda of Italy, president of the International Federation of Catholic Physicians; Patrick Keegan of Great Britain, president of the International Federation of Christian Workers' Movements; Bartolo Peres of Brazil, president of the Young Christian Workers' organisation; Eusebe Adjakpley of Togo, regional secretary for Africa of the International Federation of Catholic Youth; Stephen • Roman, Byzantine-rite Catholic of Toronto. Ont.: John Chen, of Hong Kong, president of the Hong Kong diocesan council for the Lay Apostolate; and Dr. Jose Maria Hernandez, president of the Catholic Action organisation of the Philippines.

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