ICCN Met in Chicago

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

September 19, 2023

The InterCongregational Collaborative Novitiate (ICCN) met on Sept. 15-16, 2023, for its annual in-person meeting in Chicago. During their time together, participants had the opportunity to share prayer and a meal with the new cohort. Brenda Gonzales, SCN, and three other Sisters joined the board this summer. The board and its secretary is made up of Sisters from 12 congregations.

Pictured are, top row, left to right: Sisters Chioma Ahanihu, SLW; Corrina Thomas, FSPA – Co-director; Amy Willcott, SL – Secretary; Mary Pat Garvin, RSM; Linda Buck, CSJ; Joan McGlinchey, MSC; Nancy Gerth, SCN – Co-director; Brenda Gonzales, SCN; Barb Hagedorn, SC; bottom row left to right: Andrea Koverman, SC; Gemma Abonge, MCM; Sallie Latkovitch, CSJ; Kit Gray, CSJ; not pictured Eilis McCulloh, HM and Michelle Lesher, SSJ

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