Congregation Leadership

Sister Rose Marie Jasinski, C.B.S.

Congregation Leader

During a General Chapter meeting in Marriottsville, Maryland in 2019, the Congregation of the Sisters of Bon Secours elected Sister Rose Marie its Congregation Leader.

Sister Eileen O'Connor, C.B.S.

Congregation Team, Area Leader, Sisters of Bon Secours-Ireland and Great Britain and Congregation Team liaison for the Congo

Sr Eileen entered the Congregation of Sisters of Bon Secours in 1980.

She is an experienced State Registered General and Sick Children’s nurse and Clinical Manager. She was Director of Nursing Services iatn Bon Secours Hospital, Glasnevin, Dublin from 2002 to 2017.

Sr Eileen has completed a full year residency programme in Clinical Pastoral Education in the US and ministered as a member of the Pastoral Care Team at Bon Secours Hospital, Cork from January to September 2020.

Her education includes a degree in Healthcare Administration, MA (Research) in Canon Law and Sr Eileen is currently studying for a BA (Honours) in Theology.

Sr Eileen has served on the Area Leadership Team in Ireland from 1996 to 2000 and 2009 to 2014.

Sr Eileen is currently a Director of the Board of Bon Secours Health System

She is a member of the Congregation Team for the Sisters of Bon Secours and is Area leader for Sisters of Bon Secours Ireland & GB.

Sister Elaine Davia, C.B.S.

Congregation Team, Area Leader, Sisters of Bon Secours-USA, Congregation Team liaison for Young Adult Ministry

Sr Elaine Davia is on the Congregation Team and serves as Area Leader for the Sisters of Bon Secours in the USA. From 2005 to 2019 she served as the formation director for the Sisters of Bon Secours in the USA and was the Chair of the Bon Secours International Formation Committee. She served as Vocation Director for 9 years in the past and has served on many leadership positions through her years with the Sisters of Bon Secours. Sr. Elaine joined the Sisters of Bon Secours in 1964 and professed final vows in 1975. She received a Registered Nurse diploma in 1970 at Bon Secours School of Nursing (Baltimore, Maryland), a Bachelors of Science from Regents College of the University of the State of New York (Albany, New York) and Masters of Science in Pastoral Counselling from Loyola University (Baltimore, Maryland). She had served on several boards for Bon Secours Health System as well as the Religious Formation Conference. Most of her ministerial life has been working as a Registered Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner caring for people who do not have health insurance and who are economically poor. After 48 years of practice, she retired from nursing last year. Fun and meaningful activities for her when not in ministry are playing the French Horn with local musical groups and working in her garden when the weather is warm.

Sister Rosa Elena Gomez Navarro, C.B.S.

Congregation Team, Area Leader, Sisters of Bon Secours-Peru

Sr. Noelia Lara Nunez, C.B.S

Designated Area Leader - France

I entered the congregation while I was finishing my studies as a therapist in 1975.
Later, due to the need in schools, I worked as a teacher. I started teaching in several schools and at the same time continued studying towards my certification as language and literature teacher.
I worked in several parishes administered by the Irish mission, in youth catechesis and in the establishment of Christian communities.
I worked for more than 22 years as a teacher, and I accompanied young candidates during their various stages of formation, as well as sisters in their first profession (juniors).
I was part of the congregation leadership in Paris from 2000 to 2005.
For three years I worked as an administrator at the Madre de Cristo Clinic and coordinated several communities.
During four years I worked in the Siloé host community for children in situations of violence.
During these last three years, I went to Paris to help Sr. Nancy in various projects.
I worked four years in the International Committee for Peace, Justice and Care of Creation.
Currently I am living in Paris to serve as leader sister of the province of France.