Prelate of Opus Dei Names Central Advisory
Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz, the new Prelate of Opus Dei, has named the members of the Central Advisory that, together with the general Council, assists in the pastoral government of the prelature.
With the approval of those participating in the General Congress, the Prelate has named Isabel Sánchez Serrano (Murcia, Spain, 1969) as the central secretary, and María Díaz Soloaga (Madrid, Spain, 1970) as secretary of the Advisory.
To look after the different areas of the formative and apostolic work with youth, families, as well as educational and social initiatives, the Prelate has also named: Nicola Waite (Oxford, Great Britain, 1979), Carla Vassallo (Palermo, Italy, 1976), Kathryn Plazek (Pittsburgh, United States, 1988), as vice-secretarias; Susana López (León, Spain, 1971) and Rosário Libano Monteiro (Lisbon, Portugal, 1960) as prefects of studies and assistants, respectively, and Inocencia Fernández (Madrid, Spain, 1954), as central procurator for the administration of resources.
Delegates for the various circumscriptions in which the apostolic work of the Prelature is divided geographically have also been named.
More information on the elective congress: http://opusdei.org/en/section/elective-congress-2017/