Sister Veronica becomes U.S. citizen in Pittsburgh ceremony
Sister Veronica Gumja Kim is a newly minted U.S. citizen! Sister Veronica was one of more than 40 immigrants to become naturalized Americans at a ceremony on June 19, 2015, at the federal courthouse in downtown Pittsburgh. Sister Veronica received a U.S. flag and a certificate declaring her a legal citizen.
Sisters Maria Fest, Natalie Marchetti, Pat Baker and Margareta Jung, as well as five members of the La Roche College staff were at the ceremony in support of Sister Veronica.
Sister Veronica is from Korea and has been the assistant director of International Student Services at La Roche College since 2008.
For more pictures from the ceremony, click here to visit the Sisters of Divine Providence flickr page.