National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8-14

National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8-14

National Catholic Sisters Week (NCSW) invites all to celebrate women religious from March 8-14. 

NCSW is an annual celebration that began in 2014 to honor women religious with a series of events that instruct, enlighten, and bring greater focus on the lives of these incredible women. It’s a chance to recognize all that they do, with the hope that as more young women learn about women religious, more will choose to follow their example.

Visit the NCSW website, nationalcatholicsistersweek.org, to learn about the organization, find an event near you and join in honoring women religious, or plan an event of your own and spread the word. 

Check out the new curriculum developed by the National Catholic Sisters Project in English and Spanish.

Through the generosity of a NCSW mini-grant, NRVC collaborates annually with Communicators for Women Religious, Giving Voice, Religious Formation Conference, and the Center for the Study of Consecrated Life to provide a National Catholic Sisters Week event at CTU that is open to the public. 

NCSW is sponsored by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.



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