Misericordia Fund breaks fundraising record

Misericordia Fund breaks fundraising record

Meanwhile, NFCRV reviews grant applications

Amy Westphal is preparing for life as a Mercy Sister. The Sisters of Mercy are among dozens of communities that have received NFCRV education grants.

NRVC's Misericordia Fund, which helps communities to take advantage of NRVC programming, has raised more than $26,000 this year—the largest amount in its history. Heartfelt thanks to the generous members of NRVC whose donations made this possible!  

Gifts are still welcome. Click here for details.

Meanwhile, the National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations (NFCRV), a separate but affiliated organization that helps with new member education debt, is now reviewing eight grant applications. It will make funding decisions this month. The opportunity for education grants is a benefit available only to NRVC members.

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