Eight communities receive NFCRV grants

Eight communities receive NFCRV grants

To aid with education debt of incoming members

In the latest round of funding by the National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations, eight religious communities—and a corresponding eight men and women entering religious life—have been selected to receive help paying education debt. NFCRV funding will allow the following candidates to not delay their entrances in order to pay off student loans:

Benedictine Sisters of Erie
Jennifer Frazer

Carmelite Sisters for the Aged & Infirm
Catherine Nicosia

Conventual Franciscans
Wayne T. Mulei    

Felician Sisters of North America
Catherine Rotterman

Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians, 
Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco
Chelsy Sanchez

Salesians of Don Bosco
Francis Nguyen

Sisters of Christian Charity
Mary Amata Reifsnyde

Sisters of Providence Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
Kathleen Connolly



14:20:13 - 2019. Sep 02

We are ever grateful to the NFCRV and its donors. What a great blessing not have to worry about paying off the education loan so the candidate can concentrate on her transition and initial formation. God bless the donors!

Editha Ben

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