Millennial sisters featured on national TV

Millennial sisters featured on national TV

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With host Tamron Hall (front center) are (from left to right): Sisters Desiré Anne-Marie Findlay, C.S.S.F.; Elizabeth McGill, I.H.M.; Rachel Lauritsen, F.M.A.; and Boram Lee, F.M.A.

Four young sisters with connections to NRVC were featured on the Tamron Hall show on September 17. During their nine minutes on the talk show, they discussed their sense of calling, how their families responded, the happiness they have found in community, and more. 

Two of the sisters have appeared in features in NRVC's VISION Vocation Guide: Sister Boram Lee, F.M.A. and Sister Desiré Anne-Marie Findlay, C.S.S.F. Lee and another featured sister, I.H.M. novice Elizabeth McGill, have received education grants from the National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations. 

Patrice Tuohy, head of TrueQuest Communications, which handles NRVC communications, provided the show's producers with background information and interview leads.  

View a partial clip of the show here

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