NRVC's new leader begins

NRVC's new leader begins

Sister Sharon Dillon, S.S.J.-T.O.S.F.

Sister Sharon Dillon, S.S.J.-T.O.S.F. (in center, wearing pink) with staff and board members.

The new executive director for the National Religious Vocation Conference begins June 1. The staff, board, and membership extend a warm welcome to Sister Sharon Dillon, S.S.J.-T.O.S.F., who says: 

I'm excited about the possibilities before us at NRVC. We believe and know with our whole hearts that the Most Holy continues to call individuals to walk, or journey, in this way of life.

Interview by "Catholic Profiles"

The website "Catholic Profiles" recently published an in-depth interview with NRVC's new executive director, which gave her the opportunity to convey the good news about those responding to God's call.  



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