Nine communities get education-debt help

Nine communities get education-debt help

From NFCRV

Below are the names and communities of the latest men and women who will now be able to join religious communities without the burden of meeting student debt obligations, thanks to assistance from NRVC's partner, the National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations. Congratulations!

Rachel Carey            
Sisters of Saint Joseph of Rochester

Joselyn Ramey        
St. Scholastica Monastery

Elizabeth McGill        
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Morgan E. Bengel        
Dominican Sisters – Grand Rapids

Gerald L. Rice            
Salesians of Don Bosco

Holly Procko            
Carmelite Sisters for the Aged & Infirm

Amy Westphal        
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Jennifer Doyle            
Congregation of Sisters of Bon Secours, USA

Brandon Biagioli        
Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer, The Redemptorists



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