National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations

National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations

Info packet mails this month

All NRVC members will receive in the mail this month a packet of information regarding the newly established National Fund for Catholic Religious Vocations (NFCRV). In the packet will be a grant application form for religious institutes wishing to apply for financial assistance for candidates with educational debt. Complete details on the guidelines and requirements will also be included.

Please note, as per the terms of the original grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, until further notice applications for financial assistance will only be accepted from women's religious institutes. As additional funds are secured for the NFCRV, men's religious institutes will also be eligible to apply for grants.

Eligible candidates must be either conditionally accepted or currently in a pre-novitiate program within a religious institute that is currently a member of the National Religious Vocation Conference. Novices and temporarily professed religious are not eligible.



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