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Did you know?

Did you know that in the USCCB/CARA Profession Class of 2014, 48% of women and 37% of men who were finally professed were encouraged to consider a vocation by a friend prior to entering their religious institute? Consider talking with friends throughout Advent and using your Christmas card greetings to invite friends to inquire about religious life (2014 USCCB/CARA Profession Class Report).  Read more...

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Convocation, Overland Park, KS

October 27-31, 2016

Keynote presenters are Fr. Kevin O'Brien, S..J. and Ms. Sherry Weddell. Known for its innovative workshops and new presenters, NRVC will continue to announce its speakers, workshops and other important information by clicking here. There will be 4 Pre-Convocation workshops offered on Thursday, October 27th and 4 workshops on Saturday, October 29th. 


New "Vocation Ambassadors" program underway

Vocation directors, communicators, and a focus group of young adults convened by NRVC met in September in Chicago to begin designing a "Vocation Ambassadors" program to help communities send forth laypeople to carry a vocation message.

Learn more about the soon to be designed NRVC members-only Vocation Ambassordor workshop here.

Upcoming "Today's Catholic Sisters" gathering

The final symposium in our series of “Today’s Catholic Sisters" gatherings will take place on January 23 in Los Angeles.

January 23, 2016, 9 a.m. - noon (Pacific time). Mount Saint Mary’s University, Doheny Campus, Rose Hills Auditorium, Los Angeles. Please RSVP.

Live-streaming videos of the symposia at University of the Incarnate Word and Dominican University are available.

Read more . . . 


December 2015

Region Meetings

Region 3: December 2, Chestnut Hill, PA

Region 4: December 9, Baltimore, MD 

International Sub-Committee Vocation Meeting

Dcember 1-3, Paris

Advent Days of Renewal & Reflection

Cancelled due to low registration

NRVC Office closed

December 23 closes at noon and reopens January 4