So long, farewell

Kjerstin and I are writing today to say goodbye. After being with National Catholic Sisters Week since its inception, we are both moving on to a new position – and bidding you all a fond farewell.

What an incredible experience it’s been to build NCSW from scratch into a well-established, much-anticipated national campaign! We loved getting to shine a light on the women who do so much good work behind the scenes, the Catholic sisters who shape our communities and our Church in profound ways. Our tagline proved true again and again: “Meet a sister, be inspired.”

We owe a personal thanks to each of you who became part of NCSW, advancing our cause in memorable, meaningful ways. It’s been a privilege to collaborate with you. While we celebrated the impact of women religious, we were able to elevate each other’s projects – win win!

Working with mini-grant recipients to amplify your special events was an ongoing source of joy. Your commitment and creativity blew us away.

We are so proud of what NCSW has become. Thank you for your support and kindness throughout the last 6 years.

About Molly Hazelton

Molly Hazelton is the site director of National Catholic Sisters Week, headquartered at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. She credits her love, respect and admiration for Catholic sisters to her grandmother, Isabel, who was educated in nursing by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph at Fanny Allen Hospital in Colchester, Vt. Molly is also a trained librarian, so please feel free to ask her for book recommendations.