Registrant Type

Early Bird

After October 16

NRVC Member



Non-NRVC Member



Invite a guest to attend at NO additional cost ...

NRVC members registering for Convocation 2020 and paying in full, may invite one (1) newer entrant or congregational leader to participate for free, October 29-30, 2020.  Your guest will have full access  to the entire two days and be able to participate in the breakout sessions.   

Your guest must either be currently serving in elected leadership or  have entered religious life after 2002.  Please ask someone from your religious institute who is not a novice, postulant or current NRVC member.  Newer entrants must agree to write a published 500-1000 word essay and provide a 2-3 minutes recorded presentation after Convocation.  Details will be sent to the newer entrants about this requirement. 

Please note, you will need to add the name and email address of the person you are inviting when you register so please have that information available.  In addition, the name of your invitee cannot be changed once it has been submitted. 

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests must be received in writing before October 16 to receive a full refund, less a $50 processing fee.  After October 16, all registration fees are non-refundable.

Remembering our cherished custom to donate

One of NRVC cherished customs is our Mass collection for a local organization. Because of the unique virtual platform and the recent NRVC statement condemning racism and ongoing commitment to intercultural competence, NRVC has selected the National Black Sisters Conference (NBSC) to receive the collection this year. Established in August 1968, the NBSC is an inclusive Catholic organization of vowed Black Catholic Women Religious and Associates from many congregations of religious across the United States. Donations can be made when you register for Convocation or by sending checks payable to NRVC to the National Office with this collection designation.