MINNEAPOLIS — When Danielle Lussier of Battle Creek, Mich., was taking out loans to pay for her photography degree at the Rhode Island School of Design, she didn’t anticipate that God would call her to a “reversion,” a deeper life within the Catholic Church.
Nor did she foresee that she’d discern a call to the religious life with the Daughters of St. Paul in Jamaica Plain, Mass., that would necessitate paying off her school debt more quickly.
“When I signed my promissory note, I did not configure in my ‘reversion’ experience,” she said. “I thought, I have a 30-year plan here.”
Seeking freedom from educational debt so they can pursue their vocations, Lussier and 16 others who have...READ MORE