Sr. Yolanda MPM '05

Sr. YolandaSr. Yolanda '05 graduated from the School of Ministry with a master's in pastoral ministry with a concentration in pastoral life & administration in 2005. She currently serves as vice-chancellor of the Diocese of Fort Worth, and prior to that, she served as Director of Children's Catechesis for the diocese.

Sr. Yolanda has worked in catechetical ministry in several parishes in Fort Worth, Mexico, and her native New Jersey. A Sister of Saint Mary of Namur, she serves on the provincial council and has worked in a variety of leadership positions within the order.

She has done extensive work to promote vocations to religious life, not only for her own community, but more broadly in the local church, assisting with "Come and See" weekends and other discernment programs across diocesan borders.

In 2011, the School of Ministry honored Sr. Yolanda for her service to the local church in general, the work of faith formation in particular, and the larger community, especially the poor and needy, by naming her the 2011 Lumen Gentium Distinguished Alumni Award winner.

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