Student Debt Causes Delay in Joining Convent, Report Finds

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Debt from college loans makes some men and women postpone joining a religious community, according to a survey of men and women professing final vows in a religious order.  Ten percent of those who professed final vows in 2013 had an average amount of $31,000 in college debt and the average length of delay was tw…

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