The Rev. Msgr. Larry J. Droll Scholarship for Catholic Laity, established in 2002, is designed to assist Catholic laymen and women who are pursuing a graduate degree that might qualify them for professional positions in parish and diocesan ministry.
The renewable $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to two candidates in need of tuition assistance for additional education who serve or want to serve his or her parish as an Administrator, Youth Minister, Parish Coordinator or other role.
This scholarship is geared towards those who have already obtained their bachelor’s degree and who are either enrolled or wanting to enroll into any Catholic graduate school in Texas, Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma or Mississippi. Applicants may also be enrolled in an extension program or in the Catholic University of America School of Canon Law.
The 2015 deadline has passed. Please check back in the Fall for the 2016 application.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2015 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS!
Antoinette Miller of New Braunfels, Texas and Kayla Moscona of Baton Rouge, Louisiana were selected to receive the 2015 Rev. Larry J. Droll Scholarship for Catholic Laity. Miller is currently studying to serve the Archdiocese of San Antonio. She attends the University of the Incarnate Word seeking an advanced degree in Religious Studies. Moscona is studying to serve the Diocese of Baton Rouge. She attends Notre Dame Seminary and is pursuing a Master's Degree in Theological Studies.