Job Postings

The John Paul II Institute regularly receives inquiries from parishes, Catholic schools, dioceses, Catholic and Christian non-profits, and other employers looking for qualified graduates of our academic programs to fill various job openings.  Current job openings are posted below and circulated periodically to our alumni.

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Current Job Postings

Journals Coordinator, The Catholic University of America Press (Washington, DC)

The Catholic University of America Press is the publishing division of the national university founded by the Catholic bishops. The Press publishes 35 scholarly books annually on Catholic theology, philosophy, and church history and publishes or distributes several high-quality academic journals in the fields of theology, philosophy, history, and canon law. The journals coordinator is responsible for maintaining the day-to-day relationship between the editors of the journals, typesetters, printers, and fulfillment services. The coordinator is responsible for the financial reporting and payments associated with these journals.

  • Works with distributor, customer service representatives, journal editors, typesetters, and printers to coordinate the subscription, printing, and shipping process for the press’s academic journals
  • Coordinates a smooth transition to the distributor when the Press takes on new journals
  • Tracks monthly and yearly finances for the journals department and paying bills through procurement and A/P
  • Ships claims and back-issue purchases
  • Formats and uploads journal issues to Project Muse
  • Sells and places journal ads

A Bachelor’s Degree and one (1) year of general office experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Adobe Acrobat.

To apply, please click here.

Director of the Newman Centre, McGill University (Montreal, QC)

The Newman Association of Montreal Inc. invites applications for the position of Director of the Newman Centre of McGill University. The mandate is 3 years (renewable) and begins on September 1, 2023.
The Newman Centre is the home of the Roman Catholic Chaplaincy at McGill University under the aegis of the Newman Association of Montreal Inc. It is the hub of Roman Catholic spiritual, intellectual, and social life on campus; a vibrant and international community of university students and faculty.
The Director reports to the Board Chair of the Newman Association of Montreal and is responsible for the operations of the Newman Centre, directs the administrative staff and works collegially with the Chaplain, the Newman Centre Administrative Coordinator, the Manager of Student Affairs as well as the Executive of the Newman Catholic Students’ Society.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a regular presence at the Centre during business hours and manage year-long operations of the Newman Centre.
  • Establishing priorities for development of the intellectual, social, and spiritual lives of students, faculty, and staff
  • Determine staff roles and delegate responsibilities, and oversee hiring
  • Maintain oversight, development, and implementation of the Newman Fellowship/residence programme with Manager of Student Affairs
  • Support mentorship activities for students and the chaplaincy
  • Oversee building & property maintenance
  • Chair the program committee in collaboration with the Newman Institute for Catholic Studies (NICS)
  • Oversee budgeting and programming of activities at the Newman Centre including those held jointly with NICS
  • Maintain relations with key partners, community outreach with the Archdiocese and other Catholic organizations and communications and the Newman Association Board Newman Centre of McGill University – 3484 Peel St, Montreal, Quebec H3A 3T6
  • Spearhead fundraising activities to support the activities of the Newman Centre including the development and maintenance of alumni relations

For a full description and application instructions, please click here.

Director of Evangelization and Catechesis, St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church (Cary, NC)

This is a full-time, ministry and executive position that oversees the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, a large and vibrant community. The Director reports to and collaborates with the pastor in implementing his vision. The Director is passionate about sharing the Good News in a way that is faithful, comprehensive, and attractive, favoring the Way of Beauty. The duties include supervising the Director of Religious Education, directing the Evangelical Catholic’s Reach More program (small group facilitation training), directing the RCIA program, developing and implementing a robust and comprehensive curriculum for ongoing adult faith formation—including parish-wide and smaller events/missions—, and forming and coordinating catechists and other parishioner-led programs for adult faith formation.

For more information, please click here.

Teacher, Lumen Christi Catholic High School (Anchorage, AK)

Lumen Christi Catholic High School in Anchorage, Alaska, is seeking highly qualified applicants to fill several full-time teacher vacancies in math, science, social studies, and English/language arts for the 2023-2024 school year.

·       The school year begins Thursday, August 11, 2023 and concludes Thursday, May 23, 2024.  

·       Expectations include teaching five separate classes with one preparation period. 

·       The classes will include a combination of both Junior High (7-8th grade) and High School (9-12th grade) courses. 

·       Candidates who are practicing Catholics and who possess a state teaching certificate are preferred. 

·       Candidates will take on the full role of instruction, grading, and preparation for each class, and will be expected to attend faculty meetings, professional development periods, and in-service days.  You can learn more about our school at  Please send resume and cover letter to Brian Ross at [email protected].

Evangelization Outreach Coordinator, Catalyst Catholic (Mt. St. Francis, IN)

Catalyst Catholic is seeking a full-time Evangelization Outreach Coordinator to engage the middle and high school youth of the New Albany Deanery. The primary role of the Outreach Coordinator is to work with and support adults within the New Albany Deanery who wish to accompany youth as they become active Disciples of Christ.
The Evangelization Outreach Coordinator provides primary leadership for the design and implementation of deanery-based ministry including training adult leaders and volunteers, implementing deanery-wide ministry events, and providing ongoing support to parish leaders in the area of youth ministry. Successful candidates must be able to minister to the ministers of local parishes.


  • Lead collaboration among New Albany Deanery parishes, parish staff members, and volunteers.
  • Recruit, train, and encourage volunteers in accordance with Safe Parish guidelines and best practices in youth ministry.
  • Plan, develop, and implement a schedule of ministry opportunities for the youth of the New Albany Deanery including but not limited to retreats, mission and service opportunities, small groups, and community-building events.
  • Collect, analyze, and evaluate available data as it pertains to youth ministry within the New Albany Deanery for programs effectiveness
  • Communicate with and respond to inquiries from New Albany Deanery parish staff members, youth, parents, and members of the community.
  • Assist staff members with weekly financial responsibilities including deposits, check requests, and reconciliation of accounts.
  • Manage social media accounts (Facebook and Instagram).
  • Provide the executive director with timely program activity reports, budget status, and evaluations.
  • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein as requested by the Executive Director.

Education, Training & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or youth ministry certifications desired, but not required.
  • 3+ years of experience desired in parish ministry fields such as youth ministry and/or faith formation of youth desired.

For more information, please contact Michelle Fessel.

Assistant Director for Pro-Life Communications, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

The Assistant Director for Pro-Life Communications plans and overseas the secretariat’s media and communications strategy and assists with the overall communications efforts of the secretariat, including: following relevant issues and media; planning & conducting press events; strategic public presentations, appearances, and Hill briefings; producing videos and writing op-eds, letters to the editor, educational articles, press releases and statements, and other materials; making use of social media, as well as traditional print outlets. Oversees secretariat’s websites, online advertising, and social media. Manages secretariat’s efforts with advertising and public relations firms.  Contributes to the Bishops’ strategic plan for the Conference.  Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

1.     Plans and oversees the promotion of secretariat’s programs & resources through a wide variety of platforms.

2.     Cultivates strategic opportunities to push out the bishops’ pro-life messaging. 

3.     Provides consultation on resource development and coordinates the distribution of video and other rich media resources in support of bishops’ pro-life policy & public education efforts.

4.     Establishes & maintains secretariat liaisons with writers, pro-life organizations, bloggers, and other media representatives. 

5.    Maintains a close working relationship with other appropriate USCCB staff offices involved in public policy matters, and, as necessary, works with them in preparation of statements and other public documents.

6.     Conducts research and analyzes public opinion statistics, commissioning polls, when needed, in support pro-life message development.

7.    Directs secretariat’s work with public relations firms and oversees related budget of one-half million dollars.

8.    Plans, coordinates, and conducts media events, in collaboration with Public Affairs and other offices.

9.    Serves as the secretariat’s communications point person, responding to media requests on abortion and related life issues.

10.    Directs development of advertising campaigns in various media for communicating the bishops’ pro-life message.

11.  Cultivates good working relationships with diocesan pro-life directors, state Catholic conference directors, and, when appropriate, key staff of national organizations involved in life-related public education and policy activities.

12.    Collaborates with other staff in building unity among Catholic leaders and organizations in support of the U.S. bishops’ efforts to defend life. 

13.    Provides key input in planning conferences and trainings sponsored by the secretariat.

Level: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred

Major Field/Specialty: Communications / Public Relations / Public Policy

Foreign Language Requirement: (if any) Spanish helpful but not required.

Interested candidates should send their resumes to Tom Grenchik at [email protected] and apply via the USCCB application site:

Principal, Our Lady’s Montessori School (Kansas City, MO)

Our Lady’s Montessori School is amidst a great season of growth and seeking to hire a Principal with educational background and a missionary spirit. We are looking for a dedicated Catholic with a basic knowledge of Montessori education and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and a passion to learn more. Qualities must include a deep love for the Catholic Faith, children and is willing to collaborate with the SOLT Sisters to help the Catholic Montessori identity and the SOLT Charism of the school thrive. Qualifications we are looking for: experience in the formation of children, management of faculty, strong organizational and leadership skills with strategic outlook and excellent written and verbal communication skills. We are looking for someone capable of building a strong educational program while being an avid promoter of the school in the community. $80K starting salary with strong incentives, for the right candidate. Bachelor’s degree or higher required.

Help lead our school through this exciting season of growth as we settle into our new location at 5809 Michigan Ave. in Kansas City MO!

How to Apply: Complete an application, and submit a cover letter and a resume to: [email protected]

Coordinator for the Center for Service, Mount St. Mary’s University (Emmitsburg, MD)

The Center for Service supports the Mount community and our community partners in educating students for just and compassionate engagement with the world through service to God and others. The Center helps faculty and staff to integrate service in ways that support student learning in four program areas: support for service-learning, service-oriented research, community-based learning co-curriculars, and building a culture of service.
The Center for Service Coordinator plays an essential role in support for service-learning, community-based learning co-curriculars, and building a culture of service. The Coordinator provides administrative and logistical support for service-learning curriculars and co-curriculars, coordinates the Special Olympics Fall Fest and spring Immersion Trips, and manages the Mount Table food pantry. The Center for Service Coordinator reports to the Director of the Center for Service.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Support service-learning for Center for Service programs, classes, and the Ethical Leadership program
    • Proactively identify assets and community-identified needs in northern Frederick County.
    • Maintain a community partner database on the Center for Service website.
    • Recommend community partners for service-learning classes.
    • Communicate with community partners in a consistent, professional, friendly, and transparent manner.
    • Manage the recruitment and application process for Center for Service programs and classes.
    • Arrange transportation for service trips and other community engagement activities, working closely with community and faculty partners.
    • Coordinate internship requirements with community partners and the Career Center.
    • Build and carry out assessments of service-learning for students and community partners.
  • Coordinate Special Olympics Fall Fest and Spring Immersion Trips
    • Communicate with community partners and Mount collaborators.
    • Manage the recruitment and application process for participants.
    • Be present during Special Olympics Fall Fest for set-up and day of event.
    • Serve as advisor for one spring break immersion trip.
    • Assist the Director in training student leaders.
  • Coordinate Mount Table, a free on-campus supplementary food resource with the mission to reduce food insecurity on campus.
    • Recruit and train volunteers to welcome guests during Mount Table drop-in hours.
    • Staff Mount Table during evening drop-in hours as needed.
    • Manage Mount Table inventory and alert the Director when food or hygiene products need to be replenished.
    • Follow procedures and ensure that volunteers follow procedures for collecting data, including safeguarding confidentiality.
    • Do outreach through social media, tabling, and educational events.
    • Collaborate with campus partners to coordinate food and hygiene product donation drives.

For more details, please click here.

Core Teaching Fellow, Mount St. Mary’s University (Emmitsburg, MD)

Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg Maryland is seeking to hire two full-time teaching fellows for its common, integrated, sequential interdisciplinary core curriculum. The positions will begin August 15, 2023. The fellowships will be a 1 year appointment, renewable for up to four years, contingent upon satisfactory evaluation.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

The teaching load will be 4-3.  Fellows will teach in the Mount’s First Year Symposium, the introductory course in the Mount’s core curriculum.  This course, which functions as students’ introduction to college level writing and research, draws on the reading of great authors to engage students in the questions, “What does it mean to be human?  What does it take to live significantly? And how are humans responsible to others?”  As part of the duties of teaching this course, instructors also serve as students’ academic advisors during the freshman year. 

The remaining load will be in one (or more) of the following courses in our common, sequential core: Origins of the West, Foundations of Philosophy, Atlantic Encounters: 1450-1850, Philosophy in the Modern Age, America in the World, Foundations of Theology, Encountering Christ, or Ethics and the Human Good. 

For additional details, please click here.

Acting Director of Campus Ministry, Mount St. Mary’s University (Emmitsburg, MD)

The Acting Director of Campus Ministry provides vision and administrative leadership to the Center for Campus Ministry and reports to the Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students. They will serve the students and staff in Campus Ministry to provide spiritual support and opportunities to grow in faith to the entire student body. The Acting Director of Campus Ministry is a fixed term full time role, with appointment expected for the duration of the FY’24 academic year (07/01/23 to 06/30/24).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee a comprehensive campus ministry program in the areas of faith and leadership formation of students.
  • Facilitate opportunities for spiritual development for Catholic students and students from other faith traditions.
  • Manage and utilize Campus Ministry budget, office space, and supplies to support office ministries and events.
  • Supervise Assistant Director and Campus Ministry Coordinator / Administrative Assistant and any other support staff to provide support and guidance in completion of administrative tasks in support of Campus Ministry.
  • Evaluate the quality of campus ministry programs and services as well as request student feedback in the evaluation.
  • Supervise student leaders and groups within Campus Ministry to provide formation empowering them to offer ministries and events on campus.
  • Collaborate with current university-wide initiatives, including Mount Inclusive Excellence and social justice initiatives.
  • Supervise and actively support retreat programs for students (e.g. Mountward Bound, semester retreats, and RCIA retreat).
  • Supervise FOCUS team director to provide vision, integration, and support for FOCUS missionaries in their apostolate.
  • Coordinate planning of events for the University calendar in cooperation with other offices and departments.
  • Supervise Pastoral Field Education (PFE) seminarians to guide them in their support of the various non-liturgical offerings of Campus Ministry (RCIA, fellowship, men’s ministry, etc.) and coordinate liturgical support from seminarians with University Chaplain.
  • Coordinate with seminarian Sport Chaplains to ensure the integration of their apostolate into the general non-liturgical ministry for students.
  • Approve scheduling of all liturgical events coordinated by Campus Chaplain.
  • Attend Directors Meetings in the Division of Student Life and serve as a member of the Student Life leadership team.
  • Participate and serve on campus wide committees as assigned.
  • Maintain confidentiality of information including, but not limited to proprietary information, student, and employee personal information, etc.

For the full job description, please click here.

Theology Teacher, Allentown Catholic High School (Allentown, PA)

Full Time Teacher will be responsible for classroom management, lesson planning, assessment and enrichment.
Catholic Theology background a must.
Official College Transcripts
Pastor’s Letter of Recommendation
PA Criminal History Check (no more than a yr. old)
PA Child Abuse Clearance (no more than a yr. old)
Fingerprint Registration ID (no more than a yr. old)
Three Letters of Reference
Pay: $26,000.00 – $38,000.00 per year

Dental insurance
Flexible spending account
Health insurance
Life insurance
Professional development assistance
Retirement plan
Tuition reimbursement

Questions may be directed to Kathleen Rasley, Theology Department chair, [email protected], or Margie Geist, [email protected], Director for Human Resources

Human Resources Generalist, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

General Duties:  Oversees the day to day operations of the Fringe Benefit Program which consists of Healthcare Coverage (medical, EAP, dental, vision & prescription), Educational Assistance,403(b) Plan, Defined Benefit Pension Plan, Life Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Plans.  

Number of Years Required: Bachelor’s degree; 5 years of HR generalist experience, experience working with benefit plans.   
Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.    

Interested candidates please email resume to [email protected].

Administrative Assistant, Basilica of St. Mary (Alexandria, VA)

This position reports to the Rector and Director of Operations. The receptionist/ Administrative Assistant position is a critical part of the parish environment welcoming new parishioners and being the first voice of outreach to those who call for Sacramental needs.

Duties include but are not limited to:
• Answer parish phones, receive parishioners, visitors, and deliveries.
• Process new parishioner family registration forms and welcome packets.
• Schedule Masses and write Mass cards.
• Coordinate apostolate events and event set-ups
• Act as liaison for technical support for other staff members
• Order office supplies

• Must be a practicing Catholic faithful to the teachings of the Magisterium
• A 2-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or more preferred
• Must enjoy working with people, have a cheerful disposition and be a team player
• Proficient in Microsoft Office products
This position is a full time non-exempt/hourly position with benefits. The office hours are 9-5pm Monday through Friday.

Send applications or inquiries to: [email protected]

About the Employer

Our parish, a Minor Basilica, was founded in 1795 in historic Old Town Alexandria and is the oldest Catholic parish in the Commonwealth of Virginia. We are part of the Diocese of Arlington and have over 3,000 registered families.

Program Manager, Office for Family Life, Archdiocese of Washington, DC

The mission of The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is to spread the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. In the faithful pursuit of this mission, the archdiocese is seeking a Program Manager of the Office of Family Life.

The Program Manager of the Office of Family Life serves the needs of the clergy and parishioners in building, strengthening, and supporting a culture of marriage and family life for evangelization in the Archdiocese of Washington through collaboration with archdiocesan clergy, leaders, and offices.
Duties and Responsibilities  
Recruit, develop and train teams of volunteers for parish family ministry.
Support NFP (Natural Family Planning) introduction and training
Coordinate marriage preparation and NFP planning classes.
Collaborate with other offices to promote and develop resources for NFP awareness week, anti-pornography awareness week, national marriage week, domestic violence awareness month, and grandparents’ day.
Assist in the planning of Family Life Office annual events.
Provide training for marriage enrichment and chastity education.
Collaborate with other diocesan offices in the service of parishes
Manage database of parish family life ministry contacts
Assist with creating and delivering regular communications.
Update content management for the Office of Family Life webpages in collaboration with the Secretariat of Communications.
Communicate initiatives of the Office of Family Life  
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience  
Practicing Catholic who supports the teachings of the Catholic Church
Excellent oral and written skills
Strong presentation skills
Able to work evenings and weekends
Spanish language skills
Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Office 365
Knowledge of social and digital media       
Education and Training  
College degree
Three to five years’ experience in parish ministry management/leadership

Please forward resume and cover letter to Lisa Calla-Russ

Athletic Program Coordinator (part-time), Saint Jerome Institute (Washington, DC)

St. Jerome Institute will be hiring an Athletic Director (Part-time) to grow our athletics program for the 2023-24 school year. At the St. Jerome Institute our goal is to form the whole person. Our robust athletic program combines the joy of competition, the discipline of training, and the harmony of teamwork to help our students come into their own as young men and women. SJI currently competes in the Maryland Independent Schools Athletic League.

The position is mostly remote, requiring physical presence at only a few events per year. The position requires strong organizational skills as well as the ability to clearly communicate with parents, students, and the league. This is an ideal position for a graduate student who wants to make some extra income but needs a flexible schedule.

Please submit a resume and brief cover letter to Andrew Shivone ([email protected]) by June 15.

Associate Director for Processing Operations, Office of Migration and Refugee Services, USCCB (Washington, DC)

The Associate Director, Processing Operations leads, guides, coordinates, and facilitates all functions and activities undertaken by the Processing Operations segment under the Reception and Placement (R&P) refugee resettlement program. The position oversees USCCB’s pre-arrival processing, family reunification, and Remote Placement program. Oversees the development of new placement locations including the opening of new affiliate offices and community partnerships. Provides day-to-day management of the processing team. Demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

Leads the Processing Operations Segment

· Provides overall guidance, leadership, and professional development to segment staff,

· Ensures periodic in-service training programs for segment staff, diocesan resettlement directors and other MRS staff are provided.

· Manages the workloads of segment staff and delegates work assignments as necessary.

Develops and Executes Processing Plans and Procedures

· Creates annual consolidated placement plans for refugee/SIV case placements across USCCB’s affiliate network; monitors and manages individual affiliate capacity, case placements, and actual arrivals within the R&P program.

· Monitors external and internal trends affecting the development of case placement plans.

· Oversees processing and placement operations to ensure that case processing and case placement strategies are effective and appropriate.

· Oversees development of and analysis of case placement and arrival trends.

· Develops policies and procedures and training pertaining to Processing Operations.

· Assesses the annual Report to Congress for refugee admissions to develop comprehensive guidance regarding annual admissions, case eligibility within the USRAP, Affidavit of Relationship (AOR) filing procedures, and USCCB placement needs, for dissemination to affiliates and USCCB resettlement staff.

· Oversees the development and execution of affiliate Placement Assessment surveys. · Leads in updating PRM on all R&P projection increases and decreases, notifying governmental partners of adjustments in the annual consolidated placement plan. 

Collaborates with External Partners 

· Leads USCCB’s affiliate expansion efforts, using data to inform outreach and engagement. 

· Liaises with other resettlement agencies on processing-related policy or procedural issues of mutual concern.

 · Liaises with PRM regarding case-specific issues and/or processing operations. 

· Represents USCCB/MRS within related refugee networks as required (conferences seminars, technical working groups). Ensures effective Information, Communications and Technological Systems are in place for network processing operations: 

· Coordinates with USCCB IT staff on database modifications required by funding agencies or designed to streamline resettlement activities. 

Education Level: Undergraduate degree required. Graduate degree preferred.

Major Field/Specialty: Public/Business Administration, Public Policy, Computer Technology, Social Sciences or related fields

For more information and to apply, please click here.

Principal, Bethlehem Catholic High School (Bethlehem, PA)

Bethlehem Catholic High School, located in Bethlehem, PA. is seeking is seeking a dynamic and innovative educational leader with a strong commitment to Catholic Education to serve as Principal effective July 1, 2023 for the 2023-24 school year. The Principal serves as the educational leader, responsible for managing the policies, regulations, and procedures to ensure that all students are supervised in a safe, traditional Catholic learning environment that meets the approved curricula and mission of the school.

The responsibilities of the Principal include:

  • Lead and direct its academic programs and work with the President of Catholic Mission and Identity with the religious programs.
  • Establish and promote high standards and expectations for all students and staff for academic performance and responsibility for behavior.
  • Reports to the Diocesan Superintendent of Catholic Education. Work with the President of Catholic Mission and Identity to guide and instruct the teachers to provide the spiritual atmosphere inherent in a traditional Catholic educational environment. With the President, the principal works in providing authentic Catholic religious education and is committed to the development of the faith life of the students and staff. The principal must provide witness and encourage the school community to express and teach authentic Catholic identity that should pervade the school.
  • Nurture both students and teachers to achieve their greatest potential academically, instructionally, and spiritually.
  • As the chief educational administrator at the school, the principal is responsible to implement and follow diocesan, local board, and school policies.
  • Manage, evaluate, and supervise effective and clear procedures for the operation and functioning of the school consistent with the philosophy, mission, values, and goals of the school including instructional programs, extracurricular activities, discipline systems to ensure a safe and orderly climate, building maintenance, program evaluation, personnel management, office operations, and emergency procedures. Ensure compliance with all laws, Diocesan, and civil regulations.
  • The Principal in working with the Board of Directors is responsible for the external affairs of the school to include ensuring sufficient resources, sound fiscal management, long-term financial stability, and facilities improvements through direct oversight of business affairs, operations, and advancement programs.
  • Supervise all aspects of the school’s operation, including facilities maintenance/operations, food service, transportation, fund-raising, enrollment, and tuition.
  • Represent the school to all its constituents, including faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, neighbor, and business communities.


· Practicing Catholic with a commitment to the principles of Catholic education

  • Master’s Degree in Education or School Administration
  • Principal certification or ability to obtain within 1 year
  • 5 years of experience in school administration
  • Demonstrated successful budgetary and fiscal management
  • Leadership and public relations ability

Please submit application, resume, background clearances, appropriate certifications, salary history with cover letter by Monday, May 22, 2023 to:

Bethlehem Catholic High School
Attn: Mr. Tom Donchez
2133 Madison Avenue
Bethlehem, PA 18017-4699
Or email the same to:  [email protected]

Various Positions, The Northwest Center (Washington, DC)

The Northwest Center seeks to promote the dignity of women and a respect for all human life. We seek to accomplish this goal by offering the loving support and comprehensive aid necessary to enable all women to continue their pregnancies, deliver healthy babies, and adequately care for themselves and their children.

Current job openings are:

Pregnancy Center Director

The Northwest Center in Washington, DC seeks a full-time Pregnancy Center Program Director, to supervise all client services and programs reporting to the Executive Director. Key job elements include: providing direct services to pregnant women and families with young children in need, supervising and coordinating volunteers, and managing the day to day operations of the Pregnancy Center Program. Qualified candidates will have a passion for providing life affirming assistance to those facing an unplanned pregnancy, and have the ability to lead and work with staff and volunteers and the Board of Directors to support the pro-life mission of the center. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Please send resume and cover letter to Susan; [email protected]

Development Director

The Northwest Center seeks a Development Director to develop and implement fundraising strategies for a small nonprofit Pregnancy Center and Maternity Home in Washington, DC ($300,000 annual budget). Fundraising duties include: building and maintaining donor relationships, public speaking, event planning, social media management and grant writing.  The ideal candidate will have relevant fundraising experience, excel in oral and written communication, be passionate about the pro-life mission, and help to raise new donors as well as sustain current donations. A full job description can be found here. Please send resume and cover letter to [email protected]

Maternity Home Resident Live-In Staff

The Northwest Center’s Maternity Home in Washington, DC is seeking a female live-in staff to provide evening supervision for 3-4 pregnant women and their children.  Transitional home located in Adams Morgan. Requires a professional with a pro-life commitment, ability to live together in community, excellent communication skills and ability to maintain boundaries. Part-time position; salary includes room, parking space and monthly stipend. Please send a cover letter and resume to Susan Gallucci at [email protected]

Theology Teacher, Bishop Ireton High School (Alexandria, VA)

Bishop Ireton High School is seeking a full-time Theology teacher for the 2023-2024 school year at our campus in Alexandria, Virginia.  Candidates should be able to teach coursework based on the USCCB Curriculum.

Candidates will:

  • demonstrate professionalism in a collaborative environment
  • have strong communication skills
  • possess a bachelor’s degree in Theology and/or Philosophy; master’s degree preferred
  • possess or be willing to obtain a Virginia teaching license or VCEA license
  • possess U.S. citizenship, residency or work visa required
  • be a practicing Catholic in good standing

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with three professional references, current resume, and written personal philosophy of education in a Catholic school environment to Tina Becker, Manager of Administrative Services, at [email protected] and should complete an application with the Diocese of Arlington’s Office of Catholic Schools at

Candidates also must:

  • Must be willing to undergo a background check and take required in-person Virtus training

About Bishop Ireton

Bishop Ireton, a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory high school in historic Alexandria, Virginia, began its proud heritage of academic excellence in 1964. The school offers a challenging environment and outstanding quality of life, both in academics and co-curricular activities, with a three-tiered focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), humanities and fine arts. The spirit of community service and giving back is central to the school’s mission. Bishop Ireton’s quality is reflected in its distinguished faculty and staff, who take great pride in seeing every graduate head to college – often to the most prestigious universities and service academies.

Theology Teacher, St. Vincent Pallotti High School (Laurel, MD)

St. Vincent Pallotti is a coed, college preparatory high school of 450 students with a diverse student body, located in the historical district of Laurel, MD. In 2021, Pallotti celebrated its 100th anniversary of providing Catholic education to Laurel and the surrounding regions. As a school, our strengths are our family-like atmosphere and our commitment to providing the widest possible array of curricular and extracurricular programs in a small school environment.

Pallotti is seeking a high school religion teacher who is passionate about the spiritual and intellectual development of students. We are looking for someone who is able to engage with and clearly communicate the faith to a diverse mix of Catholic and non-Catholic students. A candidate should be faithful to both the moral and the social doctrines of the Church, but understand that both of those flow from the saving work of Jesus Christ. Helping our students come into relationship with Christ is paramount in our work.

Pallotti’s religion curriculum includes the following courses:

(i) Foundations of Faith & Scripture

(ii) The Mission of Jesus & the Church

(iii) Church History & Sacraments

(iv) Ethics: Catholic Moral & Social Teaching

We presently have some flexibility in which courses will be taught by our new teacher. Teaching assignments will be based on the candidate’s areas of strength, interest, and experience, balanced with the needs of the department.

The ideal candidate will possess/be:

  • Practicing, faithful Catholic (Roman or Eastern rite) with a strong foundation in Catholic theology and ongoing faith formation.
  • Bachelor’s degree in theology or a related field; a master’s degree is preferred.
  • Understanding of the mission and values of St. Vincent Pallotti High school.
  • Collaborate with the Religion Department on campus initiatives.
  • Assist Campus Minister in the planning and execution of retreats, monthly masses, prayer services and service trips/opportunities.
  • Experience teaching in an independent school setting preferred.
  • Genuine enthusiasm, personal warmth, and high energy level.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to develop positive and professional relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Excellent active listening, organizational and presentation skills.
  • Strong technology skills for use in instruction and professional tasks.
  • A desire to be a part of an active, exciting high school environment.

Teaching experience is preferred, but not required. This is a full-time, 10 month position, beginning in late August for the 2023-2024 school year.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Please submit a cover letter along with your resume to:  [email protected]

Associate Director of the Office of Family Life, Archdiocese of Washington, DC

The mission of The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is to spread the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. In the faithful pursuit of this mission, the archdiocese is seeking an Associate Director of the Office of Family Life.

The Associate Director of the Office of Family Life serves the needs of the clergy and parishioners in building, strengthening, and supporting a culture of marriage and family life for evangelization in the Archdiocese of Washington through collaboration with archdiocesan clergy, leaders and offices.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruit, develop and train teams of volunteers for parish family ministry.
  • Support NFP (Natural Family Planning) introduction and training
  • Manage database of parish family life ministry contacts
  • Collaborate with other offices to promote and develop resources for NFP awareness week
  • Assist with creating and delivering regular communications
  • Update content management for our websites in collaboration with the Secretariat of Communications.
  • Communicate initiatives of the Office of Family Life
  • Coordinate marriage preparation and NFP planning classes
  • Assist in the planning of Family Life Office annual events
  • Provide training for marriage enrichment and chastity education
  • Collaborate with other diocesan offices in the service of parishes

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

  • Practicing Catholic who supports the teachings of the Catholic Church
  • Excellent oral and written skills
  • Strong presentation skills
  • Able to work evenings and weekends
  • Spanish language skills
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite
  • Knowledge of social and digital media

Education and Training

  • College degree
  • Three to five years’ experience in parish ministry management/leadership

Please forward resume and cover letter to Lisa Calla-Russ [email protected]

Men’s Campus Minister and Development Officer, University of Maryland Catholic Campus Ministry (College Park, MD)

The men’s campus minister and development officer will be responsible for promoting the mission and vision of the Catholic Student Center on the University of Maryland-College Park.   

Principle Expectations:

  • Practicing Roman Catholic in good standing
  • Has a thorough knowledge and understanding of the teachings of the Catholic Church and its traditions.
  • Has a personal prayer life
  • Able to develop and implement programming that meets needs of student community and is consistent with mission of Catholic Student Center
  • Able to find, meet, and follow up with supporters.
  • Weekly meetings with Chaplain, Campus Minister, and Development Director 

Campus Minister 

(30/hrs a week during the school year, 10 hrs./week during the summer and winter breaks)

As a campus minister, under the direction of the chaplain, develops, organizes, and executes mission oriented towards students, staff, and faculty of the university.  The mission and efforts of the campus minister is ultimately geared towards meeting the following goals identified by the USCCB in its pastoral letter on campus ministry, Empowered by the Spirit:  developing the faith community, appropriating the Catholic faith, forming the Christian conscience, educating for justice, facilitating personal development, and calling forth and developing the gifts of community leaders.  The campus minister supports the mission statement, core values and pillars of leadership of the Catholic Student Center.  

Development Officer

(30 hrs./week during summer and winter breaks, 10 hrs./week during the school year)

Development Officer’s primary task is to find, meet, and follow up with supporters and alumni of the Catholic Student Center through one-on-one engagements.  

            The following duties include:

  • Raises awareness and support for the ongoing needs, mission, and vision of the Catholic Student Center
  • Meets with potential donors inviting them to join the ministry team through prayer and donations.
  • Follows up with current donors with notes, phone calls, newsletters, and visits.
  • Open to being further taught and formed in fundraising as ministry.
  • Assist in the planning and execution of donor events such as Catholic Terps on Tour, alumni events, retreats, and mission trips.  
  • Assist in the planning of the vision of the Catholic Student Center
  • Assists in maintaining donor database.
  • Assists in annual mailings. 

Please click here for a full job description and application instructions.

Assistant Professor of Theology, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry (Rochester, NY)

St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, a Roman Catholic graduate school, is seeking applications for a full-time faculty position in Theology with the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in Fall 2023. The initial contract is for two years with possibility of renewal or conversion to a tenure track position.
The successful applicant will hold a degree (Ph.D. or S.S.D. or S.T.D. preferred, ABD or S.S.L. or S.T.L. considered) in either Sacred Scripture or Historical Theology. Areas of competency are open. The successful candidate will teach a series of courses in the School’s graduate programs, including several that play a key role in the Permanent Diaconate and Pre-Theologate formation programs. A record of successful undergraduate or graduate teaching and scholarly theological activity is expected. Duties include a 3/3 course load (across multiple modes of delivery, including in-person and blended/hybrid), continued professional and scholarly development, dedicated student advisement, and active service to the School and its mission.
St. Bernard’s encourages applications from those who are able to commit to the School’s mission to educate and assist women and men in academic, ministerial, pastoral, and spiritual formation in accord with Ex Corde Ecclesiae. The successful candidate will be expected to petition the local bishop for the mandatum. Women and candidates from historically underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.
Candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching excellence, example of scholarly writing, and three professional references to [email protected] (PDF format required). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, located in Rochester, New York, is a Roman Catholic graduate and professional school educating and assisting women and men in academic, ministerial, interpersonal, and spiritual formation for the purpose of serving the Church through various forms of ministry, for theological scholarship, and for Christian service in society. The School serves students locally in upstate New York and welcomes students from across the country via its distance education program, which privileges the development of live engagement of the sources of faith together as a community. St. Bernard’s operates under the original charter of the New York State Department of Education. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the US and Canada, St. Bernard’s offers the Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies, the Master of Arts in Theological Studies, the Master of Divinity (M.Div.), and the Master of Arts in Catholic Philosophy, as well as several graduate certificate programs. For more information about the institution, please visit
St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry assumes a Ministerial Exception.

Priest Chaplain, Bishop Blanchet High School (Seattle, WA)

Bishop Blanchet is a Catholic, college preparatory high school established by the Archbishop of Seattle. Rooted in Gospel Values, we educate students within a challenging, positive and diverse learning environment. We inspire students to transform the world around them through a lifelong commitment to faith, scholarship and service.

School Background and Position Overview:

Founded in 1954, Bishop Blanchet High School (BBHS) is a community of approximately 940 students, 125 faculty and staff, and over 15,000 alumni.   As an Archdiocesan high school located in north Seattle, BBHS is blessed by dozens of local Catholic grade schools and parishes – as well as many families in public and private schools seeking a Catholic high school education.  The result is a student body that is currently 72% Catholic and 28% of other faith backgrounds.

On their spiritual journey through Bishop Blanchet, all students complete four years of coursework in Theology, participate in annual service commitments and retreats designed for all grade levels, and assemble for regular experiences of liturgy and prayer in all-school and other smaller settings.  We seek a full-time priest chaplain to deepen our ministry in all of these areas working most closely with school administration, a five member campus ministry team, a ten member Theology department, and many other faculty, staff, coaches and moderators.

At Bishop Blanchet High School we strive to embody the example of Jesus Christ and live out Gospel Values by employing empathy, finding dignity in all people, fostering a true sense of community, and calling everyone to seek their unique, God-given potential.  The ideal priest chaplain would have experience working with high school aged students – embodying the “accompaniment” model encouraged by Pope Francis – meeting young adults where they are and walking with them on their spiritual journey to deepen their understanding of God’s love for them and their call to bring His love to all of creation.

A priest chaplain will be instrumental in our work to engage Catholic students toward a more mature and lived experience of their faith and, at the same time, engage all students, regardless of faith background, with an invitation to move deeper into their spiritual growth through a connection to God’s love, the example of Christ in the Gospel, and the rituals and traditions of our Catholic faith.  

As described in the essential functions of the position below, we seek a priest chaplain to celebrate the Sacraments, ensure Catholic identity, teach Theology, and provide spiritual and pastoral formation to our community.

Essential Functions: 

  1. In collaboration with the President, Principal, and Director of Campus Ministry, ensure that the Catholic mission and identity of the school is sustained and continuously strengthened. 
  2. Serves as member of the Campus Ministry team led by the Director of Campus Ministry.
  3. Participates in the planning of and presides at school liturgies and sacramental celebrations. This includes regular weekly/daily masses; periodic all school gatherings; athletic events and athletic prayer/chapel; student activities; retreat liturgies and faculty in-service masses. 
  4. Engages and involves students in the preparation of liturgies, retreats, and service programs.  Supports student and faculty retreat preparation by working with retreat teams to develop talks, prayers, liturgies, and programming.
  5. Teaches 1-2 classes per semester in the Theology Department and supports  sacramental preparation and other lessons across the department (e.g. Sacrament of Reconciliation, vocations).
  6. Provides spiritual direction and pastoral counseling to students and faculty on an on-going basis and in response to crisis.
  7. Works with the campus ministry team to support on-going faculty and staff formation programs.  
  8. Provides morning prayer and reflection over Public Address (PA) for the entire school as part of the overall schedule for morning prayer that is developed by the Director of Campus Ministry.
  9. Offers the availability of regular Reconciliation opportunities and organizes Reconciliation liturgies (at least two times per year), arranges for visiting clergy, and presides at the service.
  10. Serves as a theological and pastoral consultant to the Board of Directors, administration, faculty, staff, coaches and moderators. 
  11. Works on select projects with the Admissions and Development Departments.
  12. Reports to the President and works on select projects including strategic and campus planning and, in particular, as a consultant to sacred art and Catholic identity across campus.

Requirements and Qualifications: 

  • Roman Catholic Priest in good standing (required documentation from superior listed below)
  • Experience teaching and additional language proficiency preferred

For full details and to apply, please click here.

Program Associate for the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

In June, the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities will have an opening for a full-time Program Associate to work at the USCCB. This person needs to be a practicing Catholic who embraces and promotes the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church in every aspect of their work. Under the supervision of the Associate Director, the Program Associate is responsible for the front line / public face of the Secretariat through websites, social media, email, and phone triage. In collaboration with other Secretariat staff, the Program Associate also coordinates programs, tracks media, drafts content, and provides administrative support to other professional staff.

An undergraduate degree or equivalent is required and a background in theology, public policy, bioethics, communications, and/or graphic design is preferred.

Candidates should have:

  • Awareness and understanding of, and commitment to, the Catholic Church’s theology, structure, and hierarchy.
  • Familiarity with major life-related issues in the U.S.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel), Adobe Photoshop (or other design programs), online communications tools (Constant Contact, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.), and analytics tools (such as Google analytics).
  • Familiarity with website content management systems.
  • Ability to communicate in ways that are articulate and persuasive.
  • Ability to assist/conduct research projects.
  • Strong writing and editing skills.
  • Planning, time management, and organizational skills.

Interested candidates can send their resumes to Tom Grenchik at [email protected].

Program Coordinator, Office of Cultural Diversity and Outreach, Archdiocese of Washington, DC

The mission of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington is to spread the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.   In the faithful pursuit of this mission, the archdiocese is seeking a Program Coordinator for the Office of Cultural Diversity and Outreach.

The Program Coordinator of the Office of Cultural Diversity and Outreach will be responsible to support increasing the vitality of the cultural diversity of the Archdiocese of Washington. Responsibilities include coordination of engagement and outreach programs in support of increasing multiculturalism in the Archdiocese of Washington. The Program Coordinator will support outreach efforts, annual Masses, ethnic celebrations, and formation activities across the archdiocese, with particular attention on those activities that promote engagement and evangelization in the Black Catholic community. The Program Coordinator provides administrative support for the OCDO.

  • Supports the creation, socialization, and implementation of the annual OCDO pastoral plan.
  • Supports coordination of Archdiocesan liturgies and celebrations that highlight the gifts of our culturally diverse communities.
  • Coordinator for parishes, groups and committees that work with culturally diverse communities. 
  • Coordinator for the OCDO Black Catholic ministry ensuring that the ministry program is robust and in alignment with the annual Pastoral Plan.
    • Coordinator for the Black Catholic Committee meetings and activities
    • Advocate for, and be a bridge to, resources that improve the spiritual and social needs of Black Catholics and joining those needs with the mission of the entire archdiocese.
    • Identify, recommend, and procure resources and materials to support and revitalize Black Catholic ministry.
    • Coordinator for ADW participation with local and national organizations that support Black Catholic ministry.
  • Support planning and coordination for archdiocesan and national gatherings to support multicultural communities.
  • Assist with the development of materials to include brochures and toolkits in support of the Pastoral Plan and other archdiocesan initiatives.
  • Prepare material for social media platforms that educate and inform parishioners about cultural diversity within the archdiocese; coordinate postings on social media using a pastoral voice.
  • Provide assistance with research, writing and design of educational and pastoral materials.
  • Support programs for evangelization and outreach to diverse communities throughout the archdiocese.
  • Support the identification of leaders in our ethnic communities, develop mechanisms for ongoing and regular communication.
  • Analyze and report annual parish statistical data, related to census and Sacraments, for culturally diverse parishes to enhance advice and support provided to APC leadership and Pastors.
  • Coordinate and disseminate monthly OCDO submissions via ADW communications (ie: ADW publications, Parish Briefings, Clergy News, Friday Update and Flock Notes).

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Outstanding human relations skills and ability to work well with others.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively handle difficult situations.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Effective team player with strong interpersonal, communication and customer service skills.
  • Effective multi-tasker
  • Able to work with time-sensitive deadlines.
  • Must be able to handle confidential and sensitive information.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Power Point)

Education and Experience

  • Must be a practicing Catholic who supports the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field (Theology, Marketing, Communications) or an equivalent combination of education/experience.
  • Three to five years of experience in church ministry or nonprofit program administration capacity.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office and social media

Please email Lisa Calla-Russ ([email protected]) with your resume and letter of interest.

Theology Teacher, St. Ambrose Academy (Madison, WI)

We are looking for a full-time teacher of Religion / Theology to join our team of committed educators as we strive to assist parents in the formation of their children through a classical education rooted in the Catholic faith. Preference will be given to those who can teach in multiple disciplines to different grade levels. Those interested in part- or three-quarter time positions are also encouraged to apply. Preference will also be given to those who have some training in Latin.

Work Environment

St. Ambrose Academy is a 6–12 grade private Catholic classical academy located in Madison, Wisconsin with a rapidly growing student body and a vibrant Catholic community.

  • Daily prayer, regular access to the Eucharist and Confession
  • Emphasis on formation of the whole person
  • Respectful students and supportive families

Benefit Highlights

  • Academy pays 100% of premiums for health insurance, life insurance, and disability
  • Direct primary care option with local Catholic clinic
  • FSA and IRA match
  • 90% tuition reduction for children attending the Academy
  • Professional development


A bachelor’s or master’s degree in a related field of study is required. Teaching experience is preferred, particularly training in classical education, but training will be provided for the right applicant.

The candidate must be a practicing Catholic, willing to make an Oath of Fidelity to the Magisterium, whose life of faith serves as an example to our students and families.

Candidates must demonstrate excellent organizational, written, and verbal communication skills; be adaptable to the classical classroom; be able to contribute to curriculum development; and demonstrate a desire to share their gifts and talents with the students and administration of the school.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter and resume with three professional references to Dr. John P. Joy at: [email protected]

St. Ambrose Academy also currently has openings in English, Latin, Math, Science, Music, and Physical Education. Please see the school website for details.

Marriage Catechumenate Coordinator, Archdiocese of New York, NY

The Marriage Catechumenate Coordinator of the Archdiocese of New York Office of Family Life will work directly with the Director to plan, organize, implement, manage, and update the marriage catechumenate process.


Ensuring that the marriage catechumenate process is in place for the Archdiocese of New York. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinating the development and successful implementation of the Marriage Catechumenate Process, ensuring that all facets of the process are developed, communicated, and successfully executed and maintained.
  • Coordinating the documentation of all policies and procedures for every marriage-related program
  • Seeking innovative ways to promote the marriage catechumenate process.
  • Working with the Director and staff developing and managing a plan for venues for various gatherings
  • Directing the implementation and management of appropriate registration and management systems
  • Along with the Director and/or other designated staff, interviewing and vetting all presenter couples and marriage-related volunteers
  • Assisting with necessary training (clergy, laity, etc.).
  • Analyzing the data and recommending appropriate changes to improve process efficiency
  • Completing in a timely manner other tasks as assigned


  • A practicing Catholic who accepts and is willing to abide by and give personal witness to authentic Church teachings, particularly on issues relating to the Office’s mission to promote respect for human life, family and marriage, chastity, and human sexuality
  • Ability to articulate the core teachings of the Catholic Faith as handed on through Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and the Magisterium of the Church. Good knowledge of Church teaching particularly on issues regarding marriage and family, the theology of the body, and life issues.
  • Able to support the Family Life Office’s mission to respect all human life, in particular the most vulnerable


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry, Religious Studies, or Education. Master’s Degree (preferred)
  • Strong technology skills with proficiency in using all Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel PowerPoint, Outlook) and project management software
  • Ability to work with Data Systems and Programming personnel to create and use database
  • Ability to work within the complex ecclesial structure of the Catholic Church.
  • Ability to work collaboratively within diverse groups to build teams, develop and maintain relationships, negotiate decisions, solve complex people-centric problems, and resolve conflict.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.
  • Be willing to travel throughout the archdiocese and to collaborate with departments and agencies within the chancery, the archdiocese and beyond.

Compensation range for this position is: $65-75k.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:

[email protected]

NOTE: The Archdiocese of New York’s Office of Family Life is also hiring for the following positions: Married Couples Evangelization Coordinator and Family Life Initiatives Coordinator. Information about both positions can be found on the Archdiocesan Careers page.

Communications Manager, March for Life Education and Defense Fund (Washington, DC)

The March for Life Education and Defense Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that coordinates the world’s largest annual pro-life event and civil protest, and a growing state march initiative. Through these events we represent the collective voice of Pro-Life Americans on Capitol Hill, in mainstream media, and on social media year round. The organization is seeking to hire a Communications Manager. Based in Washington D.C., a few blocks from the White House, this full-time hybrid position will report to the Executive Director.
Position Summary:
As Communications Manager, you will have the ability to impact history on behalf of unborn children. Working in close conjunction with our strategic marketing firm, drafting copy, website and digital assets management, and brand identity are key components of this mid-level position. The Communications Manager will work closely with the Vice President of Government Affairs to ensure our legislative and state march goals are effectively communicated with the broader pro-life community and March for Life audience through a variety of communication mediums. The Communications Manager will oversee the Grassroots Project Manager (a part-time position) and Social Media Coordinator (full-time) and will report to the Executive Director.
• Act as point of contact for PR firm and media, including assisting with regular meeting (twice a week), conducting follow-up research and project management as necessary on media-related matters. Assist Senior staff in preparing for media interviews, including talking points, and conduct media interviews as appropriate. (President is primary spokesperson, but you will assist in this area)
• Strategically manage and build overall marketing strategy for email, print and social media campaigns for the State March and National March for Life programs. You will primarily perform this responsibility through managing and supporting your team, including the Social Media Coordinator, and Grassroots Project Manager.
• Collaborate with the Vice President of Government Affairs on developing best messaging for use in legislative advocacy campaigns, media, and communications with elected officials.
• Collaborate with the Director of Development on best communications strategies, and development of digital campaigns.
• Take lead on content writing and copywriting for communication and development campaigns, including digital and print materials.
• With your team, analyze data to get smart insights and suggest methods for improvements on email, texting and social media.
• Work alongside website consultants to manage day to day website operations, including updating pages and analyzing web traffic, and/or work with your team to oversee this.
• Oversee promotional campaigns and sponsorships assets for the State March and National March for life, including theme videos, event programs, hotel
signage, ads, merchandise, etc.
• Manage brand strategy, including the development of the March for Life theme.
Qualification Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations, or relevant field.
• Strong knowledge of communication practices and techniques.
• 5+ years of experience in a similar role.
• Highly organized with impeccable attention to detail.
• Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
• Must be able to multitask and work well under pressure.
• An ability to work under tight deadlines.
• Passion for building a culture of life within a small, collaborative pro-life organization.
Preferred Qualifications:
• 3+ years of experience managing social media.
• Experience with website management and design.
• Experience with Mailchimp or other email marketing platforms.
Please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample of 500-750 words and the names and contact information for (2) references to our Director of Operations at [email protected]. The application deadline is Friday, March 31, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

Associate Director for Policy: Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

As staff to the Committee for Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth the Associate Director has the responsibility to develop and implement policies, in collaboration with the Office for Government Relations and other USCCB policy offices, which promote and protect marriage and family life as the fundamental living cell of society. Additionally, the Associate Director serves as LMFLY’s point person contributing to the Church’s policy response to gender ideology. The Associate Director is solely responsible to the Executive Director, and through that relationship to the Committee Chairman. The Associate Director contributes to the bishops’ strategic plan, demonstrates willingness and ability to understand, respect and contribute to the USCCB mission, and to fulfill job duties in accordance with its Catholic identity.

Education Level: Masters or Juris Doctorate, MA Public Policy, or related graduate degree/professional certification Major Field/Specialty: Public policy, theology, law

Other Specialized Training: (i.e., word processing, personal computer, knowledge of Catholic Church, etc.)

  • A sound understanding of Catholic teaching, church structures, and practices.
  • Public policy experience and knowledge of assigned policy area and related areas.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency in technological aspects of office life, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, e-mail, Internet, etc.

Type and Nature of Professional Experience:

  • Experience with legislative process.
  • Public policy development and advocacy on life and dignity, marriage and family issues or related areas.
  • Knowledge of the theological foundations to the Church’s public policy positions
  • Problem solving and articulating complex situations persuasively.
  • Following established policies and procedures.
  • Effectively collaborating with peers, colleagues, and others to achieve mission goals and objectives.

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops office is in Northeast Washington, DC near The Basilica and campus of Catholic University of America, just blocks from the Brookland stop on the red line. USCCB offers a fantastic suite of benefits to include medical, dental, and vision insurance, parental leave, tuition assistance, 403(b) contributions, and free parking to those who commute by vehicle. USCCB offers the ability to work remotely two days a week. Number of Years Required: Five to six years of related work experience.

For further information please visit:

Montessori Primary Guide, John XXIII Montessori Center (Front Royal, VA)

Job Purpose
Joyfully live the Mission of John XXIII.
Be a witness to Jesus Christ and live according to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
Model courteous and respectful behavior, and contribute to a warm, supportive, and calm atmosphere.

Tuesdays through Fridays, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., plus school activities outside of regular days and hours

Reports to
The Executive Director

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to)
Guide the children’s efforts and activities in unfolding their natural developmental abilities.
Plan and implement a Montessori curriculum. Prepare daily and give appropriate presentations following Montessori training and materials.
Use Transparent Classroom, our electronic record-keeping system, to plan lessons and track children’s progress.
Supervise children. Facilitate a respectful environment for children and adults by observing the needs of children, assisting with the children’s development of independence, advocating conflict resolution, and giving Grace and Courtesy lessons.
Cultivate classroom leadership and self-discipline among the students.
Establish and maintain a prepared environment.
Lead the Primary Assistant (or any adult in the classroom) with charity and clear expectations. Provide ongoing training as necessary. Give daily instructions on needs and assist in the resolution of challenges.
Evaluate the Primary Assistant’s work annually.
Collaborate with the Primary Assistant to restore the environment after each session.
Communicate daily with the Primary Assistant about classroom issues, including discipline, learning, health, and material needs.
Meet regularly with the Primary Assistant to discuss goals for the class and individual children.
Ensure respectful and open lines of communication with parents. Be available to parents through written communication, conferences, and parent enrichment in Montessori philosophy.
Proactively share their children’s progress with parents and promptly respond to their questions and concerns.
Assess prospective children when applications are received.
Actively and positively promote John XXIII, its mission, and the community.
Assist the Executive Director in hiring a classroom Assistant, providing input before a final decision is made.
Have a growth mindset, always looking for opportunities to improve your professional craft.
Attend parent enrichment meetings, parent/teacher conferences, open houses, faculty meetings, and other activities scheduled outside of regular Center hours.
Dress in appropriate business casual attire.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Nicholas Fonte at [email protected].

Principal, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School (Fairfield, CT)

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is located in Fairfield, Connecticut, between the cities of Bridgeport and Stamford. Fairfield has more than 59,000 residents but maintains a small-town feeling–diverse neighborhoods with their own character and flair, and many active civic associations. Beaches, marinas, parks, open space, and plenty of shopping and fine dining, all within 50 miles of New York City, make Fairfield a top community in the Northeast.

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School was built in 1921. The original building is a three storied structure now housing our Grades 1-4, as well as our art room, computer lab, and faculty room. The next addition, which was built in 1955, was a single story addition now housing the Pre-K, Kindergarten, Grades 5-6, Library Media Center, Science lab, and the school offices. In 2000, the parish of St. Thomas Aquinas had a major capital campaign and built a gymnasium, multipurpose room and middle school classrooms. In the fall of 2006, the parish and school of St. Thomas Aquinas had a capital campaign called “Growing to Greatness’: In 2007, a state-of-the-art Science lab was built in the summer, and a new playground with climbing wall was installed in the spring. The school also has a state of the art computer lab. In addition, the new library-media center opened in the spring of 2009. The library-media center has a positive impact on the opportunities the students have to find and use information wisely, master technology skills, think critically, and learn independently. The facilities are continually undergoing improvements, modernizing, and changing with the support of our active parish and parent population.

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School is a fully accredited elementary/middle school with approximately 325 students in Pre-K through 8th grade. The school provides an
environment rich in academic, spiritual and emotional learning. The school day begins at 7:50 a.m. and ends at 2:10 p.m.

The curriculum consists of a basic course load designed to provide an effective foundation for higher learning. With a strong focus on language arts, math, and science, the curriculum also integrates religion, humanities, history, and foreign languages into the daily routine. In addition, physical education, art, and computer science classes are spread throughout the week. Upper grades are departmentalized, with an advanced track in the math department. Kindergarten students participate in a full school day comprised of a highly successful phonics based pre-reading program, an introduction to math concepts, simple science units, field trips, music, art, and religious education. Kindergartners are promoted to first grade with a high level of reading readiness. In recent standardized tests, including the Iowa Skill Tests, our students scored well above the national average. St. Thomas Aquinas graduates are accepted and excel at the most respected high schools in the area, including: Convent of the Sacred Heart, Fairfield Prep, Greens Farm Academy, Hopkins, Lauralton Hall, Notre Dame of Fairfield, Notre Dame of West Haven, Regis, St. Joseph High School, and Sacred Heart Academy.

The St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School Principal is the leader of the school and is appointed by the Bishop of the Diocese of Bridgeport, reports to the Superintendent of Schools and works collaboratively with the Pastor, School Advisory Board, (SAB) and Home School Association, (HSA). The highest priority of the Principal is the building of a Christian community of faith that provides for the spiritual, moral, educational, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical needs of the students in the school.

For a full job description and to apply, please click here.

Principal, St. Catherine of Siena School (Trumbull, CT)

Founded in 1965, St. Catherine of Siena School has been successfully shaping the lives of young children from preschool through middle school, for many years. SCSS is
purposefully a small school, fostering close personal connections between students and their peers and students and the adult role models. The faculty is intentional in
the ways that they work with children to build a sense of community and to help them understand their role within this Catholic community.

Today a faith based curriculum is the foundation for the school’s academic excellence, complemented with state-of-the-art instructional technology as well as advanced science and math programming. Consistent with other Catholic schools in Fairfield County with US Department of Education Blue Ribbon designation, the school’s academic program includes curriculum mapping, differentiated instruction, and ongoing faculty professional development to ensure students continue to meet and exceed state proficiency tests in reading and math. We continue to actively work on its mission and rigorous curriculum that is designed to support the needs of 21stcentury students.

One of the major innovations that we have embraced in our educational mission is the use of “personalized blended learning.” Simply put, this model blends traditional classroom instruction with an online diagnostic set of tools that allow teachers to understand the mechanics of how each student learns (personalized approach), allowing the teacher to give direct assistance in those areas that a student may find challenging, all the while allowing the same student to excel in areas that he or she can understand easily.

SCSS encourages the children to develop their unique gifts and talents intellectually, physically, and spiritually. They build upon their individual strengths, basic skills, and knowledge to help each child reach their potential. In addition to the curriculum, the academic week is enriched by classes in world language, art, music, and physical education. They begin every day with prayer, attend Mass together regularly, and provide opportunities for classes to engage in prayer services.

In all grade levels, students develop knowledge of Sacred Scripture, Sacraments, Catholic Doctrine, Liturgy and Worship. Students learn firsthand how to live a life of service to God by participating in school wide community service projects that extend to organizations as well as the greater global community.

The St. Catherine of Siena School Principal is the leader of the school and is appointed by the Bishop of the Diocese of Bridgeport, reports to the Superintendent of Schools and works collaboratively with the Pastor, School Advisory Board (SAB), and Home School Association (HSA). The highest priority of the Principal is the building of a Catholic community of faith that provides for the spiritual, moral, educational, intellectual, aesthetical, emotional, social, and physical needs of the students in the school.

For a full job description and to apply, please click here.

Associate Professor of John Paul II Studies, University of St. Thomas (Houston, TX)

The University of St. Thomas (UST), a private Catholic University committed to the liberal arts and the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, located in Houston, Texas, near the vibrant central business district, Texas Medical Center, and museum district, is seeking applicants for a full-time Associate Professor of John Paul II Studies in the St. John Paul II Institute. This position reports directly to the Director of the Institute.

Start Date: August 15, 2023

Job Summary:

The candidate will teach, research duties and develop programs at the new St. John Paul II Institute at the University of St. Thomas. The programs include MA and Certificate programs in John Paul II Studies and an undergraduate minor.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The duties and responsibilities for this position includes, but are not limited to the following:

  • Teaching 4-5 classes per year
  • Active scholarship and publication
  • Course and program development
  • Leading and teaching study trips to Poland
  • Promoting the Institute among Polish Americans in Houston and the United States
  • Coordinate contacts with scholars and Institutions worldwide with an interest in Karol Wojtyła/ John Paul II, especially in Poland

Education and Experience Qualifications:

  • PhD degree in philosophy or Theology with expertise in Thomistic personalism and knowledge of Karol Wojtyła and John Paul II.
  • Submit a letter indicating your interest in applying for the position of the Associate Professor of John Paul II Studies at the University of St. Thomas.

To apply, please click here.

Assistant Professor of Theology, Assumption University (Worcester, MA)

The Department of Theology at Assumption University (Worcester, MA) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning in Fall 2023. Applicants should be demonstrably conversant with the entirety of the Catholic theological tradition and its reception in the patristic, medieval, modern, and contemporary periods. Individuals with specialization in the reception of the theology that came out of the Second Vatican Council are encouraged to apply.

Candidates must be committed to undergraduate teaching and advising as well as service to the theology department, the university, and the greater community. The ideal candidate would teach introductory and advanced courses in the University’s major and minor programs in theology and in the University’s core curriculum program.

The candidate will also have the opportunity to teach courses within their area of expertise. Candidates must also be able to provide evidence of scholarship and promise of developing a research program.

For more information about the Theology Department, visit:

The application deadline is March 15, 2023. For more information and to apply, please click here.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Theology, Assumption University (Worcester, MA)

The Department of Theology at Assumption University (Worcester, MA) invites applications for a two-year position at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor, beginning in Fall 2023. Applicants should be demonstrably conversant with the entirety of the Catholic theological tradition and its reception in the patristic, medieval, modern, and contemporary periods.

Candidates must be committed to undergraduate teaching and advising as well as service to the theology department, the university, and the greater community. The ideal candidate would teach introductory and advanced courses in the University’s major and minor programs in theology and in the University’s core curriculum program. 

The candidate will also have the opportunity to teach courses within their area of expertise.  Candidates must also be able to provide evidence of scholarship.

For more information about the Theology Department, visit: 

For a full job description and application instructions, please click here. The application deadline is March 15, 2023.

Operations Manager, Thomas Merton Institute for Catholic Life at Columbia University (New York, NY)

The Thomas Merton Institute for Catholic Life is an independent, nonprofit corporation organized to provide Catholic formation and to nourish faith through the pastoral, liturgical, and sacramental capacities of the Chaplaincy of Columbia Catholic Ministry, and to sponsor and provide intellectual, academic, and service programs for the growth of students and the benefit Columbia University and the community.

The Merton Institute seeks a full-time, resident Operations Manager to begin in-person work immediately at our campus near Columbia University in New York City. The Operations
Manager will be responsible for various aspects of the day-to-day running of the Institute and will report directly to the Executive Director. This is a salaried position with a regular 40-hour week, although hours will be dependent week-to-week on the schedule of activities, which will include some evenings. This role requires both interpersonal and organizational skills as well as the initiative and energy to work in a new and rapidly growing organization.

Please click here for a full job description.

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, two references, and (if available) a priest’s reference to the Executive Director, David Oakley, at [email protected] The
subject line should read “Merton Institute Operations Manager.” Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Interviews will begin the week of January 23, 2023.

Director of Marriage and Family Life, Archdiocese of Oklahoma City

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City is seeking a Director of Marriage and Family Life.  The successful candidate will provide overall leadership, vision and direction for the Office of Marriage & Family Life Ministry including programming to help married couples and families fulfill their mission in the Church and the world.  This position will be responsible for coordinating programs to support the pastoral care of married couples and families of the Archdiocese in the areas of marriage preparation, marriage enrichment, healing after divorce or death, and pro-life ministry.   The Director will work collaboratively with the Curia, priests, and community organizations to strengthen and uphold marriage, and to enhance the Church’s vital role in the promotion of family and human life in a culture that is increasingly hostile.  

The successful candidate must have a good understanding of discipleship and evangelization and be able to assist parishes in deepening their understanding through consultation, formation, and training.  A Degree in Theology, Philosophy, Marriage & Family Life, Catechesis, or related field is required, Master’s degree preferred plus 5-7 years of experience in a leadership capacity.  Diocesan-level experience is preferred but not required.  If interested in this position, please click here to submit your resume and application. 

Montessori Adolescent Guide, John XXIII Montessori Center (Front Royal, VA)

John XXIII Montessori Center’s Adolescent Program (ages 12-16) is growing, and we are hiring an additional guide!

We seek a faithful, mission-driven, creative, energetic, and collaborative educator passionate about selflessly serving adolescents and learning alongside them.

Partner with the existing team to support the growth of faith, mathematics, occupations (micro-economic ventures) and the sciences, humanities, creative and physical expressions, community service, and other program elements.
Present rich key lessons and opportunities across all disciplines and all aspects of the Montessori adolescent program.
Guide students in independent and collaborative projects born out of the key lessons.
Collaborate with adolescents to maintain John XXIII’s campus grounds.
Cultivate strong, professional relationships with parents.

Time Requirements
Part or Full-time (25 – 40 hours/week, depending on qualifications)
Potential hours:
Tuesday – Friday classes: 8:10 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday study hall: 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Any additional hours needed to maintain the grounds
Occasional field trips and evening gatherings outside of regular school hours

Practicing Catholic who upholds the teachings of the Church
Comprehensive understanding of Montessori pedagogy
Experience and insight in working with adolescents
Possession of AMI Montessori 12-18 Diploma OR AMI Montessori 12-18 Orientation Certificate preferred
If untrained in Montessori 12-18, a willingness to immediately attend Montessori adolescent training (scholarship available)
Willingness and ability to work outside in all weather and perform reasonable physical labor with students
Agricultural experience with animals and planting preferred
Experienced in the use of tools, including power tools, preferred
Strong work ethic in intellectual and manual work
Excellent verbal and written skills with students, colleagues, and parents

Please send a cover letter and resume to Nicholas Fonte at [email protected].