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Director of Spanish Apostolate, Diocese of Arlington, VA

Posted: October 13, 2020

The Office of the Spanish Apostolate assists Pastors in their mission to evangelize and support the pastoral needs of the culturally diverse communities of Spanish speaking Catholics in their communities and to fully integrate them into the life of their parish. The Office provides this assistance through the close collaboration and coordination with parish, school, and diocesan ministry leadership as well as related community organizations and lay movements, training and development offerings, diocesan-sponsored events, and advocacy efforts.
The Director works closely with the Vicar General and the Bishop to formulate, communicate, and advocate the mission and vision of Hispanic ministry for the Diocese while providing leadership for the Office and building strong working relationships with the Pastors and others responsible for executing the mission.
• In conjunction with the Vicar General and Bishop, formulate, communicate, and advocate a mission and vision of Hispanic ministry for the Catholic Diocese of Arlington based on Welcoming the Stranger Among Us: Unity and Diversity (USCCB 2000) and which encompasses evangelization, faith formation, comprehensive pastoral care, and enculturation that fosters unity in diversity.
• Advise the Vicar General and Bishop on key issues, concerns, and trends affecting Hispanic Catholics and our ability to evangelize and support their pastoral needs and/or to fully integrate them into the lives of their parishes.
• Work in close collaboration and coordination with parish, school, and diocesan ministry leadership to develop and promote initiatives that support the mission and vision of Hispanic ministry in the Catholic Diocese of Arlington.
• Serve as a resource to parishes, schools, and diocesan ministry leadership; interact with clergy and lay leaders to assess their needs; provide reference materials and templates; provide and oversee a robust Spanish Apostolate webpage.
• Provide clergy and lay leaders with diocesan training and workshops, as well as exposure to local, regional, and national conferences; prepare and conduct speaking engagements.
• Attend and actively participate in local, regional, and national conferences and meetings.
• Regularly gather the clergy and lay leaders for prayer, networking, and collaboration.
• Oversee the Institute of Pastoral Formation.
• Provide oversight for all resources, programs and events of the Office.
• Recruit volunteers, as needed, to support events of the Office of Spanish Apostolate.
• Develop and implement the Office's approved annual operating budget; track and control costs against the budget.
• Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Office, including the recruitment, supervision, training, scheduling, and evaluation of staff.
• Assist with the coordination of the evangelization program, Radio Boletin Catolico Guadalupe radio 1160am, each Sunday from 12pm to 1pm.
• Serve as an active member of regional and national Hispanic Catholic organizations.
• Serves as diocesan liaison for lay movements:
• Cursillo
• Legion de Maria
• Charismatic Renewal
• Marriage Encounters
• The Emmaus ministry for men and women
• The Christian life council
• Quinceaneras retreat
• V encuentro
• Young Hispanic Adults
• The Hispanic Catechesis ministry

For more information and to apply, click here.

Executive Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training and Development, Mount St. Mary's University (Emmitsburg, MD)

Posted: September 24, 2020

The Executive Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training and Development will design and deliver high-level, comprehensive, multimodal Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) professional development training experiences for all university employees and students. The Executive Director will administer strategic visioning as well as grass-roots educational and professional development efforts that are grounded in Catholic Social Teaching principles. A major responsibility will be to develop, lead, implement, and assess an all-encompassing professional development and training plan for DEI by formulating long and short-term programmatic goals and objectives, delineate resource allocation to support them, and establish metrics to evaluate program success to ensure effective and efficient engagement and outcomes.

Working collaboratively with institutional leadership, department and unit heads, and many others is critical in order to build relationships, share resources, and help create an integrated vision and shared responsibility for advancing institutional DEI goals while fostering and affirming a campus culture of equity and inclusive excellence. In collaboration with the ASPIRE Office, a dashboard will be developed to monitor, assess, and make periodic reports of the professional development training results. The Executive Director will report to the Vice President for Equity and Success and serve on the Center for Student Engagement and Success Leadership Team and Mount’s Inclusive Excellence Committee.

Please click here for additional information.

Associate Campus Minister, Mary Washington University (Fredricksburg, VA)

Posted: September 22, 2020

The mission of the University of Mary Washington Campus Ministry is to promote, encourage, and engage all aspects of faith life on campus. The Campus Ministry coordinates masses, spiritual activities, and programs that seek to bring students, faculty, and staff into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.
The Associate Campus Minister assists the Chaplain in maintaining a vibrant Catholic community that helps students grow in their faith while at college and prepares them to live out the faith in parish life after they graduate. The ministry strives to do this through fostering an atmosphere of prayer, including frequent reception of the sacraments, establishing an authentic community, and training students to use their gifts in the apostolate.
The Associate Campus Minister assists the Chaplain by overseeing many of the programs and events that the students help in executing such as: the daily activities pertaining to the planning and executing of weekly programs, assisting in training the Cabinet of Catholic Leaders (our student leadership board) in professional development, and coordinating outreach events and service trips while assisting with the other business needs of the ministry.

For additional details, please click here.

Statewide Pro-Life Activities Coordinator, Nebraska Catholic Conference (Lincoln, NE)

Posted: September 22, 2020

The Pro-Life Activities Coordinator assists the Executive Director (ED) and the Associate Director for Pro-Life and Family (AD) of the Nebraska Catholic Conference (NCC) to unify and strengthen pro-life activities statewide across the three Catholic dioceses and their parishes.

•Executes the goal areas and strategies for pro-life activities according to the NCC's three-year strategic plan.
•Regularly works and consults with the pro-life director for each Catholic diocese in Nebraska to collaborate and help execute pro-life activities across the state.
•Assists diocesan pro-life directors with recruiting, training, and maintaining pro-life coordinators for nearly 400 parishes.
•Develops relationships and collaborates with various Catholic parishes, organizations, diocesan offices, and other state and national pro-life organizations regarding "best practices" for pro-life activities and programming.
•Creates and distributes educational, prayer, and pastoral care materials for parish pro-life coordinators.
•Plans and coordinates various statewide pro-life events (e.g., annual Bishops' Pro-Life Banquet and Conference, annual Pro-Life Mass).
•Updates and maintains a handbook for use by parish pro-life coordinators.
•Directs the statewide implementation of a post-abortion healing ministry.
•Speaks to various audiences on pro-life topics (e.g., abortion, euthanasia, biomedical issues).
•Partners with the Communications and Outreach Specialist to communicate with local, state, and national print and broadcast media on significant pro-life events.
•Assists the Associate Director of Pro-Life & Family Policy with certain pro-life legislative efforts pertaining to grassroots education and advocacy.
•Other duties, as assigned.

For additional details, please click here.  Applications are accecpted until September 25.

Fellow of Parish Life, Word on Fire Catholic Ministries (Irving, TX)

Posted: September 22, 2020

The Fellow of Parish Life facilitates and promotes the Word on Fire ethos of life and spirituality through the management and facilitation of Word on Fire Institute programs for Catholic parishes.

The Fellow will provide the necessary administrative, theological, and leadership expertise to assist in developing and implementing a parish module within the vision of the Word on Fire Institute.

This role is expected to be knowledgeable of the cultural and demographics shifts of parishes, innovative in the ways we reach and form parish infrastructures, and inventive in the Institute’s distribution of the resources.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Assisting in propagating the Eight Core Principles of the Word on Fire Spirituality through the Word on Fire Institute and all of the associated catechetical and spiritual offerings

• Obtaining a mastery of the content and vision of all of Bishop Barron’s content

• Creating innovative ways in which the distribution of content to parishes can use the Institute’s platform in an affordable and far-reaching capacity to catechize and evangelize

• Helping the Word on Fire Institute become a leader in parish formation and evangelization

• Understanding the demographic shift on parishes today and create a pioneering infrastructure to meet the needs of such a shift

• Building and coordinating a curriculum using the current resources provided by the Word on Fire Institute

• Coordinating, managing, and facilitating the growth and maintenance of a parish module within the WOFI platform in order to build parish culture and evangelical leadership teams around the country

• Providing the necessary resources, opportunities, and in-person leadership to build successful discipleship in the vision of Bishop Barron through regular online “masterclasses”

• Meeting regularly with each parish team to make sure that the principles of the program are being implemented correctly and to understand how the process is helping the parish

• Overseeing the digital group membership process of parish leadership within the WOFI platform

• Creating extensive management process to oversee, monitor, and measure the participation of leaders and members of the parishes and provide the Director of the Institute with monthly reports of progress 

• Overseeing and planning the creation of parish specific content, i.e. WOFI courses filmed in Los Angeles, content filmed in the WOFI studio in Dallas, and written content for the WOF blog

• Working closely with the Fellow of Word on Fire Communities to help garner healthy relationships between parishes and our Communities

• Scheduling and facilitating in-person events for parish leadership

Qualifications and Experience:

           • Master’s Degree in Theology, Philosophy, or Spirituality

           • Experience in both leadership and management

           • Experience working at a Catholic Parish

           • Strong communication and listening skills, flexibility, and problem-solving

           • An understanding of the work of Bishop Robert Barron

To apply for this position, please click here.

Director of Mission Advancement, Archdiocese of Indianpolis

Posted: September 22, 2020

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Mission Advancement for Archdiocesan Education Initiatives. Reporting to and in partnership with the Director of Major and Planned Gifts, the Director for Mission Advancement for Archdiocesan Education Initiatives will be the liaison and key development officer for three key ministries of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to support their continued growth. Those ministries are the Office of Catholic Schools, the Notre Dame ACE Academies, and Bishop Simon Bruté Seminary.
Responsibilities include: developing and maintaining ongoing relationships with agency directors, boards, committees, and donors; developing and executing annual fundraising plans; working to secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations to meet the fundraising goals of each ministry; preparing accountability reports; and ensuring effective marketing through websites, social media,  newsletters, brochures, and other media.
Applicants should be professed and practicing Roman Catholics with a deep appreciation for and understanding of the Catholic faith and a passion for supporting the educational ministries of the Church. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to interact effectively with current and prospective donors as a representative of the archdiocese, strong organizational ability, and project management skills are essential. The position also requires a high level of integrity and the ability to act in accordance with the code of ethics promulgated by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in not-for-profit management, business administration, philanthropy or related field is preferred. At least five years of professional experience in positions of significant responsibility, preferably involving mission advancement, is required.
Please e-mail cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:
Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Director of the Center for Human Dignity, Family Research Council (Washington, D.C.)

Posted: August 28, 2020

Job Summary:  The Director of the Center for Human Dignity will provide critical research, analysis, and writing on the policy, literature, events and trends related to human dignity. The issue of human dignity spans human life from the point of conception to natural death. It includes abortion, bioethics, and end-of-life issues, in addition to pornography, prostitution, human trafficking, and matters of fetal dignity.

Minimum Requirements:  This position requires a college degree plus 5 years of experience working on pro-life policy, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with multiple issues discussed in the job summary above is preferred. Experience working in Congress or the Executive Branch is preferred. Ability to engage in critical analysis, reflected in the incumbent’s thinking and writing abilities is required. The successful candidate must have excellent editing, writing, and communication abilities. Attention to detail, along with an ability to process large amounts of information quickly and summarize that information in written form when requested is essential for success in this position. The successful candidate must possess demonstrated ability to convey ideas concisely and accurately. The successful candidate must also have tact and the ability to work well with others, often in a fast-paced, dynamic office environment. The successful candidate must have the ability to build strong bridges with peers at other like-minded organizations and must be able to understand the nuances of political and public communications strategy, along with policy and legal strategy. The successful candidate must also have a strong biblical worldview, and the ability to prudentially apply that worldview to today’s cultural and political climate.

Please submit a resume, cover letter, salary expectation, and three writing samples if you wish to be considered an applicant for this position. All application materials must be submitted to the Human Resources Office at

Resumes and writing samples will be accepted until the position is filled.

Director of Curriculum Development, Ignatius Press/Augustine Institute

Posted: August 25, 2020

The Ignatius Press and Augustine Institute are searching for a Director of Curriculum Development. The Director of Curriculum Development will assist in the overall catechetical and pedagogical development of the Word of Life K-8 curriculum series. Word of Life is a joint project between the Augustine Institute and Ignatius Press. Some of the day to day responsibilities of curriculum development include:
• • This position will be responsible for directing the day to day catechetical and pedagogical development of the Word of Life.
• • Responsible for assisting with the development of the scope and sequence in collaboration with the Curriculum Development Team and Head Theological Advisor.
• • Will serve as content reviewer of the chapters working with the Curriculum Development Team to prepare a final review for the Head Theological Advisor and the USCCB conformity review.
• • Work closely with Publishing Director in all areas of development and production of catechetical materials.
• • In collaboration with the editing team, work with and assist the writers on any feedback, edits, etc.
• • Assist in working with the Design Team in developing and approving cover and layout design.
• • Assist with the video production team on the writing and approval of video scripts.
• • Assist in developing scripts for catechist formation videos for each chapter.
• • Assist the marketing and sales teams with promotion of the curriculum including doing webinars and attending catechetical conferences as appropriate.

• • An advanced degree in theology with catechetical and curriculum experience as well as a real-world understanding of the catechetical landscape in the Church.
• • Teaching/catechist experience.
• • Excellent writing and editing skills.
• • Have an ability to work in a fast-paced environment and the ability to meet deadlines.
• • Skills in directing and giving feedback to writers, content developers, etc.
• • Be able to work flexibly within a team environment.

Qualified candidates please send a cover letter and resume to Constance Graves at

NFP Coordinator, Diocese of Phoenix

Posted: August 25, 2020

To support the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix and its mission to help all persons encounter the living Christ, this position directs the instruction, support and promotion of Natural Family Planning (NFP), and related marriage and family life issues.

Essential Job Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Coordinate NFP focus and programs. Maintain an office that teaches only certified methods of NFP and stays within established USCCB guidelines. Establish criteria for recruitment, screening and training of potential instructors in NFP and chastity education in English and Spanish and other needed languages to ensure program philosophy and standards are both understood and upheld.
  • Coordinate instructor certification, evaluation, formation, and in-service training to maintain quality of instruction.
  • Coordinate master schedule of all NFP classes, locations and instructors.
  • Supervise Office of NFP staff, including staff evaluation and development in consultation with the Director, Marriage and Respect Life.
  • Promote NFP services through advertising, contacts, newsletters, website articles, speaking engagements, and workshops.
  • Acts as Bishop Olmsted’s liaison to affiliated leadership and research groups (i.e. medical professionals, etc.).
  • Establish and maintain effective communications between the Office of NFP and appropriate people and organizations within the Diocese of Phoenix.
  • Supervise and coordinate the teaching activities of the diocesan NFP instructors in other NFP methodologies.
  • Develop and maintain a budget for the Office.
  • Coordinate maintenance of statistical information for evaluation of the program’s growth and overall effectiveness. Provide necessary reports reflecting program activity, development and effectiveness when required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Ability to keep abreast of NFP trends and incorporate new information while maintaining the program’s values and philosophy.
  • Ability to work under pressure, take initiative, be creative and anticipate solutions to problems; need good judgment in emergency situations and when working with varied personalities and cultures; must be able to work with frequent interruptions.
  • Basic knowledge and skills in planning, organizing, communicating, administering, managing and training staff and volunteers effectively.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as required.
  • Excellent communication skills.

Minimum Qualifications

  • BA degree in Science or Theology.
  • Instructor in one accepted method of NFP.
  • Three years working experience in a similar position.
  • Practicing Catholic who lives and supports the teachings of the Catholic Church.
  • Heart for Evangelization.
  • Bilingual, English and Spanish, highly preferred.

For more information or to apply, please click here.

Assistant Professor and Director of Campus, St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry (Albany, NY)

Posted: July 27, 2020

Saint Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry, a Roman Catholic graduate school, is advertising for a full-time, combined administrative and faculty position. The School requests applications for the administrative position of Director of St. Bernard’s Albany Campus and faculty position in Theology or Philosophy with the rank of Assistant Professor. This combined position is based in Albany, NY and the start date is Fall 2020. The initial faculty contract is for two years, with possibility of renewal or conversion to a tenure track position. The objectives and responsibilities of the Director of St. Bernard’s Albany Campus are as

• To oversee the overall day-to-day and long-term operations of St. Bernard’s Albany Campus;
• To collaborate with all offices at St. Bernard’s Main Campus to ensure unity of strategy and policy;
• To complete administrative, academic, and recruitment responsibilities pursuant to St. Bernard’s Albany Campus.

Responsibilities (summary)
• The Director will be chiefly responsible for the ongoing administrative operations and long-term success of St. Bernard’s Albany Campus, under the direct supervision of the President;
• The Director will be chiefly responsible for the implementation of academic programs and policies at St. Bernard’s Albany Campus, under the direct supervision of the Academic Dean;
• The Director will be chiefly responsible for the ongoing operation and long-term success of recruitment at St. Bernard’s Albany Campus in collaboration with the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid.

As a combined administrative and faculty position, the successful applicant will hold a
degree (Ph.D. or S.T.D. preferred, ABD or S.T.L. considered) in Theology or Philosophy. We
stand in need of primary or secondary competencies in the following areas: (a) Theology –
historical theology, pastoral theology, catechesis/the new evangelization; (b) Philosophy – a
generalist trained in and adhering to the Augustinian and Thomistic traditions privileged by the Catholic philosophical tradition. The successful candidate will teach a series of courses in the School’s graduate programs, including several that play a key role in Diaconate and Pre-Seminary formation programs. A record of successful undergraduate or graduate teaching and scholarly activity is expected. Duties include a 3/3 course load (some courses to be delivered via hybrid/online educational contexts, and one course release for role as Director), continued professional and scholarly development, advisement, and active service to the School and its mission.

For additional details and application instructions, please click here.

Managing Director for Marriage and Family Evangelization, Archdiocese of Cincinnati

Posted: July 13, 2020

The Managing Director for Marriage and Family Evangelization works on a dynamic team to promote the evangelization mission of the Church as it applies to marriage and family. The Managing Director supervises the effective implementation of an evangelizing Marriage Preparation program and is responsible for implementing the vision for a Marriage Catechumenate in parishes. This person will focus on evangelizing newly married couples and young families and will be the Archdiocesan point of contact for marriage issues and questions. The Managing Director work on a team with a special focus on evangelizing young adults through the important stages of their lives. Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church.

To apply please send a letter of interest, resume and Application for Employment to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Pastoral Center, Department of Human Resources, 100 E. Eighth St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 or email

Employment is contingent on successful completion of all background checks and Virtus requirements.

Application deadline is July 17, 2020.

Montessori Classroom Aide, St. Jerome Academy (Hyattsville, MD)

Posted: July 13, 2020

St. Jerome Academy in Hyattsville, MD, is looking to hire an aide for a Montessori classroom. Our booming Montessori Primary Program is seven years old and complements our K-8 Catholic classical school.  The aide would help in the class of 3, 4, and 5-year old children for 40 hours a week.  Please contact Mr. Danny Flynn at if you'd like to apply, or have any more questions.

Communications Assistant, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

The Communications Assistant provides administrative support to the Department of Communications and the Chief Communications Officer and the CCC Director in the work of the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC). The Communications Assistant contributes to the Bishops' strategic plan for the Conference. He/she demonstrates a willingness and ability to understand, respect, and contribute to the USCCB mission and to fulfill job duties following its Catholic identity.

Provides general administrative support to the Department, including answering and directing telephone inquiries; receiving, sorting, and distributing postal mail and email; ordering supplies; processing API's and expense reports, and making travel and meeting arrangements.
Responds to routine postal and email correspondence. This position provides logistical assistance for bishops' general meetings, Communications Committee, and CCC Subcommittee meetings, Coordinates preparation of materials for the CCC Subcommittee and Communications Committee.
Maintains grant files and assists in the preparation of reports on CCC grants., Enters and updates information in the grant’s management program. Records and transcribes meeting minutes.
Maintains office files (electronic and paper) and budget submissions and reports, Provides backup content support to the Social Media Specialist. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Bachelor's Degree desirable with 4-5 years of related experience. Sound knowledge and understanding of Catholic Church theology, structure, and hierarchy. Excellent communication skills (oral and written). Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Internet, Microix, Email. Experience with GIFTs grants management (Blackbaud Grantmaking) software helpful. Familiarity with email distribution platform(s).

For further information please visit:

Professor of Philosophy, Edith Stein Philosophy Institute (Granada, Spain)

Posted: June 9, 2020

The Edith Stein Philosophy Institute (IFES) is searching for a Professor of Philosophy to join our academic community.
IFES is a center of teaching and research that belongs to the Archdiocese of Granada and is based in the San Cecilio Diocesan Seminary. Our first priority is providing the best education and opportunities to our students and seminarians. To that end, we are pursuing an affiliation with a Catholic Polish university. We are hoping to receive the first students in our shared program by 1 October 2020. This professorship is contingent upon receipt of the final approval of this affiliation from the Vatican.
The post consists of giving up to ten (10) hours of philosophy instruction per week as part of the new shared program. The area of specialization is open, although the ideal candidate would specialize in Philosophy of Science.
The successful candidate will:
• Possess a pontifical doctorate in Philosophy.
• Be fully capable of teaching their courses in either English or Spanish. Full proficiency in both languages is not required at the time of hiring, but the successful candidate will be open to learning and eventually giving instruction in both of these two languages.
• Be willing and able to teach a variety of courses.
• Demonstrate a willingness to be a part of the IFES academic community and participate on common research projects, publications and events.
• Understand their philosophical scholarship and academic work through the lens of the thought of Pope Saint John Paul II.
• Support the aims and mission of IFES as we bring our emerging institution into the next era.
Other details:
• Salary is negotiable but subject to the salary table agreement currently in effect.
• Acceptance of post would require relocation to Granada, Spain.
To apply, candidates should submit a cover letter and CV to

Director of Faith Formation, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish (Maple Shade, NJ)

Posted: June 9, 2020

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, in Maple Shade, New Jersey, is seeking a full-time Director of Faith Formation.  The qualified candidate will determine and strategically plan the faith formational needs for the community under the direction of the Pastor.
The Director of Faith Formation will work closely with the Pastor to fulfill the responsibilities of organizing and implementing the lifelong faith development of the community.  This role will include the parish religious education program as we move toward a family catechesis model, and sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation. The individual will be responsible for implementing aspects of remote learning, family catechesis, and developing opportunities for Adult Faith Formation.  Family focused events will be planned and executed throughout the year so that the whole family can grow and live the Faith. The Candidate must be able to recruit and provide formation to catechists and other volunteers essential to the mission of faith formation.
Job Qualifications:
A Master’s Degree in Catholic Theology/Religious Education is preferred, however background and experience will be taken into consideration for a qualified candidate with a lesser degree.   To effectively carry out the job the candidate must have proven leadership skills, effective oral and written communication and be comfortable with interacting with families and their needs.  Capabilities in program development, education, and catechist development are required.  Technological proficiency is essential, including but not limited to Microsoft Office, Google Suite, social media platforms, and database management. Familiarity with ParishSoft Family Suite is a definite plus.
The candidate must be a practicing Catholic in good standing, living life from the heart of the Church as a faithful disciple.

No telephone calls will be accepted.  All candidates will be subject to a criminal background check.  The candidate must be willing to work evenings and weekends.

Please submit your resume, two professional references and one personal reference to:

Fr. Joel Wilson

Youth and Young Adult Ministry Coordinator (Diocese of Palm Beach, FL)

Posted: June 5, 2020

The Diocese of Palm Beach Pastoral Center is in search of Youth and Young Adult Ministry Coordinator who possesses the following job abilities and qualifications:

Job Summary:
The Coordinator of Youth & Young Adult Ministry advances the mission of the Church to evangelize and bring young people to Christ. Success in this position requires the creativity and discipline to adhere to a comprehensive vision for conversion, formation, and intentional discipleship of young people including advocacy for and articulation of a vision for youth and young adult ministry. The Coordinator position functions as part of an integrated and cooperative diocesan team focused on supporting the parish communities in the Diocese of Palm Beach to build up the Body of Christ. The position offers a great opportunity to help rebuild this ministry area as part of a recently restructured Office of Marriage, Family Life, Faith Formation & Youth Ministry.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Work with Director of Marriage, Family Life, Faith Formation & Youth Ministry to help frame, develop and direct a vision that supports parish leaders in forming young people into missionary disciples
• Advocate for and support the development of Youth and Young Adult Ministry across the diocese
• Offer regular opportunities for parish youth ministers, volunteers, clergy, and others for professional development, spiritual formation, and community building
• Work with the diocesan team, parishes, and volunteers to develop opportunities and events for the spiritual formation of young people
• Implement regular communication with parish leaders through newsletters, social media, email and other media outlets
• Develop outreach to young adults and ministry that connects them with the Catholic faith through meaningful areas of service
• Support youth ministry by informing parish leaders about opportunities outside the diocese (e.g., Steubenville, NCYC, NFCYM, and John Bosco Conferences, etc.)
• Offer support to parish priests by becoming a resource for helping them reach the young people of our diocese

• A sense of calling and passion for parish youth & young adult ministry and evangelization that is grounded in a solid understanding of the Catholic faith and personal integrity
• Practicing Catholic in good standing with active prayer life
• Minimum of Bachelor's degree or equivalent in theology, pastoral studies or religious studies with advanced degree preferred
• Three to five years parish-based ministry experience
• Familiarity with small, discipleship group focused youth ministry preferred
• Bilingual English - Spanish preferred
• Self-motivated with excellent organizational, planning, and leadership skills
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with youth and adults
• Able to maintain flexibility, multi-task, work independently, meet deadlines, make responsible judgement calls, and maintain confidentiality as needed
• Team player who can interact and work professionally with colleagues, other diocesan employees, parish personnel, suppliers, and the general public
• Ability to consistently exercise discretion and good business judgment
• Proficiency in MS Office Suite, including Word, Excel, Outlook and social media
• Must possess a valid Florida driver's license and reliable transportation

For more details, click here.

Headmaster, Covington Latin School (Covington, KY)

Posted: June 5, 2020

Covington Latin School, operating under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Covington, is a Catholic, coeducational, college preparatory day school offering a Classical education that accelerates students by as much as two years. Students can enter CLS any time after the fifth grade. CLS offers two "Prep Years" (roughly equivalent to grades 7 and 8), and Forms 1 through 4 (equivalent to grades 9 through 12).

Given the incredibly wide-ranging ability and needs of children who happen to be the same age, Covington Latin strongly believes that academic decisions should be guided by academic criteria rather than age alone. Latin School's unique accelerated program is designed to provide academically motivated students the opportunity to enter after completing the fifth, sixth, or seventh grade. Incoming Covington Latin School students accelerate one to two years as a condition of admission, and thereby graduate one to two years earlier than their peers in traditional upper schools.

Coursework is entirely college preparatory and is considered the equivalent of honors-level coursework in traditional upper schools. Covington Latin has been profiled in US News and World Report, featured as a "Cool School" by Fox 19 Cincinnati, and ranked the #1 private school in Northern Kentucky by Cincinnati Magazine. For additional information on this distinguished classical school, please visit the school's website at

The candidates we seek will have experience leading academically rigorous curriculums, while demonstrating comfort and capacity addressing the challenges facing most Catholic schools, specifically in mission-critical areas related to business, finance, facilities, enrollment management, and advancement initiatives. The next Headmaster must have demonstrated proficiency in building and maintaining community relationships that will ensure Covington Latin School's continued accessibility, success, and sustainability through the effective stewardship of its parent, alumni, and local community philanthropic constituencies.

The school community is on a fast-track to identify and secure its next Headmaster. The successful candidate is expected to begin serving the Covington Latin School community in Summer 2020. Applications will be accepted until June 15, 2020.

Application Procedure
• To apply, please submit the following materials, confidentially, and as separate PDF attachments in one email to Michael Furey. Please include Covington Latin School in the subject field.
• Cover letter that aligns your experiences and skillsets with the current needs of the school as you understand them.
• Current resume with all appropriate dates included.
• Statement of Catholic educational philosophy.
• List of five references including names, relationship, physical addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses. No references will be contacted without your knowledge and approval.

Michael Furey, Partner
Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions, LLC
124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090
Office: (877)738-4810 Mobile: (570)730-2655

Parish Faith Formation Coordinator, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish (Patchogue, NY)

Posted: June 3, 2020

To facilitate the Parish Faith Formation Program for Levels 1 – 8, and the parish’s heritage program for high school students, providing the children with a safe and happy environment in which to learn and grow in their faith.

Duties & Responsibilities
• Coordinate parish faith formation program, including RCIA
• Provide curriculum and resources
• Recruit, screen, train, and supervise volunteer catechists and assistants in the program
• Plan parish programs for adults, teens or children in collaboration with the Pastor
• Provide parent meetings using Diocesan curriculum for parents
• Provide for Sunday programs
• Attend deanery meetings
• Responsible for Registration
• Is present whenever the program is in session
• Implement a process for encouraging Sunday Mass Attendance – family Masses, grade level Masses, family intergenerational programs
• Plan and facilitate family events
• Support Youth Ministry and Family Ministry
• Maintain strong relationships with children, parents, Church staff and volunteers
• Work with pastor in developing Adult Faith Formation programs

Job Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree in Theology/Religious Studies
• Some experience in the field
• Proven ability to work within the Structure of the Church
• Understand working in a multi-cultural setting
• Ability to communicate in Spanish
• Detail Oriented
• Willing to work on Sunday mornings

Service Requirements: This is a full – time position at 35 hours per week. Availability on Sunday mornings and some seasonal overtime (unpaid), is required.

Father Henry Reid
495 New North Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, NY 11772
(631) 475-4739

Theology Teacher, Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School (Takoma Park, MD)

Posted: May 11, 2020

Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School and Corporate Work Study Program is seeking a Theology Teacher. Don Bosco Cristo Rey is a Catholic college preparatory high school with an innovative work-study program component that is now in its thirteenth year. Through the Corporate Work Study Program, all students earn a significant portion of their education costs by working five days a month in a job provided to them by the school. Our school, located in Takoma Park, MD, educates qualified students who are underserved and have no other option for a private college prep program due to their economic background. Job Requirements: The candidate must have strong subject-matter knowledge; effective written and verbal communication skills, excellent time management, organization, multi-tasking skills, ability to prepare, plan, create and execute informative and engaging lesson plans for their subjects. The candidate must demonstrate the ability differentiate classroom instruction to accommodate various learners. Teaching certification preferred, but will be required to be certified within the year to teach religion by the Archdiocese of Washington. The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with a commitment to social justice and working with high school students and demonstrate a positive attitude, good communication skills, a collaborative leadership style and sensitivity to working in a diverse multi-cultural environment. The candidate must be a practicing Catholic, and he or she must have an academic background in theology, religious studies, or a related field, along with an understanding of and commitment to the educational mission of the Archdiocese of Washington, the Salesians of Don Bosco, and the vision of the Cristo Rey Network.

If you are qualified and interested in this position, please submit a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and three professional references. Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School Attn: Mr. Elias M. Blanco – Principal E-mail: 1010 Larch Ave. Takoma Park, MD 20912 Phone: (301) 891-4750 x136. Visit for school information.

For additional details on the Archdiocesan application process, please click here.

Program Specialist for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (Washington, DC)

Posted: May 11, 2020

At the direction of the Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage and under the immediate supervision of the Associate Director within the Secretariat of Laity, Marriage, Family Life, and Youth, the Program Specialist assists in providing specialized staff support to the Subcommittee, with an emphasis on catechetical and educational initiatives. 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.

Educational Level:  Graduate level, minimum of MA, or M. Div.

Major Field/Specialty: Theology

Other Specialized Training and Requirements:

  • Knowledge of the Catholic Church.
  • Experience in the fields of evangelization and catechesis, and the ability to address issues associated with the promotion and defense of marriage (family and human sexuality) as this is expressed in the authentic teaching of the Church.
  • Facility with catechetical and theological language addressing marriage and family.
  • Knowledge of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, as well as papal documents and documents of the Conference pertinent to the promotion and defense of marriage.
  • Familiarity with and respectfor the concerns of the US bishops in the promotion and defense of marriage.
  • Working knowledge in a spectrum ofdisciplines, including the ability to integrate information from a variety of diverse sources, and the ability to work collaboratively with all elements of the staff on a variety of joint tasks and projects. Proficiency in technological aspects of office life, including word processing, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint,email communications, Internet, social media, and so on. Experience with graphic design software (Photoshop), Constant Contact and Wordpress is beneficial.

Foreign Language Requirement (if any):Knowledge of Spanish would be beneficial

Type and Nature of Professional Experience:                                    

  • Experience in catechetical work on the parish and diocesan level
  • Experience as a teacher or catechist of the Catholic Faith
  • Academic expertise in theological disciplines related to the defense of marriage as expressed in the authentic teaching of the Church
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrable commitment to sound and effective catechesis
  • Experience in Church systems and structures
  • Ability to deal with confidential and sensitive communications
  • Experience in administration or other supervisory experience
  • Number of Years Required: minimum of 3 years

To apply, please click here.

Theology Teacher, St. Paul VI Catholic High School (Chantilly, VA)

Posted: April 29, 2020

St. Paul VI Catholic High School is seeking a full-time Theology teacher for the 2020-2021 school year at our new campus in Chantilly, Virginia. We seek applicants with a degree in Theology from a Catholic college; youth ministry experience required. We have a one-to-one laptop program that integrates technology into teaching and learning with teachers and students using laptops on a daily basis in the classroom. Applicants must be willing to teach in this integrated technology classroom environment. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with professional references, resume, and written personal philosophy of Catholic education to Dr. Opfer, our Principal, at and complete an application with the Diocese of Arlington's Office of Catholic Schools.

Tom Opfer, Principal
42341 Braddock Road
Chantilly, Virginia 20152
Phone: (703) 352-0925

Chastity Educator, Pregnancy Center East (Cincinnati, OH)

Posted: April 28, 2020

Classification : Full time

Reports to: Executive Director

Qualifications: Pro-life, Catholic, professional, highly organized, creative, self-motivated, flexible, possesses strong written communication and public speaking skills, and is committed to the Catholic Church’s teachings on human sexuality.
Must be able to drive to the Center and other work sites.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

Primary Duties:

· Co-teach PCE’s chastity education program, In Control, to grade school and high school students.
· Instill in youth an appreciation for the gift and purpose of our sexuality as God planned.
· Prepare informational folders for students and keep brochures and supplies stocked.
· Deliver online and in-person parent presentations.
· Tabulate teacher, parent, and student evaluations.
· Co-present Theology of the Body for Teens during the summer months.
· Help prepare materials for the In Control program and update the program as necessary.
· Contribute to the social media efforts of PCE.
· Assist with the recruitment and training of new volunteers for the Center.
· Assist with other activities/events that support the Center.
· Serve as a mentor for expectant clients and assist with material assistance clients when necessary.
· Perform additional duties as deemed necessary by the Executive Director.

Interested candidates should contact the Director, Laura Curran at

Assistant Principal of Student Life and Discipline, Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School (Potomac Shores, VA)

Posted: April 7, 2020

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School is accepting applications for the 2020/2021 school year for the position of 12 month full-time Assistant Principal of Student Life and Discipline. Under the direction of the Principal, the Assistant Principal works to provide formation for students by establishing policies built on strong relationships and the Catholic faith. The Assistant Principal of Student life leads the extra-curricular planning for activities that are not directly under Athletics, assuring that the activities support and enhance the mission of the school.


Advanced Degree in Educational Administration
Three or more years of administrative or other relevant experience preferred
Experience working in secondary education preferred
Must be practicing Catholic
Minimum five years teaching experience
Hold appropriate Virginia Administration and Supervision Certification or be eligible to obtain this certification within three years of hire

Job Responsibilities:

Supervises student discipline and maintains disciplinary records
Supervises student attendance
Supervises students in school and community settings, ensuring their safety and decorum.
Assigns and oversees student lockers, auditorium and gym seating
Develops and maintains student handbook
Works with Guidance Department on issues relative to student problems (including attendance)
Plans, schedules and coordinates activities to engage students in the school community
Oversight of school activities; providing supervision and coordination as needed to club moderators
Communicates school activities to parents and students
Establishes procedures and policies for before and after school monitoring of students and student supervision
Works with Director of Athletics on Calendar planning for the school
Plans and communicates student life assemblies
Oversight to faculty duties including: cafeteria, hall monitoring, before and after school, parking lot
Works with students, faculty members and parents regarding student behavior plans
Coordinates the "Administrator on Duty" responsibilities and serves in this capacity at campus events
Maintains guidelines and conducts programs related to the health, safety and security of students, faculty and staff.
Assists the Assistant Principal of Academics with new teacher orientation and professional development planning.


Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and students efficiently * Exceptional attention to detail * Very strong presentation skills * Very strong verbal and written communication skills * Self-directed professional who will identify and problem-solve with limited supervision * Pastoral manner; strong ability to handle confidential information appropriately and manage sensitive conversations with tact and diplomacy * Knowledgeable in computer applications related to the duties and responsibilities, specifically Google Suite

Cover Letter along with salary requirements and resume may be emailed to
About the Employer
Rooted in the Dominican tradition of prayer, study, community and service, Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School is committed to the formation of youth with special emphasis on the ethical development of the students. We strive to provide an environment where students can grow in the image of Jesus Christ while developing intellectual, theological, and moral virtues. As a school within the Arlington Diocese, we prepare each student for a life of faith, service, and integrity.

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

Posted: April 7, 2020

Bishop Ireton High School has an August 2020 opening for a Religion Teacher for the 2020-21 school year. Successful candidates will:

• be energetic, passionate teachers who welcome the challenges of the classroom.
• demonstrate professionalism in a collaborative environment.
• have strong communication skills.
• possess a bachelor's degree; master's degree preferred.
• possess or be willing to obtain a Virginia teaching license or VCEA license
- Must speak fluent English
- Must be willing to undergo a background check and take required in-person Virtus training
- citizenship, residency or work visa required

Specific jobs/requirements:
Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor's degree in Theology or Religious Studies; a master's degree from a Catholic college or university is preferred. Practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church and comprehensive knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church and relevant USCCB curriculum guidelines required. 3 years' relevant teaching experience. Candidates will teach within the USCCB curriculum guidelines, working in collaboration with the Religion Department, campus ministry, administration, and other constituents to enhance Catholic Identity and build the Body of Christ through classroom instruction, liturgy and service projects; and support the mission of the school in word and deed.

Interested candidates should send an email including a cover letter, current resume, three professional references and written personal philosophy of education in a Catholic school environment to Mrs. Tina Becker, Manager of Administrative Services, at

About the Employer
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.

Accounting Associate (Susan B. Anthony List, Arlington, Virginia)

Posted: March 23, 2020


The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) is the largest pro-life political organization in the country and is continuing to expand our reach in 2020. We are looking for an Accounting Associate to join our team who will be able to manage the growing needs of our six entities.

This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Vice President of Administration.

Essential Functions:

Responsible for accounts payable management
Revenue reconciliation between Quickbooks and Database
Reconciliations of bank and credit card transactions
Managing reimbursements for personnel
Budget reporting for various entities
Payroll processing

For more information on this position, please click here.

Please send resume, cover letter, and pro-life statement to Kathleen Wilber at Incomplete applications will not be considered.

PLAN Program Coordinator (Susan B. Anthony List, Arlington, Virginia)

Posted: March 23, 2020

Susan B. Anthony List – Job Description
The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) is the largest pro-life political organization in the country and is continuing to expand our reach in 2020. We are looking for an Accounting Associate to join our team who will be able to manage the growing needs of our six entities.
This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Vice President of Administration.
Essential Functions:

Responsible for accounts payable management
• Revenue reconciliation between Quickbooks and Database
• Reconciliations of bank and credit card transacti