Updated December 10, 2004
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DIRECTOR OF CATHOLIC DANCERS -- www.aaavinc.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CATHOLIC WORKER meeting monthly in Elizabeth, N.J. Interested? Call June (908) 355-2060.
GENERAL INTERCESSIONS including current events. Sundays and holydays. E-mailed weekly. Free trial: www.fcaministry.com
FREE CHRISTIAN MEDITATION CATALOG -- 44 pages. Resources for newcomers to Christian meditation. Material for nurturing your practice of meditation. Teachings by John Main, OSB; Laurence Freeman, OSB; Bede Griffiths OSB; Thomas Keating, OCSO; and others. A rich source of materials including books, audio tapes, CDs, videos and music for the inward journey. Phone toll-free: (888) 673-8617. Or visit Web site: www.mediomedia.org For more information about Christian meditation phone toll-free: (800) 324-8305. Or visit the World Community for Christian Meditation Web site: www.wccm.org
ACHIEVE $4K-$8K wkly potential income helping others do same through applied personal development. www.learntoprosper.com
COUNSELING/PSYCHOTHERAPY. Rev. Edward Lambro, PhD, CCMHC. Sensitive to the unique treatment issues and privacy needs of clergy, religious sisters and brothers. Northern New Jersey. Phone: (973) 345-8410.
MASTER OF DIVINITY -- distance learn and/or residential; bachelor through doctorate. Phone: (718) 698-0700. Web site: http://members.aol.com/IgnatiusU
ST. ELIAS SCHOOL of Orthodox Theology -- An accredited school offering correspondence graduate and postgraduate programs. Web site: www.st-elias-edu.us
CEDARS OF PEACE -- secluded woodland cabins on Loretto Motherhouse property in central, rural Kentucky offers quiet solitude for prayer and reflection. Cabins rented by the day or month, electricity and water included. Daily Mass and spiritual direction available. Write: Cedars of Peace, 515 Nerinx Road, Nerinx, KY 40049. Phone: (270) 865-5291. E-mail: email@example.com
DESERT HERMITAGES. Newly constructed hermitages consisting of bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette, private patio, and desert views. Available for occupancy beginning in March 2005. Daily Eucharist. Meal option according to your needs. Information and reservations at Redemptorist Renewal Center, Tucson, Ariz. Phone: (520) 744-3400.Web site: www.desertrenewal.org
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DESERT HOUSE OF PRAYER. Quietness in the Sonoran Desert near Tucson, Ariz. Individuals desiring a closer walk with Jesus, 520-744-3825, www.deserthouseofprayer.org
COMMUNICATION MINISTRY, INC. -- A dialogue on the relationship between personal sexuality, spirituality and ministry conducted for the purpose of building community among lesbians, gay and bisexual clergy, religious and their friends. For more information, please send inquiries to: CMI, PO Box 307, Glenn, MI 49416, or check our website: mycmi.com
HOSEA MINISTRY of Compassion and Spiritual deepening for individual and community. Composer Gregory Norbets retreats, parish missions and concerts. www.hoseafoundation.org or www.gregorynorbet.org
MISSIONS/RETREATS -- Numerous topics offered by Oblates of St. Francis de Sales and colleagues. DeSales Resources and Ministries, Fr. John Graden, director: (800) 782-2270. Web site: www.desalesresource.org
DYNAMIC, CREATIVE PREACHING -- Parish missions, Faculty in-service, retreats for religious. Web site: www.sabbathretreats.org
HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGES, 2005/12-day: May 29-June 9 and September 17-28. 28 years of experience in Holy Land pilgrimages. Write for brochure: Fr. Mario DiCicco, O.F.M., Franciscan School of Theology, 1712 Euclid Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94709. E-mail: MarioD@aol.com
12 DAY PILGRIMAGE TO TURKEY. Join the Ephesus Meeting (www.ephesusmeeting.com) and visit The House of the Virgin Mary: May 19-30, 2005. $1,990 from New York. More Catholic tours year-round. For more details e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 432-687-1038.
WOMEN OF BIBLE LANDS with author Martha Ann Kirk, June 3-17, 2005. Phone: (210) 829-3854. Web site: http://www.uiw.edu/holylandtour/
SCHOOL FOR PRAYER AND SPIRITUALITY. A contemplative program, emphasizing the importance of spiritual study, prayer, and silence as the foundation for a sustained reflection on the spiritual implications of one’s life, relationships, communal commitment, and the ministerial expression that flows from this foundation. A four-week residential program, July 17-Aug. 12, 2005. Redemptorist Renewal Center, Tucson, Ariz. Phone: (520) 744-3400. Web site: www.desertrenewal.org
BERAKAH: A Place of Blessing, offers A Time of Blessing, a four- to eight-month renewal program as well as accommodations for shorter, personalized programs for women religious and all women who are seeking to foster deeper fidelity to self, God and world. Components: variety of prayer experiences, contemplative space, scriptural and theological input, opportunity for spiritual direction and/or growth counseling, creative leisure in a community setting. Renewal sessions: late August to mid-December and mid-January to mid-May. Some programs could be designed during these months to meet individual needs. Inquiries: Berakah, 96 Fairview Road, Pittsfield, NH 03263-3817. Phone: (603) 435-7271. Fax: (603) 435-6670. E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.berakah.org
FALL AND ADVENT RETREAT OFFERINGS - Evensong by the Sea Retreat & Spirituality Center, Cape Cod. Individual private, guided retreats. Reiki training. Phone toll-free: (800) 455-0247. See our Web site for details: www.evensongretreat.com
LIVING STONE GUESTHOUSE for retreat and renewal. Spiritual direction and counseling available. Nourish your soul while you vacation in Sarasota, Fla. Phone: (941) 966-5933.
CONTEMPLATIVE STUDY AND RETREAT SABBATICAL, a residential program for the spiritual renewal of the whole person that combines periods of silence and rest with daily spiritual teachings. Four to seven weeks, limited to 15 participants. Spring session, March 14-April 29, 2005. Winter session, Oct. 31-Dec. 16, 2005. Redemptorist Renewal Center, Tucson, Ariz. Phone: (520) 744-3400.Web site: www.desertrenewal.org
FIFTH ANNUAL Catholic Writers Retreat, February 11-15, 2005. Endorsed by the Catholic Book Publishers Association featuring working professionals from Liturgical Press, St. Anthony Messenger, CBPA and others. Redemptorist Renewal Center, Tucson, Arizona. Information/registration at www.desertrenewal.org.
CONTEMPLATION AND THE MORAL LIFE, January 9-14, 2005. A retreat/workshop which focuses on the contemplative dimension of the moral life. Topics include: The formation of the human heart; Spirituality and Morality; Contemplation and Morality in a Pluralistic Society; Contemplative Decision Making; Death and Dying; issues in Environmental Ethics. In association with the Alphonsian Academy of Moral Theology, Lateran University (Rome) .Further information/registration at www.desertrenewal.org
SAN DIEGO. The Spiritual Ministry Center, The Religious of the Sacred Heart, offers year-round retreats including 30-day retreats and self-directed sabbaticals near the ocean in a comfortable townhouse. Phone: (619) 224-9444. Fax: (619) 224-1082. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.spiritmin.org
VISITATION SPIRITUALITY CENTER, Monroe, Mich. Year-round retreats, spiritual direction, programs. Beautiful contemplative space on wooded grounds with nearly two miles of walkways. Retreat house, hermitages. Phone: (734) 242-5520. E-mail: Visitation@ihmsisters.org Web site: www.ihmsisters.org
SPRING SABBATICAL: May 3 - June 2, 2005, participants reverence their journey of the mature years, reflect on Sabbath time and celebrate lifes wisdom. For information or to register, please contact Robert Cogswell, Center for Spiritual Development, 434 S. Batavia Street, Orange, CA 92868-3907. Phone: (714) 744-3175, ext.4406. Fax: (714) 744-3176. E-mail: email@example.com web site: www.thecsd.com
RELAX, REST, RENEW -- A sabbatical that you design. Monastic setting in beautiful Oregon. Spiritual direction, daily Eucharist, classes and retreats. Outings to beaches and mountains. August-May or shorter periods. Men and women. Contact: Jo Morton, OSB, Shalom Prayer Center, 840 S. Main St., Mount Angel, OR 97362. Phone: (503) 845-6773. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.open.org/shalom
SACRED TIME AT CORAZON is a personal enrichment experience for women set within an environment of contemplative space, solitude, leisure. The invitation of hospitality is enhanced by possibilities for spiritual direction, private/directed retreats. Workshops in creativity/human/spiritual development themes are offered from September through May. Sacred Time includes options of extended stay -- September to June or shorter periods of time -- months, weeks. For further information contact: Corazon Staff, PO Box 189, Glasco, NY 12432. Phone: (845) 246-8941. Fax: (845) 246-5610*51. E-mail: email@example.com
STUDY TOP-OF-THE-LINE PASTORAL SPANISH and the real Mexican cultural program, total immersion, one-on-one, customized, year-round, start anytime, go as long as you like tutorials. Special emphasis on pastoral care of Hispanics and on developing fluency in professionally oriented Spanish. Excellent faculty. Direct interaction with the Mexican church and the genuine Mexican culture reality. Contact: CIRIMEX, 205 Hill Ave., Ottumwa, IA 52501. Phone: (641) 682-4264. Fax: (641) 684-4690. Guadalajara, Mexico, phone: 011-52-333-121-4878. Mexican fax: 011-52-333-121-7738. Worldwide e-mail: CIRIMEX@aol.com
IF SPEAKING SPANISH would enhance your ability to serve, consider--¡Español Rápido! Host a class in 2005. (800) 622-5041. www.expandedlearning.com
LEARN SPANISH, ENJOY NATURE, La Escuela de Idiomas DAmore Spanish Immersion Center. Immerse yourself in Spanish on the beaches of Costa Rica. Adjacent to Manual Antonio National Park. Intensive Spanish immersion programs. Small, personal classes. Beach lodging or homestays available. Contact: La Escuela DAmore, PO Box 67, Quepos, Costa Rica. USA phone/fax: (262) 367-8598. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.escueladamore.com
BASIC SPANISH AND SACRAMENTAL PRACTICE for pastoral ministers, a practical and pastoral option for the time-stretched priest or religious who cannot get away or who does not have the inclination for a total immersion program but who nevertheless needs the basic skills and competency to be effective. July 17-Aug. 5, 2005. Redemptorist Renewal Center, Tucson, Ariz. Phone: (520) 744-3400. Web site: www.desertrenewal.org
IMMERSION IN SPANISH LANGUAGE and culture courses, June 5-23, 2005 in Miami. Designed for religious, priests, deacons, seminarians and laity interested in the Hispanic people and Hispanic ministry. Recommended for beginners. Write or call for brochure: Southeast Pastoral Institute (SEPI), 7700 S.W. 56th St., Miami, FL 33155. Phone: (305) 279-2333. E-mail: email@example.com
Romero Tour, March 2005. Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Archbishop Romero’s Martyrdom in El Salvador. March 28-April 3. Phone: (512) 388-7957. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org web site: www.fssca.net
REFORMED CATHOLIC CHURCH, progressive and inclusive. Valid orders. Tutorial seminary. Personalized ministry. PO Box 725, Hampton Bays, NY 11946. Phone: (631) 728-2633
NATIONAL CATHOLIC CHURCH OF AMERICA - web site: members.aol.com/NatCathCh. Phone (518) 434-8861.
CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH in North America -- Marital status and gender not an impediment to holy orders. Phone: (212) 923-1901. Web site: www.cacina.org
FULL-TIME MARRIED OR SINGLE men and women under 65. Live, work, pray in community with Franciscan Friars in California and Arizona. Receive spiritual growth, room, board, medical insurance and living allowance. Requires adaptability, tolerance, good health and freedom from obligations. Contact: Franciscan Covenant Program, PO Box 970, San Juan Bautista, CA 95045. Phone: (831) 623-1119. E-mail: email@example.com
DOMAIN REGISTRATION: $8.95/year; Web Hosting: $3.95/monthly and other low cost services. www.SaveMoreStore.com
PEACE, EARTH, HUMAN DIGNITY. Reflection, Action, Community. Sisters Online. www.sistersonline.org
THE CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF DALLAS, dedicated to serving our parishes and faith community, has the following position available for immediate placement: Associate Director for the Department of Catechetical Services. Responsibilities: masters degree in theology, religious education or pastoral studies or equivalent; experienced in parish catechetical leadership minimum of five years; flexibility and ability to work as a team; bilingual in Spanish is strongly desirable; Catholic in good standing. Please send resume to: Search Committee, Attention: Department of Catechetical Services, P. O. Box 190507, Dallas, TX 75219.
NETWORK FOR MERCY EDUCATION -- full-time or part-time associate director effective August 15, 2005. Qualifications: Catholic, commitment to furthering Mercy sponsored secondary and elementary education as works of the Church faithful to the charism, values and tradition of the Sisters of Mercy. Knowledge of sponsorship and skills in leadership and administration. Ability to travel to implement programs and services of the Network. Location flexible. Masters degree or equivalent experience. Computer skills required. Send resume, three references, salary expectations, availability for full or part-time by January 14, 2005 to: Search Committee, Network for Mercy Education, 7315 S. Yale, Chicago, IL 60621. Web site: www.netmercyed.org
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT -- The National Pastoral Life Center, the leading resource for the best of thinking and practice in Catholic pastoral ministry, seeks its first Director of Development A great opportunity for an enthusiastic, creative person who knows and loves Catholic parish life; excellent writing and verbal skills, and computer literacy are essential. Part-time or full-time. Please send cover letter and resume to: Rev. Eugene Lauer, National Pastoral Life Center, 18 Bleecker Street, NY, NY 10012 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please!
DIRECTOR OF CHURCH RELATIONS -- Bread for the World, a national advocacy organization on hunger and development issues, seeks a Director of Church Relations to provide strategic leadership for all church outreach activities on behalf of Bread for the World and Bread for the World Institute. This individual will lead a team of six (6) staff members that develops and strengthens relationships at the national, regional and local church levels to encourage and support church engagement in seeking justice for hungry and poor people in the U.S. and around the world. Must have knowledge of and experience in the ecumenical church world, including solid acquaintance with communions across the religious spectrum. A high level of relational, organizational, management and fund-raising skills; general knowledge of hunger issues, public policy advocacy, and the biblical basis for hunger advocacy; strong written and verbal skills; and some acquaintance with Christian theology. Send cover letter, resume, availability and salary requirements to: Bread for the World, Inc., Human Resources - CR, 50 F Street, N.W., Suite 500, Washington, DC 20001; fax: (202) 639-9401. E-mail: email@example.com No Phone Calls Please.
THE GUATEMALA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION/USA is seeking a director. Founded in1982, GHRC/USA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, humanitarian organization that documents and reports on the human rights situation in Guatemala and advocates for positive change. Duties include fundraising, overseeing current projects, and developing new projects to improve human rights conditions in Guatemala. The director must have demonstrated success in fundraising and be fluent in Spanish, familiar with the history of Guatemala, and committed to human rights. The job is in Washington, DC, but a willingness to travel to Guatemala is essential. See www.ghrc-usa.org for more information.
JESUIT VOLUNTEER CORP: South, a Catholic lay volunteer organization working for justice and peace, seeks Director of Development/Former Volunteer Relations. Responsibility for publications, appeals, fundraising events, and program and networking opportunities for former volunteers. Qualifications: two plus years, fundraising experience, knowledge of Access/Excel, strong organization and project management skills. 25-30K plus benefits. Equal opportunity employer. Send cover letter and resume to: Pam Krinock, Director, JVC: South, P.O. Box 3126, Houston, TX 77253. E-mail: Pam@JesuitVolunteers.org
DIRECTOR, Center for Spiritual Care, South Bend, IN. Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center seeks an NACC certified chaplain to lead spiritual care across multiple campuses. Must possess proven business management skills. Saint Joseph has a highly rated accredited CPE program and nationally recognized ministry to the poor and underserved. Located near the University of Notre Dame and Saint Marys College, SJRMC offers an attractive benefits package and a mission-centered atmosphere where you can make a difference. Send application and salary requirements to: 801 E LaSalle Avenue, South Bend IN, 46617. Fax: (574) 237-6833. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
FUNDRAISER: Comboni Lay Mission Program seeks part-time fundraiser. Handle grant proposals, mass mailings, special events; maintain donor database. Good writing and computer skills, fundraising experience, and preferably overseas mission experience. Send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com Or fax: (708) 354-2006.
1100-FAMILY PARISH near Chesapeake Bay beaches seeks creative, enthusiastic Music Minister committed to vibrant, eclectic liturgy. Good organ and piano skills are required. Knowledge in Catholic liturgy preferred as is BA in music, liturgy, related fields and/or equivalent experience. Position description and further information available at our website: www.trinitynorfolk.org
MUSIC DIRECTOR -- Full time position available immediately in a rapidly growing suburban parish of 1,750 families. Responsible for directly providing music for three weekend Masses plus overseeing Latino and Anglo band leaders for the other two weekend Masses, directing a choir and cantors, and providing music for English-speaking funerals and weddings. Must be proficient in keyboard, have excellent interpersonal skills, and be a practicing Catholic in sync with the principles of Vatican II. Excellent benefit package and salary. Send resume via e-mail attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org, or send to Music Search, St. Catherine of Siena Parish, 520 W. Holding Avenue, Wake Forest, NC 27587.
BOYS HOPE GIRLS HOPE helps children who are hurt and at-risk, yet academically capable, to realize their potential by providing value-centered, family-like homes and quality education through college. We seek committed and mature individuals for our live-in residential counselor positions. Our residential counselors work as a member of a team, serving as surrogate parents to the six to eight scholars per home. Competitive salary, room, board and benefits provided. College degree and one to three years experience required. Boys Hope Girls Hope is located in 16 U.S. cities. For current openings please visit our Web site. To apply for a position, send resume to Stephanie Welberg, Employment Manager. Fax: (314) 298-1251. E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.boyshopegirlshope.org
LIVE PEACE, DO JUSTICE -- In LArche Washington, DC. People with and without developmental disabilities practice peacemaking by sharing daily life of work, prayer and holy leisure in interdenominational Christian community. Room, board, stipend, insurance, spiritual formation, professional trainings. Resume: LArche, PO Box 21471, Washington, DC 20009. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
LAY MISSIONARIES -- Lay Mission-Helpers Association seeking teachers, nurses, administrators, computer techs, and so forth. To serve overseas missions for three years. Airfare, monthly stipend, medical insurance provided. E-mail: email@example.com Apply online at Web site: www.laymissionhelpers.org
CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY seeks both an ACADEMIC DIRECTOR and a RESIDENT DIRECTOR for its innovative community-based study abroad program in the Dominican Republic, Encuentro Dominicano. Applicants for both positions should be fluently bilingual in Spanish and English and have experience with bi-cultural living in Latin America, international service projects, and/or academic study-abroad programs. For more information about either position, please see http://puffin.creighton.edu/dr/ The ACADEMIC DIRECTOR will be the chief academic and administrative officer on site. Applicants for this position should hold an appropriate academic degree in any humanities or social science discipline (Ph.D. strongly preferred; M.A./M.S. with college teaching experience accepted). Applicants should also have experience in budget administration and demonstrated ability to integrate the Ignatian and Catholic spiritual tradition as part of a reflective process for students in an ecumenical atmosphere. The academic director will report directly to Creightons Dean of Arts and Sciences and will work collaboratively with the Resident Director and the Executive Director of the CESI Center outside Santiago, which hosts the program. The Academic Director will be responsible for teaching/coordinating a six-credit course that explores the sociology, history and economics of the Dominican Republic and involves community-based (service) learning from the perspective of faith and justice. The RESIDENT DIRECTOR, working in close collaboration with the Academic Director, will be responsible for the delivery of programs and services. MA/MS in College Student Development, Counseling, Business, or a related field and Residence Life experience will be strongly preferred; BA/BS required. The resident director will coordinate in-country student orientations, facilitate student retreats, develop weekend cultural programming opportunities, attract new students to the program, assist in the coordination of service sites, and uphold university policies and procedures. The resident director will report directly to Creightons associate director of Residence Life and will work collaboratively with the academic director and the executive director of the CESI Center outside Santiago, which hosts the program. Application deadline for both positions: Monday, December 20. Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. Positions available on or after February 1, 2005. To apply for Academic Director, submit a letter of application that specifically addresses your understanding of Ignatian spirituality and its role in education; a current CV; all academic transcripts; and three letters of recommendation to: Timothy Austin, Dean, Creighton College of Arts & Sciences, Creighton University, 2500 California Plaza, Omaha, NE, 68178. Requisition # 597. To apply for Resident Director, submit a detailed letter of application; a current resume; and references to: Human Resources Creighton University 2500 California Plaza, Omaha, NE, 68178 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, Requisition # 598.Creighton University is a Jesuit, Catholic institution that encourages applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds who believe they can contribute to its distinctive educational tradition. Creighton University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
METROPOLITAN CONGREGATIONS UNITED seeks full time professional community organizer to work with top grassroots faith-based organization in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Bachelors degree with community organizing and political experience preferred. Must have strong commitment and passion for justice. Interested in serious candidates only who seek career opportunity. Benefits provided. Mail resume to: MCU, 4501 Westminster Place, St. Louis, MO 63108. For information, phone: (314) 367-3484.
PASTORAL ASSOCIATE for Formation & Catechesis. A vibrant, suburban parish of 2,900 culturally diverse households with a pastoral staff committed to shared ministry is seeking qualified candidate to coordinate programs and ministries for childrens religious faith formation. The position includes the administration of the current traditional model of religious education and sacramental preparation as well as moving toward whole community catechesis. The successful candidate should have a BA or MA degree in religious education or pastoral ministry and appropriate parish administrative experience. Please send resume to: Search Committee, St. Matthias Parish, 168 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Somerset, NJ 08873 or e-mail: email@example.com
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL -- Diocese of La Crosse, Aquinas High School, a Coulee Catholic School, is accepting applications for the position of high school principal for the 2005-2006 school year. Aquinas High School is located in La Crosse, a suburban city of 52,000, nestled between the Mississippi River and the bluffs of southwestern Wisconsin. Aquinas High School is steeped in a tradition of academic excellence, a strong Catholic faith experience, and is well supported by the extended community and a Foundation Program. Founded in 1928, Aquinas is a ninth through twelfth grade Catholic, Multi-Parish High School enrolling 400 students and is accredited by the North Central Accreditation. The qualified candidate will be a practicing Catholic, possess a masters degree in educational administration (or its equivalent), be certifiable in the state of Wisconsin, and will have at least three years of demonstrated experience in administration and teaching at the high school level. Salary and benefits are competitive. Please submit letter of interest, resume and three letters of reference and University credentials to: Coulee Catholic Schools, Attention: Principal Search, 521 S. 13th Street, La Crosse WI 54601.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL POSITION -- St. Andrew Parish School, Coral Springs, Fla., is accepting applications for the position of principal. Applicant must be a practicing Catholic, willing to be part of this community, hold a masters degree and a minimum of 10 years of teaching experience, preferably in Catholic schools, with some experience in school administration. Please send your resume to: Pastor, St. Andrew Catholic Parish, 9950 NW 29th Street, Coral Springs, FL 33065. Fax: (954) 752-3986.
YOUTH MINISTRY COORDINATOR -- Mary Queen Church, Lexington, Ky., is seeking a full-time youth ministry coordinator - 1,800 family parish. Requires bachelor degree, minimum three years experience working with teenagers, fulfillment of diocesan requirements for youth ministry certification. Position available immediately. Salary commensurate with experience. Send resume/references to: Walter Leachman, Mary Queen Church, 601 Hill N Dale, Lexington, KY 40503. Phone:(859) 278-7432. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUTH MINISTRY AND ADULT Religious Education position: Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Ormond Beach, Fla. is seeking a person to serve as youth minister for high school students and assist with young adult ministries with adult religious education responsibilities. Degree in religious studies/theology preferred. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Send resume to: Search Committee, Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 600 S. Nova Road, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 or e-mail to: email@example.com
A 420-PLUS PARISH in suburban Atlanta is seeking a youth minister responsible for ministry to students in grades nine through 12. Applicant should be a practicing, committed Catholic with a grasp of Catholic teaching, training in education or related field and experience working in a youth ministry program. The position is full-/part-time (benefits negotiable). Responsibilities include organization and implementation of a Total Youth Ministry Program: catechesis, prayer and spiritual development, service/outreach programs and social activities. Knowledge of various youth ministry models a plus. Please send resume to: Cindy Madrid, fax: (770) 253-1290. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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