National Catholic Reporter

Updated January 7, 2005

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PROVIDING A COMPASSIONATE ALTERNATIVE to serve and be served. Web site:

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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: For more information about Christian meditation phone toll-free: (800) 324-8305. Or visit the World Community for Christian Meditation Web site:


MASTER OF DIVINITY -- distance learn and/or residential; bachelor through doctorate. Phone: (718) 698-0700. Web site:


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:

House of Prayer

DESERT HOUSE OF PRAYER. Quietness in the Sonoran Desert near Tucson, Ariz. Individuals desiring a closer walk with Jesus, 520-744-3825,


GRADUATE INTERNSHIP, Villanova University. Villanova University offers a two-year graduate campus ministry internship for those pursuing a graduate degree in the academic field of their choice. All applicants should be graduated from college by August 2004. Two years of general work and/or volunteer experience is preferred. Faith filled applicants are a must and need to be willing to share their journey of faith in God with others. Interns work and live in freshmen residence halls modeling, building, and living Christian community. They offer students opportunities to develop personally and spiritually through liturgy, service projects, retreats and evenings of reflection. Interns receive room and board, tuition remission, and a stipend. Deadline: February 15, 2005 .E-mail: or call: (610) 519-4088. Application/information is available through our web site

Language Studies

INTENSIVE PASTORAL ENGLISH: Adult language instruction includes vocabulary for ministry. Small classes, multicultural setting, outstanding faculty. Offered in three-week blocks year-round. Mexican American Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas. Accreditation: USCCB/CCA. Contact Edna Cardona: (210) 732-2156, ext. 7102. Web site:


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:

Parish Missions

DYNAMIC, CREATIVE PREACHING -- Parish missions, Faculty in-service, retreats for religious. Web site:


PILGRIMAGE Bethany Spirituality Center (Highland Mills, NY) pilgrimage to Italy. Bill Drobach, SA, Norene Costa, RJM; Catherine McIntyre, RJM. June 12-22. Rome, Montecassino, Subiaco, Assisi, LaVerna, Siena, Florence. Write, e’mail, call for special flier. Phone: (845) 460-3061 e-mail: Web site:

PILGRIMAGES WITH Fr. Thomas A. Kane, CSP-”Greece and Turkey: In the Footsteps of Paul, John and Mary” with Bruce Nieli, CSP, June 6 to 18, 2005, $2999 from NYC. “Rome: A Pilgrimage into the Heart of Ignatius de Loyola” with Julio Giulietti, SJ, June 25 to July 2, 2005, $2149 from Boston. “Ireland: Exploring the Roots of Celtic Spirituality”, July 6 to 16, 2005, $2599 from Boston. Travel Arrangements by Catholic Travel Centre. For free brochure:

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:

12 DAY PILGRIMAGE TO TURKEY. Join the “Ephesus Meeting” ( 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: Phone: 432-687-1038.

WOMEN OF BIBLE LANDS with author Martha Ann Kirk, June 3-17, 2005. Phone: (210) 829-3854. Web site:


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:


“LIVING THE GOSPEL JOYFULLY”, Feb. 25-27, led by Fr. John Catoir at Jesus House Prayer and Renewal Center, Wilmington, Del. Fr. Catoir was formerly the CEO of The Christophers and led the TV series, “Christopher Closeup” for 17 years. He’s founder and current president of St. Jude Media Ministry. To register or for information call Jesus House at (302) 995-6859. E-mail: Or visit our web site:

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.

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: Web site:

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: Web site:


SPRING SABBATICAL: May 3 - June 2, 2005, participants reverence their journey of the mature years, reflect on Sabbath time and celebrate life’s 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: Web site:

FORMATION CONSULTATION SERVICES -- provides unique, flexible and holistic sabbatical programs within a nurturing small community atmosphere. Programs are tailored specifically to each participant’s needs. Program details are located on our web site: Our web site also offers a helpful selection of articles on formation for free downloading. Phone: (508) 234-6540.

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: Web site:

Spanish Studies

INTENSIVE PASTORAL SPANISH: Mexican American Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas. Adult learning in multicultural faith community. Small classes, outstanding faculty. Offered in three-week blocks year-round. Accreditation: USCCB/CCA. Contact Edna Cardona: (210) 732-2156, ext. 7102. Web site:

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:

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:

Study Tours

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: Web site:


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: 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:


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:


Employment Opportunities


THE CHURCH OF ST. THOMAS MORE, a Roman Catholic Community of parish and university ministry, located in Durham, N.H., has a full time position available in campus ministry. This person will be part of the parish pastoral team and a member of the University of New Hampshire Chaplains Association. Primary responsibilities include organization of service-learning opportunities, retreats, educational programs, spring-break alternatives and mentoring university students. A master’s degree in related area and experience preferred. Experience in liturgy a plus. Position is available immediately. Send letters/resumes, including three references to: Rev. Daniel A. St. Laurent, Church of St. Thomas More, P.O. Box 620, Durham, NH 03824-0620.


ACADEMIC DEAN -- Marist School, Atlanta, Georgia. Marist School, a coed, day, independent, Catholic school for 1032 students in grades seven-12 seeks candidates for the position of academic dean. The school was founded in 1901, and continues to be administered, by the Society of Mary. The academic dean serves as the administrative agent of the principal in the management of Marist’s academic programs. The dean is responsible for providing leadership, direction, guidance, and supervision of students and faculty to ensure consistent articulation between Marist’s academic programs and its overall educational mission. The academic dean directly supervises the academic department chairs and, through them, the instructional staff, and serves on the Principal’s administrative team along with other senior administrators. The compensation package for this position will be highly attractive and commensurate with the background and experience of the chosen candidate. The benefits program at Marist School is well regarded by its employees. Ideal candidates for this position will have the following characteristics: a master’s degree; university or secondary level faculty leadership experiences; the ability to think strategically, but also attend to day-to-day details; talent in working with a diverse teenage student body and their parents; a commitment to working in a Catholic school; and strong writing and oral communication skills. Marist School is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Candidates should apply by February 8 with a cover letter, current resume, list of five references and statement of educational philosophy as email attachments in MS Word to: Edward C. Lingenheld ( Or David R. Skillen ( ISC Search, 245 Perimeter Center Parkway, Suite 225, Atlanta, GA 30346. Questions and/or nominations should be directed to ISC Search consultants: David R. Skillen (Phone: 678/259-8279) or Edward C. Lingenheld (Phone: 919/264-8636) To see the full text of the Position Profile consult ISC’s web site:


CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES, Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, seeks applicants for two positions in small, rural Appalachian county in southern West Virginia coalfields. McDowell County Director oversees programs addressing needs of people challenged by high rates of poverty, joblessness, and illiteracy. Includes adult learning center, daycare center, after school project, social outreach/advocacy. Background/education in education, social work, and/or non-profit administration required. Even Start Program Director directs family literacy efforts in same locale. Background/education in early education, elementary education, and/or adult learning required. Willingness to work with and for poor in collaborative model essential in both positions; two year commitment preferred. Inquire for extended job/salary/benefits descriptions. Apply by February 15; starting date March (negotiable). Send resumes and inquiries to Michael Vincent, PO Box 386, Princeton, WV 24740. Phone: (304)425-4306. Fax: (304)425-7515. E-mail:

DIRECTOR OF PASTORAL SERVICES and Values Education-Holy Cross Children’s Services, a Catholic-oriented, non-profit childcare and family preservation agency, has an opening for a director of pastoral services and values education in Clinton, Michigan. The agency conducts residential and community-based programs for adjudicated youth. Our programs incorporate formal education, peer influence, individual attention, family involvement, and staff teamwork. This position supervises a staff of chaplains based at four campuses and oversees the spiritual care of over 500 youth throughout the state of Michigan. Qualifications include a master’s degree in divinity, theology or related field, four years management experience, and NACC certification. Equal opportunity employer. Interested candidates may forward their resume to Brother Francis Boylan, Holy Cross Children’s Services, 8759 Clinton-Macon Rd., Clinton, MI 49236. Fax: (517) 423-5442.

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:


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/COO -- Catholic Charities, Jacksonville, Fla., is seeking an ED/COO responsible for all administrative, supervisory and fiscal functions of the operation, programs and services of the four-county regional office. Office has five major programs, 30 staff and $3M budget. Ideal candidate needs to have MPA, MSW or equivalent, five years experience. Equal opportunity employer. Deadline: Jan. 21, 2005Send resumes to: HR, Catholic Charities, 134 E. Church St., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Fax: (904) 354-4718. For information phone: (904) 354-4846, ext. 228.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: National Association of Catholic Chaplains, a not-for-profit national organization seeks Executive Director with collaborative style to lead membership organization of professional Roman Catholic chaplains. Thorough understanding of chaplain education and practice required. Candidate must be a member of the Roman Catholic Church in good standing with a comprehensive understanding of current theology, ecclesiology, spiritual and sacramental practices within the church. Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to build relationships with a broad spectrum of related professionals, ecclesial leaders, and potential financial donors are essential. Experience in administrative leadership, including strategic visioning and planning, business management and development. Relocation preferred, but negotiable. Qualified applicants submit letter of application, resume, and salary expectations by January 14, 2005, to: Search Committee, NACC, P.O. Box 070473, Milwaukee, WI 53207-0473. E-mail: Web site:


CARITAS VEHICLE SERVICES is seeking two very unique individuals as our liaisons in the New England /southeastern NY and mid-western (Chicago/Milwaukee) areas. As a current religious or lay associate, you understand the nuances that uniquely exist among leadership of religious. Computer and administrative skills are a must; a strong communicator who can work independently; is sincere and evokes trust from the people they call upon. Requires travel in the area. Experience in overseeing the cars in your congregation would be helpful but not a must; industry training will be provided. Reply to: Sister Nadine Heimann, OSF: or call Tammy Cheever at 888-227-4827 ext 103.


MUSIC TEACHER -- St. Joseph Catholic School in Stuart, Fla., is seeking a music teacher, PK-eight. Persons who apply should be familiar with educating young minds and be innovative with music as it relates to liturgy preparation. Teacher will be responsible for music for school Masses, liturgical preparation, Lenten program held in the spring, school choir and developing a music appreciation class for middle school students. Applicant needs to have strong classroom management skills. This position will also assist the parish Music Minister. Interviews will take place in January. Please mail resume to: Judith H. Edelman, Principal, St. Joseph Catholic School, 1200 E. 10th St., Stuart, FL 34996. Fax to: (772) 287-4733.

MUSIC MINISTER -- St. Joseph Catholic Church, located in Stuart, Fla. (approximately 30 miles north of Palm Beach) seeks a music minister for its 2,500 parish family community. Desired background includes: strong spirituality; experience in directing adult, children and youth choirs and training cantors. Parish has a very active youth program. Strong background in Catholic Liturgy. Organizational/developmental skills required and the ability to work well with the pastoral team. Parish also will have an assistant music minister. Competitive salary and benefits. Please send resume and three references to: Fr. Noel McGrath (Pastor), St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1200 E. 10th St., Stuart, FL 34996. Fax: (772) 287-4998.

ORGANIST/MUSIC COORDINATOR PT 10-20 hours (Possibly fulltime if experienced in liturgical coordination). Traditional organist to rehearse and accompany various music groups for 3 weekend Masses, Holy Days and special occasions. Requirements: Proficient in: organ both traditional and classical; knowledge and application of the catholic liturgy and comfortable with different music styles. Salary and benefits: commensurate with ability and experience. Deadline: January 30, 2005. Send resume to: St. Sebastian Parish, c/o Mary Baker, 476 Mull Ave. Akron, OH 44320. Questions phone:(330) 836-7343 or e-mail:


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: Web site:


OPERATIONS MANAGER -- Children’s Hunger Relief Fund (CHRF) is a Christian Relief and Development NGO located in Santa Rosa, CA. The Operation Manager. will implement priorities and strategies established by the organization’s executive officers through management of office systems and staff. The Operation Manager. will be responsible for maintaining a supportive office environment, supervising overall work flow and ensuring project execution. The successful candidate will have at least five years of supervisory experience, be detail oriented and have demonstrated skills at managing people and processes to achieve results within deadlines. Equal opportunity employer. Web site: Send resume to (preferred method) or fax to: (202) 478-1788. No phone calls.


A PART TIME POSITION is available at the Mercy Center in Colorado Springs, CO includes Mass and individual spiritual direction at the Center with optional Part-time in local parish to include sacramental ministry and related duties. Contact Tim Fogle, Executive Director at or (719) 633-2302.


GLENMARY HOME MISSIONERS seek a Pastoral Associate to collaborate with a Glenmary Pastor in providing leadership for a rural mission church in Swainsboro, GA . Interested persons must be a Catholic in good standing, have a master’s in theology, pastoral studies, or related field; missionary attitude; parish ministry experience. Fluency (reading, writing, speaking) in both Spanish and English absolutely necessary. Send resume and references to: Ms. Liz Dudas, 1312 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37208-2726. Phone: (615) 256-1900. Fax: (615) 256-1902. E-mail:

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 children’s 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:


SAINT GERTRUDE HIGH SCHOOL, Richmond, Virginia a Catholic, independent, college preparatory high school of 280 young women, owned and operated by the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia since 1922, seeks an energetic and collaborative President to carry on its strong tradition of academic excellence and faith development. This first President of Saint Gertrude will be a committed, practicing Catholic who will learn about and promote the Benedictine vision of Catholic education, be a strong leader with compelling vision, a team builder, possess exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrate successful experience in fundraising, marketing and financial management. A qualified candidate will hold a masters degree in an appropriately related field. Salary is competitive and commensurate with education and experience. Preferred start date is July 1, 2005. Review of applications will begin February 7, 2005 and continue until position is filled. Interested and qualified candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest addressing requirements/skills listed above, resume and names, addresses and telephone numbers of five references, to Saint Gertrude High School Presidential Search, Catholic School Management, P.O. Box 4071, Madison, CT 06443-4071. Web site:


BETHLEHEM HIGH SCHOOL, Bardstown, Kentucky., is seeking a principal beginning in the 2005-2006 school year. Candidates must be successful educators with proven administrative experience and be committed to a strong academic and spiritual program for the school community. Strong leadership and communications skills are also desired. Bethlehem is a coed school of 300 and features a college preparatory curriculum. Our school, the oldest in the state, recently celebrated its 185th anniversary and currently serves students from several central Kentucky counties. Qualified candidates must be practicing Catholics and have a Kentucky principal’s certification. Inquiries and resumes should be submitted by February 1, 2005 to: Principal Search Committee, P.O. Box 548, Bardstown, KY 40004. Fax: (502) 349-0941. E-mail: For more information about Bethlehem High School, visit our web site:

VISITATION CATHOLIC SCHOOL, a kindergarten through eighth grade elementary school in Kansas City, Missouri, is seeking applicants for the school principal position for the upcoming 2005-2006 academic year. The new principal will oversee a staff of approximately 40 educators and support staff, will serve on the parish leadership team, and will be expected to maintain high academic and faith formation standards. Visitation is an accredited urban school with approximately 500 students located south of the Plaza. We are looking for a strong leader that will continue Visitation’s tradition of academic excellence. Candidates should be Catholic, have a master’s degree, and a minimum of three years of teaching experience in a Catholic school. Applications are available on the Diocesan website and are being accepted until Friday, January 28.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL -- Holy Family School, South Pasadena, California, is accepting applications for principal for the 2005-2006 school year. Seeking a practicing Catholic who models Christian teaching and faith and has a commitment to nurturing a Catholic faith community. Requires a strong educational background with leadership skills in teaching, curriculum, staff and resource development, school finance and public relations. Master’s degree in education/administration preferred. Send confidential resume, including salary history, to: Principal Search Committee, Holy Family Church, 1527 Fremont Avenue, South Pasadena, CA 91030. Fax: (626) 799-4102. E-mail:

PRINCIPAL OPENING -- La Salle College High School, Wyndmoor, PA, an independent Catholic college preparatory school for 1,060 boys, grades nine-12, founded and conducted by the Brothers of the Christian Schools since 1858, seeks an educational leader for the position of principal beginning on July 1, 2005. The principal is responsible for the daily operation of the school and reports to the President and the Board of Trustees. Candidate should be a practicing Catholic, have a Masters Degree, and a minimum of five years of administrative experience in a secondary school, preferably in a Lasallian school. Salary, benefits, negotiable depending on professional qualifications and previous experience. To learn more about La Salle College High School visit our website at Interested candidates are invited to contact: President’s Office, Principal Search Committee, La Salle College High School, 8605 Cheltenham Avenue, Wyndmoor, PA 19038. Phone: (215) 233-2911 x 3002. Fax: (215) 836-4502. E-mail:

THE DIOCESE OF PENSACOLA-TALLAHASSEE is accepting applications for the position of Principal for the St. Paul Catholic School, Pensacola, Fla., 2005-2006 school year. Applicant must be practicing Catholic, possess master’s degree in school supervision/administration or equivalent certification, and have five years teaching experience preferably in Catholic school. Deadline January 31. Applications can be obtained from: Diocesan Office of Catholic Education, PO Drawer. 17329, Pensacola, FL 32522-7329. (850)435-3500.

PRINCIPAL WANTED, write Lumen Christi High School Principal Search Committee, PO Box 781, Jackson, Michigan 49204, e-mail: or check our website at


SUPERINTENDENT OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS for the Diocese of Charleston, SC. The ideal candidate will be a practicing Catholic with a PhD or MS in education and/or school administration and a minimum of five to ten years previous administrative experience within the Catholic school ministry. The superintendent’s position is called to embrace and implement the common vision of the Catholic church and advocate an academic program within a safe environment which cherishes a diverse and multicultural population. For consideration please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Attention: Human Resources, 1662 Ingram Rd, Charleston, SC 29407. Fax: (843) 402-9071. E-mail:


UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS announces a three-year Tschoepe Chair of Homiletics to begin July 1, 2005. The professor will both teach and act as a resource to the local dioceses. Interested parties should submit by February 1, 2005 a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references to: Search Committee, Tschoepe Chair of Homiletics, Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies, 1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062. For more information about the IRPS, please visit our website at

LITURGY PROFESSOR. Washington Theological Union, a Roman Catholic graduate school of theology and ministry announces a full-time faculty position in the field of liturgical studies beginning Fall 2005. Applicant should be a Roman Catholic priest with a doctorate in liturgical studies or liturgical theology. Primary responsibilities include teaching courses in the sacraments and sacramental liturgy, liturgical presiding and associated electives. Preference given to applicants with demonstrated excellence in teaching graduate students preparing for ordained and lay ministry; rank and duration of appointment are open. Application deadline: February 15, 2005. Send a letter of application including statements of teaching philosophy and research interests, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness and three letters of recommendation to: Dean’s Office, Washington Theological Union, 6896 Laurel Street, NW, Washington, DC 20012. Contact: Website:


ALL SAINTS PARISH, a dynamic and diverse Catholic community located in Hayward, California (25 miles south east of San Francisco) is seeking a full time candidate for the position of Coordinator of Youth Ministry. We are seeking an enthusiastic candidate to be a part of an exciting ministry whose role will be to foster the personal and spiritual growth of the parish’s youth by drawing them into various ministries of our church. Additionally, the candidate will direct the parish’s Confirmation Program and implement junior and senior high school faith formation programs. The candidate will be given the opportunity and necessary resources to lead the program in a highly professional and effective manner. The position will remain open until filled. For a job description or more information, please contact Tom Passanisi:

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:

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