National Catholic Reporter

Updated February 11, 2005

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BACK IN PRINT by popular demand, “Where God Begins To Be” by Karen Karper is an absorbing account of a woman’s journey into solitude. Through vivid vignettes, readers experience contemporary hermit life lived amid the poverty and privation of a WV holler. Book Store ISBN 0-595-33321-4. Order on line: Web site:


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.

 Graduate Studies

MA IN SERVANT-LEADERSHIP -- Viterbo University in scenic La Crosse, Wis., offers the MA in Servant-Leadership for lay-persons transforming the church and their community. This unique program is now available in a blended on-line and two-week summer format. Call Trevor Hall at 1-800-VITERBO or visit us at:


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:


GRADUATE INTERNSHIP, Villanova . 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

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:

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


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

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:

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. lease register by March 1. Phone: (845) 460-3061. E-mail: Web site:

IRELAND PILGRIMAGE -”Exploring the Heart and Soul of Celtic Spirituality”. Scholars will make the Celtic traditions of Ireland come alive, adding rich meaning to your life. September 18 - October 1. Contact: Jane Comerford, CSJ, (509) 868-1683; 1305 N. Napa, Spokane, WA 99202. E-mail:


LENTEN RETREATS - Ecumenical Holy Week Retreat. Private, group, guided. Evensong by the Sea, Retreat & Spirituality Center on Cape Cod. Phone toll-free: (800) 455-0247. See our Web site for details:

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.

ENCOUNTER WITH SILENCE Manresa Retreat House, Michigan July 17-24, 2005. “Famous Retreat” Dorothy Day called “Bread of the Strong”. Silence, meditation, prayer. Private rooms, $295.00 Contact Michael Hugo E-mail: Phone: 847-920-2537.

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:

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:


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:


Employment Opportunities


DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS MINISTRY: Full-time position provides for ministerial needs of students at Miami University of Ohio through programming, listening and presence. St. Mary’s Catholic Campus Ministry is a well-established program that provides many opportunities for college students to learn more about a God of love and joy; to become involved in parish ministries, Christian outreach, and mission opportunities in the United States and Central America; and to deepen their faith life through prayer, retreats and interaction with other students and the members of a vital parish community of 700 families. Expected starting date is summer, 2005. Salary commensurate with education and experience. To read a more detailed description of the position and full details regarding the application process, visit the parish web site at and click on to the Campus Ministry Job Description link.

DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS MINISTRY -- Seeking full-time Director of Campus Ministry to join staff of three in a University parish setting. Position includes outreach and Catholic community development for Drake residential campus. 3200 students, 800 Catholics. Qualifications: Master of Theology or related field. Prior experience preferred. Begin July 2005. Competitive salary and benefits. Send letter of application discussing qualifications and interest, resume and names and addresses of three references to: Search Committee, St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Student Center, 1150 28th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50311.

DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS MINISTRY -- Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, CT. Saint Joseph College, a four year liberal arts and women’s college, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, invites applications for the position of Director of Campus Ministry. Reporting to the president of the college and in collaboration with the Priest/Chaplain, the individual in this full-time 12-month position develops and sustains a faith community that is centered on the human and religious dimension of the lives of all members of the Saint Joseph College campus. The director assists students with the application of spiritual values and faith development, provides pastoral counseling and spiritual direction, offers spiritual retreats for students and develops and offers a variety of inclusive ecumenical and interfaith activities to address the needs of a diverse campus population. The incumbent will provide leadership in social justice, ethics, ecumenism, diversity, and prayer, foster the charism of the Sisters of Mercy and support the mission and values of the college and of the Catholic Church. The successful candidate will be an active Catholic with a master of divinity or master’s degree in religious studies/theology, and demonstrate a collaborative approach to ministry along with a commitment to women’s issues and to developing women as leaders. Two or more years of campus or pastoral ministry along with knowledge of student development, including spiritual development, at the higher education level will be necessary. The candidate must be able to work evenings and weekends. For additional information about the position please refer to “Staff” positions at An EOE/M/F/D/V employer that values diversity. Please send cover letter and resume to Campus Ministry Search, c/o Human Resources, Saint Joseph College, 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117. Fax (860) 231-8273 or e-mail: Web site:


CHAPLAIN WANTED for full-time position at Sacred Heart Health System in Pensacola, Fla. Sacred Heart is part of the Ascension Health System and consists of a 449-bed acute-care hospital. Eligible for certification by NACC. Benefits include competitive salary, paid time off and retirement package. Sacred Heart is an equal opportunity employer. Please fax resume to: Employment Office, (850) 416-6740


DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION -- The vibrant community of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Buford, Ga. (suburb of NE Atlanta) is seeking a full-time Director of Religious Education to oversee our Adult Formation, Lifeteen, Middle and Elementary religious education and youth programs. Applicant must be a practicing Catholic and have a Masters Degree in Religious Education with 3-5 years of experience OR previous parish experience as a Director of Religious Education. An understanding and application of Vatican II theology is required. Spanish proficiency is a plus. Our growing parish of 2700-plus families needs a creative, spirited, and flexible person to support the thirst of our Catholic community in North Georgia as we begin to build a new church with educational facilities. Full benefits available. We welcome you to submit your resume and references by March 1, 2005. to Search Committee for DRE, Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 4300 South Lee St., Buford, GA 30518. Fax: (770) 945-4599.

PROVIDENCE HEALTH SYSTEM is recruiting for a full-time position as Program Director, Providence Hospitality House. Located on the east side of downtown Seattle, Providence Hospitality House serves a diverse population of homeless women with children. Responsibilities of the position include managing day-to-day operations, case management and counseling for residents, direct supervision of staff, fund-raising, and liaison with the Advisory Board. The equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Sociology, or Psychology; and previous social service ministry experience are required. Experience managing a homeless shelter or emergency housing program and an MSW degree are preferred. The ability to create and implement an agency development plan, to work effectively with staff and the Advisory Board, to develop fund-raising strategies for both capital and operating fund needs, and to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with community service and volunteer organizations will be critical elements for successful performance in the position. Please send resume with salary requirements to: Human Resources, 506 Second Avenue, Suite 1200, Seattle, WA 98104 or apply online at: (click on “Search & Apply” after selecting the Washington link).

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Catholic Faith Community, Phoenix, Az., is seeking a Director of Administrative Services to begin July 1, 2005. This position is a key management position, reporting directly to the pastor. It is necessary that this person demonstrates personal, interpersonal and spiritual maturity, and be a practicing Catholic who embraces the vision and mission of a Jesuit parish. The successful candidate will possess the necessary collaborative skills attributable to the position and be capable of balancing the competing demands of human resources, finance, public relations and plant development. The salary and benefits accompanying this exciting position are commensurate with experience. Please submit your resume with cover letter to: attn: Annie Phillippi, Administrative Assistant, 4715 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85012. Fax: (602) 248-8968. E-mail: to


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR -- The United States Catholic Mission Association (USCMA), a membership association of persons and organizations committed to the cross-cultural and global mission of Jesus in service to the Church and world, is in search of an Executive Director. The ideal candidate will hold a Master’s degree or equivalent post-baccalaureate experience with competence and experience in administration and financial management. He or she will also have a minimum of three years’ cross-cultural mission experience, a broad understanding of current trends and issues in global mission, openness to ecumenical collaboration, and an understanding of mission-related organizations and acquaintance with key persons therein. She or he will be experienced with and willing and able to engage effectively in implementing the goals and objectives of the Strategic Plan, representing the Association at official functions of the Church, government and other organizations, serving on boards and as a liaison with other organizations dedicated to similar purposes, developing and implementing the operating budget of the Association within Board policy and direction, and conducting and overseeing other administrative tasks as necessary. Priority attention will be given to letters of application received by March 10, 2005. Position will be filled on or about October 1, 2005. Send a cover letter and résumé via e-mail to: If necessary, materials may be sent by U.S. mail to: USCMA, Attn: Search Committee, 3029 Fourth Street, N.E., Washington, DC 20017-1102. No faxes or phone calls, please.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: The Africa Faith and Justice Network [AFJN], a Catholic network of individual and group members dedicated to transforming U.S. mentality and policy on Africa, invites applications for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director, based at AFJN’s office in Washington, D.C., coordinates daily operations and promotes the mission of the group on Capitol Hill and across the country. People of faith, especially those who have lived, worked in and have a love for Africa, and a proven interest in public policy and justice and peace, are invited to apply. Professed religious are encouraged to apply. Deadline for the receipt of materials is March 1, 2005.Interested persons are asked to send a curriculum vitae, two references, and a personal statement of no more than 500 words explaining his/her interest in the position to AFJN Search, C/O Rev. Robert Dowd, C.S.C., 124 Corby Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Material may be sent electronically to


FUNDRAISER: Comboni Lay Mission Program seeks part-time fundraiser. Help with grant proposals, mass mailings, special events; donor database. Good writing and computer skills, fundraising experience, and preferably overseas mission experience. Send cover letter and resume to:


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.


LIVE PEACE, DO JUSTICE -- In L’Arche 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: L’Arche, PO Box 21471, Washington, DC 20009. E-mail:


ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF LITURGY -- The Liturgy Office of the Archdiocese of Seattle has an opening for an Associate Director. Minimum qualifications include: Master’s degree in Liturgy or Liturgical Studies; working knowledge of liturgical documents and rituals; liturgical music training; 5 yrs parish or diocesan experience; staff and budget management experience; proficiency in computers; and active member of a Roman Catholic parish/faith community. Competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Please call (206) 382-2070 or check our web site at and click on “Chancery Jobs” for more information and an application packet.

DIRECTOR OF WORSHIP AND MUSIC -- John XXIII Catholic Community, a contemporary 1,300 family Vatican II community in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is seeking an enthusiastic, creative and artistic worship and music director committed to help create meaningful, inspiring and stimulating liturgical celebrations. The community has a very active congregation with a clear understanding of the concepts of Vatican II. We are looking for an individual who will provide liturgical leadership for the worship committee and parish community. The candidate must be capable of leading liturgical ministers, music ministers and environment ministers to produce attractive and meaningful liturgies. Qualifications: must be proficient at a keyboard and have excellent interpersonal skills and a preferred degree in music, liturgy or a theological field. Excellent benefit and salary package. Send resume/references to: Worship Committee, c/o Clara Maestas, John XXIII Catholic Community, 4831Tramway Ridge Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87111. Phone: (505) 293-0088. E-mail:

ST. PATRICK’S PARISH in Whitinsville, Massachusetts, is seeking a collaborative, dynamic individual with strong leadership skills to serve as the full time Director of Liturgical Music. Working with and responsible to the Pastor, The Director of Liturgical Music is responsible for the overall liturgical music program of the parish. Deadline for resumes is March 31. Start date is July 1 or earlier. For a detailed job description please contact Rev. Michael Broderick at or fax your resume to 508-234-6845. No phone calls, please.

LARGE CAMPUS PARISH serving Michigan State seeks a full-time Director of Liturgy and RCIA as part of a campus ministry pastoral team starting July 1. M.A. preferred. Contact: Search committee, St. John Student Parish, 327 MAC Ave., East Lansing, MI 48823. Phone: (517) 337-9778 for application packet.


ECUMENICAL WORKER -- The Glenmary Home Missioners are seeking an Ecumenical Worker to foster reconciliation between Catholics and Evangelicals, primarily in the Southeastern United States. Must be committed Catholic (lay, ordained, or religious); well trained in Catholic history and theology; at least a Master’s Degree in theological studies; experienced in ecumenism; and at lest two years professional ministry experience. Office in Nashville, TN. Extensive traveling required. Professional salary and benefits. Send resumes to: Ecumenical Worker Search Committee, 1312 Fifth Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37208.


BI-LINGUAL NURSE needed to provide home health nursing, education and awareness to Hispanic families in Cole and Moniteau counties, MO. Position available January, 2005. Flexible, full time. Compensation package includes a competitive salary, health care benefits, vacation and sick leave, and mileage reimbursement. Send resume to: El Puente, 1106 Swifts Hwy., Jefferson City, MO 65109.


THE DIOCESE OF AUGUSTINE is accepting resumes from candidates for four principal positions in Palm Coast, Gainesville, St. Augustine and Jacksonville. Qualifications: practicing Catholic, five years administrative experience, master’s in educational leadership or equivalent. Deadline: Feb. 15, 2005. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: Patricia Tierney, 11625 Old St. Augustine Road, Jacksonville, FL 32258. Or E-mail:

PRINCIPAL/PRESIDENT FOR DOMINICAN ACADEMY (DA), a Catholic college preparatory high school for girls on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, NY. The school has earned the U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon of Excellence twice and offers a comprehensive, Catholic education in the Dominican tradition. Sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs ( Columbus, Ohio), DA was founded in 1897 and is governed by a Board of Trustees. Consistently reaching its enrollment capacity of 250 students, DA attracts motivated young women, with virtually 100 percent of its graduates enrolling in college or university immediately following graduation. The diverse student body comes to DA from 165 elementary schools in all five boroughs of NYC and beyond. Half of the students are first generation US citizens, representing 54 different ethnic groups and speaking 25 different languages. DA has a healthy endowment and is in a strong fiscal position. The school building, a 1930’s mansion, is attractive and in good condition. Qualifications: practicing Catholic with an appreciation for the Dominican tradition, advanced degree teaching, and administrative experience (secondary level preferred), experience in development and fundraising, excellent writing and speaking skills, knowledge of integrating technology into administrative and academic systems. Position begins July 15, 2005. Competitive salary and benefits. Please send letter of inquiry and resume by March 1 to: Sr. Mary E. Tracy, SNJM, National Catholic Educational Association, 1077 30th Street NW, Suite 100, Washington, DC 20007. Phone: (202) 337-6232, ext. 232. E-mail: For more information about Dominican Academy, visit

PRINCIPAL -- Notre Dame High School San Jose, established in 1851 by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Notre Dame High School is a Catholic college preparatory school of 600 culturally diverse young women. The school is located in the heart of downtown San Jose, CA. The principal serves as chief administrator of the school with responsibilities that include: leadership in the spirit of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, board relations, fund development, public relations, financial management and strategic planning. The preferred candidate is a Catholic with a commitment to the mission of Catholic education; holds a masters degree; has experience as a school administrator or comparable experience in other church-related ministries; has experience with institutional advancement and direct fundraising; possesses administrative and financial management skills; demonstrates excellent written and verbal skills. Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Click on for full job description. Please submit materials by February 28, 2005. Send cover letter, resume and contact information for 3 references to: Search Committee, Notre Dame High School, 596 South Second Street, San Jose, CA 95112. E-mail:

CATHOLIC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL opening school year 2005-2006. Diocese of Manchester, Hew Hampshire, Department of Catholic Schools -- St. Christopher School, Nashua, NH. Pre-kindergarten through grade six with approximately 325 students currently enrolled. Strong family, parish and community support. Applicants must be practicing Roman Catholics. The search committee seeks applicants with Catholic school experience along with a strong commitment to Catholic church ministry. M.Ed. plus NH state certification is most desirable. Salary and benefits package are negotiable. Application deadline: March 15. Position to begin July 1. Contact: Superintendent of Catholic Schools, 153 Ash St., PO Box 310, Manchester, NH 03105. Phone: (603) 699-3100. E-mail:


PARISH DREs/CREs and youth ministers needed: Applicants are being sought for parish DRE, CRE and youth ministry positions in the Diocese of Madison, Wisc., Active DRE organization, Supportive diocesan staff. For application materials, contact: Office of Religious Education, 702 S. High Point Road, Madison, WI 53719. Or E-mail:

DRE/YOUTH MINISTER. Parish seeks a person to continue vibrant total youth ministry program in a progressive area with a fast growing parish. Responsible for religious education preschool through grade 11, sacramental programs, jr. high and sr. high total youth ministry. Some knowledge of “Life Teen.” Work closely with pastor in coordinating RCIA and adult catechesis. Be assured that this is an excellent position with tremendous support from students and adults. Prefer at least 5 years experience, bachelor degree in theology/religious education and youth certification. Competitive salary and health benefit package. Interview required. Send resume: Search Committee, St. Rose of Lima, 1601 N. Tennessee Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN 37129.


RETREAT MINISTRY -- Needing an opportunity to use a variety of skills in a retreat center environment? Christ the King Retreat Center, lakeside, near the Twin Cities is seeking a dynamic woman religious to serve on the retreat team. Responsibilities: preaching conferences, liturgy and music, spiritual direction. An opportunity to be a key part of supportive team. Required: Masters in Theology or Spirituality, ability to accompany music, skills for spiritual direction. Starting date by July 1. Inquiries and resumes to Fr. John Mark Ettensohn, OMI, 621 First Ave. S, Buffalo, MN 55313 by March 15, see


SOCIAL JUSTICE MINISTRY -- JustFaith Ministries, committed to justice formation/education and social ministry empowerment in parishes, seeks to hire staff member to join team in Louisville, KY. Responsibilities include oversight of skills development programs for JustFaith graduates and creation of effective strategies for engaging parishioners in justice work. Extensive experience in social ministry with theology degree preferred. Program development and writing skills required. Competitive pay and benefits. Send resume by February 15 to Jack Jezreel, 7406 Greenlawn Rd., Louisville, KY, 40222 or e-mail:


ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT of Catholic Schools. The Archdiocese of Chicago has an opening for associate superintendent of schools. The successful candidate will assist the Superintendent of Schools with primary responsibility for the direction and oversight of curriculum and instruction. This educator will also provide leadership to personnel responsible for staff development, technology, funded programs, catechesis and inclusion. The candidate’s qualifications must include: an advanced degree in education preferably in the areas of curriculum and instruction and administration with a minimum of five years experience in Catholic schools and three years in school administration and curriculum design and implementation. Candidate must have a teaching certificate. Strong skills in the areas of human relations, supervision, written and verbal communication and leadership are essential. The candidate must be a practicing Catholic, strongly committed to the mission of Catholic schools. Interested, qualified candidates may send a resume, citing references with a letter of interest by March 1, 2005 to Judith Cauley, CSJ, Office of Catholic Schools, 155 E. Superior St., Chicago, Il 60611. Email: Fax: (312) 751-5255.


TEACHERS -- Cardinal Newman High School, West Palm Beach, Fla., is accepting applications for teachers in all academic areas for the 2005-2006 school year. CNHS is a well-established diocesan school whose mission is to educate the whole person -- mind, body and spirit -- in the image of Jesus Christ. The I.B. (International Baccalaureate) Diploma program (anticipated to begin August 2005) will complement a rigorous college-prep curriculum. Highly competitive salaries, excellent benefits and great kids await you! Fax cover letter and resume to: John F. Clarke, Principal, (561) 683-7307; or e-mail to: Web site:


DIRECTOR OF YOUTH -- The Diocese of Saint Augustine, Florida seeks a director for Youth and Young Adult Ministry. Master’s degree in religious education, pastoral ministry, theology or related field desired. Parish or diocesan experience in youth/young adult ministry required. Resumes can be sent to Office of Christian Formation, 11625 Old Saint Augustine Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32258. E-mail:

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