Catholic Studies Bulletin
People often call to tell us about job openings, apartments for rent, roommates needed, and events in the community. You can find all of this information in the Bulletin, which is updated as new information is submitted.
If you wish to place an ad in the Bulletin, send an email to the Center for Catholic Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 651-962-5700.
Middle School Teacher
Regina Angelorum Academy in Ardmore, PA, a fully-accredited classical Catholic academy in its tenth year of operating, is seeking a full-time Middle School teacher beginning in the fall of 2017. Regina Angelorum Academy is a hub of Catholic formation and intellectual life in the Philadelphia area, with an engaged and devout faculty -- a rewarding place to be a Catholic educator! Additionally, the town of Ardmore is a lovely, walkable village just outside of Philadelphia on the Main Line, with several Catholic parishes nearby and a vibrant community of young faithfully-Catholic individuals and families.
Please note that while certification and 2-5 years of teaching experience is preferred, a deficit in either area need not preclude candidates from applying.
Posted April 25, 2017
Lynch Development Associates (LDA) is a Catholic Development firm that seeks to address the structural and fiscal needs of Catholic Churches, Catholic Schools, Catholic Dioceses, Catholic Healthcare Facilities and various Catholic organizations through capital campaigns, stewardship initiatives, increased offertory appeals, and feasibility and strategic planning.
Have you been looking for an opportunity to work in faith communities who need your help and direction? Do you wish to make a positive impact on the future of the Catholic Church? The campaign director position provides an exciting full time opportunity to work with Catholic Churches and Schools to meet their capital fundraising needs. Whether its building a new Church, renovating an old one or building a new Parish Center, the campaign director has an opportunity to make a difference every day. Candidates should be interested in working with diverse groups, meeting new people, and possess leadership skills.
Qualifications: bachelors degree or higher, strong organizational skills, public speaking skills, interpersonal skills, leadership and management. Director compensation and benefits: salary, bonus and benefits commensurate with experience, car and mobile phone reimbursement, travel reimbursement, healthcare plan, employer contribution retirement plan. Strong bilingual skills in Spanish are a plus. Looking for entry level and experienced directors. Please submit cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Posted April 6, 2017
Lead Math Teacher
Holy Family Academy in St. Louis Park seeks a lead math teacher, responsible for teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math, providing leadership to the faculty on math training and curriculum, and providing or directing 4th - 8th math remediation and enrichment (including competitive teams). Candidate must be licensed to teach math in Minnesota (or have the potential to be licensed), have experience teaching math in a Catholic school setting, and have some knowledge of classical education. For more information, please visit http://www.hfamn.org/employment-opportunities.
Posted March 28, 2017
Director of Lifelong Formation
St. Alphonsus Parish, located in the heart of Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood, is seeking a Director of Lifelong Formation. We are a vibrant, multicultural community of young adults and families, with an award winning school and Religious Formation program. The Director of Lifelong Formation will collaborate as a member of the Parish Pastoral Team in the formation of children, teens, and young adults, candidates for the Easter sacraments. Compensation to be negotiated in accord with Archdiocesan guidelines. M.A. in a Theological Discipline and Archdiocesan certification preferred. Living a vibrant faith essential. Interested persons should send a cover letter and resume to Rev. Michael O'Connell. Position to start on July 1, 2017.
Posted March 28, 2017
St. Monica Catholic School Principal
St. Monica Catholic School, located on Mercer Island, WA is seeking applicants for the position of Elementary (Pre-K - 8) Principal. See here for more information.
Posted March 21, 2017
Riverwest Food Pantry Mission Interns
Milwaukee neeeds your heart for mission as a year-long mission intern at the Riverwest Food Pantry (RWFP)! Bonded through spiritual formation and prayer, the RWFP mission interns live in community in Riverwest and Harambee. Interns run pantry operations (food sorts, community gardens, etc.) They are trained in direct service assisting people in need while learning non-profit leadership skills.
Posted March 16, 2017
CSMA alumna is looking for a nanny/mother's helper to assist with her three boys, ages 6, 3, and infant. Family lives near St. Paul, only a short drive from campus. Schedule would be part-time (10-20 hours/week) and flexible at $10/hr. If interested, please contact Laura Leonard at firstname.lastname@example.org or (762) 226-1316.
Posted March 16, 2017
Executive AssistantHoly Spirit Academy is a private high school in the Catholic tradition located in Monticello, MN. We are actively seeking an energetic, creative part-time Executive Assistant to manage and assist in implementing administrative, fundraising, marketing, and development activities of the school. The Executive Assistant will be responsible for supporting the Executive Director’s goals and responsibilities.
Ideal candidate is a team player with the ability to maintain confidentiality; be an excellent communicator, net worker, and friend builder; have attention to detail; and be technologically savvy. QuickBooks and Constant Contact knowledge is preferred. Position starts with 10 – 15 hours per week year-round with potential to increase with the growth of the school.
Please send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to email@example.com.
Posted February 21, 2017
Abria Executive Director
Due to family relocation of our current executive director, Abria Pregnancy Resources is looking for an experienced, non-profit executive director to lead a team of motivated individuals who are passionate about supporting women and couples in an unexpected pregnancy. This person is a mission-driven, innovative leader who will further enhance programming and development to reach even more clients and extend youth and young adult outreach as part of our comprehensive strategic plan.
The executive director leads a highly-competent team of medical professionals, educators, counselors, and community outreach staff and knows how to create a high-functioning team, including a large corps of volunteers. This person knows how to work with a volunteer board of directors as partners to carry out successfully the best-in-class Abria model. Most importantly, this individual will direct a mission to change lives, foster courage, and build self-confidence for women and young people in the Twin Cities metro area.
View the full job description and qualifications here.
Posted February 16, 2017
Abria Pregnancy Resources seeks Social Media Intern
Abria Pregnancy Resources is now offering a paid internship to undergraduate and graduate students interested in gaining social media marketing experience while fostering a culture of life in the Twin Cities! Interns will participate in social media production for both Abria Pregnancy Resource’s center, serving pregnant and parenting women, and its youth education outreach program, LifeEdge Solutions. Interns will help design graphics and digital, participate in social media strategy and calendar management, keep track of Abria's online presence including web content management, and learn about the work of a growing pregnancy medical clinic!
We are looking for a driven and highly organized individual with graphic design and social media skills. The Intern will be expected to commit to 4-5 hours in the office per week with a minimum 1 year commitment. If you are interested, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can learn more about Abria Pregnancy Resources at abria.org and LifeEdge Solutions at LifeEdgeSolutions.org.
Posted February 16, 2017
Celebrate the feast of St. Joseph the Worker: an evening of prayer, sacred music, and camaraderie
On Monday, May 1 from 6:45 - 9 p.m., come to an evening of spiritual and intellectual edification, co-sponsored by Holy Family Catholic Church (5900 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 55416) and the Roccasecca Project. Fr. Michael Garry, a priest of the Diocese of Duluth and '09 graduate of the University of St. Thomas and St. John Vianney College Seminary, will present a reflection on "St. Joseph, St. Thomas Aquinas and the Fruits of Chastity" that will be surrounded by polyphonic and chant interludes and conclude with a time of quiet prayer and Solemn Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Refreshments and conversation will follow.
The Roccasecca Project is an independent association of alumni and students of the University of St. Thomas who seek to provide ongoing opportunities for formation, prayer and fellowship. The event is free and open to the public. To learn more see the Roccasecca Project webpage.
Posted April 13, 2017
2nd Annual Abria "Life is Wonderful" 5K
Can you think of a better way to spend a spring morning than running or walking a 5K with over 1,000 strong in support of life? On Saturday, May 13 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m in Upper Landing Park, Saint Paul, join us on Saturday morning of Mother’s Day Weekend for one of the biggest prolife family events in the Twin Cities. Register as an individual or create/join a team of up to 10 to walk, run, or race to celebrate the dignity of life and motherhood! Visit the Life is Wonderful event site for more information and to register.
Don't forget to stop by Jessica Zittlow Aleman's office in Sitzmann Hall to get Center for Catholic Studies stickers for your teammates to wear during their walk or run!
Posted April 11, 2017
The Röpke-Wojtyła Fellowship is a program to educate future Catholic intellectuals and business leaders in the moral and economic defense of the free enterprise system and in Catholic social thought. This tradition finds its roots in the works of Aristotle, St. Thomas Aquinas, and the scholastics among others. Wilhelm Röpke’s humane economics and Karol Wojtyła’s rich anthropology are contemporary exemplars of that approach.
The Röpke-Wojtyła Fellowships will be awarded to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in a variety of fields including accounting, business, computer science, economics, finance, Catholic Studies, philosophy, political science, and theology. Selected students will be in their college senior year during the fellowship. Selected students participate in three one-day colloquia (Liberty Fund style) in Washington, DC in October 2017, February 2018, and May 2018. These colloquia are one day only on a Saturday from 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM (three meals included) with four sessions. The students also participate in Acton University in Grand Rapids, MI in June, 2018. Following Acton University, there will be a short seminar concluding the year in which the students discuss a topical paper they have authored. At all these events, students will interact with exceptional and inspiring scholars.
Röpke-Wojtyła Fellows receive a fellowship of $5,000 in four installments. Additionally, all expenses (travel, lodging and food) to participate in the colloquia will be paid. Applications should be sent to email@example.com ATTN: Dr. Frederic Sautet. For more information see flyer and application leaflet.
Updated April 25, 2017
Prayer and sidewalk counseling at Planned Parenthood
Do you want to take action against abortion? Join Operation: Shut it Down!, a group of SJV and other St. Thomas students, in praying outside of Planned Parenthood; when people are outside of clinics praying, the no-show rate for women with abortion appointments goes up to 75%. To sign up, simply e-mail Ben Lanari. You will then receive weekly e-mails with a list of times that you could sign up to come pray. Please consider going at least once or twice a semester to support the pro-life cause!
Updated March 16, 2017
Internship Available: Catholic Mission Nonprofit
Catholic Mission Nonprofit and Partners 4 Hope are looking for bright, young, creative Catholic students to provide skills in marketing, non-profit management, international development, medicine, and global missions. Partners 4 Hope provides funding, development, healthcare, education, micro-loans, and building projects in Tanzania, East Africa. The internship would consist of 5 to 10 hours per week with flexible hours, some work from home, and travel opportunities, and has the potential to lead to further, paid job opportunities. All fields of study should apply, if interested, contact Molly Delaney Druffner at Partners 4 Hope Tanzania at 651-208-6526.
Posted March 8, 2017
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Updated January 31, 2017