Last updated 3/6/2014
1 Bedroom furnished apartment, located on the same street as Nativity Church. It has a separate entrance, built in desk and cabinets across and entire wall, kitchenette access to washer dryer. Available 2/1/14.
Duplex Units for Rent at 1638 and 1640 Iglehart Ave.
The properties are each 4-level, side by side units. There are 4 Bedrooms and 2 ½ Bathrooms in each unit. There is a spacious main level with a living room, dining room, ½ Bath, 3-season porch, kitchen with Double-French doors leading to deck in the rear. The second level has 3 Bedrooms and 1 full bath with newer shower and tile. The third level is a brand new master suite with a bath and separate window A/C. Included are a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher. There is also a large private basement with FREE Laundry (Washer and Dryer). The property contains hardwood floors on the main level and carpet in all bedrooms and hallways. There is off street parking in rear. The properties are located 2 blocks from Marshall & Snelling with access to all major bus routes, just off I-94, in a residential neighborhood. Convenient to Macalester College, Hamline, St. Thomas, Concordia, Wm. Mitchell, and other local
universities. Prefer non-smoking. Rent is $1,995/month per unit + $50/month for Water/Sewer/Garbage/Snow Removal. If you have a large group, rent both sides and have 8 Bedrooms! Same floor plan each side. Please check this one out. You won’t be disappointed. Please contact Jim at 763-268-0846 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information or showing. Pictures of the place are in this .pdf
Updated: January 22, 2014
Seeking men who are deeply rooted in their Catholic faith to rent rooms in my home. The host lives in the basement apartment and there are two rooms available on the second floor. The second floor also houses other rooms, one full bath and one half bath, also a laundry area and a small study room. The first floor houses a community kitchen, dining room, living room and large prayer room, there is an attic apartment which is used for visitors only. Rent is $550 from Oct. thru April and $500 the remainder of the year. For more info please call. The address is1904 Marshall Ave (corner of Howell and Marshall). If interested, call 651-646-8154.
Updated January 22, 2014
Women: Community Living
Looking for four women who would like to share a house, pray together and have some meals together. I live in a five bedroom large, older home in the neighborhood. The rent would be $500/room each month Sept-May or $450 a month June-May 2015. Completely furnished and all utilities are included in rent, including internet. If you would like to meet with me, I work at the St. Paul Seminary. Please email my secretary at VRSALCEDO@stthomas.edu to make arrangements to meet at the seminary to talk through our ideas. Updated February 11, 2014
Rooms to Rent in Como/State Fair Grounds area
Bedrooms to rent in home of a Catholic family in the Como/State Fair Grounds area. The bedrooms are furnished with a bed, dresser, and desk. There is a shared bathroom between the bedrooms and they are located at the front of the house set apart from the rest of the main family living areas. Kitchen and laundry privelages and the use of a private refrigerator is included. Street parking is available. The home is near bus lines, a library, and retail shopping areas. Rent is $475/month.
Contact Michael at 651-641-1740 or Anne at 651-332-1067.
Updated November 1, 2013
Director of Campus Ministry at Junipero Serra High School
Junipero Serra High School is looking for a Director of Campus Ministry to begin work this fall. They are looking for the following qualifications: demonstrated adherence to and active participation in the Roman Catholic Faith; a Bachelor's Degree followed up by a Master fo Art in either Theology, Spirituality, Pastoral Ministry, or Religious Education; five years of experience in High School Campus Ministry or related experience; and demonstrated experience in supervison and organization leadership.
They are also looking for strong leadership skills; initiative; team worker, creative spirit, the ability to motivate and inspire; excellent organizational skills, the ability to train and empower student ministerial leadership; a working understanding of Catholic Social Teaching and Theological Reflection.
The job description is as follows: work to fulfill the mission of Campus Ministry and Junipero Serra High School; work to maintain the Catholicity of the school; provide supervision for the Christian Service and Justice coordinator, the Retreat Coordinator, Director of Liturgies and Prayer Services, Kairos Coordinator, and Immersion Coordinator; assist the coordinators in their work to create a collaborative and supportive environment in which the entire Campus Ministry staff works together; Give members of the Campus Ministry Staff the tools they need for professional development and to maintain their relationship with God; meet regularly with all the members of the Campus Ministry Staff; ensure that all current students' needs are met, including empowering students to both plan and lead Campus Ministry activities, providing a Campus Ministry that is open and inviting to all members of the community: students, facutly, staff, parents, and alumni; work with the administration in regards to the New Faculty/Staff Orientation process; represent the concerns and accomplishments of Campus Ministry to the Serra Community; ensure that Campus Ministry serves all members of the Serra Community: students, facutly, staff, parents, and alumni; provide for faculty/staff faith formation; act as a liason between the school community and the local priests, youth ministers, confirmation coordinators, and others involved with our students at the parsih level, diocesan activities, other Catholic High School Campus Ministry Programs and the Tri-School Campus Ministry Programs; cooperate with the Theology Department to create a connection between the activites in Campus Ministry and the Theology curriculum; and perform such related tasks as may from time-to-time be assigned.
Please contact Marybeth Ortiz, the Assistant Principal: Student Life (email@example.com) for more information or to apply. Posted February 27, 2014
Nanny needed for 3 month old baby, starting May 5. Hours are Mondays and Tuesdays, 1-5 p.m., and Fridays, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. We live in Southwest Minneapolis (near Southdale Mall). Contact Connie Bergner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-343-9356. Posted February 26, 2014
Live-In Nanny and Helper for the 2014-15 School year
We are looking for a seriously-minded, energetic, and faithful Catholic person to live with our family to help us love our three beautiful young boys and keep the house in order while mom is in school and dad is teaching at St. Agnes High School. This position will require about 10-20 hours of work each week split between childcare, light housework, and easy meal prep. Our home is in South Saint Paul, MN, with easy access to 52 and 494. Interested applicants, please submit any questions or resume, cover letter, and three references to email@example.com for immediate consideration. If you would like to know more about the family first, feel free to contact Laura Stierman firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic Rural Life Internship Opportunties - located in Sitzmann Hall, UST
CRL is an organization comprised of dedicated bishops, laity and religious who are joined in a common effort to serve the rural church and rural communities. We provide educational materials, present Church teachings, and share inspiring stories of our Catholic faith in action. The CRL website, www.ncrlc.com, provides a variety of information in key program areas to help visitors understand and take action on food, agriculture, farm worker justice issues, rural ministry, stewardship of creation and other crucial issues.
Research/Communications Intern: Summer 2014: June 2-August 29, 2014 (possibility of through Fall semester). 10-20 hours/week, 8 am-5 pm., M-F, $12/hour. Duties are to develop stories for our magazine and donor profiles through interviews and topical research; internet research, email outreach, event organization, database and website management. Qualificaitons: Catholic Studies major/minor with additional major/minor in English or Communications/Journalism; strong writing and internet research skills; social media and website or blog experience preferred; experience working with Excel spreadsheets preferred; able to work independently; interest in rural life and Catholic social action issues. Send a letter of interest, resume and two references to Beth Byser, Development Coordinator, Catholic Rural Life, mailto:email@example.com. Deadline: March 28, 2014
Research/Communications Intern: Fall 2014: September 2-December 19, 2014. 8 hours/week, $12/hour. Duties are the same as Summer Intern (see above). Application information same as above. Posted February 26, 2014
Totus Tuus Team Members - Is God calling YOU to help?
The Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis is in need of 8 college age men and women committed to their Catholic faith who feel called to share it with the youth from local parishes around the Archdiocese.
--The position is a temporary 2 month commitment (5/20 - 7/26) which includes one week of training and a one week break for the 4th of July
--Each team member will recieve $2,000 for their work
--One vehicle will need to be provided by a team member for each team; this person is required to be over 21 years of age.
To apply visit www.archspm.org or contact Fr. Troy Pryzbilla at (651)962-6892 or Nancy Shulte Palacheck at (651)291-4489.
Posted February 20, 2014
Principal, High School, Full-Time, Cathedral High School, Grades 7-12, New Ulm Area Catholic Schools, New Ulm, MN.
Position is for the 2014-2015 school year. Please download the job description and read all parts carefully before applying. Job description is available here. Requirements include : a BA/BS in teaching with current Minnesota license; MA in Educational Leadership, Education, Curriculum and Instruction or Educational Specialist or the ability to enroll, complete, and obtain required degree within six (6) years from date of hire in accordance of NUACS policy, documentation must be provided; pass background checks and complete VIRTUS Safe Environment training; demonstrate competence in areas listed in representative responsibilities of the job description, e.g. technology skills; demonstrate evidence of good leadership and management techniques; and be an active participating Roman Catholic. Pay will be $52,000 - $65,000 annually based on education and experience. The letter of intent should address, with specific detail, the following:
· How does your educational background and experience make you a good candidate for this position?
· Describe your previous supervisory experience and how it would be relative to this position.
Please send letter of intent, credentials, resume, and three references via email attachments to Shelly Bauer, firstname.lastname@example.org. Opening closes at 5:00 pm on March 14, 2014. Applications received after the due date may not be given full consideration.
Church Employment Responsibilities: Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church, Diocese of New Ulm, and New Ulm Area Catholic Schools. Public behavior must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal. It is required that the employee filling this position be an active, practicing Catholic in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church.
Posted February 20, 2014
High School Social Studies Teacher
Saint Mary's High School in Sleepy Eye, MN is now offering a position for a High School Social Studies teacher for next school year.
If anyone is interested in the position, contact the school sectretary, Mrs. Schroepfer, at (507)794-4121, or email her at email@example.com.
For questions regarding what it's like to work at the school, feel free to contact Katie Moosbrugger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted February 20, 2014
Part-time Music Education Position
Job Description: Schola Vox Clara is seeking a talented musician with an interest in music instruction for a part-time position with potential for expansion. Responsibilities include: directing middle school choir (liturgical and performance), instructing Pre-K through 8th Grade classroom music and concert preparation/implementation.
Qualifications: Must be an active member and in good standing with the Roman Catholic Church; possess a love and knowledge of liturgical chant and a strong understanding of the Liturgy; be familiar with the mission and philosophy of Catholic education; possess knowledge of vocal techniques for elementary age students; must have excellent organizational and communication skills; must be able to create and implement lesson plans.
Schola Vox Clara provides instructional support to Catholic elementary programs in the Metro along with talent for sacred music at local Catholic parishes.
Please send resume and letter of interest to the attention of Mary Slattery, Schola Vox Clara: email@example.com
Posted January 22, 2014
Mother's helper wanted
Catholic homeschooling family near St. Thomas seeks a part time mother's helper. This person will help mother with childcare while she runs errands, tends to house, does homeschool prep and/or rests. Seeking three hour shifts twice weekly, between 9-5, and possibly some occasional weekend evenings while parents go on a date. Pay will be 12.00/hour.
Please contact Alexa at 651-917-9065 or e-mail at ATKuwata@gmail.com to discuss further details. Updated January 22, 2014
Young Adult Minister
The Church of St. Wenceslaus, located 45 min. south of St. Paul in New Prague, is looking to fill a part-time ministry position (20 hrs/wk) beginning in January 2014. For more information, please contact Laura Schoenecker, director of faith formation, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952.758.5131.
Updated February 28, 2014
The Catholic Rural Life is partnering with Catholic Relief Services to promote the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program, which allows U.S. volunteers with agricultural, business, and leadership expertise to share skills and help build capacity for African farmers through short-term training and technical assistance projects. Volunteer would have the opportunity to go to one of four East African countries, including Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda, for 1-6 weeks to work with and teach farms ways to improve their farming system. This program helps family farmers to be more sustainable both financially and environmentally. There will be a wide variety of projects, so many different skill sets are needed. An information session will be held on March 4th from 11:45-12:45 at the University of St. Thomas' ASC Room 237. You can also visit the Farmer to Farmer webpage CRS Farmer to Farmer for more information or contact Beth Hyser at email@example.com.
Posted February 27, 2014
Sidewalk Counseling Training
If you can hand someone a brochure, you can save a life! Learn how to save babies and help families by peacefully offering pro-life brochures and speaking the truth in Christ's love to those entering the four local abortion centers. Every day (except Sundays) in the Twin Cities, more than 35 unborn babies are scheduled to be killed. More sidewalk counselors and prayer supporters are greatly needed. Free training - Monday, February 3, 2014, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., University of St. Thomas, St. John Vianney Seminary, 2110 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn. To register, contact Pro-Life Action Ministries at (651) 771-1500 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Posted January 8, 2014
The Church of St. Helena, Minneapolis, is searching for a volunteer catechist to teach three, four, and five-year-old children in the Pre-School Religious Education Program on Sunday mornings from 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. in St. Helena School located in South Minneapolis at 32nd Avenue and 44th Street. St. Helena parish borders the Mississippi, so the location of teaching is right across the river about 15 minutes from the St. Thomas campus. Catechist must be faithful to the teachings of Christ and His Church, have good moral character, be willing to grow in teaching skills, and be able to work within a group structure in which someone is in authority. To volunteer or receive more information, please call or e-mail John Sondag, Director of Religious Education at 612-275-0431 or email@example.com Posted October 15, 2013
Volunteers needed at Hospice Advantage.There are many ways of getting involved to make a difference in a patient's life. Volunteers will complete an orientation and training that will help prepare them to effectively communicate with patients and families and learn the medical aspects of hospice. For more information about how to become a volunteer visit their website at www.HospiceAdvantage.com or contact them by phone at 952-898-1022 or (800) 836-7670.
Updated July 17, 2013
The Luann Dummer Center for Women is pleased to offer several grant opportunities for faculty, staff and students
The Luann Dummer Center for Women addresses the needs and aspirations of women. The Center’s educational programs, activities, and resources are available to students, faculty and staff of the university. These services foster the intellectual, spiritual and personal development of women, and promote an open and diverse environment at St. Thomas. By enhancing academic experiences and providing developmental opportunities, the Center assists women in achieving their highest potential. In seeking to fulfill this purpose, the Center contributes to the entire campus community. The Luann Dummer Center for Women was established in 1993 by a special bequest from Dr. Luann Dummer's estate, and it is located in O'Shaughnessy Educational Center, Room 103. For more information on the grants, go here. Posted February 11, 2014
Book Study: JPII's "Man and Women He Created Them"
Join in a bag-lunch study of John Paul II's original text, "Man and Woman He Created Them." We cover two audiences per week; Stay for as long as you are able. Contact Annie Kopacek if you plan to attend: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Every Monday through May; We begin the study after Mass
* Optional 11:35 Mass in St. Mary's Chapel
* ~12 - 2 p.m. in LL10 Group Study Room (in basement of John Ireland Library)
* Led by Jen Messing (www.idretreats.org)
THINKING in TERMS of the Theology of the Body
With new laws being enacted that are counter to Catholic teaching, what are we to think? Understanding & applying the language of the Theology of the Body to current issues with Question & Answer session
THURS, MARCH 13 4-6pm
ST. CATHERINE UNIVERSITY
JDA AUDITORIUM (First Floor of Witby Hall)
for Q: LYNN LUECKE email@example.com
Posted February 27, 2014
"Behind the Scenes" tour of the Minnesota Historical Society
Would you enjoy the opportunity to see behind the scenes of the Minnesota Historical Society? On March 11, 1-3 p.m., you could have that chance! There are limited spaces available so the quicker the response the better. Contact Kellie Serena at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Posted February 26, 2014
Archdiocesan Lenten Women's Retreat
Join in the spirit of Lent as women, and explore, "The Lost Art of Femininity: Discovering Your Inner Power to Change the World" by Rev. Francis J. Hoffman, "Fr. Rocky," Executive Director of Relevant Radio. Women of all ages are invited to attend.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
9:00 am to 12:30 p.m.
(Check in and continental breakfast at 8:00 a.m.)
St. Peter Catholic Church, North Saint Paul
Cost is $15.00/person. Register today at www.archspm.org. For additional information, call (651)291.4489.
Posted February 20, 2014
Men's Conference - Set a Steady Course
Join men from around the Archdiocese on March 22 at the Anderson Fieldhouse on the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul Campus. Confessions and Adoration start at 7 am, and the Conference runs from 8 am until noon.
Dr. Doug Bushman from the Augustine Insititue, who specializes in the New Evangelization, will "Set a Steady Course" for you to sail. You won't want to miss our very own MN Mr. Hockey-1992, Brian Bonin as he gives his personal testimony on "How the Holy Spirit Changed a Guy Who Lived for Hockey to a Man Who Lives for the Lord."
Register today at www.archspm.org, keyword: men's conference.
Posted February 20, 2014
The Joys and Challenges of Social Justice
A disciple was a student (and follower) of Jesus during his ministry. The word disciple derives from the Latin word discipulus, meaning "a learner."
As Christians and followers of Jesus, He calls us to do and be many things. Social justice is one important aspect of discipleship.
During this retreat, participants will explore what scripture says about being people of justice. How do we "do" social justice and what are some of the joys and challenges to living out this Gospel call? Why is God's message of overthrowing the ways of the world joyful? Won't we suffer some, lose some, if this happens?
The retreat will be held March 14-15 at the Gainey Conference Center. Cost is $10.00 per person and includes transportation, meals, and lodging. There will be opportunities for prayer, personal reflection, fellowship, and small group sharing.
Register online here: http://www.stthomas.edu/campusministry/retreatcalendar/
Contact Molly Bird, Coordinator of Peer Ministry at email@example.com with questions.
Posted February 20, 2014.
Day of Recollection
Join Fr. Troy Pryzbilla and the Dominican Sisters for time away with the Lord. The day includes a Spiritual Conference, Adoration, Vespers and Rosary, Dinner and Discussion with the sisters, and Compline. This event is open to single Catholic women ages 17-30. A $10 donation is requested.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
2:30 - 8:00 pm
St. Mary's Church in the Education Center (above the Great Hall)
423 5th St. S.
Posted February 20, 2014
Make plans to deepen your prayer life this lent . . . and invite a friend, roommate, or family member to join you!
The Rediscover: prayer evenings are a unqiue opportunity to experience Cor Jesu, meaning "Heart of Jesus," as we worship Christ in community with the Church through Eucharistic adoration, confession, praise, benediction, and fellowship. Attendees are invited to participate in whatever manner is most comfortable for them.
March 11 - Cathedral of Saint Paul, Saint Paul
March 25 - St. Hubert, Chanhassen
April 8 - All Saints, Lakeville
All Rediscover: prayer evenings begin at 7 p.m. and end around 9 p.m.
Check out Rediscover-faith.org for additional details.
Posted February 20, 2014
Irish Catholic Symposium
"The Catholic Church in Ireland Today" is the topic for a symposium this March 28-29 at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Click this for more information.
Open Window Theatre presents A Man for All Seasons, Feb. 14-March 16, 2014
A Man for All Seasons is an historical drama based on Sir Thomas More in his last years as Lord Chancellor of England during the reign of Henry VIII. Unable to comply in good conscience with the King's overreaching actions surrounding the King's divorce from Catherine of Aragon to marry Anne Boleyn, Thomas More heroically maintains his integrity and belief in silence. This very silence leads to his execution and eventually his canonization in 1935. A riveting production about integrity and morality, A Man for All Seasons will challenge and inspire you.
Open Window Theatre is located in Minneapolis just a few blocks from the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis. Visit http://openwindowtheatre.org for the performance schedule, or call 800-838-3006 to order tickets. Discounts available for students, seniors, and groups of 10 or more. Free parking!
Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus Discernment Retreats
Young women ages 18-30 are invited to one of four Discernment Retreats hosted by the Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus. The dates are February 14-16 and April 11-13 in 2014. Please contact Sr. Mary Joseph at 507-276-9128 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Posted October 24, 2013
Knights of Columbus Pro-Life Rosary
Every Tuesday and Thursday during convo hour at 11:45am throughout this semester, the Knights of Columbus will be hosting a pro-life rosary at the pro-life memorial on North Campus next to the UST Florence Chapel. You are welcome to stay for the whole rosary or only a decade of it. We will finish by 12:05, so it is perfect for a midday prayer. Please drop by on your way to lunch. All are invited!
The Signature is the newspaper put on by Catholic Studies students. The most recent edition is from December 2013.
Well-Read Mom Letters
The group, "Well-Read Mom" is looking for submissions to be published and shared in a journal to be sent out in early spring. Submissions are in light of the "Year of the Mother," and submissions can be loosely based on the categories below:
1. Short Story - Manuscripts of up to 3,000 to 5,000 words typed in 12-point Times New Roman font.
Sumissions are not limited to Well-Read Mom participants, mothers, or women. Anyone interested may send a submission to email@example.com by Saturday, April 5, 2014. Please spread the word! Include your name, where you are from, and the title of your work, if applicable. Send inquiries to the same email address.