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, ctrcathstudies@stthomas.edu, or call 651-962-5700.

Job Openings

Office of Evangelization is looking for an intern
This internship will support the work that is performed by the Office of Evangelization by providing communication, marketing and administrative services which assists in the overall function of the office. Education requirements include working towards a College degree and competent knowledge of the Catholic faith. To inquire about the position, please contact Susanna Parent at parents@archspm.org.

Posted December 15, 2017



Church of the Holy Cross, NE Minneapolis

Administration Lead and Communication Manager

Holy Cross is a vibrant and exiting neighborhood in which to serve along side two priests, Fr. Howe and Fr. Hagan who are both alumni and friends of Catholic Studies. The multicampus merged parish is very historic but also at the threshold of a new missionary moment in the neighborhood and the city of Minneapolis more broadly.The purpose of this position is to perform administrative office responsibilities, coordinate the parish front desk and be the principle first contact for all individuals communicating in person, by phone or electronically with Holy Cross. Additionally, this individual will be responsible for all written, electronic and website communication strategy.

Some responsibilities would include:
-Manage the parish information & computer database system and Website.
-Be the first point of contact for all individuals coming in contact with Holy Cross Church
-Communicate effectively on the telephone
-Greet, provide direction and information and assistance to all visitors and parishioners.
-Perform a wide variety of secretarial work including computer input, typing, proofreading, filing, recording information and processing and distributing of all correspondence
-Maintain and update all records and communication
-Be responsible for opening and closing of all buildings on the Holy Cross campus
-Attending meetings and events as determined by administration

Education and Experience:
-Knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church and its mission required
-Must have knowledge of web front-end content development (WordPress is preferable)
-Familiarity with e-mail clients.
-Knowledge of HTML is helpful, as well as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Publisher, PowerPoint), and basic image editing skills.

If interested or wish to seek further information email Leon Axtman

Posted November 30,2017


 

Catholic Family seeking Babysitter
The Bergeron Family, located in Sunfish Lake (20 minutes from St. Thomas), is looking for a babysitter for their four daughters. They are looking for babysitters on random days between 3p.m. and 11 p.m., they are willing to pay for drive time. Their daughters range from age 7 to 14. For more information or if you're interested email Christine Bergeron.

Posted November 27, 2017


 

Evening Building Supervisor/Custodian

Saint Agnes School is looking for a responsible individual to provide oversight to our facilities from 5-10pm, Monday-Fridays. $14/hour; position open immediately. Saint Agnes is a nationally recognized K-12 school serving over 700 students in the heart of St. Paul.

Responsibilities include:

• Being present, ready to work, and on time for all scheduled hours.
• Locking and unlocking the buildings at the appropriate times in accordance with a robust evening extracurricular activity schedule.
• Daily maintenance/cleaning of several private offices and locations within the buildings.
• Various other duties, as required.

Job Qualifications:

• Strong work ethic, self-starter that works well with limited supervision.
• Welcoming and outgoing personality, able to interact well with a wide variety of people.
• Successfully complete VIRTUS Training, background check and a signed agreement of the Archdiocesan Employee Code of Conduct.
• High school diploma or equivalent

Application Instructions/Comments

Please email your inquiry, resume and/or cover letter to pmenke@saintagnesschool.org

 Posted November 9, 2017


Education Outreach Coordinator

LifeEdge Solutions is a community outreach of Abria Pregnancy Resources. They work in partnership with teachers and campus leaders to assist youth and young adults in creating a personal vision built on positive and healthy lifestyle choices, providing education, skills-building, and mentorship to students in the Twin Cities. The Education Outreach Coordinator is responsible for pioneering the development and implementation of Abria’s preventative sexual health education programs – LifeEdge Solutions – for junior and senior high schools, colleges, and universities within our geography. Duties include leading education sessions and activities in schools; cultivation of new site locations and recruitment and training of volunteer educators. This position is for a male educator to partner with our female educator; LifeEdge Solutions uses male/female education pairs to facilitate its programs in the classroom and other settings.

Position requirements
- Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and/or related experience; 3-5 years of experience as a team member in a cross-functional organization.
- Ability to proactively create and effectively manage programs and project plans. Attention to detail and excellent follow-through. Strong work ethic and organizational commitment. Basic computer skills and knowledge, including proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet creation and management. Sales skills and experience preferable. Experience in education or public speaking also preferred.
- Effective interpersonal and relationship management skills. Positive attitude and strong communication skills and style. Ability to effectively coordinate and work productively with volunteers. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
- Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and to seek consultation when needed.

For more information and to apply visit their website.

Posted October 30, 2017


 

Development and Office Assistant

Abria Pregnancy Resources is looking to hire a Development and Office Assistant. The Development and Office Assistant (DOA) is a key member of the development team. Primary responsibilities include donor database management and all aspects of gift processing. Additionally, the DOA provides administrative support to ensure the smooth operation of the office and administrative functions.

Position requirements
- 2-3 years related experience; bachelor’s degree preferred. Administrative and data management experience and familiarity with donor database software. Working knowledge of Excel and DonorPerfect are highly desired. Prior experience in a non-profit or community based organization, preferably in social or family services, is desirable.
- Positive attitude and excellent communication skills. Very high detail orientation and meticulous nature. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
- Ability to work as a team member and accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and an employment application to hr@abria.org.

Posted October 30, 2017


Client Care Nurse
Abria Pregnancy Resources is looking to hire a Client Care Nurse. The Client Care Nurse (CCN) administers all medical services offered through Abria, including: pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection (STI) services, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, prenatal care services including education and venipuncture, medical counseling during the course of medical testing administration, and all aspects of other medical services at Abria.

Position Requirements
- Registered Nurse (RN) with current MN licensure; at least two years of RN experience; experience in Obstetrics preferred. RN trained in Limited OB Ultrasound preferred (training may be offered) or Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer certified in OB/GYN. Trained and competent in venipuncture (training may be offered). Basic computer skills and organizational aptitude. High attention to procedure and detail.
- Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and/or related experience. Preferred: completion of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates’ (NIFLA) Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound Course or equivalent, and required competency successfully completed (or training can be provided); experience in a non-profit or community-based organization, such as a pregnancy resource center or counseling, social service, or family service provider desirable.
- Able to empathize with those in distress and give practical assistance; strong counseling and active listening skills. Strong client orientation and ability to engage confidently in a non-judgmental way with all client demographics and situations. Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Dependable and reliable. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate and manage volunteers. Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and to seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and an employment application to hr@abria.org.

Posted October 30, 2017 


Campus Network Coordinator
A new position for Anselm House, the Campus Network Coordinator will lead efforts in resourcing and unifying the University of Minnesota’s dozens of campus ministries, student groups, and campus churches by 1) convening and resourcing Christian groups, 2) creating opportunities for meaningful coordination and collaboration, and 3) opening channels for communication with the university’s administration. To apply, please send a detailed letter of interest (1-2 pages) along with your resume or CV (including at least 3 references) to Rachel at hello@anselmhouse.org. Review of applications will begin on 10/30 and positions will remain open until filled.

Posted October 23, 2017


 

Anselm House Student Ministry Coordinator (part-time or full-time)
Anselm House is seeking a Student Ministry Coordinator for the 2017-18 academic year. This position begins immediately and lasts until May 31, 2018, with the possibility of renewing as a long-term position on June 1, 2018. The Student Ministry Coordinator works with the programs team to connect undergraduate students with Anselm House and design core programming for undergraduate students. To apply, please send a detailed letter of interest (1-2 pages) along with your resume or CV (including at least 3 references) to Rachel at hello@anselmhouse.org. Review of applications will begin on 10/30 and positions will remain open until filled.

Posted October 23, 2017


Anselm House Program Coordinator (part-time)
The Program Coordinator works with the Program Director, the Assistant Program Director, and other programs staff and volunteers to plan and execute events and other programs to achieve the Anselm House mission. To apply, please send a detailed letter of interest (1-2 pages) along with your resume or CV (including at least 3 references) to Rachel at hello@anselmhouse.orgReview of applications will begin on 10/30 and positions will remain open until filled.

Posted October 23, 2017



Communications and Marketing Coordinator
The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School in Blaine, Minnesota is looking to hire a Communications and Marketing director. The role of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator is to support a climate of advancement in marketing, fundraising, and stakeholder relationships to provide sufficient resources for the school to ensure it can live its mission.

Qualifications: Communications and Marketing Coordinator shall…
1. Adhere to the mission of The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School.
2. Be a practicing Roman Catholic.
3. Possess a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, preferably in the area of Communications,
Marketing, Institutional Advancement, or a related discipline. Two years of experience in nonprofit marketing or fundraising is preferred.
4. Love God and desire to share their faith with others.
5. Love children and desire to help them in their personal character, virtue, and faith development.
6. Demonstrate excellent spoken and written communication skills.
7. Utilize good judgment, collaboration, a professional demeanor, and solid problem solving skills to empower volunteers, facilitate committees, and reach out to constituents.
8. Maintain professionalism in speech, dress, action, and confidentiality.
9. Be able to work under pressure, manage resources, set goals, and achieve results.
10. Demonstrate knowledge of digital and print communications, social media platforms, communication tools, and database management.
11. Formulate key messages and engage support—time, talent, and treasure—from volunteers, constituents, staff, and the broader community.
12. Be self directed and open to collaboration.

For more information and to apply, visit https://wayoftheshepherd.org/careers-at-wos/

Posted October 20, 2017


 

Administrative Assistant
The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School in Blaine, Minnesota is looking to hire an administrative assistant.  The role of the Administrative Assistant is to assist the Administrative Team with the smooth and effective daily operations of the school. The primary responsibilities involve being a welcome first encounter for those who contact the school, clerical support for school administration, and organizing school office operations and procedures to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

Qualifications:
1. Adhere to the mission of The Way of the Shepherd Catholic Montessori School.
2. A practicing Roman Catholic preferred.
3. Possess a Bachelor’s Degree or higher, preferably in the area of Business Administration, Accounting, or a related discipline. Two years of experience in operational management in education is strongly preferred and encouraged.
4. Possess at least 2 years’ experience with secretarial and clerical tasks. A Bachelor’s Degree in the areas of Business, Communication, or Customer Service preferred.
5. Love God and desire to share their faith with others.
6. Love children and desire to help them in their personal character, virtue, and faith development.
7. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with parents, students, and staff.
8. Demonstrate excellent spoken and written communication skills.
9. Utilize good judgment, a professional demeanor, and solid problem solving skills to handle multiple tasks under interruption.
10. Maintain professionalism in speech, dress, action, and confidentiality.

For more information and to apply, visit https://wayoftheshepherd.org/careers-at-wos/

Posted October 20, 2017


 

Digital Media Strategist
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, is seeking a Digital Media Strategist to help grow its communications team.

Responsibilities:
- Manage and grow SFLA’s presence and outreaches online including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, as well as maintaining all Students for Life of America websites
- Stay up to date with current pro-life related news, determining which stories are ideal for social media and work with Students for Life of America communications team to craft messages to post across platforms
- Launch creative campaigns to grow SFLA’s digital audiences
- Daily interaction with Students for Life of America digital followers and fans
- Send out regular, mass text messages and emails to various Students for Life of America audiences
- Maintain and work with Students for Life of America team to grow text message and email segment lists
- Develop and execute regular digital media ad campaigns to expand reach and audience
- Build rapid-response websites for Students for Life of America special projects using Wix, Wordpress, or Square Space
- Maintain and grow SFLA’s mobile app

Requirements:
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
- A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
- Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
- Must know basic grammar rules
- Must be able to work in fast-paced environment
- Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement
- Some experience in creating websites in Wix or Square Space, graphic design, video editing, and using an e-mail management system is a plus

Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins

Posted October 19, 2017


 

Managing Editor
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, is seeking an Managing Editor to help grow it’s Communications Team. 

Responsibilities:
- Grow SFLA audience across all communication channels, including: Email, Website(s),Earned Media, Social Media, and Text messaging
- Work with the Communications team to oversee the creation and distribution of consistent and compelling messaging, including: Emails, Videos, Graphics, Social media posts, Press releases, Media statements, Blog posts, Livestreaming, and Website content
- Manage daily details of the editorial calendar to ensure proper scheduling, production, consistency, and quality of content
-Handle mechanics of publishing and content management, including: SEO, Tagging, Images, Style, Messaging
- Coordinate with other departments at Students for Life to ensure their communications needs are met
- Final content review and edit before publishing
- Measure and assess effectiveness of communications at increasing audience involvement in the Students for Life mission

Requirements:
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
- A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology, and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
- Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
- Must know basic grammar rules
- Must be able to work in fast-paced environment
- Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement
- Some experience in creating websites in Wix or Square Space, graphic design, video editing, and using an e-mail management system is a plus

Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins

Posted October 19, 2017


 

Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator
The nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America (SFLA), is seeking an Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator to help grow it’s Communications Team. The SFLA Videographer & Digital Media Coordinator will be responsible for communicating the mission and vision of Students for Life of America through our digital platforms through visual designs ranging from photography, graphic design, to video production.

Responsibilities:
- Video production from concept, script creation, filming and editing to the final product
for all SFLA projects and initiatives to highlight the organization's mission, successes,
goals, and in response to breaking news and events
- Produce two high-quality creative videos per month
- Produce daily news videos for Facebook channel
- Produce four additional short videos a month
- Assist with graphic design and digital media posting as needed
- Work with other Communications Team members to plan for and post content to digital
media platforms for SFLA Initiatives including: Pro-Life Future and Rock for Life

Requirements:
- Proficiency in Adobe and Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
- A positive attitude, good problem solving skills, willingness to learn new technology,
and a passion to serve in the pro-life movement are a must
- Proficiency in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
- Must know basic grammar rules
- Must be able to work in fast-paced environment
- Experience working or volunteering within the pro-life movement is a plus
- Experience in graphic design is a plus

Submit Resume and Cover Letter (and any work samples) to Kristan Hawkins

Posted October 19, 2017


Sidewalk Counseling Coordinator
Pro-Life Action Ministries is accepting applications for the position of Sidewalk Counseling Coordinator. Primary duties include scheduling, equipping, recruiting and helping to train sidewalk counselors and prayer supporters at multiple abortion centers. Must be willing to sidewalk counsel as needed and as time allows.

Experience in sidewalk counseling outside abortion centers is required. Also required are good communication skills, very close attention to detail, the ability to work with more than 150 volunteers on a regular basis and the ability to work interdenominationally. Required computer skills include competence in e-mails and social media and in Microsoft programs such as Word and Excel. Must be committed to the pro-life cause and belong to a Christian church.

This is a full-time position with salary and benefits. This is a demanding job, but also very rewarding because you will be directly involved in saving lives from abortion! Send resume and references to debra.braun@plam.org.

Posted October 16, 2017


 

Youth Ministry Intern
Maternity of Mary in St. Paul is in need of a youth ministry intern to help with planning service projects, confirmation, and faith formation programs. Interns would learn the ropes of youth ministry with hands-on experience. Interns would be expected to work 15-20 hours per week, based on their availability and would be paid $13/hour. 

Please contact Jen Andrysczyk if interested.

Posted Ocotober 4, 2017


 

Justice and Charity Coordinator
Saint John Neumann Catholic Church in Eagan is hiring someone to provide justice and charity ministries. Serve as staff liaison for Justice and Charity committee, sister parish and community partner organizations. Assist Director of Parish Formation in integrating Catholic Social teaching into all areas at SJN. Encourage parishioners to participate in justice and charity ministries. You can call at 651-454-2079 or visit www.sjn.org for more information

Posted September 29, 2017


 

Choir Director
St. Pius X Church in White Bear Lake is looking to hire a choir director. This is a talented choir, with several member having choral training outside of the parish. They are attempting to move the choir into a more polyphony and chant going forward and are looking for someone who is able to lead them in that direction. Click here for more information

Posted September 21, 2017


 

UPDATED: Part-time PreK through Fifth Grade Music Teacher, Holy Family Academy 2017-18

Under the supervision of the principal, the 3rd through 5th grade Music teacher is responsible for teaching Music to students in grades 3, 4, and 5 by planning and conducting an education program that develops music appreciation, ability, and Catholic identity through musical instruction.  Additionally, the Music teacher helps students grow in their enjoyment, appreciation, and performance of music through a variety of concerts including the Veterans, Advent and Spring programs. This commitment is just 6 hours per week.

Job Qualifications

The candidate will:
1) Be an enthusiastic and creative teacher with a minimum of two years of experience teaching music to pre-k or elementary students.
2) Be an active, practicing Catholic committed to joyfully witnessing the faith to young people.
4) Have excellent speaking and writing skills and have same high expectations of students.
5) Have an up-to-date Minnesota Teaching License (preferably).

For more information about Holy Family Academy, please visit our website here.  Please send all inquiries (with a resume and cover letter) to Jim Grogan at jgrogan@hfamn.org

Updated August 9, 2017


 

Projects Manager with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs is looking for a Projects Manager for the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought & Public Life. The Projects Manager is responsible for planning, coordinating, executing, and following-through on all of the Initiative’s programs and activities, and participates in its outreach efforts and communications strategy.  S/he provides vital administrative support to the Initiative Director and handles all logistics associated with the Initiative’s programming and events and the running of the office; and oversees the Initiative’s finances and processes all contracts, reimbursements, and payments.  For more information about this job opportunity and to apply, visit the Georgetown University website.

 Posted July 5, 2017


 


 

Events

 

 

Story of a Soul Book Study
Attend a 10-session Women's book study on St. Therese of Lisiuex's Story of a Soul, led by Libby Atkinson, M.A.. The Church of St. Helena's hosts this study from 7:30pm to 9:00pm on Thursdays of the following dates: November 2, 16, and 30, 2017; February 1 and 15; March 1 and 15; April 5 and 19, and May 3, 2018. The cost is $30 and complimentary tuition and books are availale for those with difficulty paying. Register by calling 612-729-7321 or emailing johnsondag@sainthelena.us.

Posted October 23, 2017


 

Epic: A Journey through Church History
The Church of St. Helena (Minneapolis) is hosting a 20-CD Series through Church History on Mondays, running October 30 - December 18, 2017, and continuing January 8 - March 26, 2018. $40 for the series and textbook, though complimentary books and tuition are available for those having difficulty paying. Register by calling 612-729-7321 or emailing johnsondag@sainthelena.us.

Posted October 23, 2017


Come and See Retreats
Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus are inivting young women ages 20-30 to their 2017-2018 retreats. Retreat dates are: December 15-17, and March 23-25. These retreats will be held in New Ulm. If you have any questions email handmaidvocation@gmail.com

Posted October 16, 2017


Mary & Martha Study Community
Beginning this Fall, The Martha and Mary Study Community will offer the women at the Church of Saint Agnes an opportunity for intellectual formation so that they may deepen their relationships with God and each other in our parish family. This new Community will run from October—May on the second Thursday of the month at 7 pm in Schuler Hall. If you would like more contact information, please send an email to saintagnesmaryandmarthas@gmail.com

Updated October 16, 2017


Emmaus
All are welcome to an evening of adoration, confession and praise at the Church of St Mark (2001 Dayton Ave) the 3rd Friday of each month, from 7:00-8:30pm, followed by refreshments and fellowship. Here is a link to more information. Next Emmaus: Friday, December 15, 7:00.

Updated September 18, 2017


 

Housing

Roommate Needed

I am a UST/CS Alumni (I graduated in 2014). I'm seeking a roommate for my 2-bedroom apartment near Lexington & Grand.  It's a great location, nice neighborhood, quiet building. Contact Megan for more information.

Posted December 5, 2017


Academic Opportunities

Witherspoon Institute Summer Seminars
The Institute is pleased to announce its 2018 Summer Seminars for high school, undergraduate and graduate students, and young faculty. These intensive programs examine vital moral questions in social, philosophical, legal, and political thought and have attracted young men and women from across the world for over a decade. With discussions guided by leading scholars from the United States and Great Britain, the Summer Seminars comprise the core of the Institute’s efforts to assist the next generation of scholars in reflecting on truly human questions. See here for more information.

Posted December 14, 2017

Volunteer Opportunities

Jesuit Volunteer Corps

The pillars of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) are community, spirituality, social justice, and simple living. JVC has 1-year domestic programs and 2-year international programs available to volunteers. Contact Catholic Studies alum Patrick Fisher at patlilfish11@gmail.com, or call him anytime at (402) 880-6679 to learn more about JVC. Applications due by January 31, 2018, at http://www.jesuitvolunteers.org/howtoapply/.

Posted November 30, 2017

 

Needed: Faith Formation Volunteers at the Church of St Mark

The Church of St Mark (just blocks from St Thomas) is looking for volunteers to help with Wednesday evening Faith Formation programs beginning in January.St Mark's loves Catholic Studies students! Come share your excitement for the faith and the love of Christ with neighborhood children. Email Katy Wehr, the Faith Formation Coordinator at the Church of St Mark for more information or to volunteer.

We need:

  • 1 female leader to co-lead the 7-8th grade Decision Point Study
  • 2 discussion group leaders for elementary
  • 1 floater to assist with K-6 large group activities & stories

Posted November 20, 2017


Catechesis of the Good Shepard Program at Saint Anges looking for a Volunteer for its Atrium

This position would start immediately, and would be a weekly commitment (with holiday breaks) on Tuesdays from 9:45 a.m.-11:45 a.m. It is located in the basement of Saint Agnes Church in St. Paul. The program is a Catholic Montessori educational opportunity for young children (3-6 years old), based on scripture and liturgy. Volunteers should have an interest in child development, education, evangelization and catechesis, and must be up-to-date with Virtus requirements. If interested, please call or text Annamarie Adkins at 651-324-4870 or contact her by email.

Posted September 6, 2017

St. Ambrose in Woodbury Youth Ministry in Need of Small Group Leaders

As a small group leader, you will be an enthusiastic and prayerful presence for teenagers, willing and excited to share your love of Christ. This opportunity is for Wednesday and Sunday evenings in middle school and high school programs.

Middle School Edge Nights (6th-8th grade): There is a special need for men to lead 6th-8th grade boys' small groups. Each night includes a game, large group talk, small groups, and ends in prayer. There is availability on either Wednesday or Sunday evenings, from approximately 6:15 to 8:00 p.m. Edge meets weekly with the exception of holidays and school breaks. Please contact Bri St. Amour by email for more information.

High School Confirmation (9th and 10th grade): There is a need for both men and women to lead Confirmation small groups. These groups meet approximately twice a month on Sunday evenings from 6:15-8:00 p.m. One of these meetings is a small group night, and the other is a large group speaker followed by praise, worship, and adoration. Teens are prepared for the Sacrament of Confirmation over the two years in small groups as well as one retreat each year. There are also opportunities to help lead retreats. Please contact Hector Bautista by email for more information.

Posted September 6, 2017

Catechist Needed at St. Mary's Church

Catechists are needed for a joint program between Assumption and St. Mary's churches in downtown St. Paul. Classes are held on Saturday mornings from 9:00-10:15 with scheduled weekends off as follows: two at Christmas, one at Easter,  one at Thanksgiving, and one for a teachers in service day. Teacher meetings are held at 8:45 each day a meeting is scheduled. If another weekend off would be needed, it can be arranged with an available substitute teacher. The program consists of Pre-k through 7th grade, with confirmation preparation for 8th through 12th grade. Current availabilities are in Pre-k, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and 7th grades. This opportunity provides the support of a co-teacher for a total of two catechists teaching each class. The commitment is from September 16th - April 28th. If interested, contact Jill by email or call 651-224-7536 ex. 115 or 651-222-2619 ext. 3.

Posted September 6, 2017

Maternity of Mary in Saint Paul seeking Religious Education Volunteers
Maternity of Mary is looking for volunteers to teach 7th and 8th graders religious education on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:50 p.m. starting September 20th. They are also in need of a Dead Theologians Society teacher on Wednesdays from 7:00-9:00 p.m., which would start September 20th as well. The deadline to apply for the RE and DTS positions is September 12th. If interested, please contact Jen Andrysczyk by email, or call 651-489-8825 or 651-492-7930.

Posted August 23, 2017

Social Media Volunteer at Curatio
Help Curatio, an apostolate for Catholic Healthcare Professionals, promote a culture of life on social media while gaining real-life experience! If you are interested, call Dianne Johnson, a Catholic Studies MA alum, at 612-840-7066. To learn more about Curatio, visit their website.

Posted August 9, 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

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Items

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Updated November 20, 2017

Student Resources

Latin/Greek Tutoring
Ian O'Hagan is offering tutoring sessions in Latin and Greek for students who require assistance in these languages. Ian is a high school teacher at Chesterton Academy in Edina and has extensive background teaching and tutoring  for a variety of age groups. He is available in the evenings Thursday-Saturday. Tutoring sessions are $20 per hour, but rates are flexible. References are available. For more information, or to schedule tutoring sessions, contact Ian at 314-764-0900

Posted October 19, 2017