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.
Science & Math Teacher, St. Michael Academy, Michigan
St. Michael Academy (SMA), a Catholic Classical Academy in Petoskey, Michigan is looking for a brilliant,
energetic, and faith-filled educator to teach multiple courses in our science and mathematics curriculum,
including Biology, Chemistry and Physics in the science field; and Pre-Algebra and Algebra in the
mathematics field. View the job description and how to apply.
Posted May 12, 2020
Humanities Teacher, St. Michael Academy, Michigan
St. Michael Academy, a Catholic Classical Academy in Petoskey, Michigan in the Little Traverse Bay region, is
looking for a brilliant, energetic, and faith-filled educator to teach a wide variety of humanities courses in our
rigorous and inspiring high school curriculum. View the job description and how to apply.
Posted May 12, 2020
Headmaster, Chesterton Academy
Chesterton Academy is seeking a headmaster for its new school opening in Stillwater, MN this fall. See this link for the job description and details.
Posted May 11, 2020
Theology Teacher, St. Edmond Catholic School
We are seeking to hire two teachers who desire to win the hearts of our 8-12th grade students with the beauty of the Gospel, form their minds to recognize and live in the truth in all its splendor, and graciously lead our students to the blessing of intimacy with the Holy Trinity.
Posted April 17, 2020
Director of Youth Ministry, St. Bartholomew
Responsible for directing a comprehensive Faith Formation and Youth Ministry program for students in grades 6-12 in public, parochial and private schools. This vision seeks to draw young people to responsible active participation in the life, mission and work of the parish and of the wider Church. For more information please contact Emily Dalsky at edalsky@St-barts.org.
Posted March 18, 2020
Director of Development, St. Jerome Institute
St. Jerome Institute is currently looking to hire a Director of Development (full-time). Reporting to and in partnership with the Headmaster (HM), the Development Director (Director) will spearhead development efforts as the St. Jerome Institute.
- Articulate and represent the vision, mission and culture of SJI.
- Develop and execute St. Jerome Institute’s annual fundraising plan.
- Participate in the development of and help to implement the school marketing plan.
Please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Posted March 10, 2020
Operations Associate, Pregnancy Choices
Pregnancy Choices is seeking an experienced, articulate and personable individual to serve as Operations Associate. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position will oversee office technology and databases, strengthen internal ongoing functions, and execute on development strategies. Responsibilities include:
· Manage all office technology and database systems such as WayCool and WordPress
· Support company operations by maintaining office systems
· Establish and execute calendar of recurring tasks as it relates to position
· Develop procedures for retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records including all accreditation documentation
To Apply, send a cover letter, resume and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted March 10, 2020
The Catholic Schools Center of Excellence (CSCOE) is hiring a part-time communications intern, starting this summer. Please email resume and letter of interest to Melissa at email@example.com. Please note your communications-related experience/classes. CSCOE was started in 2015 to help our 79 Archdiocesan preschool-8th grade Catholic schools enhance excellence and increase enrollment.
Posted March 9, 2020
Local Catholic mom looking for a babysitter on occasional weekend evenings as well as an hour or two during the day (mostly weekday mornings) on occasion. 3 kids ages 7, 5 and 3, one mile from St. Thomas. If interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted March 6, 2020
Friday, May 1- join us via facebook livestream!
Live streamed: facebook.com/ASPMVocations/
Come and virtually adore the Lord and join us in prayer, praise and worship. Father Joseph Taphorn, Rector of The Saint Paul Seminary will preside. #CorJesu2020 Stream at facebook.com/ASPMVocations/
Please send your prayer requests to email@example.com or call the Office of Vocations at 651-962-6890. The archdiocesan seminarians at The Saint Paul Seminary will pray for your intentions.
Posted April 17, 2020
Master of Arts in Human Rights at the Catholic University of America
Applications are being accepted for an innovative interdisciplinary Master’s program in Human Rights. This unique program draws on five schools at CUA, including Philosophy, Theology, Law, and Canon Law. For more information, go to MAHuman Rights.com or email the director (William L Saunders, JD) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted March 2, 2020
Missionaries at Riverwest Food Pantry!
Many food pantries in Milwaukee have had to close, often because they do not have enough young people to stay healthy and staff it. Our food pantry has been able to stay open, and the missionaries are committed to stay healthy, happy, and quarantined to serve the community of the northside of Milwaukee.
Typically, our food pantry is a dynamic community space with interactive cooking demos, a shopping experience, and an Urban Farm. We hope to return to more communal setting in August.
What we do:
PRAYER We encounter God through Adoration, Liturgy of the Hours, Mass, Scripture, and the saints.
COMMUNITY We an intentional community, living in the heart of the neighborhood we serve.
FORMATION Explore prayer, community living, and social justice and see the root of poverty in our city.
SERVICE Develop nonprofit management skills and day-to-day Community Food Center operations.
Posted April 17, 2020
Internship – Catholic Psychotherapy Association, Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter, Winter/Spring 2020
Catholic Psychotherapy Association (CPA) is a membership based non-profit organization dedicated to support mental health practitioners by promoting the development of psychological theory and mental health practice which encompasses a full understanding of the human person, family, and society in fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
As we engage the local community of Catholic therapists we will need help in a variety of areas (marketing, accounting, communication, administration, organization, fund-raising, database management). Gain practical experience that is relevant to your field of study while offering support services to a newly established chapter. Up to 8 hours per week. Volunteer basis may develop into a paid position as local chapter develops.
If interested, please send a cover letter, resume and two references to: Catholic Psychotherapy Association, Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter email@example.com
Posted March 13, 2020
Information about an Online Discernment Group
Purpose: This Online Discernment Group would include young women who are discerning their vocation where they could meet each other virtually and discuss aspects of discernment and consecrated life. Through other such groups, we have found that it is a great support to discerners to know they have peers who are also on a similar path of discovering God’s will in their lives.
Who: Discerners who have shown an interest in consecrated life. They may belong to a college campus Newman Club, Catholic Campus Ministry group, and/or a parish where this question continues to arise in their heart and mind. They don’t have to be present for every session but need to desire to attend most of them.
How: Once a month, we would meet via Zoom for 1 hour at a date/time convenient to the group and reflect together on one aspect of consecrated life. Participants are asked to keep our discussions confidential. Topics could include the following: discernment process, fears about following this call, differences among religious congregations, prayer, community life, ministry, etc. Each session is planned and co-facilitated by a religious sister and a discerner who volunteers for this role. About one week prior to the meeting, reflection materials and discussion questions are emailed out to the group. The discerner and religious sister will work together to lead the discussion.
What: A book that may be helpful to use with this group is Discerning Religious Life by Sister Clare Matthiass (correct spelling). We could reflect on approximately one chapter each month.
Leaders: For this group, Sister Jean and Sister Liz would alternate co-facilitating with one of the discerners. Sister Jean’s office has a Zoom account and could send out emails with necessary information.
Instructions on how to join the group will be emailed to the participant:
Online Discernment Group Instructions:
How to join the online group via Zoom for the first time:
You will be sent this link to the Zoom Room prior to the meeting: https://zoom.us/j/7483216379
You can connect one of three ways:
- Click on the link
- Copy and paste it into your address bar and hit ENTER
- Go to zoom.us on the internet, click on JOIN A MEETING in the upper right hand
corner, and type in the phone number at the end of the address (748-321-6379).
If you have any questions, please contact Sr. Liz Sjoberg at 240-215-5344
or Sr. Jean Rhoads at 314-740-4332. To phone into meeting call: 748-321-6379
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