Below you will find a list of job postings sent to us by various parishes and religious organizations. Click on your state or country below to view job postings in your area.

NET Ministries Job Openings

Housekeeping Attendant

NET Ministries National Headquarters, West St. Paul, MN

NET Ministries challenges young Catholics to love Christ and embrace the life of the Church through Catholic youth retreats, parish and school discipleship, and youth ministry resources. We are currently looking to hire a dedicated, long-term, energetic housekeeper to join our Hospitality team. Once trained for this position, you will work independently 15-20 hours per week cleaning guest rooms used by our retreat groups.

Responsibilities
As the housekeeping attendant you will follow established procedures to professionally clean our dorm room areas. This will include but is not limited to cleaning bathrooms, dusting furniture, sanitizing, deodorizing, sweeping floors, and vacuuming carpets. You will also be responsible for laundering and folding all bedding and linens for our dorm rooms/used by our guests. Our housekeeping attendants follow all government and company regulations and standards to ensure high-quality cleaning is done in a timely manner so the dorm rooms are available when needed for guests.

NET Ministries offers

– $12-$15 per hour based on experience
– Scheduled performance feedback & amp; opportunity for pay raises based on performance
– Opportunity to build meaningful and lasting relationships with our missionaries

Location
110 Crusader Ave W West St. Paul, MN 55118

Available Schedules

Typical work hours are scheduled Monday – Wednesday each week

Qualifications and Experience

– Must be at least 18 years of age.
– Previous housekeeping/ cleaning experience preferred but not required.
– Ability to multitask and work well under pressure.

Other Requirements

– Ability to push/pull laundry carts and lift up to 50 pounds.
– Ability to endure the physical demands of standing, walking, crouching, climbing, bending, twisting,
and turning.
– Ability to work independently while maintaining good time-management skills.
– Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or
without regular supervision.
– Successful completion of criminal background check.
– Completion of VIRTUS (Protecting God’s Children) training as part of the application process.

NET Ministries is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities. Applicants representing diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We simply ask that our Hospitality employees be respectful of the Catholic faith and of the mission of NET Ministries.

To apply or for questions: Email Jeffrey at jeffreyc@netusa.org


Cook, Team Lead (Part Time)

NET Ministries National Headquarters, West St. Paul, MN

  • We have an opening for a WEEKEND COOK position.
  • Location: NET Ministries, Inc.; 110 Crusader Ave W West St. Paul, MN 55118
  • Schedule: Saturday 6:30 am – 1:30 pm OR 1:30 pm – 7:30 pm; Sunday 6:30 am – 2:30 pm
  • Salary Range: $18.00 – $20.00/hour based on experience
  • Serve Safe Food Handler Certification Preferred but not Required

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age. Previous cooking experience preferred but not required. Customer service oriented. Team player. Ability to push/pull food carts and lift up to 50 pounds.

Job Summary
This position serves as the team lead for the kitchen employees who provide meals for Catholic young people on retreat at our building and for Catholic missionaries. Employee prepares food in accordance with applicable federal, state and company standards, guidelines and regulations and procedures. Employee ensures quality food service is provided at all times. NET Ministries encourages applicants representing diverse backgrounds to apply. We simply ask that our Hospitality employees be respectful of the Catholic faith and of the mission of NET Ministries. It is our hope that this position would be long-term.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepare high-quality food items according to standardized recipes and instructions.
  • Serve meals using correct portioning, meeting outlined standards, ensuring that food is at the correct temperature and is attractive and tasty.
  • Operate large-volume cooking equipment.
  • Clean kitchen after preparation and serving, maintaining high standards of cleanliness. Store or discard excess food in accordance with safe food-handling procedures.
  • Keep refrigerators and storerooms clean and neat. Ensure food and supply items are stored according to proper standards.
  • Operate and maintain kitchen equipment as instructed.
  • Assist in record keeping and reporting as required.
  • Assist in the ordering and receiving of all food and supplies as required.
  • Report needed maintenance, faulty equipment, or accidents to the supervisor immediately.
  • Maintain good working relationships with coworkers, guests, and supervisor at all times.
  • Perform job safely while maintaining a clean, safe work environment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualified candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of this position satisfactorily with or without regular supervision.

Disclaimer: This job post is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all essential responsibilities, skills, tasks, or requirements associated with this position. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the position posted, NET reserves the right to modify or change the essential functions of the job based on business necessity.

To apply or for questions: Email or call Jeffrey at jeffreyc@netusa.org

 

California

Receptionist/Media Assistant

Posted February 16, 2018

Sacred Heart Retreat House, Alhambra, CA 

EOE STATEMENT
It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities and will not unlawfully consider any factors of race, religion, age, creed, national origin, gender, disability, veteran or military status, genetic information, or any and all other unlawful biases regarding federal, state or local laws with regard to workers or applicants.

DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Receptionist/Media Assistant
Position Type: Full Time
Department/Group: Administration
Reports To: Retreat Directress
Mission Statement: Promoting a deeper spiritual life among God’s people

Sacred Heart Retreat House further defines this mission to include the following specific goals:

  • Offering programs in keeping with the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
  • Imparting our Carmelite Spirituality of facilitating an encounter with God through extended and day retreats, classes, workshops, and conferences to individuals and groups of all ages.
  • Providing facilities for both silent and interactive retreat experiences.

Purpose of Your Job Position:

  • Responsible for the professional, gracious and efficient reception of retreatants, visitors, guests, priests, religious, and vendors.
  • Responsible for a variety of clerical and media duties that support the Retreat House mission.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • AA degree and two years related experience or High School diploma
  • 4 – 5 years experience.

Job Functions:
Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or is an essential function of the position.

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Indiana

Full-Time Missionary

Posted January 18, 2018

St. Therese Little Flower Church, South Bend Indiana

St. Therese Little Flower Catholic Church in South Bend, Indiana is seeking a full-time missionary for our Parish Missionary Team. Missionaries serve in one-year commitments, beginning in August through June of the following year.

A parish missionary is:
– a bold witness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to our parish.
– an intentional disciple who seeks to follow Him wherever He leads.
– a model of the missionary discipleship call we received at baptism.
– a man or woman sustained and deeply thirsting after prayer and the sacraments.
​- always seeking to bring more young people into relationship with Jesus Christ.
– ​growing spiritually, personally, communally, and professionally as a member of our parish.

Missionaries serve by:
– Relational ministry with youth, young adults, and parents
– Attending daily Mass and daily holy hour, with regular reception of Confession
– Encouraging the parish youth to be lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ
– Leading small groups, weekly youth nights, and men’s/women’s ministries
– Building administrative skills by planning events and programs
– Assisting in various other parish ministries and activities
– Fellowship with teammates and communal prayer as a team
– Spiritual Direction with a priest or mentorship with an approved mentor
– Staying in parish host homes, building relationships with the parish at-large
– Random evangelization
– Working the front desk at least two hours per week.
– Modeling a spirit of warmth, zeal, and hospitality by serving on hospitality ministry for at least two Masses per weekend, with special emphasis on breaking the ice with unfamiliar parishioners.
– Participating in outside parish ministries once per week.
– Missionaries are strongly encouraged to attend other parish events, such as potlucks and socials, missions, soup suppers, Theology on Tap, and any other events.

Missionaries are required to fundraise for personal expenses, are provided with a monthly stipend, and stay with host families for the duration of their service.

Interested applicants should complete the online application found at: www.parishmissionaryprogram.weebly.com/apply-here/ Applicants will also be required to submit two references and a letter of good standing. For further questions, please contact Abby Kyle, Director of Missionary Program, at (574) 222-5735 (call or text).

Minnesota

Summer Intern

Posted February 6, 2018

St. Paul’s Outreach, Inver Grove Heights, MN

THE WHAT

What are you doing this summer? Do you need internship experience? Would you like to work with a fast-growing dynamic nonprofit? Would you like to work with other passionate Catholics?

What better way to find this experience than working with an organization you love! SPO, as a small and expanding organization, allows a hands-on educational experience that will be unparalleled. With access to the Executive Team and multiple departments, you will be exposed to an incredible opportunity for professional development and valuable work experience. You will have the opportunity to witness the behind the scenes work that makes SPO tick and gain a professional internship all in one.

DETAILS
  • WHO:  2-4 Students (entering juniors or seniors in college)
  • WHERE: National Headquarters (Inver Grove Heights, MN)
  • WHEN: June 4th-Aug 3rd, 2018 (full-time, Mon-Thur 8:30-5pm; Fri 8:30am-noon)
  • COMPENSATION:
    • $700 (Stipend for living expenses)
    • $800 (SNE registration covered)
  • ASPECTS:
    • Meaningful work (possible areas– Training Logistics, Development Database, Finance, Marketing)
    • Internship credit for school requirements
    • Professional development experience (panels with Executive Team)
    • Orientation to start Summer and wrap up to close
    • Regular reviews and feedback
    • Office socials
    • Attendance at local young adult events
    • Living in Summer Household

 


Development Officer

Posted January 11, 2018

Abria Pregnancy Solutions, St. Paul, MN

Abria Pregnancy Resources provides life-affirming medical and personal support services for women facing unexpected pregnancies or sexual health concerns. Our clients find hope and healing through lab quality STI and pregnancy testing, ultrasound exams, prenatal care, professional counseling, life coaching, material assistance, and education. All services are provided at no cost to clients and help put a choice for life within reach of thousands of women in the Twin Cities’ urban core.

Position Summary:
The Development Officer is a key member of the development team responsible for implementing and administering a comprehensive annual giving program and effectively working to build a strong base of funding for Abria

Time Commitment:
Regular, non-exempt, full-time position (typically 40 hours per week, 1 FTE).

Location:
University/Vandalia intersection in St. Paul, as well as off-site meetings and appointments as applicable.

Essential Functions:

Annual Giving

  1. Create and oversee direct mail and electronic solicitations including letter and collateral crafting, segmentation, timing, and donor acknowledgement.
  2. Manage and grow Abria’s Sustainers’ Club of monthly donors through planned communications and solicitations.
  3. Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward individuals, businesses and other key annual funders to provide a steady and growing stream of annual revenue especially through event sponsorships.

Event Planning

  1. Plan and execute all Development events: Celebration Banquet, Fun Run, house parties, receptions, open houses, and clinic tours.
  2. Establish and manage event budgets

Volunteer Management

  1. Serve as liaison for Young Adult Network and work closely with group’s leadership to ensure goals of fundraising, volunteer recruitment and outreach are met.
  2. Identify, train and manage all volunteers for Development events.

Major Gift and Advanced Annual Solicitation

  1. Build, manage and solicit a portfolio of annual donors of $1,000-$5,000, and additionally identify prospects for major gift solicitation.
  2. Record donor contact and engagement (phone, letter, email and meeting) as appropriate in database and produce activity reports to demonstrate donor/prospect moves management.

 

Essential Qualifications:

Agreement with Abria Values and Approach:

  • Commitment to Abria’s organizational values. We believe in the inherent dignity of each person, from conception to natural death; the right of our clients to receive comprehensive, truthful information in a respectful and compassionate way; and the importance of addressing the needs of the whole person – physical, emotional, spiritual and social – when providing services.

Professional Skills:

  • Five years of fundraising and/or professional related experience required. Superior writing skills a necessity. Project and volunteer management experience required. Strong communication skills and ability to work with and motivate others very important. Proficiency with computer and constituent software sought. Ability to work independently and within a team environment. Willingness to work nights and weekends, as required.
Interested parties should contact Jane Flanders at jane@abria.org.

New Jersey

Director of Youth Ministry

Posted February 1, 2018

Ascension/St. Elizabeth, St. Catharine/St. Margaret, St. Mark and St. Rose, Monmouth County, NJ

The Jersey Shore parishes of Ascension/St. Elizabeth, St. Catharine/St. Margaret, St. Mark and St. Rose, located in southern Monmouth County, are looking for a dynamic, energetic and passionate individual to develop and coordinate youth ministry programs that will foster personal and spiritual growth for our teens.  The Director of Youth Ministry will provide support to the individual parish youth ministry coordinators and organize programs both within and across this group of parishes. Primary responsibilities include:
  • Developing a group and parish-based pastoral ministry for youth
  • Reaching out to high school-aged parish youth
  • Assists parishes with forming youth groups within each parish
  • Providing support for ongoing catechesis and youth activities
  • Inviting youth to serve others and drawing them to responsible participation in the life of the faith community
A bachelor’s degree with a minimum of three years experience working with teenagers is required. Candidates interested in this full time position that includes a competitive salary with benefits should send their resume to jobs@stcatharine-stmargaret.org.
North Dakota

Director of Youth Ministry

Posted January 8, 2018

Corpus Christi, Bismarck, ND

A unique and dynamic opportunity in youth ministry is now available at the Church of Corpus Christi, in Bismarck, North Dakota. Responsibilities for this position include the direction and expansion of an already established youth ministry program which includes middle school and high school youth and the development, training, and support of an effective group of adult and teenage volunteers.
Requirements for this position include a passion for youth ministry, an ability to expand and lead a successful youth ministry program, and an ability to attract and motivate students in grade 6-12. The applicant shall be a faithful, practicing Catholic knowledgeable in his or her faith and must exhibit excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The preferred applicant will have a minimum of two years prior youth ministry experience and will possess a degree in youth ministry, theology, or a related field.
Salary is negotiable and the selected applicant must successfully pass a criminal background check.

Please mail or email your resume and three professional references to:
Tracy Kraft
Parish Manager
Church of Corpus Christi
1919 N 2nd St
Bismarck, ND, 58501
tracy.kraft@corpuschristibismarck.com

About Corpus Christi
The Church of Corpus Christi is a Roman Catholic parish of about 2,200 registered households in the Diocese of Bismarck. In order to build our community of worship, Corpus Christi continues to expand its faith formation programs, ministries and organizations to meet the needs of its growing membership. The mission of the youth ministry program is to inspire youth to live as Disciples of Christ.

Ohio

Evangelization & Adult Faith Formation Coordinator     

Posted February 20, 2018

St. Matthew the Apostle Parish, Gahanna, OH

Deadline: March 2nd, 2018
Parish: St. Matthew the Apostle
Status: Full Time 40hrs/week
Practicing Catholic: Required     

Position Summary: St. Matthew the Apostle Parish, located in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio, is seeking a well formed and passionate Catholic to plan and administer the evangelization, adult faith formation and stewardship efforts of our parish. Our parish is a thriving community of over 2,000 families. With already detailed attention to the Liturgical and Sacramental life of the Church, the need is great for community building and conversion. Position includes but is not limited to: Baptism preparation and coordination for parents; mentoring staff and volunteers in Christian leadership and formation; proclaiming the Gospel message to groups of parishioners; working with current parish and school staff to plan and execute initiatives that lead parishioners to an encounter with the relentless love of Jesus Christ. This position will report to the Parish Staff and Mission Manager.

Qualifications for the position: The ideal candidate must: be self-motivated to complete the responsibilities of the job with minimum supervision; multi-task and establish priorities; maintain a flexible attitude and approach towards assignments and successfully operate under appropriate guidelines; have knowledge of, and ability to convey effectively, the official teachings of the Catholic Church; successfully manage volunteers and multifaceted programs; ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, write correspondences and memos; effectively communicate with staff, parishioners, and other visitors to the parish; exercise discreet judgment in maintaining all information highly confidential; be flexible but meet deadlines when required; have established organizational skills and priorities; exhibit initiative and responsibility. To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook) systems.

Education/Experience: Baccalaureate degree or master’s degree in theology or related field, or a   combination of relevant education and experience in the development and administration of faith formation and evangelization programs.

Offer of position is contingent upon successful completion of a mandatory background screening and the VIRTUS “Protecting God’s Children” program. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Benefits are according to Diocesan policy.

Send cover letter, resume, and references by Friday, March 9th, 2018 to:

Leo S. Grimes, Parish Business Manager Lgrimes@stmatthew.net

Pennsylvania

Associate Director of Catholic Campus Ministry

Posted February 14, 2018

Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA

Job Description
Help College Students live their Catholic Faith:
Catholic Campus Ministry at Shippensburg University is seeking an Associate Director of Catholic Campus Ministry, a full-time, ten-month professional position. Needed to assist the Director of Catholic Campus Ministry in leading our Christ-centered Catholic Campus Ministry. Responsibilities include: creating innovative ways to bring people together; responding to inquiries about the Catholic faith; providing opportunities for young adult faith formation; attending weekly CCM Mass; providing pastoral care to students; coordinating annual retreats; mentoring and guiding the student Leadership Team. We offer competitive salary and benefits. You must be a practicing Roman
Catholic possessing the ability to respect, promote, accommodate, and not be in conflict with the mission, moral and social teachings, doctrines, and laws of the Roman Catholic faith and must be a Catholic in good standing with the Church. Preferred candidates will have previous experience in youth/young adult ministry and a strong academic background in a related field. All interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter by March 15, 2018 to: employment@hbgdiocese.org.

Texas

Family Based Care

Posted February 19, 2018

Casa de Esperanza, Houston, TX

Casa de Esperanza’s Residential Program recruits foster parents for our Family Based Care program who have a desire to serve children ages birth through six years old who have been abused, neglected, or are HIV-exposed/positive.  Our neighborhood brings together interns and Family Based Care foster parents to live and work with some of our society’s most vulnerable children.  Care is provided in the Residential Program’s agency foster homes.

Responsibilities include daily care of the children, household management, and the coordination of medical appointments and therapy sessions.  Family Based Care foster parents also work with caseworkers, psychological staff and community volunteers on a routine basis to ensure that the children in placement receive the highest quality of care.

Ensuring the safety of the children in placement and meeting their emotional and developmental needs are the primary responsibilities of Family Based Care foster parents. There is only one reason a child ever comes to Casa de Esperanza – because they are not safe. Almost all children arrive having experienced trauma, neglect or chaos in their short lives.  Their need for safety, stability and reassurance is immediate and often intense. The children require a great deal of time, energy and emotional resources from their foster parents.

Minimum Qualifications 

  • At least 21 years of age
  • Willingness to make a three month to one-year commitment
  • Minimum of a high school diploma or GED
  • Good general health, with a high energy level
  • Able to lift 35 – 40 pounds
  • Read and speak English proficiently
  • Pass a criminal history and background check and drug screening
  • Have an interest in caring for children with special needs resulting from abuse, neglect, or the effects of HIV
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with others
  • Flexibility and Patience
  • Valid U.S. Driver’s License

Responsibilities

  • Become the licensed foster parent living in an agency foster home
  • Single Family Based Care providers will typically care for two children, couples will typically care for four to five children.
  • Provide 24-hour care to the children in the home.
  • Provide the highest level of care possible to each child placed in home
  • Support the children’s primary attachments to biological parents and promote skills to develop healthy attachments
  • Participate as a team member in the development and implementation of the child’s Plan of Service and therapeutic recommendations
  • Communicate regularly with supervisors and the children’s caseworker regarding their welfare
  • Complete household duties including, but not limited to:  cooking, cleaning, laundry, and maintaining the house and vehicle.
  • Transport and participate in medical and therapy appointments.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner.
  • Complete 2-week pre-service training and complete 20 hours of ongoing training annually
  • Follow the policies of Casa de Esperanza (including the discipline policy) at all times
    Corporal punishment is never allowed in Casa de Esperanza foster homes

Compensation and Benefits

  • Housing
  • Monthly stipend commensurate with past personal and professional experience
  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Two weeks paid vacation per year

Application Instructions

Applicants can send their resumes HERE or email them to Jordan Chismar at jchismar@casahope.org. Applicants may also call Jordan Chismar at 713-818-0130 or the main office number at 713-529-0639.

 


Hands of Hope Internship

Posted February 19, 2018

Hands of Hope, Houston, TX

Hands of Hope is Casa de Esperanza’s internship program which recruits recent college graduates and other highly qualified young adults, from throughout the United States. These interns have a desire to help abused, neglected and HIV positive children through work with our agency. This program brings together approximately 25 young adults annually to live and work with some of our society’s most vulnerable children. The Residential Program is the backbone of Casa de Esperanza, and at its core are the Hands of Hope Interns. Hands of Hope Interns commit one year to live and work with these vulnerable children in the Residential Program’s agency foster homes. Responsibilities include daily care of the children, household management, and the coordination of medical appointments and therapy sessions.  The Hands of Hope Interns  also work  with caseworkers, psychological staff and community volunteers on a routine basis to ensure that the children in placement receive the highest quality of care.

Ensuring the safety of the children in placement and meeting their emotional and developmental needs are the primary responsibilities of the Hands of Hope Interns. There is only one reason a child ever comes to Casa de Esperanza – because they are not safe. Almost all children arrive having experienced trauma, neglect or chaos in their short lives.  Their need for safety, stability and reassurance is immediate and often intense. The children require a great deal of time, energy and emotional resources from the house parents.  For this reason, the Hands of Hope Interns participate in an extensive 2 week training program to enhance their abilities to meet the needs of the children.  We strive to educate all interns on the importance of early intervention when working with emotionally and behaviorally challenged, and often medically fragile, children. The skills cultivated while participating in the Hands of Hope internship program are excellent life and work experiences for individuals pursuing careers in social work, medicine, psychology, education, public health, non-profit management, and social justice.

Qualifications
•    At least 21 years old
•    Willingness to make a one-year commitment
•    College degree preferred
•    Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with others
•    Flexibility and Patience
•    Good general health, with a high energy level, and able to lift 35-40 pounds
•    Valid U.S. Driver’s License

A criminal history and background check of each Hands of Hope Intern will be completed prior to placement with the agency.

Responsibilities
•    To care for the children placed in your home
•    To promote skills to develop healthy attachments
•   To participate as a team member in implementing the children’s Plan of Service and therapeutic regime
•   To complete household duties including, but not limited to: cooking, cleaning, laundry and maintaining the house, and vehicles
•    To transport and participate in medical and therapy appointments
•    To support the children’s primary attachment to biological parents
•    To complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner
•    To communicate regularly with supervisors regarding the welfare of the children
•    To complete 20 hours of ongoing training on an annual basis
•    To follow the policies of Casa de Esperanza at all times

Living Arrangements
Typically, four Hands of Hope Interns  live in an agency foster home with four or five children under the age of six. One of the interns will be licensed as the foster parent. Together, the Hands of Hope Interns share responsibility for providing 24-hour care to the children in the home.

Compensation and Benefits
•    Housing
•    Monthly stipend of $600/month
•    Health Insurance
•    Life Insurance
•    Two weeks paid vacation per year
•    Successful Completion of Internship Award

Application Instructions
Applicants can send their resumes HERE or email them to Jordan Chismar at jchismar@casahope.org. Applicants may also call Jordan Chismar at 713-818-0130 or the main office number at 713-529-0639.

Virginia

Evangelization Coordinator and Youth Minister

Posted January 16, 2018

Precious Blood Church, Culpeper, VA

Precious Blood Catholic Church in Culpeper, Virginia, a 1,300+ family parish, is seeking an energetic full time Coordinator of Parish Evangelization and Youth Ministry. Candidate should be a highly motivated individual who is faithful to the Magisterium, with a deep prayer life and regular participation in the sacraments. Candidate would demonstrate ability to apply contemporary evangelization techniques in organizing and implementing such efforts including, but not limited to, communication with inactive members of our parish, follow up visits with new sacrament recipients, participation in bereavement ministry and religious education program, as well as spiritual, social and educational opportunities for parish youth. The individual should also have excellent communication and leadership skills and the capacity to be a team player. Ability to execute ideas and possession of analytical skills are most critical. Experience working in related fields is a plus. Bilingual (English/Spanish) fluency is strongly preferred. The position will include an excellent diocesan benefits package and a competitive salary based on experience. Candidate would be willing to begin as soon as possible but we are willing to wait for the ideal applicant.

Deadline for submitting applications is May 1, 2018. No phone calls please.

Please send or email your resume and cover letter to:
Reverend Kevin B. Walsh Pastor
Precious Blood Catholic Church
114 E Edmondson Street
Culpeper, Virginia 22701
or office@preciousbloodcatholicchurch.com

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