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Youth Minister
St. John the Apostle Catholic Church & School

St. John the Apostle Catholic Church and School, a vibrant parish of more than 3,000 families in a beach community, is seeking a full-time youth minister. The youth minister plans and leads a comprehensive catechetical youth ministry program with various components, especially high school confirmation program. The youth minister will organize middle and high school youth events, including service opportunities and social activities, while also organizing and encouraging participation in diocesan and other youth events. The youth minister recruits and engages adult volunteers to participate in events, supervising staff and/or volunteers, including program leaders and support staff. The youth minister will also join the Pastor and Director of Religious Education in teaching 8th Grade religion at the parish school on a monthly basis. The applicant must be a practicing Catholic in good standing. A bachelor’s degree in theology or religious studies is required; a master’s degree is preferred. Professional ministry experience is highly encouraged and musical ability is a plus. The candidate must have demonstrated experience in establishing and maintaining balanced budgets. The candidate must be a good team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills. The salary will follow diocesan guidelines based on experience and education.

Contact Information:

Please send resume to:
Fr. Robert J Cole, KHS
St. John the Apostle Catholic Church & School
1968 Sandbridge Road
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456

Assistant News Editor

REPORTS TO: Managing Editor

DEPARTMENT::National Catholic Register


GENERAL SUMMARY: The Assistant News Editor is responsible for monitoring the news and generating story ideas, taking stories pitched by editors and writers, and once approved, assigning the stories to staff writers or freelancers as appropriate. Tracks the assignment to completion and serves as the editor responsible for getting the story to print/online in a timely manner.


Monitors national, international and Vatican news, receives story pitches, press releases and statements, and generates story ideas.
Collaborates with the editorial team to research and plan new articles.
Assigns articles to writers in consultation with the editorial team.
Coordinates with writers to successfully provide scope of articles, identify possible sources, establish word count and deadlines using the assignment sheet.
Tracks assignments from assignment date through to publication date, using proper workflow applications.
Acts as the primary news editor for stories he/she assigns and as secondary editor for other articles as requested.
Performs fact checks and implements Register, AP and CNS editorial style to articles.
Meets assigned deadlines and keeps within given budget.
Participates in daily and weekly editorial conference calls, providing insights into potential news coverage, story angles, and updating editors on assignments.
Assists in posting news stories to the web and social media, as assigned.
Synthesizes news articles from multiple pieces, or rewrites stories as directed.
Proofreads and checks articles for accuracy.
Performs other duties, as assigned.


Minimum 5-7 years of experience in editorial field.
Extensive knowledge of and faithful practice of Roman Catholic faith.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment by prioritizing deadlines and meeting the demands so written copy is always accurate and original.
Strong critical thinking, editing, writing and proofreading skills.
Experience with MS Office, InDesign, Content Management Systems or other publishing tools.
Familiarity with search engine optimization, Google analytics and social media platforms.
Demonstrated ability to be a team leader, build relationships and communicate effectively with internal staff, writers/bloggers so as to achieve the team goals, namely timely and accurate content.
Excellence in English grammar.
Strong collaboration skills and ability to meet and hold others accountable for deadlines.
Ability to find quick solutions to problems.
Flexibility on hours as necessary to meet deadlines.


Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English, or a related field of study

Contact Information:

Résumés & cover letter including salary requirements should be e-mailed to: humanresources@ewtn.com To learn more about EWTN and our mission, please visit our website at www.ewtn.com. EOE

Director of Collaborative Music
The Christ Initiative

The Director of Collaborative Music (DCM) is primarily responsible for planning, overseeing, conducting and guiding to completion excellent music programs in both the St. Rose of Lima and St. Agnes’ parishes. This programming is in support of religious services, parish programs, and in accordance with the Local Pastoral Plan. They will also function as an accompanist and ensure appropriate weekend coverage for Masses at all Parishes in the collaborative.

They will be a passionate and enthusiastic presence in the music ministries of both parishes, uniting the existing teams there to create a collaborative, God-honoring worship experience that is both creative and energetic, focusing on the vision of The Christ Initiative and spurring it forward in accomplishing its goals and living out its vision for the community and parishioners.

What We Are Searching For / Qualifications:

The following describes many of the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Director of Music Ministry:


A bachelor’s degree in music or a related discipline is required for this role.


Five years or more of prior experience or leadership experience in music ministry is expected for this role. In addition, a comprehensive knowledge and familiarity with the Catholic Church teachings, particularly in the areas of liturgies and ceremonies, and a willingness to support the teachings of the Church would be ideal for this role, but not necessarily required.

Personal Characteristics

A strong faith, and commitment to personal growth and development, and support for the Catholic Church and local parish.
A willingness and ability to support Disciples in Mission and the Local Pastoral Plan.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, especially Excel.
Proficiency in Pro-Presenter or Easy Worship, and a willing and open spirit towards learning new softwares or learning Pro-Presenter if they have no prior experience.
Knowledgeable about a variety of musical styles, and the ability to teach these varying styles to music groups and ministries.
Effective interpersonal communicator and highly skilled in speaking, teaching, and writing.
Committed to participating in Alpha within the first year of employment.
Excellently proficient in at least one accompanying instrument is vital for this role.

Contact Information:

Interested candidates can find more information and apply at the link below:

Or contact hannah@vanderbloemen.com for more information

Provost and Senior Vice President
Gonzaga University

About Gonzaga: Gonzaga College was founded 130 years ago by Fr. Joseph Cataldo of the Society of Jesus (“the Jesuits”), at the invitation of city founders who were inspired by the Jesuits who were working among the indigenous Native American peoples of the region. Located on the northern bank of the Spokane River, Gonzaga University today prepares students well to enter their chosen field or profession, to serve the common good, to engage in a dialogue with multiple cultures and religious or ethical traditions, and to pursue a justice rooted in faith. Gonzaga, the oldest and largest Roman Catholic university in the Pacific Northwest, is an independent institution located in Spokane, Washington that educates and inspires nearly 8,000 students to shape a better world through critical thinking, creativity, leadership, service, and faith. Gonzaga’s educational philosophy is rooted in the centuries-old Jesuit model of educating the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. Gonzaga’s students discover how to integrate science and art, faith and reason, action and contemplation.

Since its founding in 1887, Gonzaga has grown into a comprehensive university situated on a stunning 150-acre campus overlooking the Spokane River. Students can enroll in a multitude of undergraduate or graduate programs. Enrollment for the 2017–18 academic year is 7,731 students, which includes 5,209 undergraduate, 1,697 graduate, 284 doctoral, 316 law, and 150 medical education students through a unique partnership with the University of Washington. Increasing the racial and ethnic diversity of its student body has been a priority for Gonzaga, and today approximately 25% of its undergraduates come from an ethnically underrepresented population.

The Position of Provost & Senior Vice President: During the past 25 years, Gonzaga University has matured from its original roots as a residential “liberal arts college” into one of the most dynamic, medium-sized comprehensive institutions in the United States. With a demonstrated commitment to exceptional learning and to the broad benefits of ethics-informed education at all levels – and as a consequence of its growth and institutional transformation – Gonzaga University now seeks its first Provost & Senior Vice President. The Provost & Senior Vice President will partner with the President and the other cabinet officers to provide visionary leadership to the institution as it enters a future characterized by faith, diversity, sustainability, community, and shared mission.

The Provost & Senior Vice President will provide leadership focused on further developing and amplifying an integrative model of Jesuit education, one that seeks to more powerfully unite the work of academics and the work of student development to provide a coherent student experience. The Provost & Senior Vice President serves as the institution’s chief academic officer and, in collaboration with the academic deans and senior staff, provides strategic direction, resource prioritization and policy formation for the university’s ten major academic divisions: The College of Arts and Sciences; The School of Business Administration; The School of Education; The School of Engineering and Applied Science; The School of Law; The Foley Center Library; The School of Nursing and Human Physiology; The School of Leadership Studies; The UW-Gonzaga Medical Education Partnership; and The Center for Global Engagement (and through it, the Gonzaga-in-Florence Program [Florence, Italy]). The Provost & Senior Vice President will work closely with, and directly supervise, the Vice President for Student Development and the numerous areas within this Division to ensure that the experience essential to the Gonzaga experience – one of creating a community- and values-based environment of responsibility, diversity, inclusion, and equity is supported and nurtured. Furthermore, the successful candidate will, together with the President and Deans, guide faculty, students, and academic administrators in living out the University’s strategic plan, which seeks to integrate a rigorous academic experience with a mission-based student experience, woven into the fabric of the vibrant learning community that distinguishes Gonzaga.

Gonzaga’s Commitment to Human Diversity: Diversity affirms our faith-inspired commitment to an inclusive community where human differences thrive within a campus community of equality, solidarity, and common human nature. We seek to nourish difference in an environment characterized by mutual respect and the sustainable creation of a campus climate that attracts and retains community members from diverse backgrounds. In this context, age, gender, ethnicity, disability, social class, religion, culture, sexual orientations, language and other human differences all contribute to the richness of our academic community life. These differences grace us individually as human being and collectively as a Jesuit, Catholic and humanistic university striving to fulfill our Mission. We aspire to create a university environment that is welcoming and accessible to all staff, faculty, students, and other members of the Gonzaga community regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, or sexual orientation.

Equal Opportunity: Applicants with disabilities needing reasonable accommodations to complete the application or hiring process should contact Human Resources at (509) 313-5996.

Gonzaga University is a committed EEO/AA employer and diversity candidates are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their disability status, veteran status, gender, race or other protected category.

Contact Information:

Additional information on the institution and position, including opportunities for leadership and qualifications, can be found in the position profile under Current Searches at http://apptrkr.com/1245406.

How to Apply: Nominations, applications, and inquiries may be sent in complete confidence. Full consideration will be given to all applications received by October 10. Application materials (to include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses of five references - who will not be contacted without permission) must be electronically submitted to:

Assisting Gonzaga University in this search are Jay Lemons ( jay@academic-search.com ), Ann Die Hasselmo ( Ann.Hasselmo@academic-search.com ), and Chris Butler ( Chris.Butler@academic-search.com ), consultants with Academic Search, Inc., Washington, D.C. Further information about Gonzaga University is available at https://www.gonzaga.edu/

Black and Indian Mission Office

The Black and Indian Mission Office comprises three distinct but inter-related organizations, whose mission is to fulfill the Church’s primary mission of evangelization. Founded by the United States Catholic bishops, each organization cooperates with local diocesan communities to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and respond to real and pressing needs on the ground. Grant monies from each of organization help to ‘shine the light of Christ’ in African American, Native American and Alaska Native communities by enlivening parish life and catechesis, helping educators reach students, empowering evangelizers and encouraging vocations.

Job Summary:

The Accountant maintains the daily financial records, processes the month and year end financial close and maintains the grant records. The Accountant is supervised by the Director of Operations and works on other projects with the Executive Director.

Essential Responsibilities:

The responsibilities of the Accountant are as follows:
• Assisting with the planning and execution of the financial statement audit.
• Assisting with the preparation of the annual budget.
• Preparing the monthly financial statements and reports.
• Preparing cash, investment and other account reconciliations monthly.
• Recording journal entries in the accounting system and monitoring cash flow needs.
• Preparing check requisitions, assigning account and program codes, verifying adequacy of budgets, circulating of the invoice voucher packages for approval and generating checks.
• Reviewing grant applications, preparing and maintaining grant schedules and processing grant checks and letters.
• Maintaining the fixed assets schedule including updating the schedule for capital expenditure, calculating depreciation and recording disposals.
• Recording donor receipts into Donor Perfect and reconciling the donations to validated bank deposits as well as to the accounting system uploads on a daily basis.
• Maintaining and updating the donor database in Donor Perfect and issuing acknowledgement letters to donors.
• Implementing policies and procedures with emphasis on internal controls.

Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills required:

• Undergraduate Accounting or Finance degree required
• 5+ years progressive accounting experience
• QuickBooks knowledge required
• Donor Perfect knowledge preferred
• Proficiency in Windows and Microsoft Office suite with good Excel skills
• Good analytical, organization and problem solving skills
• Ability to work well under short deadlines and handle multiple tasks at one time
• Self-starter with the ability to take initiative and direction

The Black and Indian Mission Office is conveniently located by the Foggy Bottom and Farragut - West Metro stops and free parking is provided in the BIMO parking lot.

Contact Information:

Please email your résumé and a cover letter explaining your personal interest, qualifications and salary requirements for the position to hr@blackandindianmission.org

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