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Jobs   Posted on  Jun. 17, 2019  by  Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, New York

Pastoral Associate for Young Adult and Family Faith Formation and Social Justice

The Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, New York, has an opening for a full-time Pastoral Associate. This position organizes and directs the parish's faith formation programs for young adults and families & supports the parish's social justice programs.

Jobs   Posted on  Jun. 14, 2019  by  Boston College

Campus Minister (International Immersion)

Boston College is seeking a Campus Minister to manage its Arrupe International Immersion Program.

Jobs   Posted on  Jun. 12, 2019  by  The Southdown Institute

Clinical Psychologist Position

The Southdown Institute is an accredited 22-bed residential treatment centre dedicated to serving an adult population of clergy and vowed religious. We are looking for a full-time Clinical Psychologist to join our team.

Jobs   Posted on  Jun. 12, 2019  by  Pax Christi USA

Pax Christi USA is Seeking an Executive Director

Pax Christi USA is seeking a Washington, D.C.-based Executive Director to coordinate and grow the grassroots movement. The Director will provide leadership to advance the impact of this movement. Apply now:

Jobs   Posted on  May. 10, 2019  by  School Sisters of Notre Dame

Associate Director of Ministry Services

The department of Ministry Services of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, has an opening for a full time Associate Director. Ministry Services provides support and education for individuals serving with the School Sisters of Notre Dame within the Atlantic Midwest Province.

Jobs   Posted on  May. 6, 2019  by  Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School

Director of Campus Ministry

Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin is a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory school sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame. Like Mary, who gave Christ to the world, NDCL educates leaders who transform the world, as Jesus did, by living the truth in love.

Books   Posted on  May. 3, 2019  by  Denise Anderson

The Alabaster Jar

Denise Anderson’s new book is a deeply moving and authentic love and worship as well as an ode to the divine mysteries. Through her insightful and contemplative writing, she brings the reader into prayerful awareness of spiritual truths.

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 26, 2019  by  Marian University

Dean of the Byrum School of Business

Marian University – Indianapolis invites inquiries, nominations and applications for its next Dean of the Byrum School of Business and is expected to take office by July 1, 2019. As a Catholic, comprehensive, regional institution of higher education founded in 1937, the University is dedicated to excellent teaching and learning in the Franciscan and liberal arts traditions and offers a multitude of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in liberal arts, sciences, business, education, medicine and nursing.

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 15, 2019  by  Leadership Roundtable

Director of Services and Programs

Do you feel called to utilize your gifts in management and leadership inservice of the Church? Do you have senior management experience working in a Catholic Institution or with senior diocesan leaders? Leadership Roundtable is hiring a Director of Services and Programs to partner with senior Catholic leaders in the areas of management and leadership development.

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 1, 2019  by  St. Norbert's College

Vice President for Business and Finance

St. Norbert College seeks a visionary, strategic, and entrepreneurial leader to serve as the Vice President for Business and Finance (VPBF). Reporting to the President, the VPBF is the chief financial officer at this healthy, financially stable, and future-oriented institution.

Retreat Houses   Posted on  Feb. 27, 2019  by  St. Benedict's Monastery

St. Benedict’s Monastery

An invitation to “Come and See” From Monday, July 22, to Friday, July 26, 2019, St. Benedict’s is offering the opportunity to share in the unique experience of monastic life in the silence and solitude of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The week is specifically oriented towards young Roman Catholic men (ages 20-45) who are seriously discerning a vocation to the monastic life.

Retreat Houses   Posted on  Feb. 21, 2019  by  Christ the King Retreat House

Christ the King Retreat House

Offering private, directed and preached silent retreats in a peaceful, contemplative setting for clergy, religious and laypersons of all denominations.

Books   Posted on  Feb. 1, 2019  by  Morgan Zo-Callahan

Intimate Meanderings

Twenty-six contributors offer interviews, reflections, stories, poetry on meditation, religion, community involvement, hospice, eulogies, human journeys, living and dying well...piquing spiritual and literary curiosity in interested readers.

Jobs   Posted on  Jan. 24, 2019  by  Lewis University

University Chaplain

Lewis University seeks a University Chaplain, a full-time member of the University Ministry team. The chaplain will prepare and preside at liturgies; implement a pilgrimage program; and collaborate on a retreat team.

Travel   Posted on  Jan. 14, 2019  by  Parable Travel

2020 HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE [May 10-20, 2020]

Bethlehem + conversation with Palestinian Catholic Mayor; Jericho, Tabor, Capernaum, Cana, Nazareth, 3-days at kibbutz hotel on shore of Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, Qumran, Masada, Dead Sea, conversation with Patriarch of Holy Land, and more. Space limited. Register today.

Jobs   Posted on  Jan. 7, 2019  by  St. Monica Church

Pastoral Associate – Parish Life

A diverse Catholic Parish in the Yorkville Section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side is looking to fill its Position of Pastoral Associate – Parish Life in the Spring of 2019

Jobs   Posted on  Jan. 1, 2019  by  University of Dayton

Father Ferree Chair of Social Justice

The University of Dayton seeks an outstanding educator and scholar in the Catholic social tradition to serve as the Fr. Ferree Chair of Social Justice.

Merchandise   Posted on  Dec. 18, 2018  by  America Media

2019 America Magazine Calendar

Our full-color yearlong calendar includes key dates in the life of America Media, Jesuit and other saints’ feast days, as well as national holidays and celebrations. You'll also find stunning images drawn from the pages of America and the life of the church.

Retreat Houses   Posted on  Dec. 17, 2018  by  Loyola on the Potomac

Loyola on the Potomac, A Jesuit Retreat House

Loyola on the Potomac is located on 235 beautiful acres overlooking the Potomac River in Historic Southern Maryland.

Merchandise   Posted on  Dec. 17, 2018  by  Contemplative Rebellion

“Better Angels of Our Nature” Earrings

Here's to the desire to do the right thing even when the right choice is a higher climb, an unfamiliar path, or simply doesn't come as naturally. We have the help of the heavens if we ask for it, and the strength to persevere even when it seems all hope is lost. Stay strong.

Books   Posted on  Dec. 13, 2018  by  David Godine

The Winter Father

The Winter Father is the second volume in a three-volume reissue of the collected short stories and novellas of Andre Dubus and features an introduction by Pulitzer Prize-winner Richard Russo.

Merchandise   Posted on  Dec. 12, 2018  by  America Media

JesuitSwag (

Get your JesuitSwag in time for Christmas!

Merchandise   Posted on  Dec. 5, 2018  by  Meljo's Artifacts

Catholic Spiritual Gift Cards and Laminated Prayer Cards

Truly Unique Catholic Spiritual Gift Cards and Laminated Prayer Cards: Visit our website to view the cards and place your order!:

Jobs   Posted on  Dec. 5, 2018  by  St. Norbert College

Dean of the Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics

The St. Norbert College Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics (SSBE) seeks candidates with a record of distinguished academic and administrative accomplishment to serve as the next dean of this young school and to guide the next phase of its growth and development.

Books   Posted on  Nov. 30, 2018  by  Center for Life Transitions

Transpirations: Guidance for the Head & Heart through Career and Beyond

TRANSPIRATIONS: Guidance for the Head & Heart through Career and Beyond Available on Amazon

Books   Posted on  Nov. 19, 2018  by  Sisters of the Order of St. Dominic

Heart to Heart Parables

This book is about how Heart to Heart Parables gracefully invite you to smile, reflect and believe that in the ordinary, we can re-discover extra-ordinary ways ways of being signs of joy, hope and peace to and for one another. Each Parable shares an encounter of daily life that gently calls forth a spirit of giving, respecting and loving one another. Perhaps after reading and reflecting on these “surprising” parables … you will write your own … and celebrate the best place a parable is born … in the heart. Available through Amazon or by contacting Sr. Ave Clark Price: $10.00 plus $2.75 shipping.

Travel   Posted on  Oct. 31, 2018  by  Paulist Pilgrimage

Paulist Pilgrimage

Paulist Pilgrimage to Greece and Islands with Frs. Thomas Kane and Rich Andre, May 21- June 1 , 2019. For itinerary and registration: Questions? Rev. Thomas Kane: [email protected] ; 617-792-7360

Retreat Houses   Posted on  Oct. 25, 2018  by  St. Mary's, Redemptorist Center for Spirituality

St. Mary’s, Redemptorist Center for Spirituality

St Mary’s is an international, multi-cultural, ecumenical place that offers its visitors the opportunity for relaxation, renewal and rest. Situated in its own extensive grounds, overlooking the historic city of Perth, Scotland, we offer a full programme of Sabbatical Courses and retreats. Accommodation is in comfortable but simple en-suite rooms.

Retreats   Posted on  Oct. 13, 2018  by  St. Ignatius Parish, San Francisco

Upcoming Ignatian Women’s Retreat: Finding My Inner Compass

Julie Dowd, Director of University Ministry, will guide retreatants utilizing Margaret Silf's book, Inner Compass, to reflect on how to engage our deepest spiritual core, the wellspring of our identity and worth, so that we might discover in new ways who we are and how God sees us.

Books   Posted on  Oct. 12, 2018  by  Nina Butorac

Sacramental Letters

SACRAMENTAL LETTERS explores the sacramental themes that underlie some of our more profound modern literature. From a uniquely Catholic perspective, the author offers new and challenging insights into the works of Albert Camus, Flannery O'Connor, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Thomas Merton, Graham Greene, Annie Dillard, and Richard Rodriguez. Readers will explore the themes of sin, guilt, redemption, grace, suffering, and sanctity, as they are revealed through the sacraments of the Church and in the creative craft of each writer.