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  • Director of Music and Liturgy

    Our Lady of the Cape Roman Catholic Parish, Brewster, MA seeking to hire a full-time Director of Music and Liturgy. Must be a trained and professional organist and pianist, have a solid knowledge of Catholic liturgy and theology. If interested in learning more about, or applying for this position, contact the pastor, Rev. William Kaliyadan, M.S. E-mail:

  • Director of Faith Formation

    Saint Mary Parish in Plymouth is looking for a Director of Faith Formation. This position is responsible for the planning, implementation, and administration of the Grades 1-10 Faith Formation program. Candidates must be practicing Catholic with a background in Faith Formation. Please email resume to

  • Director of Music

    Saint Barbara Parish, Woburn is seeking a Director of Music who plans, implements and evaluates music ministry in support of worship and other parish musical activities. Successful candidate must have relevant musical education and verifiable collaborative experience in a Roman Catholic parish based music ministry. Candidate needs to demonstrate administrative skills and competencies as organist, choir leader, cantor development and youth choir support. Music Director must be available for three weekend Masses, Holy Days of Obligation, funerals, weddings and all other liturgical services. Incumbent reports to the pastor and is part of the parish service team. For further information, position description or to submit resume: Saint Barbara Parish, 138 Cambridge Rd, Woburn MA 01801, 781-933-4130 or

  • Parish Music Director/Organist

    Saint Margaret of Antioch Parish in Burlington, MA is accepting applications for The position of Music Director/OrganiSaint This person will be responsible for coordinating and developing The parish's musical needs for all worship services, doing so in collaboration wiTh oThers involved in The parish's music ministry. Among The responsibilities involved, The Music Director is expected: to provide organ/piano for Sunday Masses (presently Saturdays @ 4:30 pm and Sundays at 10 am and 12 Noon), Holy Days of Obligation, funerals, weddings, and special liturgical services; lead The existing adult choir; and, serve as a member of The Parish Staff wiTh direct responsibility to The Pastor. The Music Director should hold at least a Bachelor's Degree in Music wiTh a minimum of five years' experience in a parish-based music program. A person wiTh effective interpersonal and communication skills, coupled wiTh knowledge of and capacity to provide a range of offerings in The Church's musical tradition, is preferred. For a complete listing of responsibilities and qualifications, or to submit a letter of interest, resume, and references, contact: Saint Margaret Parish, 111 Winn Street, Burlington, MA 01803. Tel: 781-272-3111; Fax: 781-272-9204;

  • Coordinator of Youth Ministry -- Saint Mary's, Dedham, MA

    Saint Mary of the Assumption Parish, Dedham, MA, a faith community of over 2,000 families just outside of the Boston area, is seeking a faithful and passionate Catholic who loves Jesus and His Church and wants to reach out to youth with His Gospel, for full-time employment as Life Teen Coordinator to lead our well established and vibrant Life Teen community. The successful candidate will be the one who strives to lead a life of personal holiness and expresses a heartfelt desire to lead teens closer to ChriSaint The position is responsible for overseeing the high school program with vision, including sacramental preparation for Confirmation.

    Qualifications include but are not limited to:
    -- Applicants should have at least a Bachelor's Degree in a related field and a minimum of three years experience in youth ministry and be open to working with teens in grades 9-12 and college students.
    -- Organization, management, and programming skills in such areas as religious education, spiritual development, social interaction, and Confirmation preparation.
    -- Good communication skills, including social media and computer knowledge.
    -- Must be willing to work nights and weekends.
    -- Previous experience with Ascension Press' Chosen Confirmation program is a plus.
    -- Previous experience in fundraising and leading funding initiatives is a plus.
    -- Experience with WordPress, Constant Contact, and running multiple social media platforms.
    -- Ability to empower, lead, and work with two adult eCore' team of volunteers who work directly with the teens and with the support network of parents and volunteers.
    -- Ability to work in collaboration with the Pastor, Parochial Vicar, and parish staff.

    Salary and benefits based on experience and education.

    Send resume, cover letter, and 2 letters of reference to:
    Fr. Wayne L. Belschner/LT Search Committee
    Saint Mary's Parish, 25 Avery Street, Dedham, MA 02026
    Phone: 781-326-0550
    Visit us on our website @ and

    For the National Life Teen website:
    We understand that a successful LifeTeen program is not solely dependent on the LifeTeen Coordinator, but rather it requires support from the entire parish. To those ends, we promise to the LifeTeen Coordinator we hire: a pastor who is committed to supporting the program in the parish, a vibrant LifeTeen Mass with contemporary worship music held on Sunday nights, a supportive Catholic community, and a tradition of LifeTeen in the parish for the past 19 years.

  • Director of Advancement, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, Boston

    Are you looking to place your communication, relationship-building, analytical and fundraising skills to great use in order to help a growing religious order expand the impact of its incredible mission?
    The Oblates of the Virgin Mary (OMV) seeks a Director of Advancement to strengthen all aspects of its outreach to current and prospective benefactors to further the Oblates' mission to encourage the growth of personal holiness.
    This is a new position and it will report to and work closely with Fr. Bill Brown in the execution and organization of the OMV's Capital Campaign, Annual Fund, Gala Dinner, Major Gifts Program, Honors and Memorial Programs, Planned Gifts, Grants and Special Events.

    The Oblates of the Virgin Mary are serious about seeking holiness. Centered on the Eucharist, devoted to Mary and faithful to the Magisterium, the Oblates serve the Church as experts in authentic spirituality and heralds of the mercy of God. OMV ministries include a broad spectrum of apostolic efforts, including retreats, spiritual direction, priestly formation, missionary work, lay groups, parishes, and evangelization through the media.
    Since our arrival in the United States in 1976, we have continued to attract new vocations, establish new foundations, and assist thousands per year in their spiritual growth. In addition to offering retreats across the globe, Oblates serve in retreat centers, parishes, seminaries, and shrines in the archdioceses of Boston, Los Angeles, and Denver, and in the diocese of Springfield, Illinois. Since 1990, the U.S. Province also sends community members to its mission in the Philippines.

    (1) Thank benefactors and invite continued support
    (A) Ensure all gifts are quickly processed and acknowledged
    (B) Personally reach out to new benefactors and establish strong relationships
    (C) Communicate gratitude always in initiating and strengthening connection with supporters
    (D) Offer yourself as a first contact for benefactor questions
    (E) Identify new opportunities for benefactors to support the important work of the Oblates

    (2) Organize and manage all Advancement activities
    (A) Improve or establish systems to ensure excellent results and communication.
    (B) Recruit and organize volunteers for events
    (C) Schedule and lead meetings to further each of the OMV's various fundraising programs (Capital Campaign, Annual Fund, Gala Dinner, Major Gifts Program, Honors and Memorial Programs, Planned Gifts, Grants and Special Events)

    (3) Communicate internally and externally
    (A) Ensure team members and board members are in the loop.
    (B) Collaborate with the Director of Communications on all newsletters, emails and other opportunities to thank benefactors and inspire deeper connection of support
    (C) Contribute to a culture of excellence, high energy, and continuous improvement that values teamwork and collaboration.
    (D) Prepare reports and presentations for the Advisory board, provincial, volunteer and team meetings.

    (4) Use technology effectively to strengthen Advancement operations
    (A) Analyze contribution data in the Abila database to monitor progress against goals and to prioritize tasks for all those involved in Advancement-related activities.
    (B) Use technology to segment and personalize benefactor appeals and solicitations.
    (C) Make all communication attractive, visually-appealing, creative and, if images are involved, beautiful.
    (D) Learn continually how to make more impactful use of the Abila database and of Microsoft Office programs to communicate key information in ways that are impactful and easy to understand.

    We are looking for a proactive, humble and results-oriented individual with the following attributes:
    (1) Joyful Relationship-Builder -- Enjoy engaging with benefactors, prospects, volunteers, teammates and visitors throughout the day.
    (2) Self-Motivated -- Driven to successfully and excellently execute fundraising initiatives and to maximize positive impact on the team. Willing to ggo the extra mileh in all that you do. Initiates most activity and has strong follow-through skills.
    (3) Adaptive -- Ability to be agile and adjust to ever changing priorities and conditions.
    (4) Technologically proficient -- Loves to utilize technical tools to their fullest extent to improve efficiency and results. Enjoys the process of learning technology.
    (5) Committed -- Deeply passionate about the mission of the OMVs to inspire people to grow in personal holiness through retreats, spiritual direction, priestly formation, missionary work, lay groups, parishes, and evangelization through the media.
    (6) Humble -- Aware of personal gifts from God as well as strengths and weaknesses. Continuously looking for ways to improve, seek out best practices, and add value to the OMVs and those whom we serve. Eager to monitor personal key metrics in order to identify best practices and sustain high performance standards. High emotional intelligence.
    (7) Aware -- Our work relies on developing healthy, constructive relationships with fellow team members, volunteers and benefactors. True awareness of self and others allows us to nurture these relationships and work together to harmoniously achieve our mission.
    (8) Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Initiates communication to keep everyone in the loop. A great listener.
    (9) Ability to multi-task and be detail oriented.
    (10) A Bachelor's degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Business, Theology, Philosophy or related field.
    (11) Experience in advancement, event planning, and volunteer management a strong plus.
    (12) Excellent project management skills, gift processing experience (especially with Abila FR50) and database analytics preferred.

    (1) Competitive salary (commensurate with experience)
    (2) Medical benefits
    (3) Culture of committed professionals with a willingness to roll up their sleeves to get the job done.
    (4) Chapel/Church on premises with Mass offered daily.
    (5) Collaborative environment in which your gifts and talents are able to make a large impact.

    Please email the following materials to
    (1) Cover letter that expresses your interest in working to advance the mission of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and that details your qualifications to be the Director of Advancement.
    (2) Current resume with all appropriate dates included.

    More information at:

  • Theological Institute at Saint John's Seminary
    MTS Administrative Assistant and Special Projects Coordinator

    The Theological Institute at Saint John's Seminary is in Braintree, MA and provides students with whole-person formation for the mission of ChriSaint The Institute serves the laity, deacons, and professed religious.
    Saint John's Seminary seeks to fill the full-time position of Administrative Assistant for the Master of Theological Studies Program and Special Projects Coordinator. The Administrative Assistant assists the MTS Director in the general preparation of all MTS activities as well as meeting the educational needs of the students. In addition, this person also coordinates special projects for the Theological Institute, assisting the Vice President of Administration.
    Duties related to the MTS Program include, but are not limited to: responding to student correspondence; arranging for advertising and promotion of the program; coordinating student applications; assisting the Director with student interviews; maintaining all records of the program; assisting with organizing formation evenings; identifying and forwarding updated website information to the webmaster; proctoring Final Exams and Comprehensive Exams; assisting with the technological aspects of the Institute. This position requires monthly Monday evening work and a weekly presence on Tuesday and Thursday evenings when classes are in session.
    For special projects, the Administrative Assistant updates Institute Social Media, contributes to event planning, publications and mailings, fundraising efforts, and other projects as assigned by the Vice President for Administration.
    A qualified candidate for this position will have at least a Bachelor's Degree (ideally in Education or Theology); be a practicing Catholic with a clear grasp of the mission of the Church and Seminary; have extensive experience with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; good writing and communication skills; experience with fundraising; be able to maintain strict confidentiality; exercise discretion and sensitivity in dealing with students and faculty; and be organized and able to multitask.
    Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to: Rev. Christopher O'Connor, Theological Institute President, Saint John's Seminary, 127 Lake Street, Brighton, MA 02135.

  • Director of Youth Faith Formation

    The Lynnfield Catholic Collaborative, comprised of Saint Maria Goretti and Our Lady of the Assumption parishes in Lynnfield, MA, is looking for a full-time Director of Youth Faith Formation. This position is responsible for the administration of the Grades 7-12 Faith Formation program, Confirmation, and some youth ministry events. Weekend and evening hours are required. The successful candidate must be a practicing Catholic with strong communication and computer skills, possess a MAM Certification or similar certification, hold a BA/BS degree in a related field with an MA in Theology preferred, and have a background in scripture, Catholic theology, catechesis, and methodology.
    Please visit for a complete job description. Resumes and cover letters may be sent to Donna Delahanty, Director of Parish Ministries, at

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