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Posted 5/31/2013

Job Title:

Catechetical Ministry Coordinator - Vicariate II and Elementary and Family Catechesis


Office of Catechesis and Youth Ministry


Cardinal Meyer Center
3525 S. Lake Park Ave.
Chicago, IL 60653-1402


Full time


Assists the Director of OFYM in the general and overall management of the vicariate and may be delegated by the Director to function for the Director in specific circumstances. Actively assists parish catechetical leadership in assessment and evaluation of parish catechesis. Directs catechetical leaders in pursuit of professional development leading to Archdiocesan approval and certification. Promotes inclusion and participation of people of various cultures and languages in all programs and events. Aids parish catechetical leadership in providing models, resources and training for elementary and family catechesis. Monitors the implementation of Archdiocesan policies and procedures.


Master's Degree in Religious Education, related field or equivilant. Three years experience in catechetical leadership, or elementary and family catechesis. Excellent verbal communication writing and editing skills, teaching and group facilitation skills. Significant organizational, administrative, planning, publications and marketing skills. Excellent computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite. Must be a practicing Catholic and an actie member of a Parish Community. Experience leading elementary and family catechesis formation programs on a diocesan level preferred. Familiarity with Spanish, Polish or Asian languages preferred.

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