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Summit reflection video on the 3rd Sunday of Easter with Rachel Penate
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Each summer, Life Teen hosts six different Steubenville Youth Conferences (East, West, Atlanta, NYC, Lone Star, and NorCal) with the hopes of strengthening and inspiring teens and youth groups in their collective journeys to Christ. Registration is now open, don't miss out on this life-changing experience!
The Catholic Youth Ministry Convention provides a beautiful mix of practical, comprehensive training and spiritual renewal. Daily Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, Reconciliation, praise and worship, and other times of prayer are staples of CYMC and by the end, youth leaders will leave knowing they are not alone, but a part of a greater community that is ready to help and support them. Registration is now open!
God wants to transform your heart every day, but He especially wants to transform it when you encounter Him at Mass.
Let Ascend help prepare your heart to encounter Christ in the readings at Mass.
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College Life is a simple online series-based solution to the problem of keeping students connected to their Catholic faith in college.
Job Type: Full-Time Position
Location: Cleveland, OH
MissionCorps Members carry out of the heart of our work by directly serving the moms and babies in our homes as the full-time live-in missionary staff in the homes.
MissionCorps Members are expected to embrace and uphold the mission and core values of the community. They should be in suitable physical, mental, and emotional health, and be able to lift and carry at least 30lbs, hold babies, respond to emergencies in the home, and operate a vehicle. They must be at least 21 years old with a college degree or equivalent life experience. Duties include:
Living in community with pregnant women, new moms, newborns, and other MissionCorps Members for one full year.
Participating in community functions, including celebrations, house retreats, and weekly house meetings.
Providing daytime and overnight house coverage by answering the phone, welcoming visitors, offering tours, receiving donations, and responding to the duty of the moment.
Providing one-on-one support and accountability to 1-2 moms at a time as a contact person.
Transporting moms and babies to and from Maggie’s Place events, classes, workshops, appointments, or job interviews when needed.
Assuming one of the following administrative roles to keep the homes running smoothly: House Manager, Volunteer Coordinator, Donations Coordinator, Programs Coordinator, or House Operations Coordinator.
Professional development opportunities and faith formation are provided regularly throughout the year-long commitment. Other benefits include: $550 monthly stipend, free room/board, health insurance, 24 vacation days, an annual community retreat, access to community vehicles, and more.
Maggie’s Place provides homes of hospitality and ongoing support for homeless pregnant women in Phoenix, AZ and Cleveland, OH. Our homes were created in the spirit of the Catholic Worker tradition of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin. Following Catholic social teaching, we recognize that we are responsible to and for one another. This foundation is at the core of implementing our mission and running our homes.
Moms may come to Maggie’s Place at any point in their pregnancy and stay 6-9 months after the baby is born. We provide for the immediate physical and emotional needs of our moms including shelter, food, and a supportive community. We also connect the moms to other resources and agencies and provide family coaching and counseling, among other things. Moms may continue receiving support after moving out through our Alumnae Outreach Center.
Applications are currently being accepted for August 2017 or January 2018 start dates. To apply, contact Lucy Miller, MissionCorps Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-559-4794.
Applicants must submit a completed application (found online at http://www.maggiesplace.org/get-involved/missioncorps/missioncorps-application/), resume, and two letters of recommendation.