Archdiocese of St. Louis
Director of the Respect Life, Family and Social Responsibility Group

Position Summary

The Director of the Office Respect Life, Family and Social Responsibility supports the mission of the Archdiocese of St. Louis and the mission of the Department of Evangelization and Parish Ministry Support in fulfilling the four-fold mission – to educate, to advocate, and to provide pastoral and spiritual programs that protect and respect the family and all human life from conception to natural death. The Director collaborates with parishes, apostolates and agencies in their mission to share the person of Jesus Christ, the Gospel message and the Catholic faith with the people within the Archdiocese of St. Louis. This person is responsible for setting the direction and leading the staff of the Office of the Respect Life, Family and Social Responsibility group which includes a Respect Life Program Manager, a Family Life Program Manager, Marriage Ministry Coordinator, Marriage Prep Hospitality Facilitator, Social Responsibility Program Manager, along with administrative support staff.

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Executive Director,
National Catholic Partnership on Disability (NCPD)

The National Catholic Partnership on Disability (NCPD) is seeking an Executive Director (ED) for this mission-driven organization promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities into their church community. The role of the Executive Director is to bring innovative, servant leadership and strong financial management to continue the mission, growth and increased reach of programs, resources, and services provided by NCPD.

NCPD plays a key leadership role within the U.S. Catholic Church promoting and ensuring the meaningful participation of the 14 million U.S. Catholics with disabilities in their life of faith. The NCPD Executive Director works closely with the Catholic Disability Foundation (CDF), an entity that serves as the fundraising arm for NCPD.

The ED reports to the NCPD Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission, strategic objectives, annual operating plan, fundraising and financial objectives. There are currently four paid staff and 50 volunteers that support the organization. The office is currently located in the Washington DC area, but NCPD will consider candidates who will work remotely with periodic visits to the DC office.

The ideal candidate will be a practicing Roman Catholic in communion with the Church who understands the ED position as a ministry at the service of the Church’s evangelizing mission; committed to the moral and doctrinal teachings of the Catholic faith. A bachelor’s degree is required as well as seven years of nonprofit leadership and/or management with a knowledge of a wide spectrum of disabilities.

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For confidential consideration, please email your resume and cover letter to:

Evelyn Savage


Diocese of Sacramento
Coordinator for Respect Life Ministries

Employment Type – Part Time

This position is responsible for implementing the Bishop’s 4-fold vision for Respect Life Ministries in the Diocese of Sacramento by offering a variety of educational programs, events, services and resources designed to promote better understanding of an authentic Catholic vision for Respect Life and practical engagement in the community.

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Diocese of Sacramento
Associate Director for Family & Pastoral Ministries

Employment Type – Full Time

This position oversees all aspects of marriage & family life, respect life, and pastoral ministries and is responsible for implementing and further developing the Bishop’s strategic plan in these areas. This is to be achieved through offering a variety of educational programs, events, services and resources to build up an authentic, Catholic vision for Family and Pastoral Ministries.

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