ASTON, Pa. – Neumann University, the Catholic college 25 miles southwest of Philadelphia deeply rooted in the Franciscan tradition, is seeking a chaplain for its community of 2,700 students.
This full-time position will assume responsibility for all aspects of sacramental life of the university, with duties that range from delivering homilies, providing pastoral counseling and presiding at Sunday and daily Masses, to collaborating with the staff in the Division of Mission and Ministry in the planning of programs, retreats and days of reflection, promoting the spiritual and social justice teachings of the Church, and helping in the training and formation of student leaders and ministers in mission and ministry.
Qualified candidates should be ordained friars who can relate pastorally to university students, possess strong preaching skills, and have previous experience in campus ministry or other ministries with college students. Interested applicants should send resumes to Neumann’s vice president for human resources David Brownlee.
Founded in 1965, Neumann is a private university that emphasizes respect for individuals, social responsibility and concern for the environment, according to its website. Neumann’s president, Chris Domes, is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University.
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“Ministry Opportunities in Maryland, New Jersey” — March 13, 2019, HNP Today