Friday, April 04, 2014

Wyoming Catholic College Seeks Full-Time Chaplain

Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, Wyoming, seeks a full-time chaplain to care for souls at our growing institution. We are a faithfully Catholic college that combines a classical Great Books liberal arts education with an innovative outdoor leadership program. The College places at the center of its campus life the reverent and beautiful celebration of the liturgy in both forms of the Roman Rite. In keeping with the teaching and example of recent popes, liturgies and devotions are celebrated in a manner that stresses continuity with Tradition, with treasures such as Latin and Gregorian chant widely employed.

The chaplain’s duties include offering Mass in both Forms of the Roman Rite, hearing confessions, conducting spiritual direction, presiding at Benediction, organizing and leading processions, and promoting other devotions in keeping with the liturgical year. To serve this community well, he should be energetic in working with young people and ready to preach in a way pertinent to students’ needs. Interest in outdoor adventures (hiking, camping, climbing, kayaking, canyoneering, skiing, etc.) is a definite plus, but not absolutely required.

The chaplaincy is intended to run throughout the year, with a lighter summer schedule. The College employs two chaplains in order to allow one or the other to go on outdoor trips or personal trips as well as to have appropriate time off. The incoming chaplain would join our current chaplain.

If interested, or to ask any questions you may have, please contact Dr. Kevin Roberts, President. For more information on the College itself, please visit the website.

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