Newman Society Announces for Job-Seekers in Catholic Education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. December 21, 2017
Contact: Patrick Novecosky,, (703) 367-0333 x 102

MANASSAS, Virginia—Today, The Cardinal Newman Society announces the public release of, a new website to help Catholics dedicated to their faith and the mission of Catholic education find jobs at faithful Catholic schools and colleges.

“For years, we’ve heard from Newman Society members and others across the country who are looking to work in Catholic education,” said Newman Society President Patrick Reilly. “We are eager to connect devoted Catholics to some of America’s most faithful Catholic schools and colleges through”

“We ask Catholics to help us spread the word about this new resource to family and friends,” Reilly continued. “Job-seekers should check back often, as the site features listings that vary from professors to admissions staff to coaches.”

Hiring qualified candidates who are mission-fit is one of the most crucial aspects of maintaining and strengthening Catholic identity at Catholic institutions. Pope St. John Paul II stated in Ex corde Ecclesiae that an institution’s Catholic identity “is essentially linked to the quality of its teachers and to respect for Catholic doctrine.”

The Vatican has consistently recognized that all teachers have an essential role in Catholic education and must serve as witnesses to the faith in both word and deed.

At, job-seekers can view employment opportunities at colleges and universities recommended in the Newman Society’s Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College and at Catholic high schools named to the Catholic Education Honor Roll. Job-seekers can also sign-up to receive email updates from

Patrick Reilly, president of The Cardinal Newman Society, and Kelly Salomon, editor of The Newman Guide, are available for interviews upon request. 

Contact Patrick Novecosky,, (703) 367-0333 x 102.

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