Director of Ministerial Formation (School of Theology and Seminary at Saint John’s University; St. Joseph, MN)

Position Summary
The graduate School of Theology and Seminary (SOT/Sem) at Saint John’s University invites applications for the full-time, benefit eligible position of Director of Ministerial Formation.

The Director is responsible for curriculum administration, oversight and development of the ministerial formation and field education program of the School of Theology and Seminary. The formative curriculum involves an array of specific activities (e.g. practicums, supervised ministry, theological reflection groups, spiritual companioning groups, assessing ministerial readiness, developing intercultural competencies, portfolios) in relationship to the USCCB’s outline of human, pastoral, intellectual and spiritual formation for ordination and lay candidates for ministry. The Director also teaches courses in pastoral theology and collaborates with faculty and administrators in the School of Theology, including the director of admissions, priestly formation, the diocesan deaconate formation program, and the faculty for liturgical music.

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