This post is VOCAL's take on the Year of Faith in the Archdiocese of Portland under our new Archbishop. For decades the "Years of Alinsky" have driven this Archdiocese. Priests that have lost their way had been leading us and some still do.
Laity has the task of asking questions of those that are paid by our collection plate monies regarding the errors that they encounter. No longer can we just "wait and see". As in the secular world around us, we can see how that attitude has served the people. Souls are most important.
For the time is, that judgment should begin at the house of God. And if first at us, what shall be the end of them that believe not the gospel of God? I Peter 4:17 Douay-Rheims Bible
Law, FT Employee
Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon (Portland, OR)
The Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon is
looking for an experienced Tribunal Director with a thorough knowledge
of the principles and practices of Canon Law. Applicants must be
familiar with Church documents related to canon law, Tribunal procedures
in first and second instance, and be able to conduct
theological/pastoral analysis as well as prepare and present accurate
and concise reports and recommendations.
Candidates must have a
licentiate (JCL) in Canon Law. Minimum 2-4 years’ experience in similar
position, including supervisory responsibilities, or any equivalent
combination of education and experience which demonstrates the
knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the above described
essential functions. Practicing Catholic with a valid driver’s license
required. Bilingual in Spanish preferred.
Religious and clergy interested in applying must have the consent of
their diocese or superior prior to submitting their application. Pay
range is $62K to 72K DOE. Interested applicants should send a cover
letter and resume or curriculum vitae to email@example.com detailing how their education and work experience makes them the ideal candidate.
From the Archdiocese Website:
The ministry of the Tribunal
is varied. We work with those preparing to marry, as well as those seeking
healing and release from a marriage that did not prove to be lasting, in
which a partnership did not take place as the Church understands it. We
provide research on a number of issues within Church law, and we provide
education and support to priests, parish ministers, and other members of
our wider Church community.