“to energize and organize students to work for social justice”
It’s amazing how many Catholic universities have embraced progressive campus policies.
Campus Reform reports:
University seeks coordinator for social justice ‘pilgrimages’
Lewis University is seeking a new University Minister to “encourage students to live and understand social justice from a Catholic perspective.”
The new “University Minister, Coordinator of Social Justice Formation” will be tasked with responsibilities such as leading “pilgrimages to locations significant to the movement for social justice” and organizing the school’s annual social justice retreat.
The minister will also “collect data on students involved in social justice education,” “serve on a Diocesan Committee related to social justice,” and draft a “social justice education plan” for the school’s efforts relating to social justice for the next few years, according to the job listing.
Minimum qualifications for the role include the ability “to energize and organize students to work for social justice” and “to design programs in such a way so as to develop students’ Christian faith.”
Successful applicants will also have Bachelor’s degree in a field related to pastoral ministry, such as religious education or divinity, although a Master’s Degree is preferred.
The job posting further declares that Lewis University is a safe space for students that is institutionally committed to diversity.
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