St. Paul’s Catholic Newman Center (on the NDSU campus) in Fargo, ND is accepting applications for a FT Development Director. The Director of Development personally represents St. Paul’s Newman Center and ignites benefactors and potential benefactors to continually support our work. Ideal candidate needs to understand the value of campus ministry at a state university, and be effective in communicating that to the current and future benefactors. Immediately, they will be helping to finish a successful campaign, as well as build the next steps for the future needs of the development program. This position requires previous experience in fund development and the ability to work in an extremely fast, results driven environment. The successful candidate will work closely with the Director of the NDSU Newman Center, as well as current development staff. Immediate goals will be to close out a 21.5 million dollar campaign with a hopeful ground breaking the spring of 2019. The ideal candidate will work with current and future benefactors who have pledged anywhere $100,000 - $5,000,000 and continually focus on networking and growing the donor base. Extensive knowledge and experience with major and planned giving experience is a must. Ideal candidate should be familiar with Raiser’s Edge NXT software. Please click on this link to apply through our talent partner, Sagency. Apply immediately, position open until filled.
Please join St. Paul's Newman Center in our 4th annual fundraising banquet in Bismarck!
Thursday, October 4
Located at: University of Mary
Social beginning at 5:30 PM
Program from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
About Our Speaker: Raymond De Souza
Raymond de Souza, KM is Brazilian by birth, Catholic by grace and American citizen. He is the Delegate for International Missions for Human Life International (HLI) and regularly travels all over the world to represent HLI in mission activities to refute the Culture of Death and proclaim the Gospel of Life.
He is also the President of the Sacred Heart Institute in the United States; EWTN program Host; Knight of Magistral Grace of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and Coordinator of the Knights of the Sacred Heart Legion.
If you served at the NDSU Newman Center as a FOCUS missionary or a student leader, you are invited! This event will be hosted at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND on Friday, June 29th. Our Director, Father Cheney, as well as a FOCUS Executive will be addressing the group. Come socialize with drinks and appetizers! We hope to see you there.
Address: Lumen Vitae Center at the University of Mary
7500 University Dr
RSVP by June 25th
Please join St. Paul's Newman Center in our 4th annual fundraising banquet in the Twin Cities!
Wednesday, September 5th
Located at: Providence Academy in Plymouth, MN
Social beginning at 5:00 PM
Program from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
About Our Speaker: Archbishop Most Reverend Bernard A. Hebda
Most Reverend Bernard Hebda began is priestly journey at St. Paul Seminary in Pittsburgh and pursued the required studies in philosophy at Duquesne University before being sent to North American College in Rome in 1985. He was ordained a deacon on April 6, 1989 at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome by Archbishop John Quinn, and was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Donald W. Wuerl on July 1, 1989 in St. Paul Cathedral in Pittsburgh. In 1996, he was appointed to work in the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts in Rome, which is responsible for the interpretation of the Church’s laws, especially the Code of Canon Law. In 2003, St. John Paul II named him Undersecretary of the Council. While in Rome, he also served as an adjunct spiritual director at the North American College and as a confessor for the postulants of the Missionaries of Charity (founded by Blessed Mother Teresa) and for the Sisters of that community working at a home for unwed mothers. He was named Fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord on October 7, 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI. On March 24, 2016, Pope Francis named him Archbishop-Designate of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Archbishop Hebda’s Installation Mass took place on Friday, May 13, the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, at the Cathedral of Saint Paul.
Every Thursday night after Mass, join us for snacks, games and fellowship in the student lounge!
Where: St. Paul's Newman Center Student Lounge
When: Thursday Nights at 9:45 p.m.
See what's happening THIS Thursday - check out our CALENDAR
Volunteer at the Dorothy Day House helping in the food pantry and making a meal for the homeless! Meet at Newman for these events, which typically take place on the first WEDNESDAY of the month...see our CALENDAR for dates & times!
It's a fun and involved way to give back to the community!