How do you get involved? If you would like more information, contact:
Co-chairs of the Yankelovich Endowed Fellowship Committee
Dr. Anne-Clair Fisher
Associate Professor, Education
Parish interns are involved in various types of ministries. As an intern you might help the parish organize and implement a service project; you might teach in a religious education program, or you could be an advocate within a church for various issues related to social justice. Interns in the past have also worked with children’s ministries, youth groups and helped with liturgical planning and leadership. The options are numerous.
The internships are based broadly within the tradition of the seven principles of Catholic Social Teaching:
Interns serve in parishes as a method of making these guidelines of Christian living a reality. In planning service, advocacy and education projects with the parish, interns and parish members are challenged to make deep connections between these social teachings and parish life.
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