The Catholic Charities Men’s Hostel is looking for on-call, part-time, and full-time Guest Attendants and Custodians to support the Men’s Hostel. The Hostel is searching for staff who have a flexible schedule and can work shifts during the day (Janitorial shift) or evenings and/or overnight shifts (Guest Attendants). Under the direction of the Director of Shelter Services and the Shift Leaders, the Attendants are responsible for the immediate care and needs of the guests, while the... Read More
The Controller is a senior member of the finance team and is responsible for all areas relating to general accounting & financial reporting, participates in safeguarding of Archdiocesan assets and is accountable for payroll administration. This function also provides support to the Director of Finance, the Archdiocesan Curia, and provides information and support to parishes and schools.
This position is also responsible for developing and maintaining accounting policies, practices and... Read More
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver is looking for volunteers who would like to offer their skills and talents caring for the poor and homeless. There are many opportunities in the Men’s Hostel and The Door is Open. Both locations offer great opportunities to assist the community while volunteering in a faith-based environment.
Working collaboratively with staff, volunteers will be:
The Door Is Open (DIO) of the Archdiocese of Vancouver is looking for a part-time custodian. Under the direction of the Co-Managers, the Custodian is responsible for providing the patrons, staff and volunteers with a safe, clean, and comfortable working and resting environment. This role is an essential part of the team of employees and volunteers that work together for the fulfillment of the mission of DIO: to lessen the social alienation of the poor, the homeless, and the single room... Read More
Whitehorse cathedral donating collection to fire victims (Aug. 23, 2018) | By the time the B.C. government announced a province-wide state of emergency Aug. 15, the entire town of Telegraph Creek had been evacuated and residents were reeling after the losses of their homes and of St. Theresa’s mission church and rectory.Read More
There are many ways to support vocations in the Archdiocese. To offer prayers to the seminarians, to grow a culture of vocations in your family and parish, and to donate to the Vocations Fund. Thank you for your generosity!