Custodian, The Door Is Open (Full-Time)

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The Door Is Open (DIO) of the Archdiocese of Vancouver is looking for a full-time custodian. Under the direction of the Co-Managers of DIO, 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... Read More

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Whitehorse

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Wildfires Relief for Whitehorse Diocese

In the News

  • 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

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Administrative Assistant to the Archbishop’s Delegate for Development and Ministries (Full-Time)

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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver is seeking a full-time administrative assistant to support the Archbishop’s Delegate for Development and Ministries (Delegate). This position requires experience in administrative support; the desire to add professional value to the evangelizing mission of the Church; the ability to excel in special projects and manage multiple priorities and deadlines; work collaboratively with other teams and leaders; while also assisting the Delegate with... Read More

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Donate to Vocations

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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!
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Donate to Refugee Sponsorship & Resettlement

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Your support is greatly appreciated!