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The Diocesan Priest is responsible for providing spiritual guidance and supporting residents, families and staff, particularly in times of illness, injury and/or an emergency.
Performs religious services, leads prayer, and promotes a spirit of healing through compassionate and non-judgmental listening, reflection, empathy, and support. Assists with grief counseling, end-of-life issues, and difficult ethical decisions.
Appointed by local diocese.
Work under direction of the diocese.
Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within spiritual care.
Demonstrates theological understanding of and respect towards all faith expressions.
Master’s degree in Theology, pastoral studies, or related.
CPE (clinical pastoral education), four (4) units or enrollment in program with completion date of four (4) units no later than one (1) year from date of hire.
A certain degree of creativity and latitude.
Minimum of one (1) year of pastoral care experience in health care.