ROCKFORD, Ill. — Boylan Catholic High School announces the establishment of the Pope Saint John Paul II Campus Ministry Program. The cornerstone of the program, which was endowed by the Dr. Errol and Rosemary Baptist Family, is the creation of a campus minster position.
Working in collaboration with Boylan’s spiritual director and theology department, the campus minister will help foster a faith community that responds to the diverse spiritual needs of Boylan’s students, faculty, and staff.
“The halls of Boylan are filled with men and women living as examples of Christ, but by having a staff member fully devoted to nurturing the spiritual lives of our community we can strengthen our Catholic identify and inspire our students to deepen their faith,” said Boylan President Amy Ott. “Not only will our campus minister accompany students on their faith journey at Boylan, they will encourage active faith engagement well beyond their four years here.”
The campus minister will oversee Boylan’s retreat offerings, Christian Service program, and annual March for Life pilgrimage, as well as collaborate with the youth ministry programs of the local Catholic parishes.
The campus minister will report to the school principal. Boylan is currently accepting applications. Those interested in applying for the position can find more information on the employment page of our website.