Executive Director Search

LAY APOSTOLATE WITH INTERNATIONAL REACH SEEKS LEADER WITH A DESIRE TO BUILD LEGACY 

The Men of St. Joseph, a Private Lay Association of the Faithful with international reach, is looking for an Executive Director to lead its organization. The candidate should feel a strong calling to leave a legacy of eternal implications for Catholic men and their families. Read more.

Who are the Men of St. Joseph?

We are the Men of St. Joseph, a group of Catholic guys dedicated to being the spiritual leaders of our families while becoming the best versions of ourselves.

Sure, it's a struggle to balance being a father, bread winner, businessman, coach, friend, husband and spiritual leader of your family. The Men of St. Joseph understand that with each other's support and shared accountability it becomes a little easier. Most importantly, we know that if we surrender our day-to-day problems to God we will be better fathers, husbands and friends. Through Christ, we will be better men.

We welcome you to join us on this journey. Come on, give it a shot.


How to Get Involved

Click here to find a chapter or parish group near you. We are still growing, so if there is not a chapter in your parish, find out how to get one started.

Featured Events

Fri, Oct 31, 2014-Sun, Nov 02, 2014

Men of St. Joseph Outback Weekend

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mosj blog:

'Who Would Jesus Deport?' is the wrong question.

By John Robb I've often said that cartoonist J.D. Crowe has the best job in local journalism and usually does it with great talent and insight. But his editorial cartoon about our illegal immigration crisis, captioned "Who Would Jesus Deport?" simply asks the wrong question. God doesn't meddle in our civil affairs like a hovering puppeteer. As a Catholic, I believe Jesus is our Creator of everything in this world including us and our wonderful neighbors south of us. Part of this creation is free will that God gave us to order our lives so we can better serve God through fruitful service to ea... [continue reading]




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