Substitute Teachers for All Diocesan Schools 2022-23 School Year

Position:  Substitute Teachers are needed for all Diocesan Schools.  Substitute teachers already possessing an Ohio Department of Education license are invited to contact a Diocesan school whose location is convenient.  People interested in obtaining a substitute license in order to substitute in Diocesan schools should inquire at a local diocesan school for information on how to proceed.  Qualifications needed are ability to relate with children, the successful completion of the Diocese of Youngstown Child Protection requirements and the Ohio Department of Education substitute application requirements.  For the 2022-2023 school year, candidates with or without a Bachelor’s degree may be considered.

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Rev. Donald King Appointed President of Stark County Catholic Schools

Press Release | The Most Rev. David J. Bonnar, Bishop of Youngstown, has appointed Rev. Donald King as President of Stark County Catholic Schools. Father King’s appointment as President became effective October 11, 2022. Father King had served as Interim President since July 1, 2022.

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Merger of St. Barbara, St. Joseph, and St. Mary Parishes, Massillon, and Establishment of Divine Mercy Parish

Press Release | After a period of consultation among parish representatives and the diocese’s presbyteral council, The Most Rev. David J. Bonnar, Bishop of Youngstown, has accepted the recommendation of Rev. Maciej (Matthew) Mankowski, pastor of Massillon’s St. Barbara Parish, St. Joseph Parish and St. Mary Parish to merge the three parishes, effective January 1, 2023. The new parish will include all three church buildings which will retain their names as customary in Church tradition, while the parish itself will be known as “Divine Mercy Parish.”

Diocese of Youngstown announces The Catholic Echo, a diocesan magazine and multimedia hub, succeeding The Catholic Exponent newspaper

Press Release | The Diocese of Youngstown is pleased to announce a new print product, The Catholic Echo magazine, debuting in Spring 2023. Building on the 77-year legacy of The Catholic Exponent newspaper, which will produce its final issue in February 2023, The Catholic Echo magazine, website and supporting multimedia products will highlight all aspects of Catholic life across the six counties of the diocese.