St. Dennis Sunday bulletins are available here, as well as extra bulletin info from each week.



 This is a full-time office director position to oversee the daily needs of the parish including, but not limited to, maintaining parish databases, scheduling events, answering phones, performing general office tasks, preparing staff meeting agendas/minutes, maintaining calendars, as well as being the communication liaison between the parish staff and ministries.
This person must:
· have excellent computer and organizational skills with strong attention to detail
· honor and maintain confidentiality
· have a strong work ethic with the ability to multi-task and willingness to take on additional responsibilities as needed
· possess excellent phone, verbal, and written communication skills
· be a practicing Catholic with a commitment to the mission and message of the Catholic Church
· be proficient in Microsoft Office. Knowledge of Parish Data System Software is a plus. Willingness to learn other parish computer programs.
Employment is contingent on the successful completion of all background checks with the Diocese of Wilmington.
Interested candidates should email their resume to by March 16, 2020. A full job description is available upon request.


Answer Bishop Malooly’s Invitation: 

I Want to See. Bishop Malooly invites youth, young adults, and families from all parishes and schools to join him as we come together for the eleventh annual Pilgrimage on Saturday, April 4, 2020. Pilgrims from across the diocese will carry the diocesan pilgrimage cross through the streets of Wilmington with the Bishop as a representation of Jesus’ entry to Jerusalem and His journey on Good Friday to Calvary. The day begins at St. Elizabeth parish with opening prayer and a concert featuring Out of Darkness at 10:30 am. We conclude with the 5pm Mass at St. Elizabeth. Don’t miss this great opportunity to wrap up your Lenten journey with hundreds of your peers. Cost for the day is $15 per person or $45 max per family (bring your own lunch). To register or for more information, visit Registration deadline is March 27th.  A limited number of scholarships are available - application deadline is March 9th.

Catholic Charities to honor Mike Hare at Annual Tribute Dinner in April 2020
Mike Hare, Executive Vice President for Development at the Buccini Pollin Group will receive the Msgr. Thomas J. Reese Award at Catholic Charities Annual Tribute Dinner on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.  Mike serves on Bishop Malooly’s Pastoral Council and on the Vocations Admissions Board for the Diocese of Wilmington.
The Msgr. Thomas J. Reese Award recognizes exemplary individuals who have demonstrated a deep commitment to promoting and restoring the well-being of people – the Catholic Charities’ mission.
The Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Wilmington, will present the award at the dinner to be held at the Chase Center on the Riverfront.
To learn more about the Annual Tribute Dinner and our honoree, or to support the Tribute Dinner through sponsorship or ticket purchases, visit the Catholic Charities webpage for the dinner at  You may also call Catholic Charities at 302-655-9624.


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