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Careers at Liturgical Press

Chief Financial Officer – Business Manager
Under the administrative review of the Director of Liturgical Press, this position is responsible for the overall financial management of Liturgical Press and the day-to-day operations of accounting, budgeting, order fulfilment, management information systems, and facility management functions in keeping with the Mission Statement and Goals of the Liturgical Press and its various Alliances.

Editor – Give Us This Day
The 2011 launch of Give Us This Day, a daily prayer devotional for today’s Catholic, revitalized the work of Liturgical Press with the spirit of Vatican II and the vision of Virgil Michel—the full and active participation of all people in the liturgy of the church. The Press seeks an experienced, spiritually mature, and ecclesiastically focused editor who is a practicing Roman Catholic and who can embrace the Benedictine charism. The successful candidate will possess editorial experience in supporting many authors simultaneously toward crafting superior work, as well as a vision that welcomes a breadth of voices by seeking diversity and inclusion in both content topics and author-contributors.