Catholic Falcon Community Core Team Application 2020
Applications are due by midnight on Thursday, November 21, 2019 electronically to Alicia at cminister@sttoms.com or by dropping it off to her office. Leadership interviews for all positions will be held shortly after. Descriptions for the various positions can be found below.

Applicants must be:
- A BGSU student in good academic standing.
- Must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25 or above.
- A practicing Roman Catholic or intending to become Catholic
- Committed to an authentic lifestyle
- Attendance at team meetings, Catholic Falcon Community Events – most if not all, andTeam retreats (before Fall and Spring semesters)

Before applying, it is important to know what the Catholic Falcon Community believes and stands for.
We believe that we are all on a journey to discover God’s love. The Catholic Falcon Community invites you, whoever you are, to join our mission of fostering a catholic community of students. We engage students in developing relationships with others and with God. We empower one another by sharing our talents and gifts. We explore the breadth and depth of our Catholic faith.

There is also a spiritual commitment to being on Core Team.
All Core Team members are encouraged to further develop their personal relationship with God. Continual reception of the Sacraments, daily prayer, and service will help to cultivate a healthy spiritual life. As they share in a spiritual journey, members will be able to hold each other accountable and ignite each other to grow closer with God. By maintaining their own spiritual well-being they will inspire other students to form a Christian conscience, develop personally, and deepen their own relationships with God.

Empowered by the Spirit
Prior to answering the following questions it is recommended that every applicant read, Empowered by the Spirit: Campus Ministry Faces the Future. This is the pastoral document that was written by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops that guides and directs campus ministry.

The full document can be found online at: http://www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/how-we-teach/catholic-education/campus-ministry/empowered-by-the-spirit-table-of-contents.cfm

A shortened student leader copy can be picked up at Catholic Falcon Night or in Alicia’s office.


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What positions would you most like to hold on the Catholic Falcon Community Core Team in order of preference? Detailed descriptions of each position can be found below. Why do you think you would be good at these positions? What might you struggle with in each of these positions? *
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