Practical Nursing Instructor
Teach and train future Licensed Practical Nurses.
Catholics believe that God is still at work on this planet. A Priest, then, is a sort of conduit to God, helping parishioners learn, worship, and understand. Most Priests would consider this a calling rather than a job.
Attending to the sacraments of your church is your primary responsibility as a Priest. You preside at baptisms, marriages, and funerals; hear confessions; and perform last rights. Parishioners are accustomed to seeing you during transitional moments in their lives, when you provide comfort through ritual. Each week, you perform this ritual by presiding at a formal mass.
During mass, you give a speech to your devoted parishioners. Sometimes, you discuss difficult concepts from the readings; other times, you discuss current events. Preparing for this speech can take up a significant amount of your time, but it allows you to study the Bible more thoroughly and explore your own faith. You may come to enjoy your quiet writing time.
People come to see you when they’re having difficulty in their lives. The things you discuss are legally protected, so people know they can tell you anything and everything without fear of retaliation. While it’s hard to listen to them struggle, you take comfort in the thought that you’re providing help.
Meetings round out your workweek. Church budget meetings, council meetings, and youth group meetings are all common. Sometimes, you leave the church to attend retreats that give you new energy to devote to your parishioners.