“Lord, don’t leave us alone. Help us to help one another; to forget our egoism a bit and to feel in our heart the 'we,' we a people that wants to go forward. Lord Jesus, you were not lacking work, give us work and teach us to struggle for work and bless us all!”
Pope Francis
23 September 2013
SERVICE: Taking Care of His Suffering Body

Job Support

The spiritual health of a local community is reflected in the vitality of its economy. With and through Christ, St. Ambrose parishioners can bring the Father’s providence and justice to the local markets by attentively assisting others with opportunity, solidarity and friendship, especially during the event of job loss.

To share an employment listing for or by a St. Ambrose parishioner, contact the Trish Konczal, the Parish Receptionist, at 703-280-4400. 

Employment Opportunities for the Catholic Church:

Catholic Jobs

The Diocese of Arlington

The Catholic Herald 

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LECTORS NEEDED

Men and Women are needed to Lector at the Sunday, as well as, the Daily Masses. No experience necessary. If you would like to be part of this special ministry, please contact the Parish Office at 703-280-4400.

Building Fund

Would you like to give to the  Building Fund and not sure how? Sign up for Faith Direct and your generous donation can be automatically deducted from any account you like. You can donate  through a bank checking account or credit/debit card. If you you are interested please contact 1-866-507-8757 or info@faithdirect.com.  You can print out the sign up form by clicking HERE.

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Prayer for dignified work

Bless, O Lord of the centuries and the millennia, the daily work by which men and women provide bread for themselves and their loved ones. We also offer to your Fatherly hands the toil and sacrifices associated with work, in union with your Son Jesus Christ, who redeemed human work from the yoke of sin and restored it to its original dignity. Amen.

-Blessed John Paul II (1920-2005)


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