National Association of Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA)
Navigating the world of HR from a Catholic perspective

Consultation

Looking for sound counsel and the latest on major HR issues? NACPA has the resources you need, including compensation administration services, administrative & organizational audits, and priests’ & religious institute personnel system services–among others.

Convocation

Next year we meet April 30 – May 2, 2017 in Nashville! Network with colleagues from around the country.  Learn from informative workshops and keynote speakers.

Executive Search

Want training and direction to ensure that new top leaders of the HR team live up to the mission? We help dioceses, religious congregations, agencies, parishes, and national organizations to recruit, screen, select and orient candidates for major positions.

JOIN OUR LIST

and engage with HR members from dioceses across the country!

This member-only resource is accessed almost daily by our members across the nation. A sometimes fluid conversation, and always valuable lifeline, utilized to discuss updated regulations, sensitive situations, share strategies, discuss compelling new issues, explore emerging trends, share job descriptions and submit general queries revolving around the day to day important matters of your HR specific world.  For some, it’s like expanding a one-person office to include a host of consultants who understand the next hot button issues.

Choose the one that best suits your needs :

Directorslist@nacpa.org
Parish@nacpa.org
ReligiousCongregations@nacpa.org
Safeenvironment@nacpa.org

IN THE NEWS

Fr. Ed Pratt of Ascension Catholic Church in Kettering, OH (and NACPA Board Member) speaks to the value of staying vigilant and alert in order to keep churches safe and welcoming places. 

 

Fr.EdPrattInterviewIn response to a recent situation of two Arab men filming a mass in Kettering, OH, Father Ed Pratt speaks to local news station WHIO of walking the fine line in today’s society when it comes to staying vigilant in places of worship, whilst still continuing to remain open and welcoming sanctuaries for the masses.

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