Welcome! The Parish Administrative Services ("PAS") Office of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix currently serves over 3,500 employees from our parishes, missions, schools, Diocesan offices, cemeteries, mortuaries, and helps to support affiliated organizations such as the Catholic Community Foundation, Catholic Education Arizona, and Catholic Charities Community Services. We provide information, consultation and resources in a vast number of areas, including parish and school administration and finance, human resources, employee benefits and savings plans, legal, risk management, and corporate affairs.
This website is intended to be an online resource where clergy, lay employees, prospective employees, parish and school council and committee members and others can obtain useful information, download policies, procedures, brochures and forms, and register for upcoming events, among other things.
In support of the Diocese of Phoenix's mission to encounter the living Christ, the PAS team is committed to providing those who serve the Church with the tools that they need to succeed. We welcome your feedback, and we hope that you find this website to be a great resource.
The Open Enrollment Period for employee health, medical and ancillary benefits that are offered by the Diocese of Phoenix will begin on Friday, May 1 and will conclude on Sunday, May 31, 2015. Open Enrollment provides us with an excellent opportunity to reRead more
Effective January 1, 2015, the Arizona minimum wage will increase to $8.05 per hour. This increase is 15 cents more than the prior minimum wage in Arizona. What you need to do: 1. Please check to make sure all of your employees are earning at least $8.0Read more
All newly hired employees are invited to New Employee Orientation on the second Tuesday of each month. All attendees MUST be registered before orientation. **New Employee Orientation is held at the Diocesan Pastoral Center, 400 East Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZRead more
The PAS Office of the Diocese of Phoenix invites HR and Benefit Coordinators to participate in Social Security and Pension Benefit Planning for Diocesan Employees.
Social Security benefit planning class will be given by Jack Burns, Public Affairs Specialis