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American Life League




American Life League offers a wholesome work environment.
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American Life League

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Job Description

American Life League is looking to add an editor to our publishing team. The editor will be expected to work on educational resource materials, the organizational newsletter, Celebrate Life Magazine, and related websites.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Prepare articles for publication. This includes editing, light research, and writing stories as needed.
  • Review CLM article submissions.
  • Ensure adherence to organizational style guide and Chicago Manual of Style.
  • Interact with readers and promote CLM via social media.

Desired Skills and Experience

· Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, marketing, or communications.
· Minimum of 2 years editing experience in publishing.
· Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office.
· Thorough knowledge and understanding of the Catholic Church and pro-life topics.
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills; excellent knowledge of grammar and syntax.
· Familiar with editorial production processes and ability to work as a team.
· Must be detail oriented and able to work on multiple projects simultaneously, including day-to-day tasks and long-range planning.

About the Employer

American Life League offers benefits and a wholesome work environment. This is a full-time position located in Stafford, Virginia. Qualified individuals should send their resume and salary requirements to: Attention HR at American Life League, P.O. Box 6170, Falmouth, VA 22403 or you may email at

American Life League is a 501(c)(3) organization cofounded in 1979 by Judie Brown and nine other dedicated pro-life Americans. It is the largest grassroots Catholic pro-life education organization in the United States. ALL is committed to the protection of all innocent human beings from the moment of creation to death. It is rooted in pro-life integrity that stands up for every innocent human being whose life is threatened by what Pope John Paul II called “the culture of death.” That ranges from the single cell human embryo to the elderly, the infirm, and others at risk of having their life terminated by acts of euthanasia. The pro-life position notes that neither abortion nor euthanasia can ever be medically necessary or morally permitted.


P.O. Box 6170
Falmouth, VA 22403