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How Clergy Spend Their Time

Half of clergy work from 42 to 63 hours a week, and a quarter of them work more than 60 hours, while the balance work less than 35 hours per week. Clergy women spend more of their time in pastoral care and administration than men, sacrificing worship preparation time to do so. Catholic clergy work longer hours and spend significantly more time in administration than do Protestant clergy, but spend less time in teaching and training laity for ministry. Read more about the typical clergy work week in an informative article provided free by Pulpit & Pew.

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