Catechism course

Diocesan staff begin monthly, three-year study of Adult Catechism

Beginning in October, diocesan employees will spend one hour each month studying the U.S. Catholic Catechism for Adults (USCCA). Employees are being asked to study one catechism chapter each month and then gather for one-hour sessions to discuss that chapter. Twelve staff members have volunteered to serve as course facilitators, said Dr. Joe Bound, director of the Department of Education.

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Students celebrate

Diocesan All-School Mass packs the Resch Center on October 14

GREEN BAY, Wis. (Oct. 15, 2010) – Nearly 10,000 students and faculty from every Catholic school in the Diocese of Green Bay participated in an all-school Mass at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 14 at the Resch Center.

Bishop David Ricken celebrated the Mass with Auxiliary Bishop Robert Morneau and Bishop Emeritus Robert Banks and many priests serving in the diocese. Several deacons also participated.
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New offering

'God's Plan for a Joy-Filled Marriage' to supplement marriage preparation in diocese

wedding-at-canaStarting in September, the Family and Married Life Office of the Diocese of Green Bay will offer engaged couples an optional day focused entirely on the Sacrament, Theology, and Intimacy of marriage as God planned it to be.

This one-day workshop was developed from the book "Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology of the Body." The book is based on 129 of Pope John Paul II's general audience speeches.
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Outdoor Mass and Procession

Robinsonville-1_08-15-10 Thousands Join in Annual Pilgrimage for Assumption at Shrine

Thousands of Catholics celebrated the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary August 15 at the annual spiritual pilgrimage at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion.

Bishop Robert J. Banks of the Diocese of Green Bay presided at the special outdoor Mass and rosary procession at the Shrine, near Champion, northeast of Green Bay.
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Rural life

Two young adults serving rural communities receive scholarships from Diocese

The Diocese of Green Bay has awarded post-secondary scholarships to two young adults. They were nominated by their parish leaders for their commitment to parish life and their pursuit of careers to serve rural communities.
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CRS Rice Bowl

Diocese of Green Bay distributes grants for immigrant and refugee programs

ORB-English-Logo-smFour Northeastern Wisconsin organizations were selected by the Diocese of Green Bay to receive funding to support their outreach programs to immigrant and refugee communities. Funding came from Catholic Relief Services’ annual Operation Rice Bowl collection.

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