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  • Summer 2019 Mass Schedules

    Summer 2019 Mass Schedules

    View the list of summer Mass times for the Diocese of Green Bay.

  • Blue Mass | Sunday, September 8

    Blue Mass | Sunday, September 8

    In gratitude for the generous service of public safety personnel who serve their community each day. All faiths are invited and encouraged to attend!

  • Hope for the Future | Help Them Today

    The annual Seminarian Collection invites the faithful of the Diocese to participate in the Seminarian education of our future priests, who are our “Hope for the Future.”

  • Red Mass | Thursday, September 19

    Red Mass | Thursday, September 19

    In gratitude for the work of the legal community and those who hold public office.

  • Seeing the Face of Jesus in All | Catholic Charities Gala

    Seeing the Face of Jesus in All | Catholic Charities Gala

    Join Bishop Ricken for this 6th annual event supporting Catholic Charities. 

  • Eucharistic Holy Hour Guide for Parishes

    Eucharistic Holy Hour Guide for Parishes

     

    Download the latest Eucharistic Holy Hour Guide for Parishes.

  • 2019 Bishop's Appeal

    2019 Bishop's Appeal

    As we launch the 2019 Bishop's Appeal we celebrate the ministries the Appeal supports and the thousands of people the Appeal impacts.

PrayerStewardship of Prayer

Prayer is about our relationship with God. As good stewards or managers of prayer, we gratefully acknowledge God's presence in our lives and respond by investing ourselves. In nurturing this relationship, we are able to stay connected and understand God's will for our lives.

As disciples or followers of Jesus, we care for this relationship in two ways. We strive to engage in personal prayer each day. Our prayer can be that of thanksgiving, praise, petition or forgiveness. As good stewards of our time, we return to God part of each day which has been so graciously given to us.

As the Church, the Body of Christ, we also pray together. The center of our community prayer is the Eucharist. We gather each weekend and special "holy days" to hear God's word and to receive Jesus in the Eucharist. By gathering as a community, we honor the Creator of all things, receive Jesus who gives us energy and strength and are able to support and care for one another.

Our Church also offers other wonderful opportunities to be stewards of our relationship with God. We encourage retreats, prayer groups and participating in devotionals such as Stations of the Cross during Lent and Eucharistic Adoration.

Prayer is the foundation for becoming the steward that God wants us to be in all areas of our lives. We are grateful people and we respond by nurturing our special relationship with our Creator.

Stewardship Meeting Prayers

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