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Resource & Support Mission Team

This team has an operational focus to work cross- functionally as they support and implement the strategy with each of the Curia Teams and Parishes. The Mission Resource and Support Team is made up of each of the functional areas of the diocese and focus on developing and delivering best practices, shared knowledge and resources, and operational excellence as they work in partnership to elevate the mission, vision and values of the diocese.

Mission Team Co-Leaders

Basten TammyTammy Basten  |  920-272-8175
Mission Team Co-Leader

 

Felton Fr Dan 2016Fr. Dan Felton  |  920-272-8180
Mission Team Co-Leader

 


The Office of Administration coordinates organizational duties and oversees those who hold offices and minister in diocesan administration. The office is overseen by the vicar general and moderator of the curia, and the associate moderator, who exercise the bishop's ordinary executive power over the entire diocese. 

The Office of the Bishop provides support resources for the bishop as he shepherds the local church of the Diocese of Green Bay. The bishop is responsible for the spiritual direction of not only all Catholics, but the over one million souls residing within the diocese.  The bishop governs the diocese as a portion of the universal Church.  

The Office of Canonical Services conducts legal governance of the diocese, in line with Church teaching, legislation, and the 1983 Code of Canon Law. Responsibilities include promoting and protecting the obligations, rights, and privileges of all Catholics in the diocese; advising the bishop on matters related to Church law and governance; ruling on matters concerning the sacrament of marriage; and serving as a resource for Catholics on matters of doctrine and morality.

The Office of the Chancellor is responsible for ensuring that the acts of the curia are drawn up and dispatched for safekeeping in the archives. It is further responsible for maintaining diocesan documents and records, and for assisting parishes and diocesan agencies in canonical, liturgical and civil matters.

The Office of the Chancellor includes:

Archives  - CLICK HERE
Safe Environment - CLICK HERE

The Office of Communications, which includes The Compass, the official newspaper of the Diocese of Green Bay, is the resource for all public inquiries associated with the ministry and mission of the diocese. The office is charged with supporting the communication needs of the bishop; advancing the vision, mission and values of the diocese; promoting the good works of her members; and sharing exceptional written and digital content across of variety of media. 

Visit The Compass now at www.thecompassnews.org.

The Office of Facilities and Properties assists the bishop in ensuring that the stewardship of all properties, physical plant and other tangible assets of the diocese are effectively administered. The office provides a variety of materials to help parishes, schools, and cemeteries practice good stewardship in the care of their properties and physical plant.

The Office of Finance and Accounting is responsible for managing the temporal resources of the diocese. This includes administering all the diocesan investments, as well as the operating and capital budgets for diocesan administration.

The Office of Human Resources supports the diocese by promoting a work environment characterized by fair treatment of employees, open communications, personal accountability, trust and mutual respect. The office provides solutions to workplace issues that support and optimize the vision, mission and values of the diocese through the administration of personnel programs and policies, and applicable federal and state laws.

Current Job Opportunities - CLICK HERE

The Office of Information Technology provides support and development for technology infrastructure needs within the diocese. The office facilitates computer and network troubleshooting needs; cost effective solutions for hardware, software and network improvements; training and support in the adoption and implementation of new technologies.

The Office of Marriage Tribunal is a church court that examines petitions from parties looking to have their marriage declared null and void. The office ministers to divorced men and women, both Catholics and non-Catholics, who are looking to marry in the Church.