Taylor Geiger – Guest Speaker for Janssen Forum on September 15th!

Taylor Geiger – Guest Speaker for Janssen Forum on September 15th!

Join us for Janssen Forum on Thursday, September 15th as our guest speaker, Taylor Geiger from the Diocese of Green Bay, Vocations Office shares how the Holy Spirit has touched him in his life.

The program begins at 11:15 a.m. with Mass held in the Mount Tabor Center Chapel, followed by a light lunch.

The guest speaker begins at 12:10 p.m. and concludes by 1:00 p.m. The program cost is $9.

Register online at www.spiritusministries.org/janssenforum or by calling Annette Hovie at 920-722-8918 x0. Walk-ins are welcome.

The Missionary Leadership Institute! Diocese of Green Bay

The Missionary Leadership Institute! Diocese of Green Bay

Imagine what parishes in the Diocese of Green Bay would look like if each parish had a group of staff and parishioners, formed as missionary disciples, equipped to accompany other individuals and to serve as leaders in any apostolate to which they are called!

Introducing the Missionary Leadership Institute / Instituto de Liderazgo Misionero, a three-year process designed to serve the needs of a wide variety of parish leaders who seek to:

  • Discern their vocation: their particular call to holiness
  • Be formed as leaders to evangelize and disciple others
  • Receive the tools to foster a culture of missionary disciple
  • Serve more effectively as lay ecclesial ministers (parish staff)

To learn more or how to apply, please click here for more information!

2022 Bishop’s Appeal – Hearts Filled With Hope

2022 Bishop’s Appeal – Hearts Filled With Hope

What is the Bishop’s Appeal?

The Bishop’s Appeal is a stewardship opportunity for each of us to reach out to thousands of people in search of Jesus’ love.  Each gift given supports the ministries of the Diocese of Green Bay which serve our parishes, Catholic schools and communities.  Your gift truly helps bring the heart and hands of Christ to our children, young adults, families and neighbors here in northeastern Wisconsin.

Why Give to the Bishop’s Appeal?

And the king will say to them in reply, “Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.” -Matthew 25:40

Your gift to the Bishop’s Appeal will help in countless ways.  Care ministers are trained to go out and share the Gospel with the homebound and sick.  Children and families are able to attend lively, interactive education programs learning the Word of God.  A young woman in an abusive relationship is able, through counseling with Catholic Charities, to stand on her own feet.  Families seeking to adopt are connected with newborn babies.  Your gift to the Bishop’s Appeal makes happy endings possible.

91-93% of every dollar raised goes to Diocesan ministries and services right here in northeast Wisconsin.

Click here to view the Bishop’s Appeal brochure.

Click here to view how to donate to The Crozier Society and what it is about.

To make a gift today, contact the parish office, visit the Bishop’s Appeal website at www.catholicfoundationgb.org/give, or call Tammy toll-free at 877-500-3580, ext. 8123.

Josie Vosters: Spirit of Kateri Award Recipient at Camp Tekakwitha

Josie Vosters: Spirit of Kateri Award Recipient at Camp Tekakwitha

We’re proud to announce that Josie Vosters was recently a camper at Camp Tekakwitha, and at the end of their session, she was a recipient of the Spirit of Kateri Award!

Each week, Camp Tekakwitha staff awards the Spirit of Kateri Award to two exceptional campers in recognition of their leadership, love of Christ, and dedication to serving their cabinmates and friends at Camp Tekakwitha. Josie was one of the two campers awarded in her session, nominated by her counselors and selected by the staff!

As a young person, Saint Kateri Tekakwitha displayed a deep love for Jesus amidst numerous obstacles, and was a witness to Christ and a friend to many. St. Kateri Tekakwitha’s intercession guides the staff and campers of Camp Tekakwitha as they strive to imitate her witness of love, selflessness, and friendship. Josie was a definite leader in her cabin, and certainly emulated the “spirit” of our great patroness St. Kateri in acts of kindness and love.

Winners of the Spirit of Kateri Award are honored among the campers and parents, and receive a shirt with St. Kateri’s famous words, “I am not my own, I have given myself entirely to Jesus.” We’re so proud of Josie!

Josie graduated from  St. John Nepomucene Catholic School and will be a sophomore at Career Pathways at Little Chute High School.

Jack Lawlis, Camp Tekakwitha Missionary