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Two Rivers parishioners put artistic talents on display

Habitat for Humanity home to be built in Green Bay in honor of Pope Francis

UW-Oshkosh student spends 1st weekend of spring break promoting Bishop’s Appeal

His culinary skills come in handy | Your Catholic Neighbor: Dave Erickson

Spirituals, dance moves a testament to joy of new auxiliary bishop

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Local groups to provide free Easter meals

ALLOUEZ — Easter is coming and we will celebrate the triumph of the Lamb of God over death and his promise of eternal life for us. Such … Read More

Two Rivers parishioners put artistic talents on display

Local artists create Stations of Cross

Deacon Paul Gleichner, pastoral associate at St. Peter the Fisherman Parish in Two Rivers, stands by his drawing of the fourth Station of the Cross, Jesus meets his mother. (Benjamin Wideman | For The Compass)

TWO RIVERS — Members of St. Peter the Fisherman Parish possess a variety of God-given talents. One of those skills is on display this Lenten season for … Read More

UW-Oshkosh student spends 1st weekend of spring break promoting Bishop’s Appeal

Mrozinsky tells her home parish that Appeal benefits university’s Newman Center programs

Molly Mrozinsky, a nursing major at UW-Oshkosh, is pictured at her home parish of St. Peter the Fisherman in Two Rivers. During weekend Masses March 21 and 22, she shared with parishioners how the Bishop’s Appeal benefits the UW-Oshkosh Newman Center’s outreach to college students. (Benjamin Wideman | For The Compass)

TWO RIVERS — Molly Mrozinsky could have spent this past weekend sleeping in and relaxing. After all, that’s what many University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh students probably did on … Read More

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Richard III, Catholic king of England, reburied at Leicester Cathedral

A crown sits atop King Richard III's coffin March 22 in Leicester Cathedral in Leicester, England. (CNS photo/Andy Rain, EPA)

MANCHESTER, England — One of England’s last Catholic kings was reburied three years after his skeleton was discovered in a coffin beneath a parking lot. King Richard … Read More

Catholic schools oppose tax proposal they say threatens their survival

A woman religious holds a sign March 5 at a rally in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to protest a proposed tax law that Catholic school leaders say threatens the survival of primary and secondary Catholic education in the U.S. territory. (CNS photo | Wallice Jusino de la Vega)

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Hundreds of Catholic school students, parents, teachers, administrators and supporters formed a new coalition and rallied against proposed tax reforms that they … Read More

Mother, daughter killed in crash recalled for devotion to faith, family

Students pause in front of a makeshift memorial on the steps of Joseph Koenig High School in Haltern am See, Germany, March 24. Sixteen students and two teachers from the school were among the 150 people killed in the crash of a Germanwings Airbus A320 that day in the French Alps. (CNS photo/Rolf Vennenbernd, EPA)

ARLINGTON, Va. — A mother and daughter from Virginia who perished in the French Alps plane crash were remembered by fellow Catholic parishioners as “wonderful people” who … Read More

The Compass GPS Blog

What was off is on again

Patricia Kasten | The Compass

There wasn’t going to be a free meal — at least not this Easter in Appleton. In The Compass (3/27/15) print edition, you’ll find the annual list … Read More

Remembering Romero

Sam Lucero | The Compass

Our guide, a Salvadoran sister who knew Archbishop Oscar Romero, stands outside his former residence. A bust was erected near the entrance. (Sam Lucero photo)

I have had a devotion to Archbishop Oscar Romero since learning about him and the civil war that plagued El Salvador from 1979 to 1992. About five … Read More

Pope Francis: Two years and counting

Sam Lucero | The Compass

A video posted by News.va (@newsva) on Mar 13, 2015 at 2:29am PDT Two years ago today, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio stepped onto the balcony of St. … Read More