Allouez Catholic Cemetery
ALLOUEZ — Allouez Catholic Cemetery has been a part of Northeast Wisconsin’s landscape since the early 1800’s and is one of the oldest continually operating cemeteries in the Midwest. A true landmark in the Green Bay area, many of the community’s historical figures are laid to rest here. Local families are able to explore their roots and trace their heritage back to this unique place of remembrance. Boasting expansive cemetery grounds and ongoing mausoleum development, there will be family trees planted here for many years to come. Families are able to choose the disposition and memorial plans which are most appropriate for them, including traditional ground burial, indoor and outdoor mausoleum entombment as well as a wide variety of dignified cremation alternatives. Contact a Family Service Counselor to discuss the emotional and financial advantages of pre-planning. 920-432-7585 or [email protected].
GREEN BAY — As stewards we are called by God to generously share His gifts with those in desperate need of His love. Making a gift today or by remembering in your will the ministries and programs of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay is one way to share the Lord’s gifts with others. If you would like to make a gift or receive information on remembering a Catholic organization in your will, please contact the Catholic Foundation at [email protected] or call toll-free at 1-877-500-3580, Ext. 8173.
Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes
The Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes is a congregation of sisters who strive to minister with simplicity and hospitality in the fields of education, health care, pastoral ministry and social service.
We are “women of spirit,” dedicated to promoting justice and building community throughout various areas of the U.S. and Latin America. Our hands-on ministries include nursing, leadership training, spiritual direction, hospice care, teaching, advocacy, holistic healthcare, and more. We are actively involved with U.S. legislative, U.N. and global partnerships regarding issues at the heart of our ministries: justice, poverty, health care initiatives, and empowering and educating women and children around the world.
We invite you to join us today – in prayer, in financial partnership, in vocation. By sharing our lives and our faith in community, we support one another to live with singleness of purpose: that among us and in our world the Risen Christ be discovered and revealed. Contact us: www.csasisters.org; 920.907.2300; Vocations: 920.907.2310
MANITOWOC — Felician Village provides a full continuum of living options for mature adults including: independent living, assisted living, nursing home and rehabilitation unit. People choose to live and make their home at the “Village” because of its people, faith-based dedication, comfortable environment and many amenities. For more information, please call 1-920-684-7171, ext. 361, or visit our website at www.felicianvillage.org.
Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity
MANITOWOC — Roman Catholic women religious in service to the world. Our ministries include education, health care and community/parish services in a diversity of rewarding environments. The world needs you. God calls you. We invite you. Contact us at 1-920-682-7728, email at [email protected] or visit us online www.fscc-calledtobe.org.
McCormick Memorial Home
GREEN BAY — McCormick Memorial Home, a state-licensed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF), has been providing assisted living services to men and women of all faiths since 1921. Located in Allouez, a beautiful tree-shaded neighborhood between Green Bay and De Pere, McCormick Memorial Home’s warm, friendly and comfortable atmosphere is a place residents call home. Contact us at 1-920-437-0883 or visit us online at www.mccormickmemorialhome.com
Silver Lake College
MANITOWOC — Silver Lake College is a dynamic learning community that empowers students through a quality liberal arts education integrated with professional preparation offered in an environment of mutual respect and concern for persons, based on the principles and truths of Franciscan Catholic tradition.
Sisters of St. Agnes
We are an apostolic community of women religious who participate in the mission of Christ by joyful service in the Church, always aware that we, too, are among the needy and are enriched by those we serve. We are committed to transformation of the world, the Church and ourselves through 1) systemic change for the quality of life; 2) justice for the economically poor; 3) furtherance of the role of women in church and society, and 4) mutuality, inclusivity, and collaboration.
CSA took a corporate stance against the trafficking of women and children for sexual exploitation on January 21, 2007.
We minister in 24 dioceses in the United States and 3 in Central America.
We serve in the works of: education in administration, elementary, secondary, and higher education, adult education, campus ministry, child care, consultants, diocesan office personnel, directors of religious education, pastoral staff, liturgists, and ministers to the elderly; Social Services as administration, social workers, therapists, prison chaplains, human and community development, office managers, urban ministers and an attorney-at- law. In Health Care as administration, staff, nurses, hospice and home health personnel, pastoral care, dietary staff, and alternative health care personnel. Other services include social justice advocacy, spiritual direction, retreat ministry, artists and sponsorship of institutions. Contact us at: 920.907.2310, email [email protected]org or online at www.csasisters.org
Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross
GREEN BAY — As Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross we are rooted in the Cross, Word, and Eucharist. We value simplicity, hospitality, and prayer. Guided by our vision to further the Reign of God, we compassionately respond to the needs of our times through education, healing and related ministries that uphold human dignity, pursue peace, and promote Gospel Justice. Contact us at 1-920-468-4737 or [email protected].
Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother
OSHKOSH — We are an international community of Catholic women religious who desire to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ, following in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi. Mary, who stood under the cross of her Son, is our model of faith, contemplation and compassion in ministering to those in need. Sponsors of Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh, we have had a health care presence in the diocese since 1891, Contact us: Provincial Office 1-920-230-2040; Vocations office 1-973-627-0424 or [email protected].
St. Norbert Abbey
Sacred Space for Spiritual Growth and Renewal
DE PERE — Wonderfully situated in the center of 160 acres of natural and landscaped beauty, St. Norbert Abbey is the home to Norbertine priests, brothers and seminarians. This sacred space may also be used by those who wish to worship with us. With daily liturgies and prayer within the magnificent Abbey Church, programs and retreats offered through the Norbertine Center for Spirituality, concerts and art displays, St. Norbert Abbey is a perfect place to pray, learn, reflect and deepen one’s relationship with God. We hope you’ll join us. For more information visit our website at www.norbertines.org or call 920.337.4300.
Vocations Office – Diocese of Green Bay
GREEN BAY — The Vocations Office helps young men and women listen to God’s call in their lives, especially as it relates to the priesthood and religious life. A variety of ways are available to grow in faith, and respond to God’s call. Call the Vocations Director at 1-920-272-8293 or visit www.gbvocations.org to be in touch.