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‘One Mission, Many Missionaries’ documents history of Bay Settlement Franciscans

Ministry continues today with immigrants and refugees

Editor’s note: This is the last in a two-part series. Click here to view part one. GREEN BAY — When the Sisters of St. Francis of the … Read More

SEEK21 conference brings Catholics together to form ‘missionary disciples’

ALLOUEZ — Joining fellow Catholics from around the country and beyond for the SEEK21 conference were members of the Diocese of Green Bay. Approximately 100 people gathered … Read More

Broadcast Sunday Mass brings hope to all in northeast Wisconsin

Bishop’s Appeal helps fund broadcast that is viewed by thousands

ALLOUEZ — “Great minds think alike” is exactly what Mike Smith, vice president/general manager of WFRV and WJMN television, said in response to broadcasting Sunday Mass as … Read More

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Family Rosary’s annual ‘Try Prayer! It Works!’ contest accepting entries

EASTON, Mass. — “Try Prayer! It Works!” — an annual contest sponsored by Family Rosary — is now accepting entries from children in kindergarten through 12th grade … Read More

Biden leads nation in mourning its 500,000 COVID-19 deaths

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden addressed the nation in a speech from the White House Feb. 22, the day the nation reached, and then passed, what he … Read More

Passionist priest, relative of English princes, takes step closer to sainthood

MANCHESTER, England — A priest related to Princes William and Harry took a major step closer to sainthood when Pope Francis declared him venerable. Like St. John … Read More

The Compass GPS Blog

A pro-life rosary

Sam Lucero | The Compass

Carolyn Lefeber, a member of St. Patrick Parish in Stephensville, was one of about 100 people to attend the Disciples for Life Conference on Jan. 23 at … Read More

A cherished rosary

Sam Lucero | The Compass

One of the thrills of photographing people for The Compass is getting to listen to their stories. I recently traveled to Greenville to photograph Jim Cotter, who … Read More

DACA recipient: ‘My message would be of love’

Sam Lucero | The Compass

ALLOUEZ – The Supreme Court began hearing arguments Nov. 12 in a case that could eventually end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as … Read More