| Appleton's newly renovated Monte Alverno Retreat Center to be blessed May 18
St. Joseph Parish, Appleton, will dedicate new parish center at noon Sunday, May 18
Capsule television reviews
Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Both power and powerlessness can corrupt our spirits
Msgr. Jim Lisante -- Two women who refused to give up and made the world a better place for others
Scott Fleischmann -- Tips on coping with a difficult workplace
Charlie Martin -- Ways to turn to others for help when facing losses
Fr. John Dietzen -- Conflicts in mixed-faith family
Fr. Richard McBrien -- Dealing with politicians with whom we disagree
Changing role of priests goes way back
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Putting stewardship into practice at random
Random Acts of Kindness Week to focus on service
By Joanne Flemming
|ACTS OF KINDNESS: Ben Kurowski of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Green Bay, hands out a flower as a Random Act of Kindness that diocesan Stewardship leaders hope will grow and bear fruit for others. (Photo illustration by Rick Evans and Amy Kawula)
Have you ever paid for the coffee for the person behind you at a
drive-in, left an extra large tip for your waitress, or handed a
flower to someone who was feeling sad?
The Green Bay Diocese is urging parishes to promote such actions
May 18-24 during "Random Acts of Kindness Week" as part of the
"stewardship of service" for the diocese's Stewardship thrust.
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Church teaching hasn't changed
Auxiliary Bishop Morneau -- for May 18
Stay connected to the vine of new life
Fr. Richard Ver Bust -- for May 18
We are united to Christ and one another
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If you want to be like God, roll up your sleeves
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