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 Official Newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, WisconsinSeptember 19, 2003 Issue 


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• God can transform clerical sex abuse scandal into graced moment, says priest-psychologist

• Cardinal writes to senators: Urges them to send partial-birth abortion ban to president

• Poverty provides life lessons for young volunteers in Appalachia

• Xavier High School senior elected 2003 Badger Girls' State governor

• Couple find love on Net: Catholic Web site produces 174 marriages

• Rare photos of pope on display at Pope John Paul II Cultural Center

• Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- We're called as church to serve as food for world even when world doesn't want us

• Fr. John Rausch -- Immigrant migrant workers' plight calls for help from Christian stewards

• Charlie Martin -- Look to Jesus' example in making daily decisions

• Fr. John Dietzen -- Photos not a no-no at church wedding, but many forget common sense at Mass

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Resurrection reaches out as it celebrates 40th

Parish becomes first in Green Bay to serve as sole sponsor of a Habitat for Humanity build
photo of volunteers at Resurrection Parish Habitat for Humanity Faith Build
HOUSE BUILDERS: Bonnie Jacobs holds a board while John Basche cuts it and Ray Strenski looks on Saturday at the Resurrection Parish Habitat for Humanity Faith Build in northeast Green Bay. The house is scheduled to be completed in mid-November. (Tony Staley photo)
By Tony Staley
Compass Editor

For some, turning 40 is something to dread, then forget. But Resurrection Parish in the Green Bay suburb of Allouez has chosen to leave a long-lasting remembrance of its 40th birthday.

Last weekend, Resurrection became the first Catholic parish in Green Bay to be sole sponsor of a Habitat for Humanity house. It also is the 25th Habitat house built in Green Bay since 1987. St. Elizabeth Seton,Green Bay, and St. Mary and Our Lady of Lourdes, De Pere, have been among those who have helped sponsor builds.

On Friday, volunteer crews from the parish erected a garage on the site at 1025 Smith St. in northeast Green Bay. They continued work on the garage and on the four-bedroom 1½-story house on Saturday after a blessing service conducted by Fr. Paul Demuth, pastor, before driving rains forced an end to the day's work.

The Gospel calls us "to stretch out beyond our home borders and to help others," Fr. Demuth said at the blessing. "This is sort of saying to ourselves, and hopefully to the larger community, that our faith must continue to build beyond our borders, both literally and spiritually."

The house will become the home for Michelle Schiltz and her three children, Justin, 13, Elaina, 10, and Alexander, 2. Schiltz must contribute 300 hours in "sweat equity" to help build the house, then make a $600 down payment and assume a 20-year, interest-free, mortgage.   Full story ...

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2003 Fall / Winter
Mass Schedules
(from Sept. 5 issue)

 • Church needs broad dialogue
    Church in Far East has an idea worth copying, Allouez Forum advised
 • Sidebar: Next Allouez

 • Russia experience strengthens couple's faith
    Andy and Mara Poole served as volunteers at Vladivostok parish

 • Broadening the stewardship notion
    Author to present three stewardship sectionals at The Gathering in De Pere
 • Sidebar: Diocese gathers

 • Program builds a 'civilization of love'
    Global Outreach continues to unite teens in faith


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Columns

 • Bishop Banks' Corner --
    Agreeing on what counts most

 • Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    September 21: Jesus looks for service and hospitality

 • Editorial -- Respecting life
    Helen Urban championed life in all that she did and in the way that she lived her life

 • Editorial -- Seek a better solution
    Industry needs to find a better way

 • Editorial -- Buying teens unhappiness
    New study finds source of problems


Features

 • Foundations of Faith --
    Mystical experiences could happen to anyone

 • Saint of the Day --
    A clerical error archbishop

 • Calendar of Events



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