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 Official Newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, WisconsinOctober 17, 2003 Issue 


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• Religious brother gets 24 years to life in prison: Admits killing former Pulaski Franciscans provincial

• Manitowoc's Holy Innocents Men's Choir to celebrate 50th anniversary with Oct. 19 concert

• Rubinek Children's Choir from Czech Republic to perform Oct. 23 at St. Agnes, Green Bay

• U.S. Bishops' document urges Catholics to use consistent ethic of life as moral framework when voting

• Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Though dark night of soul is difficult, by facing them we are enriched in the end

• Charlie Martin -- Find peace when troubled: take time for daily prayer

• Msgr. Jim Lisante -- Even littlest things can bring great changes for humanity

• Fr. Richard McBrien -- Mother Teresa provides model to follow in whatever ways we can

• Mary Rose Remington -- Tell-tale signs it's time to consider new job

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Enthusiastic new bishop does plenty of visiting

On his first part-day he goes to school, pantry; meets press, employees, priests
photo of Bp. David Zubik at Holy Family School, Green Bay
SCHOOL TIME: Bp. David Zubik talks with second graders at Holy Family School during his Oct. 10 visit to Green Bay. (Rick Evans photo)
By Jeff Kurowski
Compass Assistant Editor

Bp. David Zubik met his first goal the day he was appointed to be the 11th bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay.

"I really wanted the chance to meet some of the outstanding people of Green Bay," he said. "I wanted to get out and do some visiting."

Following a meeting with diocesan employees and a press conference, Bp. Zubik visited Holy Family School and Paul's Pantry in Green Bay.

"I am truly honored, privileged and humbled to be in Green Bay," he said. "Anyone who knew I was coming here said it is a beautiful place and the people are out of this world."   Full story ...

S p e c i a l   C o v e r a g e :
Bishop David Zubik
named 11th bishop of Green Bay
photo of Bishop David Zubik
Bishop David Zubik

 • Enthusiastic new bishop does plenty of visiting
    On his first part-day he goes to school, pantry; meets press, employees, priests

 • New bishop has plans
    Spirituality, meeting people top the list
 • Sidebar: Biography

 • Wisconsin bishops welcome new appointment
    Some of the state's bishops have known him from earlier associations with him

 • Diocesan employees react with enthusiasm to new bishop
    They find him to be young, pastoral, warm, engaging and also enthusiastic

 • Bishop Banks' Corner --
    Still busy for next two months

 • Editorial -- Impressive choice
    The new bishop of the Green Bay Diocese makes a favorable first impression in visit

Previous coverage ...

10/10/2003 Compass Web issue coverage:

 • New bishop to lead Green Bay Diocese
    Pittsburgh Auxiliary Bishop David Zubik will succeed Bishop Robert Banks (includes photos)

 • Statement by Bishop David A. Zubik


Other News

Mass Times

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

 • Making quilts into Peruvian footbridges
    Oshkosh Sister puts sewing skills to use for Andes
 • Sidebar: Mission help

 • Youth team provides more than service
    St. Margaret Mary youth service group unties generations

 • New bishop has plans
    Spirituality, meeting people top the list
 • Sidebar: Biography

 • Wisconsin bishops welcome new appointment
    Some of the state's bishops have known him from earlier associations with him

 • Diocesan employees react with enthusiasm to new bishop
    They find him to be young, pastoral, warm, engaging and also enthusiastic


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Columns

 • Bishop Banks' Corner --
    Still busy for next two months

 • Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    October 19, 2003: Do you lack a sense of direction?

 • Editorial -- Impressive choice
    The new bishop of the Green Bay Diocese makes a favorable first impression in visit

 • Editorial -- Focusing on Instruction
    Six-part series will deal with Mass changes


Features

 • Foundations of Faith --
    Get minimum daily, and eternal, requirements

 • Saint of the Day --
    He built it, and they came

 • General Instruction of the Roman Missal --
    Part one of six: How to enrich our experience of Mass

 • Praying with Sunday's Scriptures

 • Calendar of Events



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