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 Official Newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, WisconsinFebruary 27, 2004 Issue 


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• Pope's Lenten message: Jesus calls us to treat children justly in families, church, society

• Green Bay principal makes good on promise to eighth graders: St. Thomas More's Barbara Schneider sports pink spiked hair, odd outfit while doing chicken dance

• Sean and Rachel Duffy flirted with fame in cast of MTV's The Real World: But the Ashland residents remain grounded in Catholic faith

• Two Rome liturgical experts offer recipe for better liturgies: Let the symbols speak, get people to participate, ensure what happens in church connects with their lives

• Catholic Relief Services says its food is running low in Haiti: Fresh deliveries threatened by unrest

• Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Cross reveals unconditional love God has for us

• Msgr. Jim Lisante -- Lenten practices of contrition, forgiveness are useful all year

• Mary Rose Remington: -- U.S. soldiers in Iraq need our prayers to battle deadly enemy of suicide

• Charlie Martin -- Certain relationships can be toxic; we have to decide how to act when in one

• Fr. John Dietzen -- Answering question on myth and the Bible

• Fr. Richard McBrien -- After years of neglect, apologetics is coming back in the church

• Notre Dame Academy junior keeping options open but leaning towards medical field: Max Costello attended National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine

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Camp draws generations of diocesan youth

Bishop's Appeal helps make summer fun for young people
photo of Camp Tekawitha discussion group

DISCUSSION GROUP: Camp Tekawitha includes many activities, including daily religion classes for the young campers. (Josh Diedrich photo)

Fourth in a series on Bishop's Appeal 2004

By Joanne Flemming
Compass Correspondent

For many adults and children in northeastern Wisconsin and beyond, their happiest summers were spent at the Green Bay Diocese's Camp Tekawitha near Shawano.

"Tekawitha was a wonderful childhood memory," Mary Beth O'Donnell McKibben of Littleton, Colo., said recently in a letter to the diocese.

For Diane Baye Baumgart of Kaukauna, the camp was the place where she learned "to have fun" and "to take chances." It was the place that "reinforced (the idea) that I was OK."   Full story ...

  • Sidebar: Bishop's Appeal
  • Sidebar: Appeal at 30%

Other News

Mass Times

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

 • 'Passion' film earns plaudits (Lent)
    Bp. David Zubik is among those who attend a special
    preview of Mel Gibson movie

 • Retired priests don't stay home
    Priest shortage leads to senior priests traveling
    the diocese for Masses
   • Sidebar: Interested?

 • Book helps youth on Lenten journey (Lent)
    Reflections and activities provided for each of the 40 days of Lent

 • De Pere Abbey reports abuse stats
    In past 111 years, 16 Norbertine priests accused of misconduct

 • Bp. Zubik: 'Passion' shows God's love (Lent)

 • Lenten Wish List -- For Lent, giving up can mean giving to others (Lent)


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Bishop's Appeal 2004

Camp draws generations of diocesan youth
    Bishop's Appeal helps make summer fun for young people
  • Sidebar: Bishop's Appeal
  • Sidebar: Appeal at 30%

Previous articles ...

from the Feb. 20, 2004 issue:
Befriending persons in need
    Bishops Appeal helps to provide training in parishes for those who assist
    others

from the Feb. 13, 2004 issue:
Diocese helps engaged prepare for marriage
    Family Life Office works with parishes to assist couples in learning skills
    for marriage

from the Feb. 6, 2004 issue:
Appeal theme mirrors Catholic way of life
    Believers are called to offer a helping hand to Appeal and daily
  • Pie chart of Bishop's Appeal use

Bridging the Gap by Bishop David A. Zubik --
    Blockbuster action and beyond
    Offering a helping hand at a cold time in someone's life


Lent
 • 'Passion' film earns plaudits

 • Bp. Zubik: 'Passion' shows God's love
 • Review of 'The Passion'

 • Book helps youth on Lenten journey

 • Reflection on the Readings
    by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    Leave the door open for God's visit

 • Explaining the Scripture
    by Fr. Richard Ver Bust --
    Christ is cornerstone, foundation

• Foundations of Faith --
   Silence brings new dimension
to Mass prayer


• Tom Rinkoski --
   Making sacred space in our homes

Praying with Sunday's Scriptures

Lent articles from previous issues:
Feb. 20, 2004 issue


2004 Lenten Wish List Lenten Giving/Easter Joy Wish List


Help Wanted Ads

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Columns

 • Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    February 29, 2004: Leave the door open for God's visit (Lent)

 • Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Richard Ver Bust --
    February 29, 2004: Christ is the cornerstone and foundation (Lent)

 • Editorial -- Right decision
    Green Bay Diocese and St. Norbert Abbey were right to disclose abuse
    information

 • Editorial -- Broadening the scope
    Sexual abuse problem goes far beyond church

 • Eye on the Capitol --
    Immediate action needed to save low-cost senior housing


Features

 • Foundations of Faith --
    Silence brings new dimension to Mass prayer (Lent)
    Moments of silence are more than a break in the action

 • Saint of the Day --
    Forgotten saint formed Code
    Chrodegang's Code of Canons toughened up the priesthood of his time

 • Tom Rinkoski --
    Making sacred space in our homes (Lent)
    The smallest room in our home offers us a chance for spiritual reflections

 • Praying with Sunday's Scriptures (Lent)

 • Catholic film office reviews 'The Passion' (Lent)

 • Calendar of Events


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