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 Official Newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, WisconsinSeptember 24, 2004 Issue 


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• Pastor of St. Margaret Mary Parish in Neenah resigns for health reasons; Fr. David Koch hopes to return to ministry in mid-December, possibly as a chaplain

• Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross at Bay Settlement hope to build new, smaller motherhouse to replace 64,000 square foot facility

• Vietnamese refugee family sponsored by St. Margaret Mary Parish in Neenah nearly 25 years ago is subject of book, Cuc: Flower of the Delta, by Peter Geniesse

• Bp. Zubik dedicates Lourdes High School and St. John Neumann Middle School construction and renovation in Oshkosh

• "There is apathy and complacency in this country about abortion," said Fr. Walter Quinn, OSA, of Priests for Life. "People look the other way. America won't stop abortion until America sees abortion."

• Arab militia attacks against black Africans in Darfur region of Sudan continue even after U.S. accused Sudanese government of genocide, human rights and aid officials say

• Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- The Da Vinci Code appeals to gnostic element within us and much about book is clearly wrong, so it should not be taken seriously

• Mary Rose Remington -- Sabbatical entails step in faith and chance to start anew

• Fr. John Dietzen -- Why Protestants don't use crucifixes

• Fr. Richard McBrien -- Islamic fundamentalism is true U.S. enemy

• George Weigel -- Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger's statement means Catholics must have serious reason for backing pro-abortion candidate

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President learning and telling Silver Lake story

Manitowoc college leader also wants to add to school's story
photo of Dr. George Arnold, first lay president of Silver Lake College in Manitowoc
FIRST LAY PRESIDENT: Dr. George Arnold is the first person to lead Silver Lake College who is not a Franciscan Sister of Christian Charity. (Silver Lake College photo)

By Tony Staley
Compass Editor

Since becoming president of Silver Lake College on July 1, Dr. George Arnold has been both learning and telling the Silver Lake story.

Now he's determined to expand that story by enhancing college offerings without losing sight of what Silver Lake College is and does.

He is interested in adding more residential students and expanding athletics and other student activities.

He's already made some low-cost changes - paint, adding ping-pong and pool tables at the student center and more recreational sports.

There are several things Arnold wants to preserve:

• Silver Lake as a primarily undergraduate liberal arts college. The difference between it and a university is that Silver Lake's faculty is dedicated to teaching, not to research, writing for professional journals and securing grants while leaving much of the teaching to graduate assistants, Arnold said.

• its Catholic identity and its "feel."

• the commissioned ministry program offered in conjunction with the Green Bay Diocese to prepare lay people for employment in church ministries, because it meets a real need, he said.   Full story ...

 • Sidebar: Biography

Other News

Mass Times
 • Debate continues over voting
    Various factions argue about just what the
    cardinal meant

 • Blast victim's father to speak
    Bud Welch will talk on 'From Rage to Reconciliation'
    at the diocese's annual Gathering
    Sidebar: Diocese gathers

 • Donations, volunteers team to welcome refugees to new home
    Motel donates furnishings

 • 'This is a time for mobilization'
    Fr. Frank Pavone visits Green Bay with call to action before the election


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Columns

 • Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    September 26, 2004: What really matters in the eyes of God?

 • Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Richard Ver Bust --
    September 26, 2004: Disciples 'fight the good fight of faith'

 • Editorial -- Wise words
    Fr. Andrew Greeley offers some insights and we would do well to pay attention
    to them

 • Editorial -- Making his mark
    Employee leaves a good legacy for diocese

 • Guest Column by Adam Campbell --
    New seminarian eager to serve
    Week in Chicago changed his life by awakening him to the call to stewardship


Features

 • Foundations of Faith --
    Is having blue blood bad for sainthood causes?
    Monarchs rarely make the cut if it comes to canonization

 • Saint of the Day --
    Evangelizing in England
    Honorius not only led, he appointed other leaders

 • Calendar of Events


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