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 Official Newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, WisconsinJanuary 27, 2006 Issue 


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• Catholic women work to stop family violence

• Wisconsin Catholic Conference backs limits on public funding of contraceptives

• Governor vetoes expanding informed consent

• Superior bishop seeks healing in Hudson parish

• Supreme Court reverses abortion ruling

• Congress urged to curb Oregon's assisted suicide law

• Swiss Guards celebrate 500 years of service to pope

• Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Despite initial happiness, sin makes us sad

• Charlie Martin -- Put into action your resolutions for change

• Peggy Hamill -- UW experiments show Roe took us on wrong road

• Fr. John Dietzen -- What about the Tower of Babel?

• George Weigel -- Pope provides provocative answers on modernity

• Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk -- Ethical compromises led to scientific fraud

• Answers to questions about stem cell research

• Kids Chronicle: Jesus heals the sick and casts out unclean spirits

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Unified Green Bay school system plan delayed

No schools to close for 2006-07 unless parishes ask

By Tony Staley
Compass Editor

There will not be a unified school system for Green Bay area Catholic schools for the 2006-07 school year, Bp. David Zubik said Jan. 27 at a press conference.

In addition, Bp. Zubik said, none of the 13 Green Bay area Catholic schools will close or be consolidated this next school year unless the pastor and parish leaders request it for their school.

Work will continue on forming a single school system to take effect no sooner than fall 2007. Efforts also will begin to expand the vision of Catholic education to include Catholic day schools, religious education for public school students and adult education, Bp. Zubik said.   Full story ...


Roe vs. Wade remembered across diocese

Marches, rallies, prayer and Mass mark abortion anniversary

photo of Jerry Donaldson and his son, Sam, holding candles at march to commemorate anniversary of Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion
MARCHING FOR LIFE: Jerry Donaldson and his son, Sam, hold candles in Green Bay's Baird Place at a march to commemorate the Jan. 22 anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. (Rick Evans photo)

By Laurie Mueller
Compass Correspondent

STURGEON BAY -- More than 50 people of all ages, including families with toddlers, took part in a candlelight vigil and walk Friday evening, Jan. 20, to commemorate the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision legalizing abortion on demand.

Door County Right to Life, a local chapter of Wisconsin Right to Life, hosted the event, which began with prayer at the Door County Courthouse in Sturgeon Bay.

Greg Bojko, president of Door County Right to Life, reminded the group that the purpose of the silent walk was to pray for all those involved in abortion.

"This includes the health care workers who believe they are helping mankind, the mothers who are considering abortion, and those mothers who have had an abortion and are now suffering from the effects," Bojko said.   Full story ...

Other News

Mass Times
 • Bishop's mother dies Jan. 16
    Mrs. Zubik not afraid to talk with God, pray for many
    Sidebar: Bishop expresses gratitude in letter

 • Green Bay concert to aid school in Africa
    Jazz musicians support priests running mission
    in Gabon
    Sidebar: Helping in Africa

 • Bishop calls for discussions on U.S. Iraq policy
    U.S. Bishops official says nation is at crossroad in Iraq and must not stay
    too long

 • Pope calls for deeper understanding of love in first encyclical
    Love between couples needs to include concern and care for the other


Catholic Schools Week 2006 logoSpecial Section:
Catholic
Schools
Week

Jan. 29 - Feb. 4, 2006

 • Roncalli students called to service
    Lasallian Youth hope to donate 5,000 hours

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   of the Jan. 27 print edition, see this sidebar.


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Columns

 • Bridging the Gap by Bishop David Zubik --
    Bridging the Gap: SHE LIVES!

 • Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    January 29, 2006: We are all teachers through example

 • Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
    January 29, 2006: We cannot stand alone in battling evil

 • Editorial -- Wonderful chance
    Vatican Museums' exhibition in Milwaukee will bring church treasures
    close to home

 • Editorial -- Budget bill needs changes
    House and Senate both need to help poor

 • Eye on the Capitol --
    Roe invites commitment renewal


Features

 • Foundations of Faith --
    Name changes had nothing to do with innocence
    Biblical name changes indicated a change in a relationship with God

 • Saint of the Day --
    Still speaking to us today
    A 9th century monk could be patron of workaholics

 • Stewardship: A Way of Life --
    Stewardship saves parish money
    St. Therese Parish in Appleton wins national EPA Energy Star award
    Sidebar: How to save

 • Current Calendar of Events


Faces of Faith: Bishop's Appeal 2005 logo

Articles on Bishop's Appeal 2005


Bishop's Appeal tops target and sets record (Sept. 16, 2005)

Gifts top $4 million to support 2005 Bishop's Appeal (Apr. 29, 2005)

Reaching outside school walls (Apr. 8, 2005)

Covered by a big umbrella (Mar. 25, 2005)
  Sidebar: Amount raised so far

Service helps cash-strapped dig out of hole (Mar. 18, 2005)

Meeting the needs of burgeoning population (Mar. 11, 2005)

Compass brings news with Catholic perspective (Mar. 4, 2005)

Bringing the church to those with disabilities (Feb. 25, 2005)

• Bridging the Gap by Bishop David Zubik --
   Driving in the left hand lane (Feb. 25, 2005)

Campus ministry fuels students' growth in faith (Feb. 18, 2005)

Bishop's Appeal brings Faces of Faith to others (Feb. 11, 2005)
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