Sixth in a series on the Bishop's Appeal
By Fr. Tom Long
"Bishop had a beginning like any of us."
That realization, spoken by a man applying to become a seminarian for the Diocese of Green Bay, summarized the feeling of all 10 young men who gathered recently to talk with Bp. David Zubik about the priestly vocation.
The Catholic Men's Discernment Group meets the first Friday evening of each month at the Ecumenical Center at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Bp. Zubik visited the group March 3 to share his wisdom and answer some questions from the men who are seeking God's direction in their lives.
Wisconsin bishops pleased with decision
to ask voters to decide on November 7
Official: Observing St. Patrick's Day
S. Dakota abortion ban hailed
Governor signs bill paving the way for Supreme Court ruling
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Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
March 12, 2006: Parallel stories of joys and sorrows
Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
March 12, 2006: A practical color for transfiguration
Editorial -- Good beginning
Events early in 2006 have been good news about curbing
abortion on demand law
Editorial -- Paying attention to signs
New Orleans providing lessons for U.S.
Eye on the Capitol --
There are good reasons to help immigrants to the U.S.
Bishop Robert Morneau --
Prayer invites us on a journey from self to God (Lent)
God speaks to us all the time; it is up to us to discern and respond
Fr. James Neilson --
Artist challenges, invites our response (Lent)
Masterpiece brings us into the burial of Christ
Expressions of prayer found on videos (Lent)
Praying with Sunday's Scriptures (Lent)
Sidebar: Readings for the Week
Current Calendar of Events
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