|Only in the Print Edition ...
| Emphasis at Trinity St. Joseph School is on consolidation, not on closing
Students from St. Anthony Parish, Niagara, learn about vocations
Five Notre Dame Academy students are National Merit Scholarship finalists
Stage set for major abortion ruling, says Notre Dame law professor
Judge may cap claims in Portland Archdiocese's bankruptcy over sexual abuse claims
Sweeping reform may have begun in the Roman Curia, the church's central offices
Liturgy of the Hours ranks second only to the Eucharist as communal prayer
Catholic church music must speak to young people
Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Gethsemane stands as the place where we are put to the test
Charlie Martin -- Love should bring out the best in us
Fr. Richard McBrien -- Evolution poses no threat to our belief in God
George Weigel -- Congressional Democrats who signed a new statement are duplicitous
True Girl magazine aims for a true image of Catholic girls
Death and Dying
Articles found only in the special section of the print edition:
Appleton man committed to remembering the deceased
Mourning a miscarriage helps the healing process
The grief journey changes and challenges us
Our presence provides hope
to a grieving friend
Green Bay couple take new approach to funeral service
Unity Hospice provides free support programs
Hospice emphasizes quality
There are many reasons for an estate plan
Subscribe to print edition
Students choose mission over Florida beaches
Ten from UWGB Ecumenical Center will spend spring break helping at diocesan mission
|READY TO GO: Molly Bloom (lower left), Brittany Wolfe, Angela DeLucia and Jennifer Feyen are among 10 students from the UWGB Ecumenical Center who will spend their spring break helping at the diocesan mission in the Dominican Republic. (UWGB Ecumenical Center photo)
Seventh in a series on the Bishop's Appeal
By Anthony Malcore
Ten students from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Ecumenical Center will spend their spring break not on a Florida beach, but in service to parishioners in the Green Bay Diocese's mission at Elias Piña in the Dominican Republic.
The students will spend the week of March 17-26 working on an aqueduct system, painting buildings and digging latrines.
The purpose of the Alternative Spring Break trip, which is supported in part by the Bishop's Appeal and a grant from the Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of Green Bay is "to serve those most in need" and "to share in a culture very different from our own, learn about this culture, and reflect on the experience in light of their faith." Full story ...
Bishop: Put poor first in budget
Congress told that morally they must meet
Retired collection hits record
Catholics in the diocese gave $418,438
to assist religious
Church starts site to debunk 'Da Vinci Code'
Gives accurate information
Cooperation plan work begins
Parishes, schools, diocesan agencies join in the effort
Help wanted ads
Bridging the Gap by Bishop David Zubik --
Bridging the Gap: The N.A.C.
Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
March 19, 2006: Morality is more limited than religion
Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
March 19, 2006: Remembering helps us to believe
Editorial -- Teaching tool
Vatican exhibit at Milwaukee museum is a great help for our journey
Editorial -- Reaping what we sow
Furor over terminals is a natural outcome
Lent changes: During Lent, Everyday People, Everyday Faith articles will run in place of regular features such as Foundations of Faith and Saint of the Day. Those features will return after Lent. Read complete explanation in Feb. 24 issue.
Sr. Ann Rehrauer, OSF --
Mass, Office tell us we are saved as community (Lent)
We do not stand alone but as a group before God behind Jesus
Rose Denissen --
Mass - Great way to start day (Lent)
'Joining community reminds me of my role in the Body of Christ'
Videos focus on communal prayer (Mass, Liturgy of the Hours) (Lent)
Praying with Sunday's Scriptures (Lent)
Sidebar: Readings for the Week
Calendar of events
2006 Bishop's Appeal