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 Official Newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, WisconsinJune 8, 2007 Issue 

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• Five Carondelet sisters with ties
to area celebrate jubilees

• Four School Sisters of St. Francis mark anniversaries

• New partial-birth abortion ban
bill planned

• Bishops back immigration reform

• Vatican going green
to save energy

• Originator of Mysteries of Light among four new saints

• Hitler, Pope Pius XII loathed
each other

• Pope readies documents on China and Latin Mass

• Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk -- Contraception tells a marital lie

• Fr. Ron Rolheiser -- Jesus offered us a model of tough love

• Stewards find ways to use
their gifts

• Charlie Martin -- Hope still shines when we're disenchanted

• Fr. John Dietzen -- Who and what are consecrated virgins

• Fr. Richard McBrien --
Imus was wrong in comments, right to apologize

• George Weigel --
Aftermath of papal comments shows need for clarification

• Kid's Chronicle -- Jesus rewards
a sinful woman

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NOTE: There will be no Compass issue published on June 15, 2007. The next issue will be June 22, 2007.

New since the print edition ...
-- Posted: 6/10/2007, 4:19 p.m. Central Time
-- Updated: 6/14/2007, 12:27 p.m. Central Time

Madison bishop says cathedral will be rebuilt on current site

New church will be bigger, face different direction

By Mary C. Uhler
Madison Catholic Herald

MADISON -- Bishop Robert C. Morlino said on Sunday, June 10, that St. Raphael Cathedral church would be rebuilt on the site of the present church in downtown Madison.

Bishop Morlino made the announcement at the conclusion of a Eucharistic Procession celebrating the Feast of Corpus Christi - the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ.   Full story ...

Pilgrims set out for shrines
in Eastern Europe

Bp. David Zubik leads 12-day tour to Poland, Austria and Germany

photo of Bp. David Zubik going over check list while Pamela and Mary Zipp and others prepare to leave on pilgrimage to Poland, Austria and Germany
READY TO GO: Bp. David Zubik goes over the check list while Pamela and Mary Zipp and others prepare to leave on The Compass pilgrimage to Poland, Austria and Germany. A photo gallery from the pilgrimage will be posted on The Compass Website after they return. (Rick Evans photo)

By Patricia Kasten
Compass Associate Editor

As they set off on a foggy June morning, 41 pilgrims found visions of the great shrines of Eastern Europe drawing them onward.

On June 1, they and Bp. David Zubik boarded a bus for the first leg in a 12-day pilgrimage to Poland, Austria and Germany. The trip, sponsored by The Compass, was tailored to highlight points dear to the heritage of northeast Wisconsin: including the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow and the birthplace of Pope John Paul II in Wadowice, Poland.

Many pilgrims were looking forward to seeing the sites in Poland.   Full story ...

Other News

 • President, pope prepare to meet Saturday
    The U.S. and Vatican have several shared views, but also differences over
    global issues

 • Media center moving to Silver Lake College
    Switch planned in July

 • Taking Green Bay to Washington, D.C.
    Nagel hopes to use collaboration model shown here

 • Planner off to Oshkosh
    Tom Donovan will work at two new eastside parishes

 • Compass wins six national awards
    Paper cited for overall excellence in competition

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 • Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    for June 10, 2007: Conversation and conversion at table
    for June 17, 2007: We all struggle with self-forgiveness

 • Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
    for June 10, 2007: Gospel reading is all about hospitality
    for June 17, 2007: Discover mercy through Reconciliation

 • Editorial -- Act as stewards
    Approaching climate change from an attitude of stewardship
    changes perspective

 • Editorial -- Making something happen
    Teen proves one person can change things

 • Eye on the Capitol -- School bus funding limit ideas ignore the common good


 • Foundations of Faith -- Once polemic, now objective, pastoral
    L'Osservatore Romano: Vatican paper's 146 years as 'genuine face
    of the church'

 • Saint of the Day -- Without this saint, Paul might not have been heard
    Barnabas played a role in getting the Gospel spread out from Jerusalem

 • Calendar of events

Sharing Our Faith: 2007 Bishop's Appeal logo

  Sharing Our Faith

  Articles on 2007 Bishop's Appeal

New team members seek to enhance Education in diocese (Mar. 30, 2007)
Church beckons after careers in business (Mar. 23, 2007)
TV Mass attracts faith-filled, loyal audience (Mar. 16, 2007)
Church of Green Bay to grow by 266 at Easter (Mar. 9, 2007)
Catholic Charities uses 'hands-on' approach to spread Gospel (Mar. 2, 2007)
Tigerton area parishes believe in youth ministry (Feb. 23, 2007)
Stewardship plan rests on foundation of prayer, service (Feb. 16, 2007)
Bishop's Appeal calls Catholics to stewardship (Feb. 9, 2007)
   Pie chart of Bishop's Appeal use
   Sidebar: Advancing the Mission update
   Sidebar: 2007 Bishop's Appeal facts

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