By Patricia Kasten
GREEN BAY -- In a ceremony steeped in tradition, full of the sights and sounds that mark the Catholic Church - along with a touch of country western music and a nod to Titletown's football heritage - Bishop David L. Ricken became the 12th Bishop of Green Bay on Aug. 28 in St. Francis Xavier Cathedral.
"With faith in our Lord, Jesus Christ, and with the love of God in my heart, I do accept the pastoral care of the people of God in the Diocese of Green Bay," the bishop said after the letter of apostolic appointment from Pope Benedict XVI was read by Archbishop Pietro Sambi, apostolic nuncio. Full story ...
Hundreds turn out for walk in support of immigrants
St. Norbert president sets goals for '08, '09
Bishop Ricken leads vespers service
Reflection on the Readings by Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
Explaining the Scripture by Fr. Michael Stubbs --
Editorial -- Election time
Editorial -- Synod on the Bible
Faithful Citizenship -- Guidelines for involvement in electoral politics
Foundations of Faith -- The Mass before Vatican II, and the Mass after
Saint of the Day -- Lima friar advised rich, poor
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