Allouez Catholic Cemetery
ALLOUEZ — Allouez Catholic Cemetery has been a part of Northeast Wisconsin’s landscape since the early 1800’s and is one of the oldest continually operating cemeteries in the Midwest. A true landmark in the Green Bay area, many of the community’s historical figures are laid to rest here. Local families are able to explore their roots and trace their heritage back to this unique place of remembrance. Families are able to choose the disposition and memorial plans which are most appropriate for them, including traditional ground burial, indoor and outdoor mausoleum entombment as well as a wide variety of dignified cremation alternatives. Contact a Family Service Counselor to discuss the emotional and financial advantages of pre-planning. 920-432-7585 or [email protected].
Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity
MANITOWOC — Franciscan Sisters serving Catholic education, health care and community/parish services in a diversity of rewarding environments. Our Charism comprises Simplicity, Joyful acceptance of poverty, Love for the Church, Selfless dedication to others. The world needs you. God calls you. We invite you. https://fscc-calledtobe.org 920-682-7728 or [email protected]
McCormick Assisted Living
GREEN BAY — McCormick Memorial Home, a state-licensed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF), has been providing assisted living services to men and women of all faiths since 1921. Located in Allouez, a beautiful tree-shaded neighborhood between Green Bay and De Pere, McCormick Memorial Home’s warm, friendly and comfortable atmosphere is a place residents call home. Contact us at 1-920-437-0883 or visit us online at www.mccormickmemorialhome.com
Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother
OSHKOSH — We are an international community of Catholic women religious who desire to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ, following in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi. Mary, who stood under the cross of her Son, is our model of faith, contemplation and compassion in ministering to those in need. Founders of Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh, we have had a health care presence in the diocese since 1891. Contact us at 920-230-2040 or [email protected].
St. Norbert Abbey
Sacred Place for Spiritual Growth and Renewal
DE PERE — Between Webster Avenue and N. Broadway in De Pere, Wisconsin, are 160 acres of both natural and landscaped beauty, at the center of which stands St. Norbert Abbey—not only a distinguished landmark five miles south of Green Bay, but also home to the Norbertine community. With daily liturgies and prayer within the magnificent abbey church, programs and retreats offered through the Norbertine Center for Spirituality, concerts, and art displays, St. Norbert Abbey provides a welcoming environment to pray, learn, reflect, and deepen one’s relationship with God. We hope you will join us. For more information, visit our website at www.norbertines.org or call 920.337.4300.