Remembering & Praying for Pope Benedict XVI
On the morning of Saturday, December 31st, we learned Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI had been called to eternal life. On the same day, Bishop David L. Ricken recorded the video message viewable here to the right. This and a press release linked in the button below share some of Bishop Ricken's thoughts and reflections at this time. Read more here in THE COMPASS and look for more information forthcoming about Pope Benedict XVI's funeral Mass to be held on January 5, 2023. Together, we give thanks to God for the life and ministry of Pope Benedict XVI and pray for the repose of his soul.
Entrust - Disciples on Mission Retreat
During this intensive experience, attendees will receive the vision, formation, and practical knowledge in how to carry out the process of spiritual multiplication. Thanks to the generosity of the Bishop’s Appeal, this retreat is free of charge for staff, volunteers, and parishioners within the Diocese of Green Bay.
Gather. Pray. Listen. Synod 2021-2023
Synodality means asking "How can we as a Church grow and journey together?" During this worldwide synod, we are all called to listen to the promptings Holy Spirit. Share your story and ideas for how we can journey together as a Church at www.gbdioc.org/synod and click the following link to download a PDF copy of the latest Synod update as published in the December 2nd, 2022 edition of The Compass : pdf Synod 2022 Compass Insert (2.54 MB) .
Sunday Mass with Bishop David Ricken on WFRV Local 5
All who are hospitalized or in a assisted living facilty, incarcerated, or otherwise physcially unable to attend Mass in person are welcome to tune in for Sunday Mass With Bishop David Ricken every Sunday at 7:30 a.m. on WFRV-Channel 5. Please pray with us from wherever you are!
Diocese of Green Bay Press Releases
- December 31, 2022 | Message from Bishop Ricken on the Death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI