Thank you to all who came out to support the Concert for Ukraine on June 27. Three of Green Bay community’s bands and a church choir generously joined forces to provide an evening of entertainment to raise funds for relief for Ukrainian refugees. Entertainment consisted of the following.
- “7000apart” (7000apart.com) is a husband-wife pop duo, composed of high school sweethearts hailing from Green Bay and Stockholm, Sweden. Their debut album has streamed over 130,000 times on Spotify and the couple has performed throughout the Midwest and Sweden.
- “Speako Chords” (www.facebook.com/speakochordsacoustic) plays a variety of music, including pop, classic rock, bluegrass, and folk. The two-person band utilizes violin, guitar, and vocal talents.
- “KN ZAVOR” (https://www.facebook.com/GrupoMusicalConSabor) is an eight-piece band specializing in Latin music of all stripes. From cumbia and timbal to salsa and polka, the band brings the upbeat relaxation of a Cabo vacation to northeast Wisconsin for every audience to enjoy.
- The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Choir, (a ministry of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, https://www.facebook.com/SEASGB), consists of approximately 50 men and women of one of the area’s larger congregations. Its repertoire ranges from Renaissance motets to gospel to modern choral works. Check out their virtual performances during the peak of the pandemic at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Choir Videos.
If you’d like to make a donation, scan the below QR Code or mail a check to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish with the notation “Concert for Ukraine” in the memo, to 2771 Oakwood Drive, Green Bay, WI 54304. Please continue to pray for the Ukrainian people and ask for God’s intervention in this senseless war levied against them by Russia.
There are services, support, and material help for women who are pregnant and families in need.
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All are welcome to participate in the Synod by completing a questionnaire—The Gauging the Spiritual Health and Wellbeing of the People and Relationships in the Greater Green Bay Area at https://etkg.questionpro.com/WSEYD1-2?custom1=SEAS. Invite other family and friends, including those who no longer feel a connection to the Catholic Church, to participate. The results of this anonymous questionnaire will be shared within the community and will also be sent to the Diocese and to Rome. We want your voices and hearts to be heard! For more about the Synod, please see Sr. Marla Clercx’s, ANG, reflection in the May 15 bulletin.
Welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish! Our parish community strives to help you feel welcomed, valued, and enriched in Christ. No matter what stage of growth – or challenge – you are experiencing, you have much to offer our community of faith. Together we can grow as Christian Catholics! After reading more about us, come and join us in person this weekend.
Sister Marla Clercx, ANG, is our Pastoral Leader. She served as Pastoral Leader at St. John, Gillett; St. Michael, Suring; and the Chapel at Chute Pond. As a highly respected leader in our diocese, she brings a new dimension of pastoral care and vision to our faith community.
- Fr. John Van Deuren celebrates Masses with us on weekdays on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Fr. Bob Karuhn celebrates Masses with us on weekdays on Thursdays and Fridays.
A welcome message from Sr. Marla Clercx
(as of April, 2022)
- The two far south sections (closest to the confessional and Seton Chapel) are for people with masks only.
- Hand sanitizer is available.
- Masks are encouraged.
- There is no need to RSVP for any of our Masses.
- All need to enter the church building through the set of main doors which are labeled #1.
- If you requested the Mass intention and would like to bring up the gifts, prior to Mass, let the ushers know that the Mass is for your intention and that you’d like to do this.
- Distribution of the precious blood at Communion has not resumed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- At this time, weekday Masses are in the main worship area. The gifts of bread and wine are not brought up during the offertory at weekday Mass.
“Jesus is as a fire in the very center of our souls ever burning.
Yet, we are cold because we do not stay by it. “
Words of wisdom from our patron saint submitted by parishioner Mary B.
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