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Parish Mission: God Has a History of Using the Insignificant to Accomplish the Possible

March 20, 2017 - March 22, 2017

The theme for this year’s Parish Mission is God Has a History of Using the Insignificant to Accomplish the Possible.

All are welcome and invited to join us on the evenings of Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., for our Parish Mission.  You can come 1 night, 2 nights, or all 3 nights.  No need to RSVP, and there is no fee to attend.


Monday, March 20

Here I Am God, Send Me or Who?  Me?  You Must be kidding?

God has called some pretty ordinary folks to make a difference.   Together we will take a God’s-eye view of some hidden figures in scripture and their message for us today.

Sheila De Luca, Pastoral Associate of Resurrection Parish


Tuesday, March 21

Standing on Big Shoulders

We’ll examine the lives of four role models: Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day, Pope John XXIII, and Henri Nouwen.  All have provided us an example to follow as we strive to be closer disciples of Christ.

Tony Pichler, Co-Director for the Norbertine Center for Spirituality



Wednesday, March 22

Saints Alive!

This presentation uses scripture, story and song to show that we are all wired for holiness and called to be saints.  Being a saint has little to do with us, but rather with what God wants to do in and through us!

Fr. Dan Felton, Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia for the Diocese of Green Bay.  His presentation is titled


March 20, 2017
March 22, 2017


St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
2771 Oakwood Drive
Green Bay, WI 54304 United States
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