Diocesan Facilities
Diocesan Pastoral Center | Catholic Diocese of Green Bay

The Diocese of Green Bay central offices are at 1825 Riverside Drive in the Village of Allouez. There are four main buildings: Chancery, Bona Hall, Melania Hall and St. Joseph Chapel. (Download printable map)

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Retreat Centers
 

Camp Tekakwitha Retreat and Conference CenterCamp Tekakwitha

St. Joseph Formation Center (formerly St. Joseph Retreat Center)St. Joseph Formation Center

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good HelpThe National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help

Northeastern Wisconsin is home to six Catholic retreat centers and one national shrine.

The Diocese of Green Bay owns and operates:

  • St. Joseph Formation Center in Baileys Harbor (Door County)
  • Camp Tekakwitha Retreat and Conference Center (near Shawano)
  • The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion (Northeast Brown County)

The other Catholic retreat centers are owned and operated by religious orders or private, nonprofit boards.

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Camp Tekawitha Retreat and Conference Center

Camp-Tek-new-logoThere have been a few changes since we welcomed our first group of young ladies in 1926. Camp is co-ed. Rustic buildings have been updated to allow for year round use. Most campers don’t have to use train service to travel to camp. But, we still rest on a foundation of Faith, Friends and Fun.

Visitors to Camp Tekakwitha experience the presence of God in a beautiful natural setting. Relationships flourish at camp through participation in programs and simply by having the time to relax, listen and share with others.

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Catholic Charities Offices

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Catholic Charities has five full-time offices, in Green Bay, the Fox Cities, Manitowoc, Marinette and Oshkosh, and three outreach offices, in Sturgeon Bay, Waupaca and Wautoma:

Main Office

Green Bay
1825 Riverside Dr.
P.O. Box 23825
Green Bay, WI 54305-3825
(920) 272-8234 or 877-500-3580 (from 920 and 715 area codes)
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McCormick Assisted Living

McCormick Assisted Living exterior

 

An Assisted Living Community, Filled With Life

McCormick Assisted Living logoMcCormick Assisted Living is a community where potential and possibilities come to life. Combining the benefits of a caring team with an independent atmosphere, we enrich residents' lives by supporting their social, physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

Website: mccormickassistedliving.com

A Ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay Since 1921

A Catholic Oriented CBRF/Assisted Living Residence, offering Independence when you want it, and Compassionate Care when you need it."

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Cemeteries

catholic_cemeteries_logoCatholic cemeteries in the Diocese of Green Bay -- both parish and diocesan -- help families care for their deceased loved ones and perform one of the seven corporal works of mercy: Burying the dead.

For Catholic Cemeteries, assisting families in their time of need, burying the deceased and caring for their resting places is a sacred religious function whose origins go back to the early Church.

Allouez Catholic Cemetery and Chapel Mausoleum

catholic_cemeteries_logoCatholic cemeteries in the Diocese of Green Bay -- both parish and diocesan -- help families care for their deceased loved ones and perform one of the seven corporal works of mercy: Burying the dead.

For Catholic Cemeteries, assisting families in their time of need, burying the deceased and caring for their resting places is a sacred religious function whose origins go back to the early Church.

Allouez Catholic Cemetery and Chapel Mausoleum | Interactive Map

2121 Riverside Dr.
Green Bay, WI 54301-2397

Mary Breivogel
Administrator
Phone: (920) 432-7585
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help

National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help LogoAt a news conference on Aug. 15, 2016 -- the feast of the Assumption -- Bishop David Ricken announced that the only approved Marian apparition site in the United States is now the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops approved the designation.

Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help™ Chapel exteriorOn Oct. 9, 1859, Adele Brise, a young Belgian woman said the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to her at Champion in Brown County, northeast of Green Bay. She said Mary asked her to teach religion to children. Soon, her father built a chapel on the site and Adele started a school and a community of women to teach in it.

Bishop Ricken announced on Dec. 8, 2010, that he officially approved the Marian apparitions during a special Mass for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

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