Take action against threats to our religious liberty
The Catholic Church is the largest charitable and social services organization in the United States. Through its works of charity and justice, Catholics give witness to their faith while building up the common good. However, recent proposed changes to federal regulations would make it more difficult for Catholics and other people of faith to carry out this essential work, while remaining faithful to their conscience. To learn more about these proposed regulations and how you can provide input before they go into effect, please visit
Hearts Filled with Hope – Bishop’s Appeal 2022
When you give to the Bishop’s Appeal, you support the mission and many ministries of our Diocese. Your gift provides resources to our parishes. You support our faith formation programs and Catholic schools. The counselors at Catholic Charities are able to care for those struggling in life because of your generosity. Thank you!
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.
Sunday Mass with Bishop David Ricken on WFRV Local 5
For those unable to attend Mass in-person right now, please advise that Sunday Mass With Bishop David Ricken will be moving to 10:30 a.m. starting February 13. All are invited to tune in every Sunday morning to WFRV-Channel 5 and pray with us from wherever you are!
Reconnect to Inspire
- Bishop David L. Ricken reinstates obligation to attend Sunday Mass (7/15/21)
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Diocese of Green Bay Press Releases
- July 8, 2022 | Diocese sets school/religious education policy on human sexuality following Catholic teaching
- February 1, 2022 | Bishop’s Appeal campaign to launch Feb. 5-6 to benefit diocesan ministries
- September 28, 2021 | Catholic Schools See Increased Enrollment for 2021-2022
- September 17, 2021 | Statement of Wisconsin Bishops on welcoming Afghan refugees