Families & Schools of Discipleship Mission Team
The focus of this team is to provide a strong culture of Catholic discipleship and academic excellence in the schools, as well as discipleship and catechesis in religious education, youth ministry, young adult ministry and campus ministry. This team will assist and empower parents in building homes of discipleship and active engagement in their parish and school, ministries and communities.
Mission Team Leader
A more detailed list of contacts is available by clicking the underlined name of any office or mission team.
Mission Team Leader Contact Count: 1
Office of Campus Ministry Contact Count: 4
Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM) in the Diocese of Green Bay proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ on our college campuses by forming faith communities that gather together in prayer, service and fellowship. We nourish the faith while fostering intentional discipleship in Christ. We inspire responsible and passionate leaders for the Church and the world. We present opportunities for all to enter into a deeper relationship with Christ, allowing the students faith to be foundational and integral part of the collegiate experience. CCM supports students, faculty and staff in answering the call to live lives of holiness and joyfully witness to the Gospel.
Office of Camp Tekakwitha Contact Count: 2
Camp Tekakwitha is a year-round Catholic camp in Shawano, Wisconsin which serves people of all faiths through summer camp, school retreats, and a variety of group events. We welcome people of all ages to encounter Jesus Christ in an inclusive environment focused on deepening faith foundations, building long-lasting relationships, and experiencing new and exciting adventures through the ideals of the Catholic Church.
Camp Tekakwitha Website - WWW.CAMPTEKAKWITHA.ORG
Office of Catholic Schools Contact Count: 6
Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Green Bay are a community of parents, teachers, administrators, clergy and religious with values rooted in the Catholic faith, all working together to provide our students with a strong foundation to become missionary disciples. We assist Catholic schools in the formation of spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and social lives. The schools, in turn, provide opportunities for students, families, faculty, staff and board members to grow in a commitment to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.
Office of Children & Youth Faith Formation Contact Count: 3
As part of the Families and Schools of Discipleship Mission Team, the Office of Child and Youth Faith Formation supports, trains and partners with catechetical leaders and youth ministers in our parishes to form young missionary disciples who will dynamically and faithfully live and share our Catholic Faith all the days of their lives. We do this through programs, initiatives and events that equip, resource and train catechetical leaders, youth ministers, teachers, catechists and volunteer youth workers. In addition to these, we plan, organize and create programs, pilgrimages, retreats and experiences that evangelize, disciple, equip and catechize children and youth – forming and empowering them to become Missionary Disciples.
We offer resources and guidelines for Foundational Catechetical Certification, Confirmation, approved religion textbooks, curriculum, youth ministry, best practices, RE & YM newsletter and information on upcoming events – trainings, discipleship formation workshops, in-services, retreats, conferences and special events. pdf View the 2019-2020 calendar. (458 KB)
Office of Marriage, Family and Pro-Life Contact Count: 4
The Office of Marriage, Family Life and Pro-Life is in the business of promoting, strengthening and supporting marriage at all sages, not just engagement. Our office offers programming on a variety of topics for married couples and offers support to parishes in delivering the same.
Office of Youth Ministry Contact Count: 1
The Office of Youth Ministry at the Diocese of Green Bay desires to form youth and their parish leaders to Discover Jesus, Follow Jesus, Worship Jesus, and Share Jesus in response to an invitation from Bishop David Ricken to embark upon a journey into the new evangelization as missionary disciples. As Pope Francis says in the document Joy of the Gospel, “being a disciple means being constantly ready to bring the love of Jesus to others, and this can happen unexpectedly and in any place: on the street, in a city square, during work, on a journey." We encourage the formation of youth disciples through the variety of trips we offer, including Steubenville Youth Conferences, March for Life, and our local mission experiences of Love Begin Here. We also provide intentional discipleship training through our very own K.R.E.W.E. process for those teens looking to dive deeper in their faith and pass it on to their peers.