How does Archives serve you?
The Archives collect, preserve, survey, appraise, arrange, describe, store, and provide access(when feasible) to records and papers about the Diocese and the Catholic community of northeast Wisconsin. These records date from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. While the Archives mainly serve the Diocese’s administration, staff, and parishes, Archives also assist scholars and family genealogists in accord with church, state, and federal laws and accepted archival practices. Archives can assist with genealogical research, obtaining a copy of your sacramental records, writing the history of your parish or doing research on the Diocese of Green Bay.
The Archives staff of the Diocese of Green Bay is happy to assist genealogists. We are here to serve you. Please use our GENEALOGY REQUEST FORM to begin.
1825 Riverside Drive
Green Bay, WI 54305-3825
Phone: (920) 272-8186, 272-8187, or 272-8195
Fax: (920) 435-1330
Olivia Wendt | Archivist
Brother Steve Herro, O. Praem. | Assistant Archivist
Betty Allen | Archives Administrative Assistant
The following are a list of pages and resources available on this site from Archives.