Welcome to the Office of Divine Worship for the Diocese of Green Bay!
test Recently expanded and reestablished in June 2015, the Office works to provide liturgical and catechumenal (RCIA) resources for parishes, formation opportunities, and overall support for the liturgical and sacramental life of the parishes and agencies of the Diocese in serving Bishop Ricken as the chief liturgist of the Diocese.
The Office also assists in the coordination of Diocesan and Episcopal liturgies.
We look forward to continuing to expand our outreach and services as we continue to recognize the vital role of our worship within our Christian identity as we allow ourselves and our worshiping communities to be continually formed as true disciples of Christ by full, active, and conscious participation in liturgy and our rich tradition of prayer.
2019 Diocesan-Wide Fall Confirmation Liturgies
Sunday, October 13; Noon l 5pm
These liturgies are for any candidate unable to participate in their parish's Confirmation liturgy or for those who have been prepared as adults through a Diocesean or Parish proocess and are prepared for the sacrament.
Each liturgy is limited to approximately 60 confirmands (candidates).
Diocesan Holy Hour Resources 2019
NEW! Liturgical Suggestions 2019
The Office of Divine Worship offers suggestions to help celebrants and liturgists select texts from the Roman Missal based on the theme for that day. These are only recommendations unless the Roman Missal specifies a particular text.
For additional information/resources on worship and liturgy, please visit the
The Office of Divine Worship is a member of the
1825 Riverside Drive
Green Bay, WI 54301
P.O. Box 23825
Green Bay, WI 54305-3825
Phone: (920) 272-8342 | Fax: (920) 435-1330
Michael Poradek | Divine Worship Director
Clare Sturm | Divine Worship Coordinator
Arvilla Rusnak | Divine Worship
Phone: (920) 272-8341
1-877-500-3580, ext. 8341 (920/715 area codes)
Email Updates and Announcements
Major announcements and important information from the Office of Divine Worship are also distributed through the Parish Pages (Department of Communications) and the Chancery Bulletin (Chancellor's Office).