Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross in Green Bay, WI

 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

UPDATED JUNE 4, 2021 -- For the safety of all, visits are by appointment and are outside only. Please call the resident you wish to visit to coordinate a date and time. Other restrictions apply. Daily and Sunday Masses are still limited to Sisters only. Medical support visitors and deliveries are allowed. Thank you.

 

 

Recent News

Feb05

Drawing closer to the Paschal Mystery during Lent

Three actions renew our lives in Jesus’ salvation by Renae Bauer Prayer. Fasting. Almsgiving. The mere mention of these words will shift a Christian’s mind to Lent.  As our Church begins the 40-day...

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Feb04

Forest Dwelling: Spirituality for our wisdom years

Newly formed program emphasizes the gifts to appreciate and share in maturing by Sister Jane Riha In my early 70s, I realized that there were new choices to be made at this season of my life. I...

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Feb04

Franciscan Crown Rosary: A bridge to Mary during Lent

The Franciscan Crown Rosary is a seven-decade rosary dedicated to either the Seven Joys or Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary. For Lent, we pray the Seven Sorrows, listed below. Begin with the...

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Jan07

Repair our democracy

(Jan. 7, 2021) -- As members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross stand with the other more than 1300 leaders of Catholic Sisters...

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Dec10

Annual collection helps in caring for vowed religious

by Sister Mary Kabat With the U.S. Bishops I again ask for your help this year for our retired Sisters and for all men and women religious throughout the United States.  Like me, you may have been...

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Nov05

Advent Evenings seek blessings of a difficult year

COVID-19 entered our lexicon with a tsunami-like force in 2020. We now wear face masks and apply hand sanitizers. We call friends and family instead of visiting in person. Maybe we’ve learned to make...

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Mission

Rooted in the Cross, Word, and Eucharist ... compassionately responding through prayer, presence, and hospitality.