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

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Sister Urban Schumacher served with grace and love

Sister Urban Schumacher died on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021.  The former Ann Magdalen Schumacher was born on April 16, 1925, in Green Bay, daughter of the late Urban and Clara (Schauer) Schumacher. She... Read More

For the comfort and care of elderly people at McCormick

100 YEARS OF CARING:  Sister Joanne Williams is one of 73 Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross to have ministered at McCormick Assisted Living since its founding in 1921. Sister Joanne served at... Read More

Advent Evening of Reflection

CANCELED Our Associates and the leaders  of the Quad-Parish in Green  Bay will host an Advent  Day of Reflection on  Dec. 11 at    Annunciation Parish, 1087 Kellogg St.,   Green Bay. For more details... Read More

Sister Mary Paul Thetreau served out of love for Jesus

Sister Mary Paul Thetreau, age, 89, died on Sept. 20, 2021. The former Marian Agnes Thetreau was born on Dec. 16, 1931, in Marinette, Wis, daughter of the late Paul and Rose (Rebarchick) Thetreau.... Read More

Letters, pictures, sacramentals and everyday items

Artifacts help bring to life the Sisters’ rich history by Renae Bauer Fall 2021 Newsletter When the storytellers have passed on, who or what remembers their history? For the Sisters, that question is... Read More

Silence & Sunset: Embers from the Fire

We are pleased to announce the return of "Silence &Sunset," our summer in-person evening of reflection. Get the details    here ; however, registration is closed. Read More

Sister Marie Goretti has a love for people of all ages & abilities

Traditional teaching skills translate to other ministries by Renae Bauer Summer 2021 Newsletter It’s as if it happened yesterday.  Sister Marie Goretti Marcelle remembers the certainty she felt in... Read More

'Rusty's' call to religious life came as a dental assistant

Sister Rose Marie Buscemi, formerly Sister Cabrini, died on May 6, 2021. The former Rose Mary Buscemi was born on July 11, 1930, in Madison, daughter of the late Salvatore and Frances (Gandolfo)... Read More

Pandemic reminds us to treasure gifts from God and from one another

by Sister Ann Rehrauer,  Community President Spring 2021 newsletter Charles Dickens’ opening line of the classic novel, A Tale of Two Cities, parallels my reflections about this past year: “It was... Read More

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... Read More