Organizations

SFA Parish & Ministry Booklet  (listing of all of our organizations)


 

 

 Council of Catholic Women at SFA (Vicariate 5)

The Green Bay Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (DCCW) was founded in 1924 at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral at the invitation of Bishop Paul Rhode, sixth bishop of Green Bay.

Its purpose is to support, empower, and educate all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership, and service, consistent with the teachings and tradition of the Catholic Church.

The women do service projects in the areas of church, family, international, community, legislation, and organization.

There are Councils Catholic Women at the parish, vicariate, diocesan, and national levels. The National Council of Catholic Women provides information on projects and activities that can be adapted for their parish and locality.  Parish affiliates include:

St. Ann Parish (St. Anna)

St. Anne  (Francis Creek)

St. Augustine (Kossuth)

St. Francis of Assisi (Manitowoc) - ACTIVE

Good Shepherd  (Chilton)

St. Gregory Parish (St. Nazianz) 

Holy Cross  (Mishicot) - ACTIVE

Holy Family  (Brillion) - ACTIVE

Holy Rosary  (New Holstein)

Holy Trinity Parish (School Hill) 

St.John-Sacred Heart (Sherwood)

St. Mary  (Clarks Mills)

St. Mary (Hilbert)

St. Mary (Stockbridge)

St. Michael (Whitelaw) 

Saints Peter and Paul  (Kiel) 

St. Peter the Fisherman (Two Rivers) - ACTIVE

St. Thomas the Apostle (Newton)

Activities:

  • Spring Collection for the Salvatorian Mission Warehouse in New Holstein
  • Marian Day (May 19th, 2016)
  • Day of Enlightenment (October)
  • Lick Domestic Violence Campaign (October)
  • Meetings are held in April and October at rotating parishes
  • To unite all parish and mission organizations of Vicariate V in the work of Catholic Action.
  • To assist the clergy in the work of Catholic Action.
  • To stimulate the work of the affiliate organizations and individual members to greater usefulness to the Vicariate members.
  • To serve as an agency through which women of the Vicariate may participate in the Diocesan and National Councils of Catholic Women. 
  • To unite all parish and mission organizations of Vicariate V in the work of Catholic Action.
  • To assist the clergy in the work of Catholic Action.
  • To stimulate the work of the affiliate organizations and individual members to greater usefulness to the Vicariate members.
  • To serve as an agency through which women of the Vicariate may participate in the Diocesan and National Councils of Catholic Women. 
Spiritual Advisor: Father Richard Klingeisen

For more information contact:

  • Patty Schram, President 684-0547  
  • Roxanne Dyzak, President-Elect,  794-8276  
  • Pat Korlesky, Secretary, 684-6735
  • Geri Berkovitz 682-5727