The Diocese of Green Bay is reopening and we are happy to provide support and resources to our parish and school leaders and all the faithful throughout the 16 counties we serve.
The diocese is reconnecting to inspire in a phased way, always keeping in mind the health and safety of those in our parishes, schools and communities. The following guiding principles will continue to influence our decisions. We will continue to balance bold faith and prudent safety, monitor data and provide measured responses, encourage collaboration between our diocesan monitoring team and local pastor/pastoral leader and continue to follow the process of a phased approach to ministry.
Follow the links below for the latest updates from the diocese. You'll find resources for you, your families, and your parishes and schools during this time.
Reconnect Group Leaders Guide & Session Outlines | Reconnect groups are brief four-week sessions held both digitally and in-person which aim to provide an opportunity to regather as a community, become reacquainted with others, and share one’s personal experience living through the pandemic.
DPI School Toolkit - DPI has created this document to offer schools guidance regarding considerations, strategies, and rationale for making decisions. The tools provide school nurses and school staff with resources to implement the strategies.
School Statements Related to COVID Exposures | Samples of messaging should your priest, a school staff member or a student test positive for COVID-19, is exposed to someone who has tested positive or is awaiting test results.
Guidebook to Re-Open(Updated 5/25/21) | A guide for schools to use when planning for reopening that addresses all areas that need to be reviewed
Launched in March to keep the faithful of the diocese informed and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, this website provides useful resources for parishes, schools and families. You'll find spiritual, parish ministry, family, religious education/youth ministry, and health guideline resources located on the website.