Saint Patrick's Oratory Groups

St. Patrick's Oratory - Sursum Corda Young Adult Group

Meets on the First Friday each month

Meetings are held immediately after the 6:00 p.m. Mass on the First Friday of each month in O'Brien Hall. Please bring your own dinner and beverages.

 More info/questions call Rebecca at 715-927-4248. 

Confraternity of Christian Mothers
10th Anniversary 2009 - 2019
Meets on the First Saturday of each month for 9 a.m. Holy Mass, Canon's spiritual instructions, & pray official prayers together after Mass. (except in January or July)

Special times on first Saturday, November 2 because it is the feast of All Souls Day.

9:45 a.m. - Meeting in church for our prayers
10:00 a.m. - Canon's spiritual instructions for mothers
11:00 a.m. - Solemn High Mass - with Monsignor Wach
After Mass - Meeting in O'Brien Hall; our topic of discussion this mont is "Discussing the Last Four Things and Obtaining Indulgencees with Our Children" Let's share our ideas and experiences for teaching our children about death, Purgator, and how to pray for the poor souls.

The annual Solemn Reception of new members is always on the feast of their primary Patroness, Our Lady of Sorrows, September 15. To find more information about the Confraternity of Christian Mothers at St. Patrick Oratory click HERE to be directed to their website.

 

The Company of the Immaculate

Saint Patrick's Oratory's Catholic girls' group: Meets on First Saturday every other month: August, October, December, February, April, and June.

WHO: Girls ages 5 and up. Younger girls are also welcome if an older sibling or parent is present. WHY: To find a little school of sanctity and friendship; learn how to love God and neighbor in a concrete way; learn the importance of winning souls, of prayer, of sacrifice and charity; learn how to sanctify the joy of living. Thus, they will grow today into the happy and holy young women who will be tomorrow's strong pillars of the Church and of society.  WHAT: Holy Mass, Confessions, Faith formation, activities (e.g. charitable tasks, field trips, cooking, sewing, etc.) that any Catholic girl will find useful and enjoyable. WHERE: At St. Patrick's Oratory in Green Bay - WHEN: On the first Saturday every other month (August, October, December, February, April, June) from 9:00 a.m.— 1:30 p.m. 

REGISTRATION PACKAGE NEEDED (Waver, medical release, and rules FORMS) TO THE RECTORY (Mark "Att. Girl's Group" on the envelope.) These can be be requested by e-mail.  (GENERAL MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

UPCOMING MEETING
WHEN: Saturday,  October 5 after the 9:00 a.m. Holy Mass
WHERE: Hillside Apples - 30 minutes east of St. Patrick's Oratory, in Casco, WI.
WHO: For all ages of girls, but under age 9 must be accompanied by a parent or parent appointed responsible adult. (Laura & Rachel are not available to act in this role.) 
WHAT: Approximate time frame: 10:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. We will be meeting at Hillside Apples at approximagely 10:45 a.m. and will be riding wagons to the orchard.

Each girl needs $3 for her apples. Please pack a sandwich or similar and a water bottle so we can have a picnic lunch with fresh apples and Carmel dip as a treat afterwards.

Parents are responsible for arranging their child(s) transportation to and from the Orchard. We are looking for 2 volunteers with Virtus training completed to help chaperone this outing. Please contact Rachel.

Come and join us for a morning of fun with friends! See you there!

RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for questions or if you are planning to attend. Thank you!

N. B. New members also  need to complete the additional paperwork. Contact Canon Boucheron to receive the forms.

 ** Please be sure to bring your own breakfast/lunches & beverages. Picnic tables are available. If you would like to purchase refreshments or food, they can be available at the concession stands as well.**

St. Michael's Patrol

St. Patrick's Oratory's Catholic boys' group meets on First Saturday every other month - August, October, December, February, April, and June.

WHEN: Saturday, October 5, after the 9:00 a.m. Holy Mass
WHERE: Meeting in O'Brien Hall
WHO: All boys ages 5 and up are welcome. Parents are encouraged to attend. Younger boys are welcome if an older sibling or parent is present.
WHAT: To be announced

**Please bring your own lunches & beverages**

Come and join us for a morning of fun with friends! See you there!


** Please be sure to bring your own breakfast/lunches & beverages.Picnic tables are available. If you would like to purchase refreshments or food, they can be available at the concession stands as well.**

Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are planning to attend.

St. Joseph Men's Group Event

WHEN: Tuesday, October 22 @ 6:45 p.m. (after 6:00 p.m. Mass)
WHERE: Rectory
WHO: This group event is open to the men of St. Patrick's Oratory who are 21 years and older
WHAT: "Questions for Canon"

This will be a "Question and Answer" Forum given by Canon Boucheron. The event will conclude with a Final Blessing by Canon at about 8:00 p.m.

Submit your questions (any topic) prior to the event directly to Canon.

Pizza will be served. Bring your own beverages.

Please plan to join Canon and the rest of the men for this event. This is a great opportunity to meet and socialize with other like-minded Catholic men from the Oratory. Hope to see you there!

Young Married Couple's Group 

Please join us as Canon Boucheron continues his new class called
"THE ART OF MARRIAGE"

WHEN: Friday, November 15, 2019 @ 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
WHERE: Bartolazzi Residence
WHO: Married Couples between the ages of 21 - 45
TOPIC: To be announced
WHAT: Make it a date night and let's talk about the many challenges we face in today's society as husbands, wives, moms and dads. New topices are discussed at every meeting. 

RSVP Danielle at (920) 660-5282 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

RSVP if you need a babysitter

St. Jerome Book Club 

WHEN: Monday, December 2, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
WHERE: The Rectory
WHO: Everyone is welcome to attend!
BOOK: Introduction to the Devout Life, by St. Francis de Sales
WHAT: Improving the knowledge of the faith is important; through spiritual reading and thoughtful discussion

If interested or questions, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Apologetics Book Club

Coming Soon - Held on alternating Saturdays throughout the academic year. Will resume in the fall ~ All are welcome to attend - 18 years and older - 6:30 p.m. in O'Brien Hall


Summer Activities
Camps and Retreats

for Youth, Teens, & Young Adults

Wausau (Wisconsin)

Saint Dominic Savio Camp

Young Boys 10 to 14: 
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Saint Therese Camp

Young Girls 10 to 14: 
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Green Lake (Wisconsin)

Saint Michael Camp

Boys 14 to 17:  
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All Registrations close 1 month prior to each camp. (There will be NO on-site registration and NO late applications will be accepted)

For more info, visit www.institute-christ-king.org

 

OPEN TO ALL

These summer camps are offered not only to boys and girls from our Apostolates of the Institute of Christ the King, but also to all boys and girls of the appropriate age provided that they understand and respect the goals, purposes, and norms of the Catholic Summer Camps organized for them.  During the camps we provide Catholic formation to young men and women by teaching them virtue, discipline, and love of God and neighbor, following above the spirit of St. Francis de Sales, who teaches that all men and women in all walks of life must aspire to holiness by learning to love the holy will of God.

ACTIVITIES
A variety of fun and safe youth activities will be provided for the formation and entertainment of the camp participants.  These activities include Mass, confessions, Rosary, faith formation, cooking contests, scavenger hunts, campfires, swimming, outdoor games, skits, music and much more. Safety is always be a main concern.  Children who do not abide by safety instructions or disrupt the discipline or good moral atmosphere of the camps by their poor behavior will be asked to leave.  (Parents will be called and asked to pick them up.)

OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE
The camps will be an outdoor experience. Be prepared. If you have a tent to share, please bring it.

FOOD
All meals will be provided by our special cooking teams. On the Registration Form, you will find space for you to indicate any food allergies that your child may have.

FEES
The participation fee is $75 per child. A family rate of $300 is all available to any family with four or more participants at either or both camps.

 REGISTRATION
You are registered ONLY when you have sent the Registration and Liability Forms and Payment to Saint Mary's Oratory.  Due to the material conditions of the campsite, the Camps have a maximum number of participants beyond which we will not be able to accept applications.

Click here for registration form

SIGN UP TODAY! 

Make checks payable to Institute of Christ the King.

YOUTH CAMP SUPPLIES LIST

Items to bring:
Tent (please be ready to share)
Personal modest clothing for five days
Two pairs of shoes or boots
Clean black shoes (for altar servers at Boys’ Camp)
Laundry bag
Rain gear
Sunscreen
Hat, or visor
Modest Swimsuit
Insect repellant
Sleeping bag
Pillow
Towels, Washcloths
Hairbrush/comb
Shampoo
Soap
Deodorant
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Bathroom supply bag/caddy (e.g. Ice cream pail works well)
Flashlight
Baseball glove and/or bat
Skit/talent ideas
Rosary

Optional Items:
Notepad and pen
Camera (non-cell phone)
Pocket knife (blade no longer than 2 ½”)
Sheathed camp hatchet.
Postage, postcards or letter-writing supplies
Day pack/fanny pack
Sunglasses
Musical instruments (safe storage is available)
Riding/bicycle helmet

Items NOT to bring:

Alcohol, tobacco products, and controlled substances—CAMPERS FOUND WITH THESE ITEMS WILL BE SENT HOME IMMEDIATELY
Portable electronic devices (e.g. computers, cell phone, music player, hand held electronic games)
Weapons or firearms, knives with blades longer than 2 ½”
Fireworks lighters or matches
Pets
Hair dye

ALL ITEMS LISTED ABOVE WILL BE CONFISCATED UNTIL END OF CAMP