Saint Norbert Abbey Welcomes Refugees
As the situation overseas in Afghanistan continues, refugee aid groups are struggling to find housing for the thousands of evacuated refugees. This is also being done during one of the most challenging and expensive housing markets we have seen in years. Often there is a need for temporary housing until a more permanent solution can be secured. St. Norbert Abbey has opened its doors and is housing refugees during this transitional period.Continue reading
Reverend Conan Patrick Mulrooney, O. Praem.
June 23, 1931 – September 26, 2021 Father Conan Patrick Mulrooney, O. Praem., age 90, a member of the Norbertine Community of St. Norbert Abbey, De Pere, WI, and a Norbertine priest, passed into God’s eternal kingdom on September 26, 2021. Fr. Mulrooney was born…Continue reading
Saint Norbert Abbey Habitat for Humanity House Build
St. Norbert Abbey and Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity are pleased to announce a joint sponsorship to build a house for a local family on the west side of Green Bay. Groundbreaking for the new construction took place in October 2021 with the project to be completed in 2022.Continue reading