Jesus was clear about his ministry: he came to serve, not to be served.  In baptism all of us received the call to be FOR others, a call that was strengthened in Confirmation and continually renewed and nourished by the Eucharist.  Our sacramental life keeps us on track.

      As leaders we need a vision, a vision that implements the one stated in the Vatican II document Lumen Gentium: “By her relationship with Christ, the Church is a kind of sacrament or sign of intimate union with God, and of the unity of all humankind.  She is also the instrument of such union and unity” (#1). 

Here at Resurrection:

Our vision statement reads:

“We are a fully engaged parish whose hearts are opening,
minds are changing and lives are transforming.” 

We go on to articulate our mission statement:

“Becoming disciples of Jesus and stewards of God’s gifts.”

      In all of our planning and decision-making, we keep in mind this vision of oneness with God and harmony within our community and beyond. We do this by being fully engaged and living out our core values:

prayer, service, sharing, hospitality, learning and gratitude.

      As leaders we ask for the guidance of the Holy Spirit who enlightens, enkindles, and empowers us to hear and live God’s word. 

      All of this is grounded in prayer, both personal and liturgical.  We strive to put on the mind and heart of Jesus and to become disciples of his love and mercy.

      May we all one day hear those glorious words: “Well done, good and faithful servant [leader].” 

 Peace and joy in the Risen Lord,

+Robert F. Morneau

Pastor of Resurrection Parish

Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Green Bay

How can I repay the LORD for all the great good done for me?
— Psalm 116:12, New American Bible, Revised Edition

Our values

Prayer - Service - Sharing - Hospitality - Learning - Gratitude


We are a fully engaged parish whose hearts are opening, minds are changing and lives are transforming.

About us

Here are some details about our community. All are welcome to worship and encounter the sacred with us.

  • We are a Roman Catholic Christian parish and a parish of the Diocese of Green Bay.
  • We were founded in 1963 by founding pastor Fr. William Spalding.
  • Resurrection is currently home to over 1500 families and over 3500 members
  • We are blessed to support Fr. Allouez Catholic School with sites at Resurrection (Middle School) and St. Matthew (Elementary)
  • Fun Fact: Vince Lombardi and family were charter members of the parish.