The Brown County Library previewed books recently by Wisconsin authors. Included is the book “Once in Love, Always in Love” by Father Richard Mauthe, namesake of the Mauthe Center (formerly the Ecumenical Center) located adjacent to UW-Green Bay. The following is the review in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “In 2010, the Ecumenical Center on the […]
Graduating seniors are invited to add their shoes to the UW-Green Bay “Shoe Tree.” It’s a Residence Life tradition, but when the original old oak near housing toppled in a storm, a new tree was designated closer to the Ecumenical Center. (Hence, the Bless My Sole ceremony set for Monday (May 9) from noon to […]
Our post yesterday about this week’s “Dozen Denominations Dinner” at the Mauthe Center was unclear as to the beneficiary of the fundraising event. All proceeds will go to the Center and this year’s special project involving clean water wells in the developing world. For additional info, read the Press-Gazette article or check the Center’s website.
The Richard Mauthe Center for Faith, Spirituality and Social Justice, previously known as the Ecumenical Center on the UW-Green Bay campus, will be holding a fundraising event called the “Dozen Denominations Dinner” at 7 p.m. Thursday (March 24). Local faith communities will prepare unique culinary specialties and UW-Green Bay students will provide entertainment for the […]
The Rev. Dr. Randy Argall, pastor at the First Presbyterian Church, will share his views on reformed spirituality. The event includes heavy appetizers, music, and a 30-minute lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday (March 1) at the Mauthe Center. Read more on the Tuesdays with Mauthe series program.
Habitat for Humanity is hosting a chili bowl fundraiser this Thursday (Feb. 24). You can pick from a selection of unique bowls, load up with all the chili you can eat, and keep the bowl at the end of the night. They will be serving at the Mauthe Center (EC) from 4 to 7 p.m. […]
An article submitted to the Green Bay Press-Gazette by Adi Redzic, a staff member of the Richard Mauthe Center for Faith, Spirituality and Social Justice, takes a look at the history of the former Ecumenical Center. The piece traces the Center’s history back to its beginning in the 1960s. Rev. Mauthe, a Catholic priest, was […]
On Sunday (Nov. 14) at 2 p.m., the Mauthe Center (formerly the Ecumenical Center) will host a theater performance on radical journalist Dorothy Day, Haunted by God: The Life of Dorothy Day by Paul Amandes, Robert McClory and Lisa Wagner. The presentation is performed live by Wagner and directed by Virginia Smith. Day was the […]
The Ecumenical Center Board of Directors has announced that it is changing the name of the organization from The Ecumenical Center to The Richard Mauthe Center for Faith, Spirituality, and Social Justice. The decision comes as a result of the Center’s desire to honor the founder and guiding spirit behind the Ecumenical Center – The […]
The Ecumenical Center hosts International Day of Peace celebrations Thursday (Sept. 23). At noon, Thomas Bolin, associate professor of religious studies at St. Norbert College, will give a lecture on “World Religions” and attendees will receive a free lunch. At 7 p.m., participants including international students will offer an International Prayer for Peace sharing meaningful […]