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 the Center’s first director and one of the founder’s of the unique religious center. Read the article.
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