Our Sponsors

A HUGE Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Our sponsors give us the "thumbs up" because they believe at the core of Catholic education is the realization that life, itself, is a pilgrimage, and we are called to prepare our children for their journey in the world.  Through their generosity, our sponsors help us educate our children not in defense against this world, but as a promise for this world.   We hope in a small way our sponsors will help us form children's hearts so that they, in turn, may transform the world.

If you would like to be a sponsor please contact us!  Mile marker sponsorships are available for $100 (download pdf).

Silver Sponsor

$5,000+ - From silver bells to the star over Bethlehem, the color silver is a symbol of announcement and proclamation. It heralds Christ's real presence in our world.

Nicolet National Bank

Relevant Radio (In-Kind)

Blue Sponsor

$2,500 - $4,999 - The color of sea and sky, blue represents life itself. Artists often depict Mary wrapped in a blue garment, celebrating the life she nurtures not only through Christ, but also within each of us.

Bay Title and Abstract, Inc.

Rose Sponsor

$1,000 - $2,499 - The color rose is used as an expression of emerging light. It is the color of promise, hope and gratitude. On the third Sunday of Advent, liturgical colors turn to rose in anticipation of light coming into the world.

The Business News

Conard Creative Group LLC (In-Kind)

Diocese of Green Bay

JKon Design (In-Kind)

Knights of Columbus - Abbot Pennings Council 3955

Jim and Miriam Mulva Family

St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center (In-Kind)

St. Vincent Hospital (In-Kind)

Green Sponsor $100 - $999 - Often used to symbolize growth, the color green represents the pilgrim's path. It is the liturgical color of ordinary time, symbolizing the triumph of life over death, the color of a chute rising from the parched earth.

Anonymous Supporters of Catholic Education

Diane and Jeff Beinlich

Dorothy and Tony Brice

Broadway Automotive

Eileen and George Burnett

The Carbonquillo Family: Will, Ester, Joe and Karla

Carew Concrete and Supply Co.

Cathedral Book and Gift

Closet 1 Interiors

Cotter Funeral Home, Inc.

Denmark Family Dentistry

Dewitt's Northern Church Goods, Inc.

Esto Vir

Sally and Mark Follett

Fort McCoy - Religious Support Office

Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity

In Honor of Brian Geurts

GRACE Board of Trustees

Marti and Jack Hale and Family

Mary and Frank Hall

Mary and Steve Handrick

Dr. Raymond Hartke and Family

Anna, Stephen, Sophie and Margaret Heimbecher

Cathy and Andy Heimbecher

Wm. A. Hein Construction Co.

Marni and Brian Hendricks and Family

The Irene and Denis Hogan Family

Ann and Keith Kaufmann and Family

Audrey and John Keegan

Klika Shoes

Caren and David Krueger

Lamers Bus Lines, Inc.

Katherine and Brandon Longley

The Madary Family


McCarthy Family

Jeanne and Mike McKenna

McCormick Memorial Home

Midcon Products, Inc.

Lynn and Mark Mullins

Norbertine Community at St. Norbert Abbey

Notre Dame Academy - Campus Ministry

Debra and Bill Nuthals

Connie and Sid O'Brien and Family

Father John O'Brien

Liz, Murphy and Elijah O'Hearn

Peg and Dan Pichler

In Honor of John and Kay Pickett

Red-D-Mix Concrete, Inc.

Rekasie Family

Ryan Funeral Home

Suzanne and Gregg Schilawski and Family

Tom and Cindie Schmit Family

Vicky and Mike Schoen

Lou and Mike Shea

Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross


St. Francis Xacier Altar Rosary Society

Carrie and Randy Stary

The Starrys

St. Gianna Clinic

Mary and Lee Thibaudeau

In Loving Memory of Darlene Ulatowski

Marlene VanBoxtel

Julie and Randy VanStraten and Family

Ann and Tom Vorpahl

Kurt Voss and Family

Carole and Marv Wall and Family

Barb and Bill Wenzel

The Wiebelhaus Family


Martha and Gary Ziegelbauer

Zignego Concrete

Key Sponsors

Relevant Radio

Business News

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"As part of the New Evangelization, I invite all in our area who are able to join in this journey of faith. Participation in this pilgrimage is a wonderful way to engage the entire family, and especially our young people."

Bishop David L. Ricken
of the Diocese of Green Bay