It’s another Friday which can only mean one thing-another Virtually Sunday Reflection from our Whatsoever You Do, Inc. team! How do our choices, actions and mindfulness reflect our authenticity. Join Fr. Paul Demuth as he reflects on this Sunday’s readings.
https://youtu.be/NTfSaJGY57UJoin Fr. Tim Shillcox, O.Praem., as he reflects on how differently God sees things. Listen to how wild and crazy love, service and joy are experienced when we engage in a two-way relationship with God.
Welcome to Virtually One. This meditational tool strives to help you to center yourself, to recall and renew your relationships with yourself, others, and the spiritual. Our time together will include a short reflection from a spiritual guide, followed by a time for self-meditation.
Today we said good-bye to our friend Don Schimmels. Don was a vet, StreetLights Outreach volunteer, and the new patron saint of life-long learning–all at the young age of 101! Don certainly knew, loved and served God and his neighbor. Well done good and faithful servant!
Forgiveness can sometimes be challenging. How do we embrace both sides to create a balanced equation? Join Steve Meyer as he reflects on this Sunday’s readings.
Welcome to Virtually Sunday! Join Tony Pichler as he reflects on issues of suffering and how we can go and grow through them.
Am I my Brother’s and Sister’s Keeper? Join Sr. Marla as she reflects on this important Gospel question.
It was just another night at the Spokes of Hope Program housed in the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store on Green Bay’s eastside. But five people caught the eyes, ears and hearts of the Spokes of Hope bike mechanics on Monday. A man from the Transformation House. A man from New […]
Last night was a big night for the Spokes of Hope Bike Repair Program sponsored by Whatsoever You Do, Inc. We surpassed 600 bikes that have been repaired since September, 2015. That is over 600 bikes that have a story associated with them as the bikes serve as one of the primary modes of transportation […]
The following article was written by Nancy Barthel for the Compass, the newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay. Sometimes just changing a light bulb can make someone’s day brighter, especially when it comes with smiles and some friendly conversation that gives a lonely person something to look forward to. That’s the goal […]