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Most revered David L. Ricken, the bishop for the Diocese of Green Bay, blessed the St. Gianna Visitation Chapel in May 2019.

The St. Gianna chapel is located on the first floor of our clinic. All are welcome to use the space for prayer and reflection.
The chapel, which was added to our clinic in 2018 during a larger renovation process, includes beautiful fixtures.
The stained glass windows were donated by Hospital Sisters of St. Francis in Springfield, Illinois. We are so grateful for this addition!
The wood altar was custom-designed for the chapel, as was a matching bookcase. 
The framed canonization picture of St. Gianna, was donated by her daughter, Gianna Emanuela Molla during her November 2018 visit. This picture hung on the front of the Vatican when St. Gianna was canonized by St. Pope John Paul II on May 16, 2004.
A large intricately carved olive wood crucifix from Jerusalem was donated to our clinic co-founder, Dr. Robin Goldsmith, who graciously donated it on loan to the clinic.
Chapel Hours:
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(Closed on holidays)

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