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Totus Tuus began in the Diocese of Wichita in 1987. Since then, Totus Tuus has expanded to over 50 dioceses in the United States and Canada.


Totus Tuus Green Bay began with one missionary team in 2012 and has since grown to two missionary teams serving 14 parishes over seven weeks.

Our Day Program serves grades 1-6 and our Evening Program serves grades 7-12.



On October 9, 1859, the Blessed Mother appeared in Champion, a Belgian community within the Diocese of Green Bay, to Adele Brise and commanded her to

“Gather the children in this wild country and teach them what they should know for salvation.

Teach them their catechism, how to sign themselves with the sign of the Cross, and how to approach the sacraments; that is what I wish you to do. Go and fear nothing, I will help you.”


Our Totus Tuus missionaries continue in this same mission and consecrate themselves to Jesus through Our Lady of Champion.

Pillars of Totus Tuus



The celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the "source and summit" of the daily Totus Tuus schedule.


Marian Devotion

Meditating on the mysteries of the Rosary, we come to see how Mary always leads us to her Son. 



All of our teaching aims to help young people grow in the understanding of, strengthen their faith in, and, most importantly, develop an intimate friendship with Jesus Christ.



Because Totus Tuus missionaries are striving to live an authentic Christian life and are actively discerning their vocation, they help young people to do the same.  We encourage young people to begin thinking about God’s call for them.



Morning "pump up," silly skits and songs, recess, water fights in the parishes, and all of the many elements infuse fun in the program.

"You young people are called to proclaim the message of the Gospel with the testimony of your lives." St. John Paul II

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