Deacon Cal Naidl
Deacon Cal Naidl was born in Manitowoc and worked as an electrician for 34 years before his retirement. He was ordained into the Diaconate in 2000 after 5 years of training at the Diocese of Green Bay through Silver Lake College.
As part of his ministries, Deacon Cal assists Fr. Ron with pastoral and sacramental needs of the linked parishes. On Mondays he leads a Liturgy of the Word with Communion service at St. Mary Glenmore. He assists Sr. Gerri with the RCIA program, and helps out with other services as needed. As a deacon he can perform baptisms and marriages giving great assistance to our Circle of Faith Community.
Deacon Cal has been married to Karen for 45 years and has 4 children and 4 grandchildren. He is a true Wisconsin fan and follows the Packers, Brewers, and Milwaukee Bucks. He enjoys reading as well as music and song writing in his free time.
Deacon David Scheuer
Deacon David Scheuer was born and raised in Mishicot with his parents Mary Agnes and the late Frank Scheuer. He now lives in rural Cooperstown with his wife Betsy, and children, John (15) and Grace (11). He has worked as a project coordinator for Berners-Schober Architects and Engineers since 1984. He was ordained into the Diaconate in May of 2012 after 7 years of training.
Leading up to his ordination, Deacon David served as a member of the pastoral council, board of education and marketing committee, and as a catechist, lector, usher and extraordinary minister of holy Communion. While in formation, he has presided at Liturgy of the Word with Communion and at wake services, and has taken Communion to the home bound. He led evening vespers during Advent and Stations of the Cross during Lent. Scheuer has also become involved in youth and jail ministry. His community outreach includes volunteer work with the New Community Shelter, Greater Green Bay Rebuilding Together and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Deacon David is also the spiritual director for the Denmark Area CEW.
Deacon David enjoys spending time with his family, swimming, camping, hunting, fishing, sports (both participating and as a spectator) and is a big fan of the Packers and NFL football, college basketball, and Brewers.
Deacon David and his family are parishioners of All Saints in Denmark and will continue to serve the Circle of Faith Catholic Community as assigned by the Bishop of Green Bay.
Click on the link below to read a Compass article on Deacon Dave's faith and path to the deaconate.