• Alleluia!
    Alleluia! The Lord is risen from the grave, Alleluia.
    Who hung upon the Cross for us, Alleluia.
    This is the day the Lord has made, Alleluia.
    Let us be glad and rejoice in it, Alleluia.

    To God the Father let us sing,
    to God the Son, our Risen King.
    And let us equally adore the Spirit,
    God forever more, Alleluia.
  • The Year of Father Kapaun
    The Year of Father Kapaun Father Kapaun lived his life in service to others. He was a man of joy, and you could see that joy in his actions. That joy was the love that he received from God. He felt that joy when he gave that love to others and when he was of service to others.

    With joy, we celebrate "The Year of Fr. Kapaun."
  • Welcome to the Catholic Diocese of Wichita
    Welcome to the Catholic Diocese of Wichita Today the Wichita diocese covers 20,021 square miles in the southeast corner of the state. It is home to 114,195 Catholics in 90 parishes.
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  • Pilgrimage to the Holy Land Nov. 28 - Dec. 8
    Spiritually led by Bishop Kemme
  • 3rd Annual Life Run May 7
    Sedgwick County Park
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  • The Year of Mercy The Year of Mercy began Tuesday, Dec. 8. Learn more about the Year of Mercy here.

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About Us

The Catholic Diocese of Wichita was erected in 1887 from the Diocese of Leavenworth. The document establishing the Wichita diocese was issued by Pope Leo XIII. At that time there were 16 priests in charge of churches, and 23 churches attended as missions and nine parochial schools.

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Excellence in our Catholic Schools

As the second largest school system in Sedgwick County and the ninth largest in Kansas, the 39 Catholic schools of the Diocese of Wichita serve nearly 11,000 students in both urban and rural areas. What distinguishes Catholic schools is our mission to form disciples of Jesus Christ. This formation is fostered daily by teachers, prayer, worship, infusion of religious values into curriculum and activities, and apostolic service.

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Training and Formation, Resources, Events and Retreats...

The mission of the Office of Faith Formation is to provide resources, training, policy guidance and oversight for catechetical, missionary and youth ministries for children, youth and young adults ages preschool through college in parishes and institutions throughout the diocese in a non-school setting.

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Responding to Christ’s call to feed the hungry.

The Lord’s Diner, an office of the Catholic Diocese of Wichita, provides a meal seven days a week, 365 days a year. The mission is achieved in a spirit of compassion and respect through cooperative efforts with people of all faiths, businesses and organizations in the community by gifts of time, talent and treasure.

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