MSGR. POPE: A NORMAL CHRISTIAN LIFE IS LIFE-CHANGING

Monsignor Charles Pope challenged those attending a parish mission last week to live the life that Jesus Christ died to give them.
“It’s amazing to me the low expectation many people have with their faith and with their relationship with Jesus Christ,” he said on the first of a three-evening mission hosted Feb. 6-8 by Blessed Sacrament Parish in Wichita.
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PARISH NEWS, FEBRUARY 17, 2017

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VICE PRESIDENT PENCE TELLS MARCHERS ‘LIFE IS WINNING AGAIN IN AMERICA’

“Life is winning again in America, and today is a celebration of that progress,” Vice President Mike Pence, told the March for Life rally on the National Mall Jan. 27.
“More than 240 years ago, our founders declared these truths to be self-evident – that we are, all of us, endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights and that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” he said. “Forty-four years ago, our Supreme Court turned away from the first of these timeless ideals, but today, generations hence – because of all of you and the many thousands who stand with us in marches all across the nation – life is winning again in America.”
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BISHOP WORRIES EUTHANASIA COULD BE SEEN AS MORAL OBLIGATION

VALLEYFIELD, Quebec (CNS) — Even though medical assistance in dying has been legal in Quebec for almost a year and in Canada for a few months, Bishop Noel Simard of Valleyfield has not yet come to terms with this new reality. To him, medically assisted death is just plain euthanasia.
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REFLECTING ON THE VALUE OF A CATHOLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION

A Catholic education not only forms a student, the principals of the two Catholic high schools in Wichita say, it provides a firm foundation for the church to grow against a culture attempting to erode it.
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KANSAS SECRETARY OF COMMERCE TO SPEAK AT NEXT CAB MEETING FEB. 15

Antonio Soave will reflect on his faith journey and the experiences from his business ventures as an attorney and entrepreneur to his current role as secretary of Commerce for the state of Kansas at the next Catholic Assembly for Business meeting Wednesday, Feb. 15, in the Main Assembly Room of the Spiritual Life Center in Wichita.
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PARISH NEWS, FEBRUARY 3, 2017

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