The Respect Life & Social Justice Office assists the bishop in proclaiming the dignity of human life -created in the Image of God -as the basis for the fundamental human right to life; and applying the Church's social doctrine to local situations
  • First Saturday Rosary
    First Saturday Rosary The Diocesan Respect Life & Social Justice Office will once again sponsor the monthly First Saturday Rosary at South Wind Women's Center, previously Tiller's abortion clinic at 5107 E. Kellogg, Wichita, Ks.
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Rally for Religious Freedom

A Rally for Religious Freedom will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, on the 2nd floor under the dome in the Kansas State Capitol Building. Contact the RLSJ office by calling 316-269-3935 or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if interested in traveling to the event via bus.

  • Unity Prayer Service & Walk August 15
    In response to "black mass" in Oklahoma City
  • Death Penalty in Kansas Click here to learn more!
  • After the Gift A weekend retreat
    celebrating the Birthmom

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"The work we are beginning today should enliven our faith and make us grateful." -Bishop Kemme

Bishop Carl Kemme and representatives from across our diocese, and Wichita's Habitat for Humanity, broke ground for the Pope Francis Build which will construct two homes for deserving families. Click here to learn more about the Pope Francis Build.

Project Rachel

Through Project Rachel - the Catholic Church's post-abortion healing ministry - women can find forgiveness and peace of heart through compassionate counseling and the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

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Responsible citizenship is a virtue,and participation in political life is a moral obligation.

Find links to bishops' statements and other resources that can help you explore Church teaching on Catholic participation in political life.

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"We must promote religious liberty for all people.

Every man and woman must be free to profess his or her faith, whatever it may be. Why? Because that man and that woman are children of God." - Pope Francis

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