Samour family traveling to Rome for the World Meeting of Families

The “What I Did This Summer” essay in the fall will be a bit more interesting than planned for Jake and Ramie Samour’s six children. Last February, their parents received… Read More

Adoration novena at Blessed Sacrament June 11-19

Speakers each night; begins June 11, ends on Feast of Corpus Christi The Church of the Blessed Sacrament will host an adoration novena Saturday through Sunday, June 11 through June… Read More

St. Michael the Archangel subject of this year’s iconography workshop at the SLC

Iconographer Veronica Royal says when she first began painting icons about 25 years ago, few others did so. “Now you see them not only in Catholic churches but in Protestant… Read More

2022 Priest Assignments

Please keep all our priests in your prayers. Changes will go into effect July 6, 2022 unless otherwise noted.

Three to be ordained to the priesthood

Three seminarians from the Diocese of Wichita will be ordained to the priesthood at a 10 a.m. Mass Saturday, May 28, in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Wichita.… Read More

A yes vote Aug. 2 will save unborn lives

    By Chuck Weber A leaked document draft indicating the U.S. Supreme Court may overturn the infamous Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in America has the Twitter… Read More

New director of The Lord’s Diner experienced in social work and in feeding the masses

Emily Thome can’t help but reflect on the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 as she transitions to director of The Lord’s Diner. “He didn’t make food out of nothing,”… Read More

Bishop Kemme meets with new postulator for the canonization cause of Fr. Kapaun

    Bishop Carl A. Kemme came back with more than memories from a recent trip to Rome to meet with the new postulator for the cause of canonization for… Read More

Bishop honors seniors at annual celebration

Bishop Carl A. Kemme, who is nearly 62-years-old, told those attending the Senior Appreciation Mass in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Thursday, May 13, that he is sensitive to… Read More

Families needed for thousands of Kansas children

Foster Care and Adoption Awareness Fair May 10 The Respect Life and Social Justice Office is hosting a Foster Care and Adoption Awareness Ministry Fair from 5 to 8 p.m.… Read More

Bishop Kemme: the empty tomb brings color into our world

Bishop Carl A. Kemme reflected on his life as a youth on the farm at the Easter Vigil and how travel was limited because of the family’s connection to the… Read More

Newman revives Metanoia, Catholic dormitory living

One of the reasons Fr. Adam Grelinger became a priest was because of the more intense connection he made with his faith when he was a part of Metanoia as… Read More