Sister Veronice Born dies Nov. 30 in Wichita

Sister Veronice Born, 87, died Friday, Nov. 30, in Marian Hall at Mt. St. Mary’s Convent, Wichita.A Mass of Christian burial will celebrated Friday, Dec. 7, in Resurrection Chapel at the… Read More

Fully Alive as Missionary Disciples. December 2, 2018

First Sunday of Advent Jer 33: 14-16 / 1 Thes 3: 12 – 4:2 / Lk 21: 25-28, 34-36 Being “Fully Alive” means being fully aware. Today’s gospel reminds us… Read More

Statement regarding Archbishop Vigano’s testimony

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The most recent allegations contained in the testimony of the former nuncio of the Holy See to the United States, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano,… Read More

Diocesan news, November 16, 2018

Stewards working on stewardship — The Stewardship Works! Networking Group prays before one of its bimonthly meetings Tuesday, Nov. 6, in Bishop Carl A. Kemme’s meeting room in the Chancery… Read More

Bishop Kemme Expresses Sorrow

I join Pope Francis and all my brother bishops in expressing our deep sadness to learn of the murders of eleven of our Jewish brothers and sisters, our elders in… Read More

Rome steps in, votes delayed at fall bishops’ meeting

BALTIMORE (CNS) — Seasoned bishop watchers know that just about every fall meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has a surprise. Sometimes it’s an election result. Sometimes it… Read More

A grateful heart makes caregiving easier

By Rayna NeisesThe practice of giving thanks can impact your life. “For everything God created is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with Thanksgiving,” St.… Read More

Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion are ‘formed’

The celebration of the Mass is the primary act of worship in a Catholic’s life. It is the center of family and parish life and the focal point of Sunday,… Read More

Sisters of St. Joseph took over the former Martinson Block after hospital renovation

By Father Michael Peltzer, Diocesan historianDuring the boom times in the late 1880s an ornate, three-story business building was constructed at the northwest corner of Seneca and Douglas Streets at… Read More

Nash a constant at St. Anthony Family Shelter for 20 years

By Heather WelchCatholic Charities St. Anthony Family Shelter has changed a lot in 20 years, but Ann Nash has been a constant and faithful presence.As program supervisor, Nash works with… Read More

30 Năm Kỷ Niệm Mừng Kính Các Thánh Tử Đạo Việt Nam

Hội Đồng Mục Vụ Công Giáo Việt Nam Địa Phận Wichita sẽ tổ chức Thánh Lễ mừng kính Các Thánh Tử Đạo Việt Nam tại nhà thờ All Saints, 3205… Read More

Catholic Charities to begin using online platform to contact and assist their clients

Jodie Beeson is reminded every time she looks out the window as to why she is in her office at Catholic Charities in Wichita. She is assisting with the implementation… Read More