Diocese
Safe Haven Sunday to be observed on the first weekend of Lent
By Bishop Carl A. Kemme We all know it’s there and probably have some idea of how we could access it. Pornography affects some of us more directly than others,… Read More
Diocese
New Guadalupe Clinic exec ‘listening’ for three months
J.V. Johnston says the Guadalupe Clinic is on solid footing as are its finances and its volunteer base. Johnston, the clinic’s executive director, said when he started Jan. 3, he… Read More
Diocese
Lent, the beginning of our Paschal journey
Randy Phelps, a member of St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Wichita, receives ashes during a Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Wichita. (Advance file photo) Lenten fasting… Read More
Catholic Advance
Constitutional Amendment for Life
  Bishop Carl A. Kemme and the bishops of Kansas are requesting a STATEWIDE DAY OF PRAYER this Thursday, February 6, for the passage of the “Value Them Both” legislation… Read More
Diocese
16 buses, 730 pilgrims travel to D.C. for annual march
Although the number of those attending the Topeka pro-life event from the Diocese of Wichita Wednesday, Jan. 22, was down because of bad weather, Sheri Sherfield, secretary for the Respect… Read More
Diocese
Fathers Borkenhagen, Reilley still hitting the books in Rome
  Father Borkenhagen digs into theology Researching St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome in pursuit of a doctorate Like the many archeological excavations around Rome, Father Jason Borkenhagen is digging deep… Read More
Diocese
Bishop Kemme meets with Pope Francis in Rome
One of the first things Bishop Carl A. Kemme did during a meeting of U.S. bishops with Pope Francis Thursday, Jan. 16, was to thank him for appointing him bishop… Read More
Diocese
Catholic Schools Office recruiting teachers before they are teachers
The Catholic Schools Office is recruiting future teachers – years before they’re certified to teach. Thirty high school and college students who expressed an interest in education gathered Tuesday, Jan.… Read More
Diocese
Young adults at FOCUS summit urged to help others live their faith
PHOENIX (CA/CNS) –Catholic school teachers, administrators, diocesan personnel, and FOCUS missionaries from the Diocese of Wichita attended the annual Student Leadership Summit of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students in… Read More
Diocese
Looking to the Lord with 2020 vision
The adoration events embellished by Wichita Adore Ministries give many people hope that the faith is taking root in the lives of the young. Jesse Elpers, who oversees WAM events,… Read More
Diocese
Bishop Kemme: Christmas is history's most consequential event
The church celebrates the single most consequential event in human history, the birth of Jesus Christ, during the Christmas season, Bishop Carl A. Kemme said in his Christmas Eve homily… Read More
Diocese
The Lord's Diner needs volunteers
Boomers aging out; young hands needed Sarah Hoffman hopes more volunteers will soon step up to the plate. Hoffman, the volunteer coordinator for The Lord’s Diner, said the excitement of… Read More