News & Updates

E-News to the Faithful, May 31, 2024

Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Leapt for Joy Several thoughts on today’s feast of the Visitation. Nothing seems to bring more joy to parents than to find out that their children are having a baby. The visit, or phone call, or text message, of… Read More
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Registration for the Salina Diocese Eucharistic Conference now OPEN!

Prepare to be inspired and transformed at our upcoming Eucharistic Conference, an event set to ignite the faith of our entire Catholic diocese. Featuring dynamic speakers renowned for their captivating insights and profound teachings, this conference promises to deepen your understanding and devotion to the Eucharist. Engage in moments of… Read More
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E-News to the Faithful for May 6, 2024

SOMEONE MADE IT: Next weekend, we celebrate the Ascension of Jesus to the Father in heaven. This is our ultimate goal—to be with God in heaven. We can’t save ourselves. We can’t raise ourselves from the dead. But the life of Christ in us can! Jesus, you are the way,… Read More
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Clergy Assignment Changes Effective July 1, 2024

Father Henry Baxa: Granted full retirement and relieved from all canonical appointments in the Diocese of Salina. Father Joseph Asirvatham, HGN: Released from assignment as Parish Administrator of St. Joseph Parish, Bird City; St. John Nepomucene Parish, Beardsley; and… Read More
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Highlights from Transitional Diaconate Ordination

“Receive the Gospel of Christ whose herald you have become. Believe what you read, teach what you believe, and practice what you teach.” Enjoy the highlights of our Deacon Kade, Jesse and Adam’s Diaconate Ordination! Please keep them in your prayers. Read More
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E-News to the Faithful March 28, 2024 Holy Thursday

Our Salvations: I want to encourage all of us to attend the Sacred Triduum, beginning this evening with the celebration of the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, as we give thanks to God for how we are saved through Jesus Christ. He saves us because He loves us! It’s… Read More
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