News & Updates

Ideas for charitable giving at the end of the 2020 year

The federal legislation referred to as the CARES Act has created several charitable tax benefits for giving. This could make a difference for you and your loved ones as you start to consider year-end giving and tax consequences. Note these changes seem to be just for this 2020 tax year. Read More
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Christmas Greetings to retired clergy and seminarians

If you would like to send a Christmas card to any of our retired clergy or seminarians here is their information. Our Retired Clergy If you do not have their address, mail cards to the following address & we will forward them:(Priest’s Name, c/o Office of the Bishop, P.O. Read More
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iGiveCatholic Advanced Giving Starts Today!

Today marks the first day of Advanced Giving for #iGiveCatholic! We hope that you take advantage of this unique opportunity to support over 40 parishes, schools and other Catholic organizations in our diocese. To make a donation, visit https://salina.igivecatholic.org/ From now until, Giving Day December 1,… Read More
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42 Years Later – Fr. Larry Letourneau’s Vocation Story

Today we are excited to share our second vocation story episode! Bishop Vincke sat down with Fr. Larry Letourneau, who shared his unique journey to the priesthood. Fr. Larry talks about his life growing up and how he got started working and later running his own business. He also shares about… Read More
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St. Xavier’s to host online auction.

Continue the missionary work of St. Francis Xavier by supporting our local Catholic School in the upcoming virtual auction event- X Fest 2020: Be Part of the Mission. The online auction to benefit St. Francis Xavier School will be open for bidding from November 29th – December 6th. A variety… Read More
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Kyle Pfeifer: How God called me to the seminary

Seminarian Kyle Pfeifer shares how God worked in his life and called him to enter seminary. Kyle attends Conception Seminary College and is currently a College IV student. Please continue to pray for Kyle and all our seminarians as they discern God’s will for their lives. Read More
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