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Please Run Through June 25

Spots are still available for high school students to sign up for a mission trip with Prayer and Action! We will be serving those in need, while growing in our faith from July 9th-14th and 16th-21st in Jetmore!

Sign up online at http://www.dcdiocese.org/youth-ministry/summer-programs/prayer-and-action or contact Gentry Heimerman, Director of Young Adult Ministry. ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

 

To Be Used in June

Ending slavery is everyone’s work.  FIND OUT ABOUT YOUR SLAVERY FOOTPRINT and the multiple ways in which people are enslaved today.  U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking (sistersagainsttrafficking.org)

Terminar la esclavitud es obra de todos. DESCUBRE MÁS SOBRE TU HUELLA DE ESCLAVITUD y las múltiples formas en que la gente es esclavizada hoy en día. Hermanas Católicas Estadounidenses Contra la Trata de Personas (sistersagainsttrafficking.org)

Please Run Through July 30 

Salina Diocese Men’s Conference, Register Online Beginning April 1, 2017!

The Diocese of Salina is sponsoring the Sixth Annual Diocesan Men’s Conference, “Men on a Mission” on Saturday, August 12 at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Hays.  Please attend and bring your sons who are high school age and up.  Two nationally known speakers, Dr. Ray Guarendi, host of “The Dr. Is In” and “Living Right With Dr. Ray”, and Fr. John Lager national chaplain of FOCUS and cofounder of Marked Men for Christ, are this year’s speakers. To register online or for more information go to www.salinadiocese.org/family-life or call 785-827-8746, Ext. 17. Deadline to register is August 1st. 

 

Please Run Continuously 

Fruit of the Vine – Work of Human Hands

In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s the diocese sponsored a program called “God’s Little Green Acre”, a program to support seminarian education in the Diocese of Dodge City. The program has recently been resurrected, but with a few more options.  The program is now called “Fruit of the Vine - Work of Human Hands” and offers two ways to participate:

Fruit of the Vine is for individuals who would like to pledge profits from their earthly labors, such as profits from crop production, sale of livestock, oil production, wind generation profits…etc.

Work of Human Hands is designed for individuals or businesses who would like to pledge a portion of their business profits, annual income or simply give a cash donation to support our seminarians within the Catholic Diocese of Dodge City.

Participation in the program will not only support our seminarians, but we will provide you a plaque or yard sign as a reminder to others to pray for vocations, and will encourage others to participate as well. For more information about “Fruit of the Vine  - Work of Human Hands” please contact:

Mark W. Roth, Director of Development - Catholic Diocese of Dodge City, PO Box 137, Dodge City, KS  67801 - Phone (620) 227-1535 and via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Diocese of Dodge City


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