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'Call down the Divine Artist'

Diocese gathers to celebrate unity amid diversity

(See the video from the event.)

By David Myers
Southwest Kansas Register

Under the night sky in front of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec. 5 came the “boom, boom, boom” of drums, as dancers dressed in brightly colored outfits, many wearing ornate feathers and jewelry of Aztec origin, signaled the start of a multicultural celebration held in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Hundreds of people stood in the glow of the lights coming from inside the cathedral as dancers from parishes across the diocese exemplified the diversity of cultures within the southwest Kansas Catholic family.    
Around 7 p.m., the dancers slowly filtered into the church, where they were met with applause by the waiting congregation, one dance group shouting, “Maria, Maria, Maria!” in honor of the Blessed Mother as they danced past the baptismal font.

“The danzantes were not just dancing to entertain us,” said Sister Angela Erevia, MCDP, one of the organizers of the event, “their dance was a prayer of thanksgiving, hope, and  community.”
It was a night of firsts: the first such event in Dodge City designed specifically to draw and honor people of varying ethnic backgrounds as one; the first time the prayers of the faithful were read in six languages; the first celebration of Bishop Ronald M. Gilmore since his return to the diocese; and the first time (at least in this editor’s memory) that a homily received a round of applause.
“Some of you may know … that I’ve been away the last three months receiving treatment for addiction to alcohol,” the bishop said as he peered out over the standing-room only crowd. “This, in fact, is the first public Mass I’ve celebrated since returning to the diocese. And I’m delighted to be able to do that on this special occasion when we remember Our Lady of Guadalupe, when we remember the dedication of this fine cathedral.
“I thank you for being here, and for your prayers and support you’ve given me in the past three months.”
With the color-coordinated dancers seated in reserved areas, a rainbow effect of sorts was created as the bishop explained to those gathered how the first bishop of Mexico told the King of Spain that it would take a “miracle” for the Church to take root in Mexico, what with the greediness of colonial officials and the weariness of the natives.
“Then came Juan Diego, and then came Tepeyac, and then came the tilma, and that is exactly what did happen,” the bishop said, speaking first in English and then in Spanish.
On Dec. 9, 1531, St. Juan Diego was on his way to morning Mass, when the Blessed Mother – Our Lady of Guadalupe -- appeared to him on Tepeyac Hill near what is now Mexico City. She asked Juan to request that his bishop build a shrine at the site of her appearance. When the bishop refused, the Blessed Mother told Juan to gather several roses, even though it was wintertime. The Holy Mother placed them in his tilma and told Juan to deliver them to the bishop as proof of her appearance. When Juan Diego dropped the flowers to the floor at the feet of his bishop, there was revealed on Juan’s tilma an image of the Blessed Mother.
The event was one of the defining moments which gave birth to the spread of Catholicism in Mexico.
“We remember that miracle this evening, and celebrate it with full hearts,” Bishop Gilmore said.
“In our story, a recent survey found that the parish of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe is in fact two parishes, Latino and Anglo, existing side by side. Such is the case too in Garden City, in Liberal, in Satanta, and in Great Bend. It will take another miracle for unity to take root here in this diocese among these people. We cannot make this happen on our own. You should have no doubt about that.
“The differences among us are profound,” the bishop acknowledged, “The fears among us are sharp, and the angers and resentments are too near the surface. No one of us can look at these forces and melt them with that very glance. We are not smart enough. We are not strong enough. They are an immovable thing, looming near and always threatening us. It will take a miracle.
“And that is why we celebrate this feast each year,” he said referring to the Dec. 12 Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, “remembering the dedication of our own beloved Cathedral eight years ago. We see what happened in 1531 there; we yearn for the same thing to happen here. Be a people of grace, therefore. Be a people of hope, therefore. Call down the Divine Artist who painted the Morenita, the ‘little dark one’ for us. See it. Touch it. Become the miracle for one another.” As the bishop took his seat, the congregation erupted in spontaneous applause for the bishop’s words.
As Bishop Gilmore, Father Ted Skalsky and Deacons Victor Mencos and Ruben Sigala  stood at the altar, the Prayers of the Faithful were read in the native tongues of individuals who, one after the other, stepped up to the microphone. The prayers were read in English, Tagalog (Philippines), Igbo (Nigeria), Vietnamese, Quiche (Guatemala), and Spanish.  
“The persons who did the Prayer of the Faithful felt grateful to be invited to pray in their own language at the Guadalupe celebration,” Sister Angela said.
After Mass, the dancers once again drummed and danced in procession, this time to the social hall for a reception. Meanwhile, the throng of church-goers surrounded Bishop Gilmore, awaiting eagerly a blessing or to simply extend their greetings.
“This diocesan celebration to honor Mary, the Mother of Jesus, was a great way to live out the bishop’s pastoral vision,” Sister Angela said. “We celebrated our unity of faith in our cultural diversity as a diocesan family,” said Sister Angela. “We could sense the future of our Church in the presence of so many teens, children, and babies -- that impressed me. There was so much joy in being together.”
Sister Angela was particularly impressed with the many dancers, made up almost entirely of youth. “The young people showed a lot of reverence and joy in being a great part in expressing our devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe whose message was to build up the temple, the Body of Christ, to show love and compassion, and to give hope to people of all nations.”
Editor’s Note: For a video of the dancers,  a podcast, and many more color photos from the event, go to www.dcdiocese.org/register.


Celebración  Multicultural honra a Nuestra Señora,

la diversidad de la gente de la diócesis

Bajo el cielo de la noche frente a la Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe el 5 de diciembre, llego el “bum, bum, bum” de los tambores, mientras los danzantes vestidos de coloridos atuendos, muchos vestían plumas ornamentadas y joyería de origen Azteca, marcaron el comienzo de una celebración multicultural para rendir homenaje a Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.
Cientos de personas se mantenían en el brillo de las luces que provenían desde el interior de la catedral, y en medio de heladas temperaturas—mientras los danzantes de las parroquias de la diócesis representaban la diversidad de las culturas dentro de la familia Católica del sur oeste de Kansas.
Alrededor de las 7pm, los danzantes lentamente se filtraron en la iglesia, donde la congregación que esperaba los recibieron con aplausos, un grupo danzante gritando “María, María, María!” en honor a la Santa Madre mientras ellos bailaban de paso a la fuente bautismal.
“Los danzantes no danzaban solamente para entretenernos,” dijo la hermana Angela Erevia, MCDP, una de las organizadoras del evento, “su danza era una oración de gratitud, esperanza y comunidad.”
Fue una noche de primeras: el primer evento en Dodge City diseñado específicamente para traer y conmemorar a las personas de diferentes antecentedes culturales en una sola cultura; la primer vez que la oración de los fieles fue leída en seis diferentes idiomas; la primera celebración del Obispo Ronald M. Gilmore desde su regreso a la diócesis; y la primera vez (por lo menos en la memoria del editor) que una homilía recibió una ronda de aplausos.
“ Alguno de ustedes podrán saber…que yo estuve fuera los últimos tres meses recibiendo tratamiento para la adicción al alcohol,”  dijo el obispo  mientras el compartía frente a la única congregación. “Esto, en efecto es la primera Misa pública que he celebrado desde que regresé a la diócesis. Estoy encantando de poder hacerlo en esta ocasión cuando recordamos a Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, cuando recordamos la dedicación de esta fina catedral.  
“ Gracias por estar aquí, por sus oraciones y el apoyo que me brindaron en los ultimos tres meses.”
Con los danzantes de colores coordinados sentados en las áreas reservadas, una clase de efecto del arcoiris fue creada cuando el Obispo le dijo a aquellos reunidos como el primer Obispo de México le dijo al Rey de España que tomaría un “milagro” para la Iglesia tomar raices en México, que con la avaricia de los oficiales colonials y la cautela de los indígenas Mexicanos.  
“Luego vino Juan Diego, y después vino el Tepeyac, y entonces la tilma, y eso es exactamente lo que sucedió,” dijo el Obispo, hablando primero en Inglés y luego en Español.
El 9 de diciembre de 1531, Juan Diego estaba en camino hacia la Misa matutina, cuando la Santa Madre –Nuestra Señora de Guadaluupe-le apareció en el Cerro del Tepeyac cerca de lo que ahora es la Ciudad de México. Ella le hizo una petición a Juan Diego que su Obispo le contruyera un nicho en el lugar de su aparición. Cuando el Obispo se negó, la Santa Madre le dijo a Juan Diego que juntara varias flores, aunque fuera en tiempo de invierno. La Santa Madre las colocó en su tilma y le dijo a Juan Diego que las llevara al Obispo como prueba de su aparición. Cuando Juan Diego soltó las flores en el piso a los pies de su obispo, la imagen de la Santa Madre fue revelada en la tilma de Juan Diego.
El evento fue un momento definitivo el cual dio nacimiento a esparcir el  Catolicismo en México.
“Recordamos el milagro esta noche, y lo celebramos con corazones llenos,” dijo el Obispo Gilmore.
“En nuestra historia, una encuesta reciente encontró que la parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, es en efecto, dos parroquias: Latina y Anglosajona, existiendo mano a mano. Tal es el caso también en Garden City, en Liberal, en Satanta, y en Great Bend. Tomará otro milagro para la unidad sacar raíces aquí en la diócesis entre estas personas. No podemos hacer que esto pase por nuestra cuenta. Ustedes no deben tener duda alguna de ello.
“Las diferencias entre nosotros es profunda,” reconoce el Obispo, “Los temores entre nosotros son agudos, y el enojo y resentimiento estan muy cerca a la superficie. Ninguno de nosotros puede mirar a estas fuerzas y desaparecerlas con la misma mirada. No somos lo suficiente listos. No somos lo suficiente fuertes. Esas son cosas inmovibles, sucediendo cerca y siempre retándonos. Tomará un milagro.
“Y es por eso que celebramos la fiesta cada ano,”, dijo refiriéndose al 12 de diciembre, la Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, “recordando la dedicación de nuestra querida Catedral siete años atrás. Veo lo lo que sucedió en 1531; esperamos ansiosos que pase lo mismo aquí. Por lo tanto, sean personas de gracia. Por lo tanto, sean gente de esperanza. Llamen al Divino Artista quien  pintó la Morenita, ‘la pequeña oscura’ para nosotros. Mirénla. Tóquenla. Conviértanse en el milagro los unos a otros. Mientras el obipo se sentaba, la congregación descargó aplausos por las palabras del Obispo.
Mientras el Obispo Gilmore, el Padre Ted Skalsky y los Diáconos Víctor Mencos y Rubén Sigala estaban de pie frente al altar, la Oración de lof Fies fue leída en los idiomas natales de los individuos, quienes unos después del otro, pasaban al micrófono. Las oraciones fueron leídas en Inglés, Tagalog (Filipino), Igbo (Nigeria), Vietnamita, Quiche (Guatemala), y Español.  
“Las personas que rezaron la Oración de los Fieles se sintieron agradecidas ser invitadas a rezar en su propia idioma en la celebración Guadalupana,” la hermana Angela dijo.
Después de la Misa, los danzantes una vez mas salieron en procesión al son del tambor y la danza, esta vez hacia el salon social  de la Santa Familia para una recepción. Mientras tanto, la multitud de fieles de la Iglesia, rodearon al Obispo Gilmore, esperando ansiosamente por una bendición o para simplemente extenderle sus saludos.
“Esta celebración diocesana para honrar a María, la Madre de Jesús, fue una gran forma de realizar la visión pastoral del Obispo,” la hermana Angela dijo. “Celebramos nuestra unidad de fe en nuestra diversidad cultural como una familia diocesana,” dijo la hermana Angela. “Sentíamos el futuro de nuestra Iglesia en la presencia de tanto adolescentes, niños, niñas e infantes ~ eso me impresionó bastante. Hubo mucha alegría en estar juntos.”
La hermana Angela se quedó particularmente impresionada con tantos danzantes, la mayoría era gente joven. “Los jóvenes mostraron mucha reverencia y alegría en ser una gran parte para expresar nuestra devoción a Nuestra Señor de Guadalupe cuyo mensaje para todos nosotros es construir el templo, el Cuerpo de Cristo, mostrar amor y compasión y dar esperanza a la gente de todas las naciones.”
Nota del Editor: Para un breve video, archivo de audito (podcast), y muchas fotos a colores del evento,  visite el sitio www.dcdiocese.org/register.







Past Issues

Dec. 9, 2018

Nov. 25, 2018

Nov. 11, 2018

Oct. 28, 2018

Oct. 14, 2018

Sept. 16, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: 2018 Golf Classic; student athletes; physically challenged; Leonard Stegman; Lesson in forgiveness; Sending us on a mission

Sept. 2, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Priest crisis; Scandal; Opioid addictions; Seeds of Suicide; Leightons; St. Anne; Vincke; seminarians; Dominican Sisters; Stewardship Conference; Dead Sea Scrolls; PSR programs; Roe V. Wade

 

August 12, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Prayer and Action; Totus Tuus; Janee Bernal; Diana Ramirez; Heidy Ramirez; Bishop Gilmore honored for 20 years ministry; suicide; contraception and abortion; Dead Sea Scrolls; Humanae Vitae; certification in youth ministry; Chuck Weber; Cathedral rectory chapel; Sister Viola Heichelbech; Adam Urban

July 15, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Immigration Protest/Rally; Faith and Light Fiesta; Seeing the Dead Sea Scrolls; Corpus Christi procession; Prayers for priests; Sisters turn 100; Michael Brungardt; Gerald Vincke; Massacre in San Salvador; Action for Alex 

 

June 3, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Parish Pray for Priestly Vocations; Appeal reaches $10 million; Gangs; Seminarians; Pam Willis; Why I like being a priest; Happy Father's Day; Patricia Lujan; Tyler and Rachel Bennett; Adoption Protection Act.

May 20, 2018
KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Track meet; Beloved Sinners; Benjamin Martin retires; Smiles; Future of Fortune Telling; Hoisington mission; DofI; Getting Equipped; Spring Social; First Communion; Confirmation
KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Track meet; Beloved Sinners; Benjamin Martin retires; Smiles; Future of Fortune Telling; Hoisington mission; DofI; Getting Equipped; Spring Social; First Communion; Confirmation

May 6, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Archbishop Romero; Seeing, Touching, Tasting; Exhortation; Father Patrick Conroy; Happy Mother's Day; A child on your doorstep; Vibrant Ministries Grant; From the heart of a young father; Love Gives Life; Roman Holiday; Smartphone; retirement
Fossil Hunting

 

April 15, 2018

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Easter Vigil; Angelica Village; Colorado woman; The art of anger; Cimarron Couple; Staats; Adoption; 

Father Ultan Murphy anniversary; Coughlan; Spiritual Advisor to Hoodlums; Woman of Courage; Oration contest; Darcy Feist  

 

April 1, 2018

 

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Defending Adoption; Led by the Spirit; Knights; ABC Pregnancy Center;
Memorial of Mary; Homeless; Relics; Down syndrome abortion; Chrism Mass

 

March 18, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: SKYAC; Aleksandr Men; Fasting for Priestly Vocations; Uganda; School for deaf; Rannah Evetts; Oberle; Rachel and Doug Trombley; Oscar Romero; Paul VI; DACA

 

 

March 4, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Fasting for priestly vocations; Father Juan; Fasting and prayer;
Quest Weekend 2018; DACA; With God, anything is possible; Homelessness in our communities; Rhubarb, Kansas;
What's the point of fasting; Rite of Election; same-sex couples

 

Feb. 18, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Catholic Schools Week; Rachel Doll; Ellinwood; Great Bend; Garden City; Ness City; Dodge City; Sister Rita Schwarzenberger; Nigeria; Bishop Hermes; Fasting for Priestly Vocations; World Day for Consecrated Life; 50th Anniversary St. Dominic School; What will life be like in 50 years?

 

 

Feb. 4, 2018

 

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: March for Life; Tracy and Ross Smith; Adoption; Vibrant Ministries; Faith and Light;
Pro-Life; Mortal sin to discard elderly; DACA; Abortion; Dreamers; Human Trafficking

 

Jan. 21, 2018

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Louise Korbe; Anne Frank; Miep Gies; Home Heat; Father Solanus

 

Jan. 7, 2018

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Good news and kingdom living; dreamers; Sister Teresa Orozco; Infant Adoption; Elderly; a moral conundrum; seminarian; feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

 

Dec. 17, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Celebrate Christmas 'unplugged'; Msgr. Matthew Smith; Klan; Catholic Charities Annual Appeal; Fr. Larry Rosebaugh; A Guadalupe Encounter; Laci and Joe Salazar; A Christmas Wish; Adoption; Confession; Advent; EWTN; Christmas Blues; Tilma; Pittsburgh; PSR

 

Dec. 3, 2017

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: 2017 NCYC; Wheel of Balance; Marita Rother; Stanley Rother; slavery; trafficking; Windthorst water damage; martyred priests; confession; reconciliation; How to go to confession; recipe for codfish cakes; Catholic schools; appeal

 

Nov. 19, 2017

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Saints; Father Kola; Black Elk; Giving Tuesday; velvet Elvis; a Slice of Time; Dani Sandoval; Mexican Village; Father Tim Hickey; New faces at chancery; priests share thoughts on confession; Wheel of Balance

 

Nov. 5, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Matrimony Anniversary Mass, 2017; Riebel; Faith and Light; Scripture Day; Sex in the Bible; Quilt, Mexican Village Story; Finance; Fatima pilgrimage; Fowler church window renovation; Medicare; Crazy Glue


Oct. 15, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Father Francis Jordan; Sister Renee Kirmer; Father Rother beatified; religious liberty; RCIA Kansas; V Encuentro; Bishop Weisenburger; Daughters of Isabella; Bishop Gerber Science Center


Oct. 1, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: De Colores; Rebein; Dreamer; Pies; Kellner; Code Quilts; Sister Crucita; Feezor; Formed.org; Sin and pain

 

 Sept. 17, 2017

 

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Sister Lucy Fidelis; Underground Railroad; Sister Irene Hartman; DACA; new priests; teachers; Volunteer of the Year; Golf Classic; St. Francis Xavier; St. Nicholas Parish Center, Kinsley; seminarians; Knights Lite; Stewardship Day 2017

Sept. 3, 2017

Aug. 13, 2017

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Coronado Cross; Masada; Moody Gardens; Elders; Rother; undocumented children; cages; year of mercy; Kumi; Hollywood makeup artist; New Mexico; refugee women.

July 16, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Summer camp; tithing and almsgiving; Bill Baalmann; Nathan Schaller; Jubilarian Sisters; Sister Hortencia Rodriguez; Sister Petrona Stockemer; Sister Denise Sevart; Convocation of Catholic Leaders; Mother talks about her son entering seminary; Arcoiris; Youth group travels to Colorado Springs; Major Phillip Roth

June 11, 2017 (Updated)

Ordination; Mark Brantley; Jacob Schneider; Father's Day; Thanks, Dad!; Appeal; Sister Mary Martin Weaver; Bishop Maralit; Budget; Trafficked women; Deacon Michael Brungardt; Dead Sea Scrolls; softball; Father Urban retirement; Sister Kravec retirement; Father Mazouch retirement; Authentic Joy; Pris Climate Accord; Jack Schramm; Pieta.

May 28, 2017 (Updated)

 

Grateful Hearts; MSFS Provincial; Reddy; Reif; Opossum; Dead Sea Scrolls; Our Lady of Fatima; Jorge Herrera, Jr.; Cursillo; Kough; First Communion; Confirmation

May 14, 2017

Esteban Hernandez; citizen; Lilly Ann Rein, Amberly Jimenez, Mother's Day; peacock; Quattrocchi; President Kennedy; Teen Moms; Junior High Youth Rally; Encounter With God's Call; granny/nanny; seniors' contributions; tornado anniversary; harvest; healthcare; Mr. Brown; Store-bought teeth; Louis and Zelie Martin; Father John Sullivan; Irish priest whose prayers could heal; Mexican beauty queen; Esmaralda Gonzalez; religious life

April 30, 2017

   KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Easter Vigil; bully; TEC; Father Marvin Reif; Bet'sie; What makes a hero?; St. Mary of the Plains; tornado

Easter, 2017

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: SKYAC; Honorable courtship; footsteps of migrants; CHRISM Mass 2017; honoring priests; Encuentro Cross blessed; Daughters of Isabella State Convention; Fatima pilgrim statue; Mary Sharon Moore interview; Senate advances pro-life measures; love must be at the core of family life; Father John Forkuoh's car story; Confirmations; Sisters of Concordia; CNN hero Father Khalil Jaar

March 26, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: From the heart; kidney; Rother; Friar Carmelo; Schnauzer; Lauren Seachris; Lauren's Treat; fire; Guatemala; immigration; Lenten Regulations 1888; Hot Cross Buns; budget; Trump; Forkuoh; Seiwert; South Sudan; hot ashes

March 12, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Refugees; immigrants; Gilbert Herrman; When you give alms'; Lent; Call to Continuing Conversion, Rite of Election; Charell and Jeremy Owings; adoption; Our Growing Church; Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia; water; creation; Sudan; Darlow Lampe

Feb 26, 2017

 KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Night to shine; Immigration; immigrants; Knights of Columbus; Pete Gomez; this foreign mission; Creole; Robin Doll; Eagle Scout; Quest

Feb 12, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Catholic Schools Week; March for Life; Pro-life; Executive Order; Secular Franciscan Order; teachers; Down Syndrome; Eagle Scout; Bronze Pelican

Jan. 29, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Thank you, religious; SEEK 2017; homeless man to priest; Fourth Sunday; Secret Service to Sacred Heart; Dr. Gerard Brungardt; Martin Luther King; 110 year old nun; Toddler miracle; Letter from undocumented immigrant; health care; immigration

Jan. 15, 2017

KEYWORDS, PHRASES: Mary helps us share; Tighe donates home to Birthright; Pro-life billboard; Theobald Hattrup; Helen and Steve Eck; Pearl Harbor; Reigning Grace

Dec. 18, 2017

KEYWORDS: Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, 2016; Pope Francis Christmas schedule; 2016 high school youth rally; Aerospace engineer; Father Stanley Rother; Radio station; Dying girl's letter; Scout nominations; 12 days of Christmas

Dec. 4, 2016

KEYWORDS: Vocations Day; Pope Advent advice; Ex-prostitute; Spearville mission; Pilgrims v. Zombies; Face of God; Mission bazaar; Ness City fall festival; Rural health care; Archbishop Gomez; Bishops congratulate Trump

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