St. Joseph Ellinwood, KS and Immaculate Conceptoin Claflin, KS

Prayer & Action 2019 HS Week 1 - Larned, Kansas

Those attending from St. Joseph Parish were Daphne Doll, Erin Hammeke and Ashtin Klepper

Stewardship Reflection 7/14/19

“Jesus said to him, ‘Go and do likewise.’” Luke 10:37


This was Jesus’ command at the end of the Good Samaritan story. Did you know that the Samaritans and Jews despised each other. The moral of the story is to love our neighbor. That means loving someone you may not know or someone that looks different than you or someone that you don’t like. All without expecting anything in return.

Online Giving

Our Online Giving system now is also an App for Apple products!  You can download it and use it even if you already give through Online Giving or are new and want to create an account.  Go to the App Store or OLGapp.com/IOS to download and then register our church ID 1161-St. Joseph, Ellinwood or 1155 -Immaculate Conception, Claflin.

Thank you for using Online Giving.  Parishioners who use the service are pleased with how easy it is to set up and manage.  If you have not yet signed up for Online Giving, then please consider this option.  By using Online Giving you are helping the parish to improve our operational efficiency.  To sign up select Online Giving on the right side of this web page.

 

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Did You Know?

Today is the memorial of Saint Apollinaris. Traditionally, Apollinaris is thought to have been appointed Bishop of Ravenna, but there is little evidence to support this claim. Although there is no reliable information regarding his death, he was venerated as a martyr in the early Church.

History of Catholic Charities of SW Kansas

Did You Know?

 

Today is the memorial of Saint Camillus de Lellis. Laying aside a life of violence and gambling Camillus was ordained a priest and later founded the Order of Clerks Regular Ministers to the Sick, a religious order dedicated to the sick, especially those afflicted with the plague. They were easily identified by their black habit with a large red cross on the breast.