It was 75 years ago this summer that parishioners of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in the Oakland neighborhood of Topeka, decided to start organizing a neighborhood get-together that has grown into one of the…
It’s amazing the difference a year can make. Just ask Ken Gudenkauf, the executive director of Let’s Help Inc. and a parishioner of Mother Teresa Parish here.
How many Catholics does it take to turn on a light bulb?
It’s not every day you have a chance to meet the founder of a religious order —especially one that has given 150 years of service to the archdiocese already.
Twin towers of strength.
Baloo the bear of “Jungle Book” fame might have made “Bare Necessities” popular, but it’s seven Catholic parishes in Topeka and one in Rossville that are making them possible for those in need.
It started out small. Or, at least that’s what Rey Maixner and Marilyn Dorrell, parishioners at Christ the King Parish here, said about the rosary group they founded in June 1989.
Every Saturday morning, about 15 men gather at 6:30 to study Scripture.
It’s not every day that a priest returns to his home parish as pastor. Yet, that is what Father Tim Haberkorn did this past summer.
Without tradition, said Tevye of his little village Anatevka, “our lives would be as shaky as a fiddler on the roof.”