We invite all legislators, Statehouse and Kansas Government staff, lobbyists and others connected to the work of the State Legislature to submit their prayer intentions for this page. You may be as specific or ambiguous as you like. If you do not wish to have your name published, we will honor that request in confidence. We have assembled a Kansas Catholic Prayer Network who will place your intentions in prayer before Our Redeemer. Please submit your prayer intentions to Kansas Catholic Conference Executive Director Chuck Weber at [email protected]
St. Paul University Parish Wichita State University
Didde Catholic Campus Center Emporia State University
Knights of Columbus Council 1368 in Garnett, KS
Council 11067 in Leawood, KS Council 727 in Emporia, KS
Benedictines of Mary
Apostles of the Interior LifeOverland Park, Kansas
Adorers of the Blood of ChristWichita, KS
Carmelite Sisters of St. TeresaWichita, KSDominican Sisters of PeaceWichita, KS
Please pray for the healing and recovery of Julia Scott, M.D., daughter of Senate President Susan Wagle and wife of Riley Scott. She had been recovering from multiple myeloma and suffered a relapse. She is currently in a St. Louis hospital.We ask that Jesus Christ, the Divine Physician, extend his mercy, compassion and healing upon State Representative Greg Lewis as he battles a cancerous brain tumorWe pray for the repose of the soul of Mr. Jake Ross of Louisburg, father-in-law of State Representative Jene Vickrey, who died on Sunday, February 17. May he rest in peace.That the Spirit of Wisdom, Counsel and Fortitude may come upon our Governor and Legislators during the 2019 Session as they seek the common good for Kansas. For the spouses and families of legislators who serve in Topeka during the Session, that they might be protected and comforted when temporarily separated at this time.
For Archbishop Naumann and the Bishops of Kansas, that they find truth, love and clarity in guiding the Kansas Catholic Conference.
We ask that special blessings be given to members of the Kansas Catholic Conference staff, that they might discern Our Redeemer’s will in matters of public policy and effectively communicate Catholic priorities to those with whom they work.