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Marillac offers silent days for retreat

During the 2019 New Year, Marillac Center is offering guests the opportunity to register for a day or more of silent time for reflection and prayer. The first session scheduled is Jan. 11 to 13, Friday evening starting at 6 p.m. through Sunday, 11:30 a.m....

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SCL Community subscribes to renewable energy

The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCL) Community is among the subscribers in a new wind energy initiative in the state of Kansas. Fourteen organizations are currently enrolled in Renewables Direct, a program of Westar Energy, and will receive all or a...

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Prison ministry extends reach with seasonal gifts

What started small with three volunteers over 25 years ago has continued as a regular and faithful ministry with 20 volunteers, approximately 12 of whom meet every Wednesday with inmates of the Lansing Correctional Facility, Lansing, Kan. In two different...

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Tragedy turned beautiful; heart keeps beating

Matt Sollars was 25-years-old when he died five years ago, but his heart lives on in Jamie Poindexter, transplant recipient from Pea Ridge, Ark. Recently, Matt’s two daughters, his wife Emily Sollars and grandmother Mary Irick met Jamie during a holiday gathering at...

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Archives’ book collection eclectic

It’s an eclectic collection that includes a book signed by J. Edgar Hoover, another on teaching calisthenics to girls, and several volumes for spiritual edification. Recently, Tim Martin, master’s level intern, completed the project of electronically...

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Tragedy turned beautiful; heart keeps beating

Matt Sollars was 25-years-old when he died five years ago, but his heart lives on in Jamie Poindexter, transplant recipient from Pea Ridge, Ark. Recently, Matt’s two daughters, his wife Emily Sollars and grandmother Mary Irick met Jamie during a holiday gathering at...

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Prison ministry extends reach with seasonal gifts

What started small with three volunteers over 25 years ago has continued as a regular and faithful ministry with 20 volunteers, approximately 12 of whom meet every Wednesday with inmates of the Lansing Correctional Facility, Lansing, Kan. In two different...

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Current immigration system dehumanizing

At this challenging time in U.S. history when the arrival of new immigrants and asylum seekers has escalated into a highly divisive issue, two Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) perceive the current situation as a humanitarian and moral crisis. Their recent...

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