Monday, August 21st

Mass • 8:00am
Tuesday, August 22nd

Confessions • 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Mass • 6:00pm
Mens Choir Rehearsal • 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Wednesday, August 23rd

God's Food Pantry • 10:00am - 11:30am
Confessions • 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Mass • 6:00pm
Thursday, August 24th

Confessions • 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Mass • 6:00pm
Gospel Choir Rehearsal • 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Friday, August 25th

Mass • 8:00am

Holy Savior Catholic Church hosts Totus Tuus program for children

Nearly 40 youths are taking part in the Totus Tuus program at Holy Savior Catholic Church this week.  Totus Tuus (Totally Yours) is a program that includes catechetical instruction, daily Mass, songs, and games for youths.

The Totus Tuus team members who are leading the program this year at Holy Savior are (listed with their home parish): Logan McCully (Church of the Magdalen); Chris Rumback (St. Teresa’s Catholic Church, Hutchinson); Emma Jirak (St. Joseph Catholic Church, Oakley); and Laura Weixelman (St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church).

Weaving a Fabric of Faith: Our Common Thread

A workshop sponsored by the African American Catholic Council of Holy Savior Church --  in recognition of Black History Month -- was held at Newman University on February 18.

The workshop featured Lois Ruby, author of “Steal Away Home,” a historical fiction of a Quaker family in Kansas during the late 1850s who operate a station on the Underground Railroad. Quilters Juanita Roper and Lola Jenkins presented the varied differences and unique styles of quilting.

Featured was a grand display of quilts depicting the African-American experience from the Underground Railroad to the present. Performances by Holy Savior’s Liturgical Dancers to Alvin Ailey’s “Revelation “and the Men’s Ensemble “Ride the Chariot,” added to the level of historical significance and creativity of the workshop.

Heart transplant recipient to speak at Holy Savior Book Club meeting

Author and former Newman University golfer Jeremy Gant will speak at the Holy Savior Book Club meeting on Tuesday, May 12 at 7 p.m. Gant, who had heart transplant surgery, will speak about his spiritual journey and survival.  His experiences led him to write the book, “Win the Fight.” All are invited to hear Mr. Gant’s story. The Book Club meeting will be held in the church rectory.

'LOVE Wichita' gives Holy Savior a chance to perform outreach

 The city-wide event, LOVE Wichita, gave several parishioners the opportunity to help out some of our very own, while Holy Savior Catholic Church also benefitted from the love and generosity of others on Saturday, April 28.

LOVE Wichita is a gathering of followers of Jesus united in prayer, service and outreach on behalf of the city, according to the project website.

At Holy Savior, the morning started with Mass celebrated by Fr. Billinger. Going to Mass gave the volunteers the opportunity to offer the day up to God. Along with parishioners, several young school teachers from the Catholic Diocese of Wichita joined in with the celebration and hard work. The freshly painted areas in the church parking lot, newly buffed gym floor, and carefully prepared garden were some of the jobs completed by these special volunteers.

Some of them started the day with Holy Savior parishioners at the home of Dorsie Cazenave, a Holy Savior parishioner. After this major deforestation project, which took a lot of hard work and cooperation, Ms. Dorsie was ready to enjoy her backyard with a bright smile and a cool refreshment.

After lunch and much needed rest, many of the workers headed over to the home of Mrs. Inez Pitts. Once again, everyone was willing to work hard and help out one of our special parishioners. As the day came to an end, a realization surfaced. We all felt a sense of accomplishment and a sense of joy knowing we shared in a heartwarming experience. Everyone agreed another day of work needs to be planned in order to get the job done! In order to complete Mrs. Pitts’ yard we need the help of many parishioners. Look for details on the website, e-mails, and in the bulletin.

The LOVE Wichita project will continue Saturday, May 6, when a group of volunteers from Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church plan to remove the outdated playground equipment on the church grounds. 

Fr. Billinger shares message about Holy Week

The following is a message from Fr. Jim Billinger, pastor of Holy Savior Catholic Church:

Holy Week is by far and away the most important week in the life of a Catholic Christian.  The Triduum (3 Days) which include Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil (Holy Saturday night) celebrate the salvific moments of our Lord's life in which you and I are restored to our status as adopted children of God. Please, please, please try to come to these special Masses, which you will find listed below.  Also, please note the special devotions and confessions that are available during Holy Week."

Holy Thursday (April 2)

8 a.m. -- Morning Prayer

7 p.m. -- Mass of the Lord's Supper

Good Friday (April 3)

8 a.m. -- Morning Prayer

Noon -- Seven Last Sayings of Christ (at Calvary Baptist Church; sponsored by the Wichita Ministerial League)

3 p.m. -- Stations of the Cross

7 p.m. -- Celebration of the Lord's Passion

Holy Saturday (April 4)

8 a.m. -- Prayer

8:30 p.m. -- Easter Vigil

Confessions

 Tuesday, March 31: 4:30 to 6 p.m.; 7 to 8 p.m.

Wednesday, April 1: 4:30 to 6 p.m.; 7 to 8 p.m.

Thursday, April 2: 3:30 to 5 p.m.

Friday, April 3: 3:30 to 5 p.m.

Mass Times

Chalice
Lord's Day Mass
Sun 8 AM
11 AM
5 PM
Daily Mass
Mon 8 AM
Tue - Thu 6 PM
Fri-Sat

8 AM

 

See the bulletin for details

 

Confession

One half hour before
each Mass
Saturday
4:00-5:30 PM
By appointment
Confession
 

Holy Savior Catholic Church and Academy
1425 N. Chautauqua
Wichita, KS 67214
316.682.8712
church@holy-savior.org

 

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