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This is the first update on our new website.  There are some things that will look familiar to you and some that will look or act a bit differently.  Our club is indebted to Dr. Bob Luchi for his tireless efforts to develop and maintain such a great website.  He set a very high bar for us to achieve.  Thanks Dr. Bob.

The Serra Valentine Mass and Dinner will be held on Wednesday, February 13th at Milburn Country Club in Overland Park.  Registration information is on the calendar page.

At the regular meeting on January 23rd, Msgr. Mullen inducted five new members into our club. 


John Bartolac (wearing a "We love the Sisters" apron) with Sisters Servants of Mary

Since 1990 Super Bowl Sunday in KCK has always been associated with the annual Spaghetti Dinner orchestrated and supported by three families and their friends. Serrans are among their supporters either by helping out at the Spaghetti Dinner or by purchasing tickets for the meal and/or the various raffles offered.  See the calendar for details.

The annual SOS Benefit Dinner was a great success. Held at Union Station on Friday, January 25th, the activity benefits seminarians from our Archdiocese, the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph and Conception Seminary. Setup volunteers included eight members from our club. We were also well represented at the dinner.  See the photos at the end of this article. 

Archbishop Naumann always attracts a large crowd of Serrans and this was no exception. Other honored guests included Fr. Scott Wallisch, archdiocesan co-director of seminarians, Fr. Dan Morris, archdiocesan vocations director, Jerry Malone, president of Johnson County Serra club, Nancy Gibson, past district governor and Matt Fassero, president of the Atchison Serra Club.

Fr. Dan gave a brief update first. The archdiocese has seven men currently with applications to seminary. While it’s good to have that many, he cautioned us that they still have to go through the discernment process. The Archbishop’s Quo Vadis retreat will be held Dec. 21-23 for young men who are interested. Entitled “In Mercy Chosen” it will be lead by Fr. Bill Bruning.