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New pro-life group prepares to administer Kansas’ $2 million abortion-alternative program

Sep 12, 2023

By Daniel Payne

The program is “a social service with a material component” that helps pregnant women and mothers access food, diapers, counseling,... Read more


Kansas begins to implement state-funded ‘Alternatives to Abortion’ program

Jul 20, 2023

By Daniel Payne

In spite of the Kansas governor’s veto, the program has been enacted and will fund pregnancy resource centers, maternity homes,... Read more

Father Emil Kapaun celebrating Mass using the hood of a jeep as his altar, Oct. 7, 1950. Public domain.

Post office in Kansas receives new name in honor of Father Emil J. Kapaun

May 29, 2023

By Francesca Pollio Fenton

A bill introduced by Rep. Tracey Mann of Kansas will recognize the Medal of Honor recipient whose cause for canonization... Read more


Kansas and Arizona governors veto bills to protect babies born alive after botched abortions  

Apr 18, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday vetoed a “born-alive” infant protection bill a week after Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed... Read more

The Cathedral of Saint Peter in Kansas City, Kansas, located in the Diocese of Kansas City, which was one of the four dioceses named in the state's clergy abuse investigation.

Kansas clergy sex abuse investigation reports 188 clergy members suspected of crimes

Jan 11, 2023

By Joe Bukuras

Kansas authorities investigating clerical sex abuse have identified 188 Catholic and Society of St. Pius X clergy members suspected of... Read more

Caden Bennett and Madeleine Sri started their own business, Little Way of Perfection, while students at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.

These college students started a coffee business that was inspired by a prayer

Nov 12, 2022

By Francesca Pollio Fenton

When Madeleine Sri and Caden Bennett met as students at Benedictine College, little did they know they would become co-owners... Read more

Father James Jackson, FSSP, appears at an arraignment before the Rhode Island District Court, Nov. 15, 2021.

Priest charged with child porn investigated for illegal 'internet activity' while he was awaiting trial

Oct 6, 2022

By Joe Bukuras

A Kansas police detective said that Father James Jackson was the “primary target” in a child pornography investigation run by... Read more

A poll worker helps a voter cast their ballot in the Kansas Primary Election at Merriam Christian Church on August 02, 2022 in Merriam, Kansas.

Kansas abortion vote: Why did the pro-life amendment fail?

Aug 4, 2022

By Katie Yoder

The reason a pro-life amendment — known as the “Value Them Both” amendment — recently failed in Kansas boils down... Read more

Supporters of the Vote Yes to a Constitutional Amendment on Abortion remove signs along 135th Street on Aug. 1, 2022, in Olathe, Kansas.

Post-Roe ‘confusion’ helped defeat Kansas pro-life amendment

Aug 3, 2022

By Kevin J. Jones

The pro-life campaign faulted “an onslaught of misinformation from radical left organizations that spent millions of out-of-state dollars to spread... Read more


Value Them Both: 8 things to know about Kansas’ abortion vote 

Aug 2, 2022

By Katie Yoder

Voters in Kansas are preparing to vote on a pro-life amendment later this summer. The state will be the first... Read more

Student canvassers from Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America visit voters in Olathe, Kan., July 28, 2022.

Kansas pro-lifers counter misinformation on Value Them Both amendment

Aug 1, 2022

By Carl Bunderson

Voting on the measure, which is being closely watched outside Kansas by both sides of the abortion debate, is Tuesday,... Read more


Big-spending abortion backers target Kansas ballot measure, but pro-lifers hope for win

Jul 31, 2022

By Kevin J. Jones

Backers of the Value Them Both Amendment expect to be outspent but are confident they will prevail at the ballot... Read more

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann from the Archdiocese of Kansas City appeared on EWTN's Pro-Life Weekly.

Kansas archbishop: Catholics should counter pro-abortion ‘bullying’ with truth

Jul 27, 2022

By Leonardo Colon

“I think for many of us, it’s been like the Berlin Wall coming down,” Archbishop Joseph Naumann said of Roe... Read more

Mary St. Hilaire, of Wichita, Kansas (left), and Kristina Massa, 22, of Lincoln, Nebraska, at the March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 21, 2022.

First statewide abortion vote after Roe is leaning pro-life, Kansas poll shows

Jul 20, 2022

By Katie Yoder

A new poll shows that a pro-life amendment on the ballot in Kansas is enjoying a narrow lead. The August... Read more

Kansas high school students Hannah Joerger (left) and Mara Loughman have been knocking on doors and encouraging voters to say yes to the Value Them Both amendment initiative Aug. 2, 2022.

Meet the high school students going door-to-door in defense of life

Jul 18, 2022

By Francesca Pollio Fenton

Hannah Joerger and Mara Loughman are hoping Kansas voters will approve the Value Them Both amendment on Aug. 2.  Read more

The words "My Body My Choice" appear on the Church of the Ascension in Overland Park, Kansas.

Kansas archbishop: Catholic church attacks are ‘un-American’

Jul 12, 2022

By Katie Yoder

Parish buildings and a statue of the Blessed Mother were “extensively defaced” with red spray paint in an “overt act... Read more

Kansas Capitol.

Kansas governor can't single out churches in COVID rules, judge says

Apr 20, 2020

By Kevin J. Jones

The Kansas governor’s emergency restrictions on church services wrongly treated religious gatherings more strictly than similar activities, a federal judge... Read more

Governor Laura Kelly delivers her inaugural speech is front of the steps of the Kansas State Capitol building, Jan 2019.

Kansas limits Easter church services to 10 people or less

Apr 9, 2020

The state of Kansas is limiting religious services to no more than ten people for Easter as part of measures... Read more

Kansas Capitol.

Kansas pro-life amendment fails to gain support for ballot placement

Feb 7, 2020

An effort to place a referendum on the Kansas ballot clarifying that abortion is not a constitutional right fell four... Read more

Kansas Capitol.

After 'grotesque' court ruling, Kansas pro-lifers continue push for ballot measure

Jan 13, 2020

Pro-life legislators and advocacy groups in Kansas, joined by the state’s Catholic bishops, are working to send a constitutional amendment... Read more