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Sisters Servants of Mary Vocation Mass

Serra Clubs meeting with Archbishop Naumann

For me, all vocation Masses are wonderful, but the Vocation Mass at the Sisters, Servants of Mary Convent Chapel has always been special. It is small and intimate. Msgr. Mullen and Fr. Arsenault celebrated a moving Mass. But above all it is the spirit of these holy women who have so little yet give so much. It is the sense of being in a special, sacred space, an intense sense of the presence of the Holy Spirit.

Click here to see the photos from this first Vocation Mass of 2017.

Parent/Seminarian Mass and Luncheon

Photo of Michael Schreck and his family

Click here to see the photos.

Valentine Day Mass and Dinner

photo from last year's event

Get ready to celebrate Valentine's Day with a Mass and delightful dinner at Milburn Country Club where we have had this event (and our Memorial Mass and Dinner) for many years. The Mass is beautiful, the setting perfect and the dinner superb.

Click here to register for the 2017 Mass and Dinner

Nada te turbe: Carmelite Virtual Harmony

Carmelite Virtual Harmony—Briefly

Technology is giving Carmelite Nuns around the world a chance to be unified without ever having to leave their monasteries. A Carmelite Nun from Reno, Sister Claire, wrote the music for "Nada te turbe" (let nothing disturb you) to mark the 500th Anniversary of Saint Teresa’s birth. Virtual Harmony has united these women, scattered througout the world, in a way that they might not have ever imagined.

The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts selected Virtual Harmony for an Award of Distinction from among the 2016 entries in the Communicator category.

For the complete story and extended video of the making of "Nada te turbe" and for "Salve Regina", a second Virtual Harmony production, click here.

SI should consider a “Serra Virtual Harmony” of world-wide Serrans for two purposes: membership in Serra and praying for vocations. Wonderful tools for Clubs throughout the world!

The Kingdom of God in KCK

The seed of the Kingdom, although hidden, continues to grow and bear fruit. From time to time we catch a glimpse of the Kingdom in our own neighborhoods. We will post articles on this theme from time to time. Here is the first, The King Comes, le us watch with Juile, from the Lumen Christi Monastery, 36 south Boeke St. KCK

Read this short vignette here

Serra kck can be proud

Amanda SteuveTHANK YOU! I am so excited to say that because of your generosity, I have raised enough funds for vocations to merit an award that will mitigate all of my student loans! (pending Laboure's award process) I will start formation with the Little Sisters of the Lamb at the end of January! Best. Christmas. Gift. Ever. Thank you so much!

To read her story and see her video click here.

Friar Gabriel, Franciscan Community of the Poor, sent Serra KCK a note of thanks for helping him with his education expenses.

Two people, two vocations paths moved forward with the help of Serra KCK.

Serra USA and links to other Serra clubs in the US.

Keep up to date on what's going on in USA Serra CLubs by clicking HERE for the redesigned Serra USA website. Newsletters are no longer available but there are links to clubs that have websites (like ours!) under "Membership", "USA Clubs".

Send a birthday greeting to your favorite priest or seminarian

January birthdays? Click HERE.
February birthdays? Click HERE

To search birthdays in 2017 by last name click HERE.

To see seminarians adopted by KCK Serrans click HERE.

President Burn's letter for January 2017

photograph of Jim BurnsPresident Burns summing up Serra KCK's accomplishments for 2016 as they were presented to Archbishop Naumann on the December meeting of Archdiocesan Serra Clubs. He also coments on what's ahead for Serra KCK in January and some critical issues facing our club in 2017.

Read the full leter here..


January Newsletter Click on the image to see the current and the previous 5 months of Serra KCK Newsletters. They will open in Adobe Reader (free download). Then print your newsletter directly from the Adobe Reader menu, if you wish.