Kansas Catholic College Student Convention
KCCSC is an annual gathering of young Catholics from universities and colleges across the state. We worship God and deepen our faith. Through Mass, Eucharistic adoration, prayer, speakers, dance, and down time, we encounter God and one another.
The Didde Catholic Campus Center organized the 2014 KCCSC held in Topeka, KS.
And the fun begins!
The students were blessed to have several priests and bishops of Kansas participate in the conference.
Keith Strohm was a Keynote speaker at KCCSC.
During the breaks, students had the opportunity to make hats that would be donated to babies.
Students had the opportunity to visit with the many religious sisters, brothers, and priests who attended KCCSC.
After enjoying a formal dinner, students showed off their dance moves.
Fr. Ray May, pastor at the Didde Catholic Campus Center, gives a homily.
Students at KCCSC enjoy a formal dinner.
Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the Archdiocese of Kansas City
The students were blessed to have live music during Mass and other prayer times throughout the conference.
At the Didde Center, the KCCSC board advertised the conference and updated the community on how much money had been raised.
Students were given the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation at KCCSC.
Sr. Vicki Lichtenauer