With planting season underway, Dave Pongratz, left, and his father, Dick Pongratz, handle a bag of corn seed April 22.
Faith and hope.   In the springtime, farmers and ranchers across the archdiocese call on both as they plant crops they hope will yield a bountiful harvest come fall.    And the new life symbolized each spring in the wobbly steps of a... Read More

Rosemary Andrews lays a protective cover over a tablecloth in the parish center at Christ the King Parish in Omaha. Photo by DAVID GOUGER/STAFF.
For 87-year-old Rosemary Andrews, a typical day could include planting vegetables in her garden, praying the rosary while taking a brisk 30-minute walk and driving to the grocery store. A member of Christ the King Parish in Omaha, Andrews’ routine... Read More

With planting season underway, Dave Pongratz, left, and his father, Dick Pongratz, handle a bag of corn seed April 22.

Rosemary Andrews lays a protective cover over a tablecloth in the parish center at Christ the King Parish in Omaha. Photo by DAVID GOUGER/STAFF.
The Catholic Voice received six awards – including first place in building circulation – in the Nebraska Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest at the group’s April 18 annual convention in Lincoln. Competing with the state’s largest non-daily newspapers, the official newspaper of the...
Four separate allegations of clergy sexual abuse of a minor were reported and investigated in the 2013-2014 fiscal year in the Archdiocese of Omaha. And each of the claims – against two archdiocesan priests and two priests from outside the archdiocese – were unable to be proven, and the...
The Nebraska Catholic Conference (NCC), which represents the public policy interests of the state’s three bishops, is urging special prayers for marriage. The initiative began April 28, the day the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in cases from four states. “On behalf of the bishops of Nebraska,...
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