The Krupa family on vacation at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado with Konstancja “Connie” Orzechowska, front center, Linda Krupa (mother), far left, Izzie, Stephen, Gary (father), Joe and Paige.
It’s been an eventful school year for three high school students from Eastern Europe participating in a Catholic exchange program in Nebraska. They traveled to the March for Life in Washington, D.C., got stuck in a snowstorm on their way back to... Read More

Dan Keller, left, director of Catholic Cemeteries, and Bill Barnes, manager of memorials and facilities, inspect the recently installed veterans’ memorial May 12 at Resurrection Cemetery in Omaha. Photo by Mike May/Staff.
Catholic Cemeteries’ annual Memorial Day commemorations will include a special dedication this year – for a new veterans’ memorial in Resurrection Cemetery in Omaha. Archbishop George J. Lucas will dedicate and bless the memorial after celebrating... Read More

Deacons Joseph Sund, left, Marcus Knecht, Patrick Nields, Rafael Majano and Eliot Schwer are preparing in the United States, along with Deacon Tobias Letak in Rome, photo at right.
Six men – the largest class in the Archdiocese of Omaha since 2002 – are preparing for ordination to the priesthood at a June 4 Mass at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha. "The entire church rejoices in priestly ordinations," said Father Joseph Taphorn... Read More

Archbishop George J. Lucas prepares to break ground May 5 on a six-room addition to St. Wenceslaus School in Omaha. With him are James Dennell, president of BCDM Architects of Omaha, Father Thomas Bauwens, pastor of St. Wenceslaus Parish, Rita Bartlett, parish pastoral council chairman, Patrick Slattery, superintendent of archdiocesan schools, and Ed Thiele, chairman of the building committee.
A May 5 groundbreaking for a six-classroom addition is just the beginning of a multi-year plan for expansion at St. Wenceslaus Parish and School in Omaha that includes building a new church. Archbishop George J. Lucas assisted with the... Read More

Archbishop George. J. Lucas greets people after a May 15 Mass celebrating Pentecost and the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. Photo by Mike May/Staff.
Journeying just a few blocks or several hours, the faithful of the archdiocese came together at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha May 15 to celebrate the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy on the Solemn Feast of Pentecost. The event was part of the... Read More

The Krupa family on vacation at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado with Konstancja “Connie” Orzechowska, front center, Linda Krupa (mother), far left, Izzie, Stephen, Gary (father), Joe and Paige.

Dan Keller, left, director of Catholic Cemeteries, and Bill Barnes, manager of memorials and facilities, inspect the recently installed veterans’ memorial May 12 at Resurrection Cemetery in Omaha. Photo by Mike May/Staff.

Deacons Joseph Sund, left, Marcus Knecht, Patrick Nields, Rafael Majano and Eliot Schwer are preparing in the United States, along with Deacon Tobias Letak in Rome, photo at right.

Archbishop George J. Lucas prepares to break ground May 5 on a six-room addition to St. Wenceslaus School in Omaha. With him are James Dennell, president of BCDM Architects of Omaha, Father Thomas Bauwens, pastor of St. Wenceslaus Parish, Rita Bartlett, parish pastoral council chairman, Patrick Slattery, superintendent of archdiocesan schools, and Ed Thiele, chairman of the building committee.

Archbishop George. J. Lucas greets people after a May 15 Mass celebrating Pentecost and the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. Photo by Mike May/Staff.
Deacon Joseph “Jose” Ramirez, a member of the archdiocese’s first permanent diaconate class whose service included helping establish Spanish Masses in south Omaha parishes, died May 25. He was 90. Visitation begins at 5 p.m. with a vigil service at 7 p.m. May 30, and Deacon Ramirez’s funeral Mass...
A Kansas-based organization is offering workshops in Nebraska next month designed to help people transform the abortion debate into dialogue. “It’s to teach folks how to engage on the issue of abortion, as an opportunity for dialogue rather than contentious debate,” said Tom Venzor, associate...
People are invited to send cards of celebration to Father James V. Brown, a Snyder native now in California whose 70 years of priesthood includes more than three decades in the Archdiocese of Omaha. For the past few weeks the church bulletin at St. James Parish in Omaha has included postal and...
The high school years are an exciting time of growth – through academics, co-curricular activities, faith formation and service to others. And dedicated parents, teachers, pastors, parish religious education instructors, campus ministers, youth ministers and many others help shape the faith lives...
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