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May 2007

KLUG-Henry G.

KLUG-Henry G., 85. Visitation 5 p.m., wake service 7 p.m. May 18, 72nd Street Chapel. Funeral service May 19, 9:30 a.m. at chapel, 10 a.m. Mass at St. Pius X Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Survived by wife, Mary; children and spouses, Rosemary and Bruce Jacobs, Ralph and Muffin Klug, Jerry Klug, Bill and Anne Klug, Henry J. and Jackye Klug, Amy and Dan Comstock, Eileen and Jim Baker, Beth Klug, Ione and Dan Pavlik, Elsie and Frank Moran, and Gretchen and Gary Oborny; 18 grandchildren; brother, Bill Klug; sister, Alice Skalitzky; nieces, nephews; friends. Memorials to St.

HODIK-Agnes (Zaloudek)

HODIK-Agnes (Zaloudek), 95. Funeral May 18 at St. Patrick Church. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Paul J. Hodik. Survived by daughter, Marlene Hodik; daughter and son-in-law, Margaret and Glenn Wrich; two grandsons, two great-grandchildren.

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Beginning at the end

Busy. That's how Father James Keiter describes the current atmosphere at St. Peter Claver Cristo Rey, Omaha's newest Catholic high school.

While most schools are focused on the end of a school year, St. Peter Claver is thinking about the beginning of its first one.

The school, located in the former St. Mary School at 36th and Q streets, will open its doors this fall."Literally starting at 7 a.m. every morning this place is busy," said Father Keiter, the school's president.

Beginning at the end

Busy. That's how Father James Keiter describes the current atmosphere at St. Peter Claver Cristo Rey, Omaha's newest Catholic high school.

While most schools are focused on the end of a school year, St. Peter Claver is thinking about the beginning of its first one.

The school, located in the former St. Mary School at 36th and Q streets, will open its doors this fall."Literally starting at 7 a.m. every morning this place is busy," said Father Keiter, the school's president.

Local center gets new director, new direction

The Heart Ministry Center has been helping individuals and families in North Omaha since 1996 by providing assistance with food, clothing, rent, utilities, personal care items and funeral expenses.

But now, with the appointment of a new director - Sara Hohnstein - the center is taking on a new role in the community.

An outreach program of Sacred Heart Parish in Omaha, the Heart Ministry Center, located at 2222 Binney St., will now offer educational opportunities and medical outreach services in addition to providing basic necessities to individuals and families.

Students discover life outside classroom

Not all learning takes place in the classroom.

That's why the 353 girls at Mercy High School in Omaha escaped the walls of their school to explore new areas and try new activities.

The school's April 30 Day of Discovery gave students "a first-hand experience at an opportunity that might not otherwise be available to them," said student council faculty sponsor Kate Tarsney.

St. Gerald Parish to celebrate anniversaries

St. Gerald Parish in Ralston is marking its 50th year as a parish and the church building's 10th anniversary with two days of events.

The celebrations begin June 2 at 6 p.m. with "Sausage Fest," a sausage dinner sponsored by the Knights of Columbus at the site of the original church - 78th and Lakeview streets in Ralston.Dancing, with music provided by Patrick Farrell, is planned after the dinner.

On June 3 Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss will preside at the 10:30 a.m. Mass at the church on 96th and Q streets in Omaha.

Ordination for transitional diaconate set for May 25

Three seminarians will be one step closer to becoming priests for the Archdiocese of Omaha May 25 when they are ordained to the transitional diaconate.

Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss will ordain Scott Hastings, Chi Igboanusi and Jeff Mollner at 7 p.m. at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha.

The public is invited to attend the ordination and a reception is planned after the Mass in the Cathedral Cultural Center.

Archbishop announces latest priest assignments

After consultation with the Priests' Personnel Board of the Archdiocese of Omaha, and in accord with canons 523, 539, 547, 565 and the Pastor Tenure and Priest Assignment policy, Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss made the following appointments, effective June 21, 2007, unless otherwise noted:

Pastors

Rev. Rodney T. Adams, pastor of St. Rose of Lima, Omaha, is reappointed for an additional six-year term as pastor, while remaining pastor of St. Bridget, Omaha.

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