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June 2009

CARINO-Heidizel A.

CARINO-Heidizel A., 55. Funeral Mass June 19 at Our Lady of Peace Church, Capehart Chapel, Bellevue. Interment Cedardale Cemetery. Survived by husband, Levy, Bellevue; sons and daughters-in-law, Sherwin and Raquel Carino, Wichita, Kan., Al, Bellevue, and Ronald and Jen Hernandez, Philippines; daughter, Rowena Carino, Bellevue; mother, Maxima Alcaraz, Guam; sister and brother-in-law, Melzialita and Alberto Manabat, Las Vegas, Nev.; two grand-children. Memorials to the family.

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Official schedule

Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss' activities over the next four weeks:

June 19

» Camp St. Michael for seventh and eighth graders at the Elden F. Curtiss Youth Camp and Retreat Center, Omaha.

June 20

» Dedication of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, Intercessors of the Lamb.

June 21

» 100th Anniversary, St. John the Baptist Parish, Fordyce.

June 22-30

» Guatemala mission visit.

July 1

» Office appointments.

July 2

Welcome to your new home

Welcome, Archbishop-designate George J. Lucas, to your new home.

A vibrant Catholic community of more than 221,000 awaits your installation as the 10th ordinary and fifth archbishop of the local church.

You can count on being greeted with open arms as you travel throughout the 23 counties of Northeast Nebraska to meet your flock. You will discover 148 parishes and missions as well as an impressive school system - 58 elementary and 18 secondary schools.

Recent poll shows shift in public opinion on life issues

Call it irony or Divine Providence. On the same weekend that Notre Dame was honoring pro-abortion President Obama, a new Gallup poll was released showing - for the first time since the poll's origin in 1995 - a majority of U.S. adults now identifying themselves as pro-life.

Fifty-one percent of those polled identified themselves as pro-life, while 42 percent called themselves pro-choice. This is an amazing shift from just one year ago when 50 percent identified themselves as pro-choice and 44 percent as pro-life.

Death penalty appeals are already under way

Within just five days the first legal appeal of Nebraska's newly enacted death-penalty legislation was filed with the state Supreme Court. Most likely this is the beginning of a long, expensive process that may or may not eventually result in execution of one or more of those tried and convicted of aggravated first-degree murder. This matter is one of years, not months.

Reward is often greater than sacrifice

It was the perfect weekend - five of us girls going to Chicago to celebrate a 50th birthday. We left behind children, husbands, baseball games, graduation parties, cooking and laundry for about 36 hours of girl talk, good food, shopping for ourselves, a little wine, a Broadway play and whatever else we darn well wanted to do!

The weather - sunny and warm - couldn't have been more perfect, and for Chicago, that's saying something.

Servants of Mary welcome class of 1959



Marian High School class of 1959 alumnus, Kay Brodersen Lear, left, was one of about 85 graduates, guests and sisters attending the 50th reunion of the first graduating class of the school. Joining her at the June 7 event are Maria Marasco Farrell, development director for the Servants of Mary; Sister Carolyn Foley, former president of Marian High School; and Sister Ginny Silvestri, provincial of the Servants of Mary. The Servants of Mary are the founders and sponsors of Marian High School. Courtesy photo.

Students from rural schools participate in D.C. tour



Eighth grade students and their parents from several rural schools in the Archdiocese of Omaha visited the Washington, D.C., area June 2-6 with Christian Discoveries. They toured historic places, monuments, memorials and museums as well as cathedrals and churches. Students involved in the trip were from St. Francis School in Humphrey, Sacred Heart School in Norfolk, Guardian Angels School in West Point and St. Mary School in O'Neill. Courtesy photo.

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