Catholic Charities of Omaha’s after-school and summer camp programs recently received a $2,000 boost from Staples Foundation, the charitable arm of office supply company Staples Inc. In particular, the grant will support the use of technology for education, including large-group demonstrations.
You are here
Twenty-four students in Shelley Brown’s seventh-grade science class at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Omaha added their expertise to a free summer exhibition of chromolithographs featuring Yellowstone National Park at Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha.
Six seventh-graders at St. Pius X-St. Leo School in Omaha topped a field of 61 teams to win their division in the 2014 Destination Imagination Global Finals in Knoxville, Tenn.
Becky Feagan, a fourth-grade teacher at St. Mary School in Bellevue, won the "Gildersleeve-Stoddard-Stone Geography Education Award" from the Geographic Educators of Nebraska.
The College of Saint Mary in Omaha hosted 51 ninth- and 10th-grade students from Nebraska and four other states during its 13th annual, weeklong Latina Summer Academy in Math and Science.
Archbishop George J. Lucas addresses those gathered June 17 at the 50th anniversary celebration of Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital in Omaha, which was founded by the Sisters of Mercy and named in honor of the late Archbishop Gerald T. Bergan.
Father Kevin Joyce, then-associate pastor of St. Pius X Parish in Omaha, watches parishioners release 60 balloons carrying Scripture verses June 29 after a prayer service celebrating the parish’s 60th anniversary. The event kicked off a year’s worth of activities that also will celebrate St.
Families gathering at an Aug. 3 festival at Roncalli Catholic High School in Omaha will celebrate a special anniversary – 50 years of education at 6401 Sorensen Parkway in Omaha.
The Catholic Voice won two advertising awards in the All Membership Classes division from the Catholic Press Association during its Catholic Media Convention June 18-20 in Charlotte, N.C., including first place for its advertising media kit.
People attending an Aug. 2 Servants of the Heart of the Father conference in Columbus will have the opportunity to draw closer to God by plumbing Scripture, the Mass and their own experiences, said Father Rodney Kneifl, founder of the Servants ministry, which is dedicated to spiritual renewal and respect for life.