A bill introduced in the Nebraska Legislature to make "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" protected classifications under state employment law would harm society and erode religious liberty, according to the Nebraska Catholic Conference.
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Seeking to strengthen the community of married couples, the Family Life Office is building on the recent marriage enrichment dinner in Omaha with a series of "date nights" for participants, who are encouraged to invite other couples, said Valerie Conzett, director.
Denise Wharton’s head rested on her husband Tom’s shoulder as she quietly listened to him profess his love and gratitude for her during the annual marriage enrichment dinner, held Feb. 6 at St. Margaret Mary Parish in Omaha.
Proponents of utilizing Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions that allow and encourage states to expand Medicaid-insured health-care coverage are back with implementing legislation for a third time in as many years in Nebraska. This time it’s LB472. Will it be the charm?
During the last few months, as I have listened to the radio spots and seen the billboards and ads for the compelling Catholic schools’ marketing campaign "Awaken Greatness," I have been reminded of one of my favorite memories from my years on staff at Omaha’s Marian High School.
Two recent interviews in the National Catholic Register suggest there’s considerable confusion about what’s what in Ukraine. That confusion reflects the success of the extraordinary Russian disinformation campaign that’s been underway for the past 15 months.
For the 50th time, employees with Catholic Mutual Group recently made a 150-mile round-trip to deliver food to the needy – from Catholic Charities’ Juan Diego Center in Omaha to the agency’s emergency food pantry at St. Joseph Parish in Walthill.
A $10,000 grant will help the Notre Dame Sisters revise their strategic plan for Seven Oaks of Notre Dame, a home for low-income seniors in Omaha.
Spelling the word "Mikado" correctly clinched the championship for seventh-grader Tharein Potuhera of St. Wenceslaus Parish in Omaha at the Metropolitan Catholic Schools Spelling Bee Feb. 7.
Coats, hats, gloves, mittens and scarves were among 370 winter-weather items donated by students at Marian High School to those in need at the Open Door Mission homeless shelter in Omaha.