More than 30 students – juniors and seniors from Twin River Public High School in Genoa with their dates – pose for a pre-prom photo March 28 after celebrating Palm Sunday Mass at St. Rose of Lima Church, also in Genoa.
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A recent basketball tournament and two other activities run by youths raised more than $1,200 to help people, both in Omaha and abroad.
Catholic Charities gave 200 low-income refugee and immigrant families fresh produce, baked goods, meat and other grocery items from a mobile food pantry April 2 at Yates Community Center and Elementary School in Omaha.
Through donations made in theology classes during Lent, students at Marian High School in Omaha raised $3,600 for the nonprofit Assistance League of Omaha’s Assault Survivor Kits program (ASK).
More than 675 people took the opportunity to be inspired at The Gathering, a March 28 dinner at Embassy Suites in La Vista that raised about $348,000 for Sacred Heart, All Saints and Holy Name schools in Omaha.
Recognizing that worship of Jesus’ sacrifice to redeem the world unites all Christians, the pastor of St. Gerald Parish in Ralston, Father Owen Korte, made and ecumenical effort in an outdoor Stations of the Cross.
Darwin Barker, an Omaha-area square dance caller, leads the fun March 28 at St. Margaret Mary School’s 15th annual Halfway Hoedown. Sixty-four fourth-graders and their parents celebrated the halfway mark of the students’ elementary school education with the dance, dinner and family photos in the Omaha school’s auditorium.
Nearly four decades ago, I sued the governor of Nebraska – J. James, "Big Jim," Exon.
Earlier this month, the Norfolk Catholic Schools Board of Education received the National Catholic Educational Association’s (NCEA) outstanding board award at NCEA’s annual conference in Orlando, Fla. The work of the board and the journey to this award make for a great stewardship story.
Galatians 1:15-18 is not your basic witness-to-the-resurrection text. Yet St. Paul’s mini-spiritual autobiography helps us understand just how radically the experience of the Risen Lord changed the first disciples’ religious worldview, and why an evangelical imperative was built into that experience.