Fresh air, exercise, fellowship and service – all are part of two upcoming fundraising runs and walks.
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Archbishop George J. Lucas will join representatives from 10 Omaha-area parishes May 20 at the parish center of St. Charles Borromeo Church near Gretna to discuss a strategic plan for growth as the population increases in parts of the archdiocese.
Five men accepted a centuries-old commission to serve God and his people when they were ordained as permanent deacons May 2 at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha.
Five men moved one step closer to the priesthood May 29 when they were ordained transitional deacons at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha.
Recalling signs that his path might lead to the priesthood, Deacon Matthew Niggemeyer remembers the patience, kindness and consideration of the late Msgr. Eugene Kerwin, founder of St. Robert Bellarmine Parish in Omaha.
A student from Petersburg and four students from the Omaha area were among five winners of the archdiocese’s annual Pro-Life Student Essay Contest.
They advance to the statewide contest with winners from the dioceses of Grand Island and Lincoln.
Graduates should look to the future through the eyes of God, not in the competitive way the culture around them views the world, said Carolyn Woo, president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
The archdiocese’s $52 million Ignite the Faith capital campaign just keeps on giving – not only by helping the archdiocese’s schools, ministries and programs, but its 140 parishes.
Amazing things happen when people open themselves to the work of the Holy Spirit.
And Mary’s example, in her cooperation with God, shines for all Christians, especially as they prepare for Pentecost on May 24, two archdiocesan priests said.
Amid the excitement and growth experienced during high school, this spring’s graduating seniors also faced challenges along their faith and learning journeys.