LAMBERT-Judy E., 74. Funeral June 18 at the funeral home. Entombment Resurrection Cemetery. Survived by husband, Gary Lambert; children and spouses, Kim and Jay Maddox, Gary Lambert II, Wendy and Reed Grandgenett, Debora and Daryl Kottwitz, and Terri and Todd Webster; nine grandchildren; great-grandson. Memorials to New Cassel Retirement Center.
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PECK-Rosalie C., 72. Funeral Mass June 15 at St. Philip Neri Church. Interment St. John Cemetery, Bellevue. Preceded in death by parents, Leo B. and Phyllis T. Hayden; brother, Boyd C. Hayden; husband, Fred A. Peck Jr.
STUART-Virginia M., 95. Funeral Mass June 16 at Christ the King Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Hugh Stuart; infant granddaughter; daughter-in-law, Jan Stuart. Survived by sons and daughters-in-law, Robert C. and Mary Stuart, Lt. Col., USMC, Ret., and James E. B.
Sacred Heart School students and staff celebrated secretary Kathy Fisher’s 30 years of service with a Mass.
Fisher has worked for eight principals in her years at the Omaha school.
“I have given my heart and soul to this school,” she said. “I’ve grown as a person working here and I love every family associated with Sacred Heart School.”
Pope Francis often reminds Catholics that we need to get out of the pews and take the Gospel message into the world.
Richard and Mary Alyce Nelson’s 16 grandchildren hold a special place in their hearts – and on their kitchen wall calendar.
Nearly every day Father Damien Wee – pastor of St. Rose Parish in Hooper and St. Lawrence Parish in Scribner – types out a short message for his more than 4,000 Facebook friends.
In 2012, the Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) issued the statement "Our First, Most Cherished Liberty," expressing grave concerns about increasing attacks against religious liberty at home and abroad.
When Denise and Paul Hausmann plan a trip, they go beyond mapping a route and booking hotels.
They plan for Sunday Mass.