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June 2015


A rendering of Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School’s planned health and conditioning center in Bellevue. Rendering by Carlson West Povondra Architects.

Gross Catholic High School building new health, conditioning center

A new health and conditioning center, installing synthetic turf on an outdoor field and renovating the chapel are part of a $4 million "Spirit Strong" building initiative at Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School in Bellevue.


Archbishop George J. Lucas gathers with honorees at a June 2 recognition dinner for the Archbishop’s Committee for Development, held at the Omaha Country Club. From left: Kelly and Dr. Britt Thedinger, Peg and Gene Steffensmeier, Archbishop Lucas, and Angie Quinn and Mickey Anderson, who accepted the award on behalf of their mother, Mary Joy Anderson, and their late father, Tal.

Committee honors three couples

The Archbishop’s Committee for Development (ACD) honored three couples at its 40th annual recognition dinner June 2 at the Omaha Country Club.


Alan Meitler, vice president of Milwaukee-based Meitler consulting, outlines a planning effort for parishes and schools launched May 20 at a meeting at St. Charles Borromeo Parish near Gretna. Photo by Joe Ruff.

Growing suburbs catch attention

Shaping the future with excitement – to spread the faith, and meet the needs of a growing population.


A hearse carrying the body of Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco passes through downtown Omaha May 26 as part of the funeral procession from St. John Church at Creighton University to St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Faith community supports Orozco family

Every Sunday morning about 60 people gather for the 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph Church in Omaha.

One step closer

Archbishop George J. Lucas stands with newly ordained transitional Deacons Joseph Sund, far left, Eliot Schwer, Rafael Majano, Marcus Knecht and Patrick Nields after their ordination Mass May 29 at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha. Over the next year, the men will continue their studies and journey to the priesthood.

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