People can help raise money for student scholarships through the Polish Heritage Society of Nebraska even as they sample six Polish and European beers and eat a traditional Polish meal of bigos (hunter’s stew), pierogi and kielbasa.
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The Siena/Francis House homeless shelter in Omaha plans to build a new men’s shelter next year or in 2017, with hopes of raising enough money to also construct a daytime center for job training, counseling and other services.
Angelo Nacarelli, a seventh-grader at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Omaha, handles a wheelbarrow and Liam Clements, a third-grader, helps unload a pumpkin Oct. 5 at Our Lady of Lourdes-St. Adalbert Parish for the school’s fourth-annual pumpkin sale fundraiser.
Norfolk Catholic Junior/Senior High School football players Justin Timmerman, left, and Colton Lyons, Myles Vrbka and Paul Uhlir help remove the crumb rubber surface Oct. 2 from Norfolk Catholic’s elementary school playground in Norfolk.
An attorney who once studied for the priesthood is the new associate director for Pro Life and Family at the Nebraska Catholic Conference (NCC), based in Lincoln.
Archbishop George J. Lucas will be honored as the first recipient of the Sword of St. Ignatius award Nov. 11 at Creighton Preparatory School’s Loyola Dinner of Honor and Distinction.
Routine – just a simple, frequently used word. But with meanings that can be worlds apart.
The culture of death succeeded in planting another root in the state of California last week as Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill legalizing doctor-prescribed suicide (DPS), often referred to as physician-assisted suicide.
A recent PEW Study offered unfortunate statistics about the status of our church. Most haunting to me and to many is the research focused on young adults.
ROME – Since Pope Francis announced that two synods would examine the contemporary crisis of marriage and the family and work to devise more evangelically dynamic responses to that crisis, a lot of attention has focused on issues of Catholic discipline.