More than 100 people – 45 adults and their children – in Catholic Charities’ Family Strengthening Program at the Juan Diego Center in Omaha celebrated their hard work and accomplishments at a dinner Oct. 30.
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The need to prayerfully work through loss inspired Father Dave Korth’s fourth CD of Native American flute songs – and as in the past, all proceeds will go to the St. Augustine Indian Mission elementary school in Winnebago.
The name says it all.
Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) – a spiritual renewal program embraced recently at St. Leo the Great Parish in Omaha and St. Patrick Parish in Gretna – appears to be doing just that: renewing the faith of the parish through its members.
Encouraged by an increase in Latino students at Ss. Peter and Paul School in Omaha and hoping to more deeply connect with their families, the parish this month began offering a Mass in Spanish on Sundays.
Advent can be a powerful time of quiet preparation for Christmas – for those who embrace it – said two archdiocesan pastors, reflecting on the season.
Because the holidays can be a painful time for people who have lost loved ones, Catholic Cemeteries is offering a special gathering for healing and hope during Advent – a prayer service each Wednesday evening in Omaha.
As he was distributing meals and coats to the needy, he met a woman who said she was forced to sell her belongings and use her last $30 to buy a tent to take up residence by the Missouri River.
The Knights of Columbus recently partnered with two agencies to make winter a little warmer for thousands of people in the Omaha area.