A new insurance agent has been appointed for several Knights of Columbus councils in northeast Nebraska.
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More than 200 people attended Roncalli Catholic High School’s 15th annual High Tea Nov. 1 in Omaha, raising $11,000 for scholarships and other tuition aid.
Collecting different items each day of the week – such as canned meats and beans on Mondays and fruits, vegetables, soups and pastas on Tuesdays – students and others at St. Wenceslaus School in Omaha gathered enough food from Oct. 9 to Nov. 6 to stock a Catholic Charities’ food pantry for about six months.
Twenty-six eighth-graders at St. Bernadette School in Omaha created artwork using litter and recyclables to raise awareness about the importance of recycling and better understand issues related to population, resources, environmental impact and energy consumption.
Community within community. That’s what two archdiocesan parishes have discovered through a parish renewal program called Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP).
Many Americans have observed with great alarm the meteoric advance and acceptance of homosexuality and same-sex "marriage" in our nation. Working with equal persistence, and grabbing the coattails of the homosexual movement’s recent successes, is the so-called transgender or gender identity movement.
What a glorious autumn. For weeks we were treated to trees aglow in their amber, vibrant red and orange dressings. The radiance they reflected seemed to filter into every corner of our world. This has to be what God had in mind during those early days of creation. A beauty that takes our breath away.
Marianist Brother D. Leo Willett, whose 71 years of service included seven years as founding principal of Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School in Bellevue, died Nov. 14 in San Antonio. He was 90.
Deacon Ernest Gencarelli, whose 28 years of service included helping with baptisms, weddings and other ministries at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Omaha and working extensively with troubled youth, died Nov. 10. He was 90.