Archbishop George J. Lucas is inviting people across the archdiocese to help shape a shared pastoral vision and priority plan – and he plans to hear suggestions firsthand.
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Schools throughout the Archdiocese of Omaha will celebrate the gift that is Catholic education – teaching the faith, building community and preparing students for a future of service and success – as they mark Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 31-Feb. 6.
As construction continues toward an August opening, the St. John Paul II Newman Center in Omaha is accepting housing applications from students looking to make it their new home.
» March for Life, Washington, D.C.
Most institutions, corporations and even government entities have a mission statement, defining what the organization is, why it exists – its reason for being. The mission statement captures the heart of an organization, its goals or the philosophies that underlie them.
Sometimes nothing is as helpful as a good metaphor. In his book, "The God Instinct," Tom Stella shares this story: A number of men who made their living as porters were hired one day to carry a huge load of supplies for a group on safari. Their loads were unusually heavy and the trek through the jungle was on a rough path.
Servant of Mary Sister Eileen Lantzy, whose 54 years of religious life included more than 20 years as a teacher and social worker in the archdiocese, died Jan. 1. She was 72.
A busy calendar is not uncommon. Whether it’s work, school and sports schedules, volunteer projects or a "to-do" list at home that staggers the imagination, most of us seem to find a way to fill our calendars.
The second session of the 104th Legislature of the Nebraska Unicameral is off and running. Each legislature involves a two-year cycle with the first year’s session (in odd numbered years) lasting 90 days and the second year’s session (in even numbered years) lasting 60 days.