The call to experience God’s mercy and forgiveness by participating in the sacrament of reconciliation – especially during Lent and this year’s Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy – can be enhanced with spiritual preparation.
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Two Omaha-based pro-life organizations received boosts from recent fundraising dinners – raising both awareness and support for their cause.
The Catholic elementary and high schools in Elgin already share the same building.
A tiny virus 61 years ago turned Lois Krautkremer’s life upside down – but she remained steadfast in her faith.
That virus – polio – struck when she was a sophomore at Papillion High School.
It’s timely, and it matters.
St. John Vianney Parish in Omaha is offering a Theology Day March 6 titled, "Care for Our Common Home: The Ecological Crisis, Pope Francis and a Prophetic View of Collective Responsibility."
Learn to greet people in Spanish; recite the Our Father and Hail Mary; talk about objects in a classroom or office … all with little or no initial background in the language.
Catholic Cemeteries is expanding its Stations of the Cross prayer service beyond Good Friday this year – to nearly all Wednesdays in Lent – and introducing newly-installed, century-old artwork depicting Christ’s passion.
God forgives all, and God forgives always.
Pope Francis emphasized those words in December when he announced the Jubilee of Mercy, a year dedicated to experiencing God’s endless mercy and being merciful to others.
When Holy Cross Father Joe Corpora of Notre Dame University comes to Omaha April 12 to talk about ways Catholic schools can reach a growing Latino community, he will find several changes since a visit nearly four years ago.
It was a surprise for Heidi Smith of St. Stephen the Martyr Parish in Omaha.
Her husband, Jason, told her only that he planned a romantic evening together.