Beatriz Arellanes, coordinator of Latino School Enrollment for the archdiocese, started her job just over a year ago by meeting people and talking to them about the benefits of Catholic education after all-Spanish Masses in south Omaha.
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Catholic Charities is selling a building to St. Frances Cabrini Parish in Omaha that once held a summer camp, after-school program and swimming pool – continuing Catholic ownership of property in an area near downtown that is seeing a resurgence in residential and retail development.
Bill Ramsey loves golf. He mentions this several times. Of course, he hasn’t played golf since he retired.
Catholic educators are called to be missionary disciples and evangelizers who share their own experiences of the faith even as they explain church teaching, a nationally known author and educator said at a March 14 gathering of religious education and youth ministry leaders, pastors and archdiocese staff in Omaha.
Counseling the doubtful – those facing challenges who doubt their lives will ever get better, who question their faith in God or their own self-worth – this is the work of counselors at Catholic Charities as they help their clien
Faith-filled, trusting and frank.
A military chaplain, a former superintendent of Catholic schools and the archbishop emeritus of Omaha will be among the 16 priests honored April 19 at the annual priest jubilee celebration.
The day after Easter Sunday – for many people it’s back to work or back to school.
Baptisms, confirmations and first Communions during parishes’ Easter Vigils March 26 brought many faithful into the Catholic Church
Striving to give even more students an opportunity to experience the benefits of Catholic education, the Archdiocese of Omaha is expanding its tuition grant program from nine Omaha-area pilot schools this year to 20 throughout the archdiocese.