The Nebraska Legislature is nearly finished with its 2016 session, and it’s unfortunate that several pro-life bills will fail to be enacted.
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She had received the gift of faith. It had sustained her. And she was at the podium to thank God and those who had provided her with that gift.
It seems odd, even a bit repulsive, when we encounter tales of elderly men running after women who are young enough to be their granddaughters. The wheelchair-bound billionaire oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall was 89 years old when he married the 26-year-old Anna Nicole Smith.
At the Easter Vigil a few weeks ago, tens of thousands of men and women, mature adults, were baptized or entered into full communion with the Catholic Church. Each of them walked a unique itinerary of conversion; each of these "newborn babes" (1 Pt 2:2) is a singular work of the Holy Spirit.
Pre-kindergarten teacher Michelle Vamosi helps her students Kenna Brungardt, in pink coat, Gemma Green, Erica Afele and Lizzie Welsch write their names and birth dates on the sidewalk April 4 at St. Bernard School in Omaha.
The dangers of distracted or drunken driving were presented at Marian High School in Omaha April 1, part of an emphasis the school has placed on safe driving since the death of a student in a car accident in 2007.
Father Steven Emanuel, president of Guardian Angels Central Catholic School in West Point, helps second-graders during Holy Week honor and better understand the Lord’s Last Supper. The students’ teacher, Jane Knobbe, has organized the special event for the past 25 years. Father Emanuel also is pastor of four parishes: St.
For more than a decade, Knights of Columbus councils at St. Philip Neri and Mary Our Queen parishes in Omaha have cooked a Czech roast pork dinner to support the Notre Dame Sisters’ retirement fund.
This year is no different.
Creighton University freshman and Mary Our Queen parishioner Megan Brookhouser took on more than new studies this year.
Claire Fanta, a member of St. Ludger Parish and senior at Creighton Community High School, both in Creighton, recently won a $500 college scholarship from the Omaha Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women (OACCW).