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May 2016

Patrick, left, Devin and Sean Moylan at work April 26 at Moylan Kropp in Omaha. Photo by Lisa Maxson/For the Catholic Voice. Below, Susan Moylan and her late husband John. Photo by Colleen Dustin Photography.

Family relies on faith to pass on business

Faith carried Susan Moylan through a 38-year marriage, raising three boys, supporting her husband’s financial planning business and watching her sons buy into that firm as partners after his death from cancer four years ago.

Photo by Jodie Kilton/Nebraska Journal-Leader

Staying active in retirement

Resting easy in retirement is not on the hearts and minds of many seniors across the archdiocese – and the Catholic Voice found five representative couples who continue to give to their families, parishes and communities.

Deacon Steve Luna, director of pastoral planning, talks April 18 at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Omaha about a plan for parishes and schools in growing areas of Omaha. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.

Spreading faith is ultimate goal of plan developed for suburbs

Forming disciples of Jesus Christ – and as need arises, creating schools, parishes and facilities to meet that need above all else …

John Meuret, second from left, is keeping J.E. Meuret Grain Co. in Brunswick in the family, with his son, Pat, far left, grandson, John, son, Jim, and other family members.

Owen Meuret, left, represents a fifth generation of the Meuret family of J.E. Meuret Grain Co. in Brunswick. He is with his great-grandfather, John Meuret, in the company’s offices.

Meuret: New generations build on old values

Joseph Edward Meuret purchased a grain elevator in Brunswick in 1923 and ran it until his death 24 years later – leaving his wife, Katie, with four boys and two girls and many challenges and questions.

Simone Bonacci, left, Natalie Lammers and Stella Wilmes pose in their mothers’ first Communion dresses with their mothers Melanie, Robyn and Kylie behind them, after Mass April 24 at St. John the Baptist Church in Fort Calhoun. Photo by Mike May/Staff.

Mothers share first Communion dresses

First Communion is a special day for anyone experiencing the sacrament.

Three mothers and their daughters shared another special bond recently at St. John the Baptist Parish in Fort Calhoun – the girls wearing their mothers’ first Communion dresses.


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