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.
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More than half of Catholic students in the archdiocese have been exposed to online material that made them uncomfortable, according to a recently completed study commissioned by the archdiocese’s Pornography Awareness, Truth and Healing (PATH) task force.
About 230 students from seven Catholic high schools in the Omaha area learned faith-based leadership skills at an April 6 symposium at Creighton University in Omaha.
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.
Forming disciples of Jesus Christ – and as need arises, creating schools, parishes and facilities to meet that need above all else …
Retirement and estate planning are a matter of getting a financial house in order. And seniors and others who know their financial situation can make everything easier, from deciding on retirement and estate vehicles to ensuring an estate will be properly distributed after death.
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.
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.
People throughout the archdiocese are invited on a pilgrimage – not to some distant land, but to St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha.
Photos, drawings, paintings, pottery, sculpture and other artwork by students in seven Catholic high schools are on display through May 15 at The Hot Shops Art Studios on the north side of downtown Omaha.