Students from two Omaha-area Catholic high schools won numerous awards in the University of Nebraska at Omaha School of Communication’s High School Media Conference April 5.
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More than 700 people at Creighton Preparatory School’s 46th annual BASH (Building a Scholastic Heritage) dinner and auction raised $800,000 in financial assistance for students at the Omaha school.
Geraniums, begonias, impatiens, petunias, marigolds and more – about $52,000 worth of flowers and plants – were sold this year for tuition assistance by students at Mercy High School in Omaha, topping last year’s $50,000.
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas (CDA) court of St. Mary Parish in West Point celebrated its 70th anniversary with a Mass, presentation and luncheon April 24.
Grammy-nominated organist Gail Archer will perform a free concert at 3 p.m. May 8 at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, closing out the 2015-2016 season for the Cathedral Arts Project.
Eighth-grader Brynn Dilly, left, and seventh-grader Allison Selting, work on a "Scribblebot" robot as part of a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) distance-learning project at Pope John XXIII Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School in Elgin.
Fifth-grader Jorge Becerra, third-graders Jessica Becerra and Carlos Aguilar, second-grader Diego Vejar (partially hidden), first-grader Johanna Hernandez and third-grader Alyson Gonzaga dance during Ss. Peter and Paul School’s April 9 Kermes Festival of games and food.
Jesuit Father Robert Fitzgerald, an Omaha native who served nearly 50 years in the priesthood, including seven years in Omaha, died March 17 in Wisconsin. He was 80.
Sinsinawa Dominican Sister Sabina Ryan, an Omaha native whose 41-year teaching career included two years in her hometown, died April 8. She was 89.
“I Believe in Love” Story Editor Training: May 17, 2-9 p.m. at Center for Family Life Formation, 3300 N. 60th St., Nazareth Hall, Omaha. Make a difference in marriage formation among millennials on ibelieveinlove.com. No charge. Register by May 9 to Reggan at 402-551-9003, x1300. Seating is limited.