We are called to defend life, from conception to death, and this includes not only defeating the culture of death, but also cultivating a culture of life. One way to do this is to support mothers in difficult situations, because it is from an environment of love and acceptance that they will find the confidence to choose life. To be pro-life means to respect, defend, and value the life of
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Officials at Scotus Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School in Columbus didn’t have to look far for a president and principal to replace Wayne Morfeld, who is retiring after 16 years at the school, including 11 years leading the institution.
The Catholic Voice received four awards – including three first place – in the Nebraska Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest at the group’s April 23 annual convention in Kearney.
Summertime at Catholic Cemeteries will include two history tours and two workshops: Financial and other considerations for burial plots; and Catholic funeral rites.
With music, poetry, food and prize drawings, the Servants of Mary will celebrate June 14 their 10 years of offering retreats, speakers and spiritual direction at their motherhouse’s Servite Center of Compassion in Omaha.
Students from Catholic schools and home-school programs are among five winners of the annual Pro-Life Essay Contest sponsored by the Respect Life Apostolate of the Archdiocese of Omaha.
Rosaries blessed by four popes – including two saints – and one that comforted family members during World War II bombing raids.
Preparing to enter their seventh year of teaching Scripture in a classroom setting that also is available online, Sharon Doran and her husband, Steve, have a new goal for their Seeking Truth ministry: encouraging parish-based Bible study by giving away lessons they have presented through the years.
An ESPN sports analyst with a commitment to helping underprivileged children will bring his message of faith, teamwork and leadership to Omaha June 7.
Caleb Dempsey scores a perfect – 13.
That’s 13 years of perfect school attendance, never missing a day from kindergarten through graduation this month at Roncalli Catholic High School in Omaha.