Benedictine Brother Roger Mangels professed his final vows April 17 at Mount Michael Benedictine Abbey, formally entering the community of 22 other brothers and priests near Elkhorn.
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It’s been an eventful school year for three high school students from Eastern Europe participating in a Catholic exchange program in Nebraska.
Three parishes will continue their traditions of eucharistic processions to celebrate the May 29 Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) – publicly displaying Catholic devotion to the holy Eucharist.
The families of three Creighton University students killed in a traffic accident last year received bachelor’s degrees for their children at the May 14 graduation ceremonies.
The high school years are an exciting time of growth – through academics, co-curricular activities, faith formation and service to others.
Catholic Cemeteries’ annual Memorial Day commemorations will include a special dedication this year – for a new veterans’ memorial in Resurrection Cemetery in Omaha.
With vows to live in celibacy, obedience and prayer for the church, two men will be ordained to the transitional diaconate May 27.
Six men – the largest class in the Archdiocese of Omaha since 2002 – are preparing for ordination to the priesthood at a June 4 Mass at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha.
One priest with the Missionary Society of St. Columban was killed by Muslim gunmen in 2001 while promoting peace in a troubled Christian-Muslim community in the Philippines.
A May 5 groundbreaking for a six-classroom addition is just the beginning of a multi-year plan for expansion at St. Wenceslaus Parish and School in Omaha that includes building a new church.