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June 2016

Omaha deacon at Rome event

ROME – Thousands of permanent deacons – including Deacon Jim Keating, director of the Archdiocese of Omaha’s permanent diaconate program – began their Year of Mercy celebration by cutting straight to the heart of what it means to be a deacon and how the ministry impacts their families.


Sisters of Mercy Camilla Verret, left, and Rosemary Floersch, who work with refugees in the Omaha area, stand in front of a billboard that encourages people to welcome newcomers in need from other countries.

Sisters of Mercy campaign stresses awareness of refugees

The Sisters of Mercy in Omaha are encouraging citizens and politicians at all levels to work together to welcome refugees from other lands.

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