Omaha was one stop along a "Road to Freedom" tour for Matt and Sylvia Friedman, internationally-known experts on human trafficking.
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About 160 Catholic educators from across the country, including 48 from the archdiocese, will gather in Omaha July 17-20 to hone their leadership skills in light of Catholic spirituality.
In late May 2015, the Nebraska Legislature voted to repeal the death penalty, an issue that had been the subject of legislative debate for decades.
» Installation Mass of Father Timothy Podraza at Crofton, St. Rose of Lima Parish, Crofton, and St. Andrew Parish, Bloomfield
Michael Hanby is part of a new generation of Catholic scholars who vigorously engage hard questions about faith and human flourishing in the midst of a culture which increasingly values technology and material progress over personal dignity and freedom.
As Americans, we tend to work too hard, or at least too much, often compelled by an earn-to-spend culture to buy more stuff by working for it.
"The most damaging idolatry is not the golden calf but enmity against the other." The renowned anthropologist, Rene Girard, wrote that and its truth is not easily admitted. Most of us like to believe we are mature and big-hearted, that we do love our neighbors and are free of enmity toward others. But is this so?
The six new priests ordained last month are on the job now in their respective assignments as associate pastors in rural and urban parishes. They’ve been in the spotlight in recent weeks with pre-ordination events and celebrations, ordination day and first Masses in their home parishes … and in their new parishes.
Two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions are devastating blows to life and religious liberty.