Thomas More Society Fundraiser Banquet: Oct. 15, 6 p.m. at Christ the King Parish Center, 654 S. 86th St., Omaha. Keynote speaker is David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress and client of the Thomas More Society. Visit the web at thomasmoresociety.org or email thomasmore firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost $75 per person or $600 for table of eight.
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About 50 priests, deacons, and lay people participate in the archdiocese’s Catholic Jail and Prison Ministry – but more volunteers are needed.
And Deacon Al Aulner, ministry coordinator, refers to Pope Francis’ words and actions in describing the work’s importance.
The annual Nebraska bishops’ pro-life reception and banquet will be held Sept. 23 as part of the "Made in His Image: Human Dignity in a Secular World" conference in Omaha.
And the event will be a homecoming of sorts for Greg Schleppenbach.
The game is called manipulation.
A trunk full of history recently made its way to the Tintern Retreat and Resource Center near Oakdale.
The 290 people attending last year’s Holy Family Fest nearly doubled inaugural year attendance, and planners of this year’s event hope to continue that positive trend.
Students in St. Margaret Mary Parish’s 15th annual Vacation Bible School (VBS) pitched in to help hospitalized children – while honoring one of their own.
Growing in a south Omaha yard this summer are a bunch of lush, leafy hopes.
Making and selling religious items at the company founded by his grandfather and great-grandfather, Tom Koley began forming an idea more than 20 years ago that recently came to fruition – an online auction site for used religious goods that safeguards the transfer of sacred articles for the Eucharist, such as chalices.
That’s one way Toby Korensky, camp director, describes the second year of an archdiocesan camp of faith and fun for boys at Camp Kateri Tekakwitha near McCool Junction, Neb.