Recognizing women’s role in spreading God’s mercy will be the focus of the 92nd convention of the Omaha Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women (OACCW).
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Seventeen deacons, including two marking 40 years of service, were honored Aug. 27 at the annual anniversary dinner of the Archdiocese of Omaha permanent diaconate.
Five coins and several newspapers dating more than 100 years ago were among items unveiled Aug. 30 in a time capsule placed in the cornerstone of the former St. Patrick Church in Omaha.
The annual conference and pro-life banquet of the Nebraska Catholic Conference (NCC) conference and the Bishops’ Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities, generally held in Lincoln, is coming to Omaha this year with an expanded program and additional sponsors.
Students beginning school this fall will notice changes to several school buildings or grounds in the archdiocese designed to inspire an awareness of God. In Omaha, they include:
For 45 years, custodian Milton "Pete" Peterson has called Mercy High School in Omaha his second home.
When George Lamperti’s mother was diagnosed with lung cancer almost 20 years ago, he wanted to help himself and his family work through the challenges that come with a terminal disease.
A native of Omaha with more than 15 years of fundraising and development experience has been hired as executive director for the Christian Urban Education Service (CUES), which supports three inner-city Catholic schools in Omaha.
This fall, for the first time in its 135-year history, Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart in Omaha is without the presence of sisters from its founding order, the Religious of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ).
Graduating seniors in the Archdiocese of Omaha’s 17 high schools had a record-setting average composite ACT score of 24.9, up from the previous record 24.6 achieved last year and in the 2013-2014 school year.