Advanced Alzheimer’s disease, brain damage or coma from a traffic accident are among challenges that could render a person mentally or physically unable to express any wishes concerning medical care.
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Women from across the archdiocese shared faith, inspiration and fun at the 92nd convention of the Omaha Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women (OACCW) Sept. 26.
Faith-filled gatherings for junior high and high school youth in the archdiocese will take on several different flavors this year.
Parents are the first teachers of their children – especially when it comes to the Catholic faith.
Helping Nigerians recover from the ravages inflicted by war and the terrorist group Boko Haram, and giving Philippine women who are victims of human trafficking a way out, are two projects to be funded by the archdiocese’s annual World Mission Sunday collection.
The young woman came to Essential Pregnancy Services (EPS) in Omaha earlier this year feeling overwhelmed and hopeless, seeking a pregnancy test, dreading the answer and considering an abortion.
Catholic Cemeteries will hold an ecumenical committal service for cremated remains kept by families for various reasons on Oct. 29 at St. Mary Magdalene Cemetery in Omaha.
It’s simple, and it’s effective.
Lisa Dempsey had a simple goal for enrollment this fall at St. Bernard School in Omaha: 16 new students.
John Paul Hauser’s life is an example of how God can turn a dire situation into a blessing.