At age 84, Reinold Klug continues to climb into a combine.
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Among young people today, there is passion and a willingness to work to advance the cause of life, says the founder of Project Rachel, a national, Catholic-based ministry that counsels women recovering from the trauma of abortion.
Baskets, carvings and jewelry, greeting cards and other handcrafted items, perfect for Christmas gifts and made by artisans living in poverty around the world, will be available Oct. 22 at the Columban Fathers’ third annual Fair Trade sale.
Each week, often on Wednesday evenings, nearly 14,000 children in grades K-8 pour into parish social halls, school rooms, even gymnasiums across the archdiocese, to learn the Catholic faith and deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Three years ago, Katie Brown of Lincoln found herself facing an unplanned pregnancy for the second time. Unmarried at 18 years old, she already had a 6-month-old and wasn’t sure she could take on the responsibilities of parenting two children alone.
People with intellectual, physical or other challenges, and their families, will be honored at an Oct. 15 Mass and dinner at St. Joan of Arc Parish in Omaha.
Two students from the Archdiocese of Omaha were among five winners of the 2016 State Pro-Life Essay Contest.
Gretna High School officials are reviewing rules for sponsoring clubs after receiving a letter from the Thomas More Society challenging a decision to deny sponsorship of a pro-life club.
The person honored by Nebraska’s three bishops with the 2016 Gospel of Life Award says his passion for pro-life work is something he received – along with life itself – from his mother.
Providing support to parents who have lost babies due to miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death is the goal of "Remembering Our Babies" Oct. 12 at St. Columbkille Church in Papillion.