High school students from around the archdiocese will have an opportunity to voice their support for life and opposition to abortion during the 44th annual March for Life Jan. 27 in Washington, D.C.
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Nearly 1,000 people celebrated Catholic education and helped raise more than $400,000 for scholarships Sept. 29 at the 39th annual Archbishop’s Dinner for Education at the Embassy Suites in La Vista.
Talking, visiting, sharing their stories …
Nebraska’s three bishops made their position – and the church’s position – on capital punishment clear in 2015 in their support for repeal of the death penalty through the Legislature’s approval of LB268.
Marygrace Carney was a senior last year at Roncalli Catholic High School in Omaha when she saw the ultrasounds.
Not just once, but now two years in a row, enrollment in Catholic schools across the archdiocese has grown by hundreds of students.
Deacon Don Placke of St. Michael Parish in Central City liked what he heard Sept. 20 at the first pastoral planning session for the archdiocese’s rural southwest deanery.
» Confirmation, Holy Trinity Church, Hartington
Sister of Mercy Mary Joel Torpy, a native of Iowa whose 68 years of service included a "porch ministry" in Omaha in the 1980s, died Sept. 23. She was 88.