Harrison George turned paper, string and beads into something special.
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The oldest Catholic cemetery in Omaha is being placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Family traditions – some recent, others decades old – help members of the Catholic Grandparents Association bring a special focus to Advent and Christmas.
Festivities and acts of service.
That’s how students living at the St. John Paul II Newman Center in Omaha will celebrate the first Advent season in their new home.
So many memories and experiences of God’s grace and mercy – singing as they approached and entered the Holy Door of St. Peter’s Basilica, singing at the Papal Mass closing the Year of Mercy and at the tomb of St. Cecilia, sharing faith and fellowship with one another.
Helping young people experience a deeper connection with Jesus through prayer before the Eucharist.
Catholic Cemeteries is again offering people who are grieving the death of a loved one a special gathering of prayer during Advent – a prayer service Wednesday evenings in Omaha.
Finding nearly $250,000 in annual health care savings for the last three years, and moving from 65 percent under-funded for retirement to nearly 100 percent funded have helped turn things around for the Servants of Mary sisters in Omaha and around the country.
Pledges to the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal exceeded $3 million as of Nov. 28, more than $580,000 above commitments made by the same time last year.
Father Donald Kros, an Omaha native whose 57 years in the priesthood included service in rural and urban parishes and high schools, died Nov. 15. He was 82.