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December 2016


Preparing for a memorial service for the families, Notre Dame Sister Stephanie Matcha at the Siena/Francis House in Omaha lights one of more than 75 candles representing homeless men and women who died in the last year and were served by five Omaha-area shelters. Each shelter will hold a memorial service this month. Photo by Lisa Spellman for the Catholic Voice.

December prayer services mark the deaths of homeless men, women

Her name – Lisa – is written in black, bold letters in an elegant, swirly style across the white piece of paper carefully taped to the glass globe.


Preparing for a memorial service for the families, Notre Dame Sister Stephanie Matcha at the Siena/Francis House in Omaha lights one of more than 75 candles representing homeless men and women who died in the last year and were served by five Omaha-area shelters. Each shelter will hold a memorial service this month. Photo by Lisa Spellman for the Catholic Voice.

December prayer services mark the deaths of homeless men, women

Her name – Lisa – is written in black, bold letters in an elegant, swirly style across the white piece of paper carefully taped to the glass globe.


Tiffani York of St. Michael School in South Sioux City, left, Becky Morine of St. Wenceslaus School and Larry Stevens of St. Pius X/St. Leo School, both in Omaha, discuss entries Dec. 5 before choosing nine winners in the Catholic Voice Colors of Christmas art contest. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.

Nearly 2,500 entries reflect talent, help needy

Perspective, creative details, bright, clear colors and telling a story …

Those were among elements art teachers took into account as they judged 2,443 entries in the Catholic Voice’s sixth annual Colors of Christmas art contest.

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