More than 380 pairs of socks, 119 pairs of gloves and 59 pairs of boots, as well as 178 hats, 10 scarves and 59 coats will help the needy in Omaha after Spirit Catholic Radio’s Warm Up Winter donation campaign.
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It’s a boost for Scotus Central Catholic High School in Columbus.
Two graduates interviewed dozens of former and current Shamrock players and coaches about their days on the field and in the gym to produce a book titled, "I Played For Scotus."
Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School’s theater program is getting some special attention this year.
New lighting, projectors, work stations and more are part of Marian High School’s updated chemistry labs in Omaha.
The hallways of St. Margaret Mary School in Omaha became a photo gallery after Christmas break.
Archbishop George J.
Jan. 22 marks the 44th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, and its companion case, Doe v. Bolton. As I have written, this anniversary is bittersweet. While we mourn the 60 million unborn lives that have been taken since Roe, we push forward in trust that the ultimate victory is the Lord’s.
January is dark. It is dark in a big way. Corners of our homes and neighborhoods are no longer warmed by the glimmer of Christmas lights. We leave in the morning, and it is dark. We return at the end of the day, and it is still dark.
Men and women clearly need each other and naturally gravitate toward arrangements of mutual support and lives of shared intimacy. Because women are frequently the immediate guardians of the next generation, they have a particular need to ascertain if there will be steady support from a man prior to giving themselves sexually to him.
Speaking of public policy debates, Daniel Patrick Moynihan famously said that, while everyone had a right to his opinion, no one had a right to his own facts.