Members of 15 parishes will have a chance next month to reflect on their own spiritual growth and efforts by their pastor and others to promote that growth.
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People across the archdiocese are invited to show their support for life by attending Essential Pregnancy Services’ (EPS) 21st annual fundraising dinner – this year titled GLOW (Giving Life through Our Works).
When Father Vitalis Anyanike celebrates Mass at the newly renovated St. Benedict the Moor Church in Omaha, he stands on the prayers of his parishioners.
It’s not your parents’ gym class anymore.
For sixth-grader Angelica Zuniga, it’s all about family, praying to Jesus and pajamas-and-crazy hair day.
About 1,000 people, including Catholic school students from the archdiocese, are expected to gather on the steps of the state Capitol in Lincoln Jan. 26 to voice their support for school choice in Nebraska.
It’s another goal-breaking year.
Kindergartners in Mary Lentino’s class used their index fingers to write the word "mud" on their iPad screens during a recent phonics lesson at St. Bernadette School in Bellevue.
With messages of love and life, prayer and assistance to those in need in the battle against abortion, more than 4,000 people from across Nebraska came to Lincoln Jan. 14 for the annual Walk for Life.
As a secretary-receptionist at Assumption-Guadalupe Parish in southeast Omaha, Zita Herrera sees great need at the doorstep every day: People hungry, sometimes lonely, seeking help with utilities and rent, often looking for work.