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February 2017

Jane Ludlow, left, a member of the St. Clare Secular Franciscan Fraternity and of Assumption-Guadalupe Parish in Omaha, stands outside the Poor Sisters of St. Clare Monastery near Elkhorn Jan. 26 along with fraternity members Christine Mehser of St. Mary Magdalene Parish, Randy Hulstein of St. Leo the Great Parish, fraternity president Ann Reynek and her husband, Larry, of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, all in Omaha.

Notre Dame Sister Dorothy Rolf, standing, and Cathy Leak, at right in striped sweater, lead a Jan. 28 planning meeting of the Associates of the Notre Dame Sisters in Omaha.

Laity shares in spirituality, service of religious orders

Many people seek to deepen their faith through eucharistic adoration, retreats, Bible study, spiritual direction or other faith-building opportunities.

Students, parents and teachers gather on the steps of the state Capitol in Lincoln Jan 26 at a rally for National School Choice Week. Photo by SL Hansen/Southern Nebraska Resgister.

School choice rally draws spirited crowd

Sporting long, yellow scarves proclaiming it National School Choice Week, carrying signs such as "Choice Means Hope" and "Put Kids First," more than 600 students, teachers, parents and other proponents of school choice rallied on the steps of the state Capitol Jan. 26 in Lincoln.


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