Mass of the Holy Face: Feb. 28, 7 p.m. at St. Gerald Church, 96th and Q streets, Omaha. Then adoration and prayers.
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Widowed, Divorced and Separated of Omaha: Contact the Center for Family Life Formation at 402-551-9003, x1304, email Denise Carlson at firstname.lastname@example.org., or visit beginningexperienceofomaha.org.
- March 18: 5 p.m. Mass at St. Columbkille Church, 200 E. 6th St., 6:30 p.m. dinner at La Mesa Mexican Restaurant, 829 Tara Plaza, both in Papillion.
Cathedral Arts Project Concert: March 19, 3 p.m. at St. Cecilia Cathedral, 701 N. 40th St., Omaha. Organist is Marie Rubis Bauer.
Institute for Priestly Formation Lenten Morning of Reflection: March 11, 8:15 a.m. Mass at Christ the King Church, 654 S. 86th St., Omaha. The day includes continental breakfast, presentations by the IPF staff, time for silent reflection and concludes at noon. Theme is “Receiving Divine Love at the Cross.” No charge. Register online at priestlyformation.org or call Linda at 402-280-3901.
Inaugural St. John Paul II Newman Center Lecture: March 11, 7 p.m. Speaker is George Weigel. Free and open to the public. 1221 S. 71st St., Omaha.
Omaha Urban Council of Catholic Women Meeting: March 7, 9 a.m. registration, 9:30 a.m. meeting at Christ the King Parish Center, 654 s. 86th St., Omaha. Call Pat Meyer at 402-558-6073. If there is no school because of snow, there will be no meeting.
Archbishop George J. Lucas mentions it in his Shepherd column on Page 2 of this issue. Father Ronald Rolheiser discusses it in his column on Page 16. And News Editor Joe Ruff features it in a story beginning on Page 1.
What is the “it” these writers share in their work?
A $5.5 million activity center at St. Patrick Parish in Elkhorn will be named in honor of two boys who died in separate incidents last summer.
Lent begins Ash Wednesday, March 1, and continues until the Easter triduum, which begins with evening Mass of the Lord's Supper Thursday, April 13, and runs through Easter Sunday, April 16.
A practice for deciding marriage annulment cases that was once the exception, used for complex or difficult cases, has now become the rule.