They booked him independent of one another, but four parishes are working together to publicize singer, songwriter and storyteller Steve Angrisano’s Lenten missions in Omaha.
You are here
About 40 people attended Stations of the Cross each Wednesday they were offered during Lent last year at Catholic Cemeteries’ Holy Angels Mausoleum in Resurrection Cemetery in Omaha – and the same opportunity will be offered again this year.
It’s families helping families.
A brunch later this month will be a chance for Catholic women, including those who have fallen away from the faith, to share the joy of the Lord with one another, be inspired and foster a desire to grow in holiness.
A reminder of mortality, the need to repent and believe in the Gospel.
After six months together at the St. John Paul II Newman Center in Omaha, residents – and non-residents – are creating bonds based on friendship, sharing and faith.
Fifteen high school students turned disappointment and frustration into hope and joy by creating a retreat after a snowstorm prevented them from joining the archdiocese’s pilgrimage to the Jan. 27 March for Life in Washington, D.C.
About 1,200 eighth-grade students from Omaha-area Catholic schools heard a call to discipleship from Archbishop George J. Lucas Feb. 2 at the annual eighth-grade Mass during Catholic Schools Week (CSW).
The archdiocese’s Metropolitan Tribunal, which decides marriage annulment cases, has hired a canon lawyer with a background in politics, theology and pastoral ministry as a judge.
A half-day workshop to help parishes encourage financial support through a program based on prayer, the spiritual tenets of stewardship and tools of development will be held Feb. 21 at St. Stephen the Martyr Parish in Omaha.