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March 2017

Fourth-graders Owen Bogacz, left, Bryson Goodman-Sargent, Thomas McCullough and Raan Kuek dance and sing along with the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” song the Bag Monster (behind Bogacz) taught them during an assembly March 3 at St. Columbkille School in Papillion.

Parishes, schools stress recycling during Lent

Two Omaha-area parishes and their elementary schools are taking action to help parishioners and students change their habits and protect the environment.

Viewing a replica of the Shroud of Turin following a March 13 presentation at Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School in Bellevue are freshmen Sophie Egermier, left, Hannah Roberts, Maggie Padilla and Jaycee Billings, and sophomores Dylan Wilson and Eric Yanovich.

Through stickers and illustrations, St. Francis High School senior Megan Eucker in Humphrey explains to fourth-graders at St. Francis elementary school what happened to Jesus during Holy Week.

Lenten practices help high school students experience the season

Living Stations of the Cross, special meals, eucharistic adoration, prayer and penance services – these and other activities are bringing the Lenten season to life for students at Catholic high schools around the archdiocese.

A savior for the Savior

I have been the sacristan at St. Gerald Parish in Ralston for the past nine years. I have always brought my grandsons with me when I have had jobs to do at the parish’s church in Omaha. Pretty much, wherever I go they go. My grandma did the same with me.


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