Two Omaha-area parishes and their elementary schools are taking action to help parishioners and students change their habits and protect the environment.
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The annual Catholic Relief Services (CRS) collection during Masses on March 25-26 provides an opportunity to live this year’s theme, "Help Jesus in Disguise," an archdiocesan official told the Catholic Voice.
A sacred space for worship will soon become a reality for students, staff and visitors at the St. John Paul II Newman Center in Omaha.
It was a big day for Fred and Mary Ann Fangman of St. Bonaventure Parish in Raeville.
Finding ways to live mercy by helping others – one goal of the Archdiocese of Omaha’s new pastoral vision and priority plan – is taking concrete shape with help from Catholic Relief Services (CRS).
When sharing the faith, keep it simple.
That was the message of keynote speaker Dominick Albano of Dynamic Catholic Institute at the Catholic Professional & Business Club (CPBC) of Omaha’s 2017 Leading with Faith Awards luncheon March 9 in Omaha.
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.
Each Lent, Victoria Hegarty, a sacristan at St. Gerald Parish in Ralston, remembers an incident eight years ago with one of her grandchildren, Owen, who found himself seeking 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.
As it looks to the future, the Archdiocese of Omaha is purchasing 32 acres for a possible church and elementary school near Papillion.
Archdiocese officials gave no timeline for when a new parish could be established.