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My brother Mike’s favorite movie is "Shawshank Redemption." One day he learned that my husband and I had never seen it.
For Lent 2016, I adopted a new 40 Days discipline in addition to intensified prayer, daily almsgiving, and letting my liver have its annual vacation: I quit sports talk radio, cold turkey.
Sixth-graders Kadence Dworak, left, Skyler Meis, Taylynne Charf and Emma Ruterbories at St. Boniface School in Elgin visit March 6 with an ultrasound technician helping Heart of a Child Ministries spread the pro-life message. Ministries director Nikki Schaefer of St.
First-graders Londynn Danner, left, Hayden Koesters and Patrick McQuire at St. Cecilia School in Omaha point out famous people as part of a class "Guess Who? Wall of Important African-Americans" project for Black History Month.
Religious education students at St. Francis Parish in Humphrey didn’t spend time in the classroom for two Wednesday sessions in February.
Talk about the Nebraska football team is a big draw, even in the off-season.
Business students and members of the Future Business Leaders of America chapter at V.J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha received some advice from a noted business leader Feb. 28.
Roncalli Catholic High School will honor a Jesuit brother’s 60 years of service to youth at its 28th annual Festa del Leone dinner April 1.
Theresa Franco, a 1974 graduate of Mercy High School in Omaha, is the first recipient of the school’s Distinguished Woman of Mercy Alumna Award.