Three parishes are working together to spread the word this month about several apparent miracles.
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Brightly refinished brass Stations of the Cross set against a wood, cruciform background now line the chapel at the Holy Family Shrine along Interstate 80 near Gretna.
Responses are being compiled, tallied and studied for online and paper surveys offered at 15 parishes the last two months to help parishioners reflect on their spiritual growth and efforts to promote that growth.
A journey from darkness into the light and hope of Jesus’ resurrection.
It takes just 15 minutes, but that’s enough time to feel the power of prayer.
That’s what several students at Marian High School in Omaha said recently about a prayer group that meets every day after school – and has been for the past three years.
More than 160 Catholics – about twice as many as last year – came together to learn about legislation and lobby their representatives March 21 at the third annual Catholics at the Capitol in Lincoln.
People are invited to commemorate the suffering and death of Jesus while praying for victims of abortion at special Stations of the Cross services in Omaha and Bellevue on Good Friday – April 14.
The Easter triduum – three days commemorating the death and resurrection of Jesus, includes Holy Thursday’s Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Good Friday’s celebration of the Lord’s Passion, the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday Masses.
Priests and parishioners from across the archdiocese will gather with Archbishop George J. Lucas at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha April 10 for the annual chrism Mass, reaffirming priestly commitments and accepting holy oils for sacraments in the coming year.