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The consecrated Catholic women who oversee the Pro Sanctity Retreat Center near Elkhorn are praying for an outpouring of generosity in their quest to build a more suitable home and formation center.
College students growing in faith, taking leadership roles, inviting and reaching out to others.
This year’s archdiocesan pilgrimage of high school youth and others to the March for Life in Washington, D.C., is offering a bit of a twist.
The annual Bishops’ Pro-Life Banquet and Conference Sept. 29-30 will feature an expert and author in bioethics, euthanasia and assisted suicide.
An attorney and former teacher has been hired to work with parishes, the Nebraska Legislature and others on pro-life and family issues for the Nebraska Catholic Conference (NCC).
While Jesus taught before large crowds, he also invested personally in a small number of disciples, said Keith Jiron, Omaha mission director for School of Faith – a faith formation program for teachers and administrators in Catholic schools.
Molding leaders for Catholic schools was the goal – and now there is a track record of success for helping archdiocesan teachers earn master’s degrees in educational leadership and administration.
Taking a public stand for life and against abortion.
Thirteen schools in the archdiocese have new leadership this fall. Below is a list, all of them principals and all in Omaha unless noted:
• Tawnya Mann, Holy Cross