ARMATIS-Zachary R., 27. Mass of Christian Burial Aug. 30 at St. Vincent de Paul Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Survived by parents, Greg and Denise; brother, Joshua; sisters, Lisa Buhrman (Nick), Kara Armatis (Rob Tompkins); grandparents, Dennis Egr, and Mildred Armatis; nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins. Memorials may be directed for Masses.
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ALIANO-Alfio P. “Fred,” 93. Funeral Aug. 30 at St. Thomas More Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, with military honors. Preceded in death by parents, Antonino and Giusepina; brothers, Sebastian, Charlie, and Sam; sisters, Sarah Zuger, and Ann Sanderholm. Survived by brother, Anthony J. Aliano; nieces, nephews.
Detroit hasn’t gotten a lot of good press in recent decades as it’s struggled to cope with the myriad problems of rustbelt American cities in the age of globalization. But the church in Detroit is not playing defense. Under the leadership of Archbishop Allen H.
I vividly remember my first visit to Charlottesville, Va. It was about 20 years ago, and I was on vacation with a good friend, who shared with me a passion for American history and for Thomas Jefferson in particular.
Archbishop George J. Lucas blesses those gathered, including parishioners Jenner Seemann, lower left, and his parents, Lisa and Clint, at the Aug. 23 dedication of the $5.5 million Aspen Seemann & Lane Graves Activity Center at St. Patrick Parish in Elkhorn. Aspen, 3, and Lane, 2, died in separate accidents in 2016.
Eighth-grader Christopher Treu hammers in a stake Aug. 18 held by kindergartner Hosea Sanchez outlining an area planned for a parish church near St. Matthew the Evangelist School in Bellevue. Plans for a capital campaign are underway, with hopes of completing a church by December 2019.
More than 300 runners and volunteers from six Omaha parishes gathered at Mary Our Queen Parish Aug. 19 for the third annual Parish 2 Parish Relay Race – seven times the number that gathered in the inaugural event.
Beyond holding jobs with the Notre Dame Sisters in Omaha, Marcy Moctezuma and Cheryl Poulin also have volunteered their time and talent for the religious order.
Essential Pregnancy Services (EPS) has a second ultrasound machine in its Omaha office thanks to Knights of Columbus Council 10909 of St. Wenceslaus Parish, also in Omaha.