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September 2017


Father Frank Jindra, pastor of Ss. Peter and Paul and St. Mary parishes in Omaha, with his Omaha fire chaplain helmet and the helmet of his late father, an Omaha firefighter for 27 years.

Hospital, fire chaplains walk holy ground

Praying the rosary with an elderly woman and her family during her final moments, seeing her let go of life in peace, and being asked by her family to share a Scripture reading at her funeral.


Father Steven Boes, executive director of Boys Town, talks with students at Boys Town High School Aug. 31 on the steps of the Music Hall on the Omaha campus.

Boys Town: a century of changing lives

After living in several not-so-good environments, Lisa Morehouse Mabey arrived at Boys Town at the age of 15, looking for what she said she needed most: stability and love.


Mitzi Infante Magaña, left, in rotations for patient care as she wraps up her physician assistant studies, confers Sept. 11 with Dr. Emily Braun at One World Community Health Centers Inc. in Bellevue. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.

College of Saint Mary graduate lived with uncertainty as undocumented immigrant

Mitzi Infante Magaña is an example of the good that has come from DACA. Brought to the United States by her parents at age 7, she grew up with four siblings in Kansas City, Mo., oblivious to the fact she was an undocumented immigrant until she was a senior in high school.

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