Bordered by brown fields of beans and corn awaiting harvest and in the shadows of the regal St. Bonaventure Church in Raeville, the parish hall was a hive of activity.
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Sometimes it’s hard to feel welcome, especially when moving to a new community – or in the case of many Hispanics, a new Catholic community.
Listen in prayer. Rest in God. Trust that Jesus is coming.
Those simple but profound actions help prepare hearts to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas – the birth of our Lord, advised a deacon and a priest of the archdiocese.
An antique, carved oak desk – significantly damaged but a survivor of a catastrophic fire – is a symbol of history and renewal for an Omaha business with roots da
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From piloting educational initiatives such as balanced literacy and blended learning to collaborating on professional development, academic and administrative programs, the five-school Omaha Catholic School Consortium has broken new ground since it opened in 2013.
Concerts, bus tours and other events are on hold because of erosion damage to a main access road, but Holy Family Shrine just off Interstate 80 near Gretna remains open during normal business hours to welcome visitors.
Their decades of service in schools, hospitals and parishes – often for small salaries – was invaluable.
Before last month’s National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC), Ryan Fabian and sisters Marin and Isabella Jetensky had only a limited sense of being part of the body of Christ.
Nebraska’s pro-life license plate, unveiled Nov. 27 at an Omaha home for pregnant women in crisis and available beginning Jan. 1, is a symbol of hope and caring for the unborn and others in need, backers of the initiative said.