“A Charlie Brown Christmas” at New Cassel: Dec. 1, 9:30 a.m. 900 N. 90th St., Omaha. Performed by second-graders from St. Gerald School in Ralston.
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SULLIVAN, Christopher P., 54. Funeral Mass Nov. 18 at St. Cecilia Cathedral. Graveside service Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by parents, Larry and Betty Sullivan. Survived by wife, Jane Sullivan; sister, Ellen Houston (Tom); brothers, Larry Sullivan (Nataya), Brian Sullivan, and Tim Sullivan (Kristi); nieces; nephews; godsons; aunts; cousins; friends; colleagues.
SMITH, Monica D. (Sasges), 99. Service Nov. 20 at St. Columbkille Church, Papillion.
MARKEL, Thomas P., 80. Funeral service Nov. 18 at New Cassel Retirement Center chapel. Entombment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by wife, Bernie Markel; son, Jay Markel; son-in-law, Joseph Aeschliman; parents, Ione and Harry Markel. Survived by children and spouse, Christy Aeschliman, Cindy and Paul Foresman, and Tim Markel; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
A Nov. 10 Veterans Day assembly at St. Mary School in Bellevue. Photos by JOE RUFF/STAFF.
St. Margaret Mary Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols: Dec. 17, 4 p.m. at 6116 Dodge St., Omaha. Inter-generational event for the whole family. Dinner after the program. Reservations for dinner by Dec. 15 to Jennifer Varner at 402-558-2255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Institute for Priestly Formation Advent Morning of Reflection: Dec. 9, 8:15 a.m. at Christ the King Church, 654 S. 86th St., Omaha. Parish Mass, then presentations by Deacon James Keating and the IPF staff, time for silent reflection, concludes at noon. Includes continental breakfast. Register online at priestlyformation.org or call Linda at 402-280-3901.
Special prayer services offered by Catholic Cemeteries each Wednesday evening during Advent will provide an opportunity for people who have lost loved ones to reflect in faith and hope as they prepare for Christmas.
Living alone after the 2014 death of her mother, Dorothy Texidor found herself feeling isolated.
Struck by the ongoing needs of Hurricane Harvey’s victims in Houston, members of St. John the Evangelist Parish in Valley felt the need to help.