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Through the gift of some very generous people, I and a handful of other priests from the archdiocese were able to take part in a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. One memorable stop was to the Jordan River.
Now that we have established the fact that prayer, as the "one thing necessary," should be our top priority, we’re ready to talk about finding time for prayer.
"Oh, what happiness would be ours if all men, individuals, families, and nations, would but let themselves be governed by Christ!"
Oprah Winfrey sings and claps when presented with the $69 lunch box that makes her 2017 "Favorite Things" list.
"I looooove!" she belts out in mock falsetto.
I write these words as the annual November meeting of the United States bishops comes to a close.
Happy (real) new year: the beginning of a new year of grace, which began December 3 with the First Sunday of Advent.
Lillian Miranda, left, Family Strengthening Program coordinator at Catholic Charities’ Juan Diego Center in Omaha, helps Karen Vasquez, a center client, gather Christmas gifts Dec. 4 donated for her family through Catholic Charities’ annual Christmas gift program.
Students at Pope John XXIII Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School in Elgin got an early start on Christmas giving with their seventh annual Operation Christmas Child project.
Students at Holy Cross School in Omaha competed this Advent to see which homeroom could raise the most money and personal care items for the needy and people confined to their homes during the school’s Operation Giving project.