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February 2018

Pro-life Legislative Day

Date: 
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 8:45am

Pro-life Legislative Day: March 13, 8:45 a.m. check in with rolls, coffee and information packets at the state Capitol, Room 1126 in Lincoln. Briefing on LB944, Title X funding reform. Free events until noon. RSVP to Nebraska Right to Life (NRTL) at nebraskartl@gmail.com. Questions: NRTL at 402-438-4802. School groups welcome.

Circle of Dreams Annual Benefit

Date: 
Friday, April 13, 2018 - 6:00pm

Circle of Dreams Annual Benefit: April 13, 6 p.m. cocktail reception, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. program and live auction at A View on State, 13467 State St., Omaha. Cost $125 per person. Proceeds to St. Augustine Indian Mission School. Register online at staugustine.ejoinme.org/circleofdreams2018.


Father Scott Hastings, vicar for clergy and judicial vicar for the archdiocese, speaking in Spanish, instructs Latino members of the 2021 deacon class and their wives during a formation weekend at the Immaculata Monastery and Spirituality Center in Norfolk.

Archdiocese working to fill need for Hispanic deacons

Through personal conversations and pastors’ recommendations, the archdiocese is encouraging Hispanic men who feel called to serve the church and their community to consider becoming a permanent deacon.
 

Using a doll as a prop, deacon candidate Jay Wingler, right, a member of St. Columbkille Parish in Papillion, practices the baptism rite with aspirant Terry Boer and wife, Lori, members of St. Wenceslaus Parish in Omaha, at a recent deacon formation class at Immaculata Monastery and Spirituality Center in Norfolk. Photo by Mike May/Catholic Voice

Deacon formation leads to profound transformation

The 2008 funeral of a National Guard colleague was an eye-opener for Gary Krupa of St. Bernadette Parish in Bellevue.
 
During the tributes to Deacon Bob Chadwick of St. Leonard Parish in Madison, people talked about how he had touched them, and brought Jesus into their lives and the lives of so many others.
 

Several generations of the Rudloff family pose with a photo of Howard Rudloff’s mother, Clarice, who is among the family’s graduates of St. Bernard School in Omaha.

Howard Rudloff reads to three of his great-grandchildren Jan. 30 at St. Bernard School in Omaha: third-grader Mia McGrath, left, first-grader Addie Svehla and kindergartner Max McGrath. Photo by Erin Keller/For the Catholic Voice

Parish enjoys five generations of a joy-filled family

“Joy adapts and changes, but it always endures, even as a flicker of light born of our personal certainty that, when everything is said and done, we are infinitely loved,” wrote Pope Francis in “The Joy of the Gospel” (no. 6). That kind of joy and love is exemplified by the Rudloff family, longtime members of St. Bernard Parish in Omaha.
 

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