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February 2018


Kris McGregor, executive director of Discerning Hearts, a website featuring Catholic podcasts on evangelization and spiritual formation, works in her production studio in Omaha Jan. 25. MIKE MAY/STAFF

Archbishop featured in new podcast lineup at Discerning Hearts

Archbishop George J. Lucas will explore the relevance of Catholic doctrine and practice in a new series of podcasts and radio broadcasts titled “Why it Matters.”
 

Students hold signs displaying their support for school choice during a Jan. 25 rally at the state Capitol in Lincoln. Gwyneth Roberts/Lincoln Journal Star

Hundreds turn out to support school choice

They came by the hundreds from across Nebraska – students, parents, teachers, administrators – wearing bright yellow scarves touting their message of support for school choice.
 
They joined Gov. Pete Ricketts, Lt. Gov. Mike Foley and several state senators Jan. 25 at the state Capitol for a rally marking National School Choice Week, Jan. 21-27.

David Anders, host of the EWTN Radio talk show “Called to Communion,” heard from 1 to 2 pm. weekdays on Spirit Catholic Radio, will speak at the radio network’s annual Celebration Dinner Feb. 5 at Omaha’s Hotel by RL.

Radio talk-show host to tell compelling conversion story

A devout evangelical, David Anders set out to prove John Calvin and Martin Luther were right – and ended up Catholic.
 

Students gather around the Omaha archdiocese’s banner to begin the 45th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., Jan. 19.

Members of the Omaha archdiocese group join Archbishop George J. Lucas at St. Matthew Cathedral in Washington, D.C., where the archbishop celebrated Mass.

Sunny skies and sunny outlook highlight pro-life march

Weather – sunny. Mood – exuberant. Turnout – inspiring.
 
Unlike some recent years, sunny skies and moderate temperatures greeted tens of thousands of pro-life supporters Jan. 19 as they gathered for the 45th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
 

Carrying signs, walking and praying, blessed with faith and a determination to end abortion, thousands of people participated in the 44th annual Walk for Life in Lincoln Jan. 27. Mike May/Staff

Thousands converge on Lincoln for annual Walk for Life

 
Young families with children in strollers, teens chanting “We are the pro-life generation,” senior couples, clergy and members of religious orders – people of all stripes and ages gathered by the thousands in Lincoln Jan. 27 to show their support for the unborn.
 

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