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July 2018

TROVATO-Frances P.

TROVATO-Frances P., 82. Funeral Mass July 23 at St. Columbkille Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by husband, Frank A. Trovato, Sr. Survived by husband, James Koenig; children and spouses, Frank A. Jr. and Donna Trovato, Anthony R. and Wanda Trovato, Catherine and Mark Robinson, and David A.

HEROLD-Mark Andrew

HEROLD-Mark Andrew, 51. Funeral Mass July 21 at St. Joan of Arc Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Preceded in death by grandparents. Survived by parents, Jerry and Patty Herold; children and spouse, Beth, and Nate and Alyssa; granddaughter; siblings and spouse, Paul Herold, Anne Thompson, and Jill and Ben Poole; aunts; uncles; nieces; nephews.

Breakfast for LIFE - EPS Auxiliary

Date: 
Saturday, August 18, 2018 - 9:15am

Breakfast for LIFE - EPS Auxiliary: Aug. 18, 9:15 a.m. at St. Robert Bellarmine Mainelli Center, 11802 Pacific St., Omaha. Speaker is Catherine Glenn Foster. Cost $40/pp, $320 for a table of eight or $400 for a table of 10. Register by Aug. 14 to friendsofeps.org/breakfastforlife or call 402-554-0121 or mail check payable to EPS to 6220 Maple St., Omaha, NE 68104. In memo, indicate Breakfast and number of guests.

Anniversary events

All events in the church unless noted
 
Friday, Aug. 10
7 p.m.: Free concert by Mulberry Lane. Reception, parish center
 
Saturday, Aug. 11
10:30 a.m.: Robert Klein Engler, lecture on history of parish

Father Rodney Adams, pastor of St. Mary Magdalene Parish in Omaha, pauses June 26 in the downtown church, where the upper level was the ground floor until parishioners built a new ground floor in 1920. PHOTO BY JOE RUFF/STAFF

St. Mary Magdalene Church stands above construction on Dodge Street in Omaha in this 1920 photo. The street was lowered below the church foundation, requiring parishioners to build a new ground-floor level of the church. PHOTO FROM THE BOSTWICK-FROHARDT COLLECTION DURHAM MUSEUM PHOTO ARCHIVES

Retired University of Arkansas head baseball coach Deacon Norm DeBriyn, left, prays before noon Mass June 26 at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Omaha with friend Brandon Long. The downtown Omaha church draws many working people and others who are attending events in Omaha. Deacon DeBriyn serves at St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish on the University of Arkansas’ campus in Fayetteville, Ark., and Long is an extraordinary minister of holy Communion (EMHC) at Fayetteville’s St. Joseph Parish. Both men were in Omaha for the College World Series, where Arkansas was runner-up to champion Oregon State. PHOTO BY JOE RUFF/STAFF

St. Mary Magdalene Parish celebrates 150 years

Defining the boundaries of downtown Omaha’s St. Mary Magdalene Parish calls to mind the hymn that begins: “In Christ there is no east or west/In Him no south or north.”
 
Numerous Catholics on both sides of the Missouri River feel part of one of the city’s oldest parishes, which will celebrate its 150th anniversary with special events Aug. 10-12. 

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