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August 2018

Fitness effort prompts changes

Every little bit helps.
A group teaming up with three Catholic schools in Omaha as it encourages walking, biking and other ways of reducing obesity recently learned pedestrian crossing times will be lengthened by 15 seconds between 3:15 p.m. and 4 p.m. at a corner near All Saints School. 

Geraldine Kuhn colors greeting cards for family members July 1 at New Cassel Retirement Center in Omaha. School Sister of St. Francis Maureen Connolly, a New Cassel resident, coordinates 90-minute art sessions that include Kuhn and about nine others at the retirement center. So far in its inaugural year, the group has had three art shows in the center, and some of the artwork is on display in an area for prayer and meditation.

Colorful pastime

Getting out of the sacristy: a look at our pastoral priorities our pastoral priorities

For the past several days, I’ve been with my Word on Fire team, filming for the Flannery O’Connor and Fulton Sheen episodes of our “Pivotal Players” series. Our journey has taken us from Chicago to New York to Washington, D.C., and finally to Savannah and Millidgeville, Ga.

What are judges for?

With the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy from the Supreme Court, interest groups and politicians are insisting that any replacement must pledge to uphold the court’s Roe v. Wade decision on abortion.


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