Cathedral Art Project's First Art Exhibit in their 34th Season. Oct. 5, 5 to 7 p.m. at Cathedral Cultural Center/Sunderland Gallery, 3900 Webster St., Omaha. Featuring Alicia Sancho Scherich’s surrealist paintings of Alicia’s world view.
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Notre Dame Club’s Alumni and Friends Annual 27th Creighton Prep Sports night: Oct. 2, 5:30 p.m. social and BBQ dinner, 7 p.m. auction, 7:15 p.m. speaker, Lou Holtz. Tickets available online at creightonprep.org/sportsnight or call or email Don Schinzel at 402-393-1190 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost $75 each, ($60 is tax deductible).
Go N Glow 5k/1M run/Walk: Sept. 29, 7 p.m. check in, 8 p.m. race at Stinson Park, Aksarben Village, Omaha. Register online for a discount at flowngo5k.com or register at the race. Post party at Beacon Hill, Aksarben Village, Omaha. Proceeds to Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
St. Peter Society of St. Vincent dePaul and Catholic Charities Mobile Food Pantry: Sept. 28, 10 a.m. to noon at St. Peter Church north parking lot, 2706 Leavenworth St., Omaha.
Father Ferdinand Peitz
Father John Devane
Father Thomas Fehily
Father Cornelius Collins
Father Thomas Carmody
Father John Brock
Father Thomas Fortune
Father Joseph Vitko (administrator and pastor)
Father John Connealy Father Clement Bracht
Father Peter Dunne (later monsignor)
Father Norman Parr
- 1890, Dixon takes shape as a railroad town, with many Irish Catholics.
- 1893, village of Dixon is incorporated and Bishop Richard Scannell purchases land, where a church is built.
- 1903, St. Anne Parish is established.
- 1908, another piece of land is deeded to the parish, a rectory and school are built.
Jenny Bradley, preschool director and pre-kindergarten teacher at Holy Name School in Omaha, taught in public schools during the summer a couple of years early in her career.
It went fine, she said, but something was missing.
“The way I was raised, I prayed about everything. I couldn’t figure out how I would teach without using the word, ‘God,’” she said.