Mary Lentino, a kindergarten teacher at St. Bernadette School in Bellevue, helps a student with her phonics lesson Jan. 13 using an iPad, which the school received through grants from the Ignite the Faith capital campaign. Lentino said technology upgrades enhance the way she is able to teach her students. Photo by LISA MAXSON/For the Catholic Voice.
Kindergartners in Mary Lentino’s class used their index fingers to write the word "mud" on their iPad screens during a recent phonics lesson at St. Bernadette School in Bellevue. Once finished, they electronically sent their work to their teacher’s... Read More

More than 4,000 people chanted, prayed and carried signs defending life in the seven blocks between the state Capitol and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Union Jan. 14 in the annual Walk for Life in Lincoln.
With messages of love and life, prayer and assistance to those in need in the battle against abortion, more than 4,000 people from across Nebraska came to Lincoln Jan. 14 for the annual Walk for Life. They included Carmen and Brent Melliger of St.... Read More

Carlos Ddominguez prepares to enjoy breakfast at Assumption-Guadalupe’s parish hall Jan. 5 as secretary-receptionist and breakfast founder Zita Herrera helps at the counter. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.
As a secretary-receptionist at Assumption-Guadalupe Parish in southeast Omaha, Zita Herrera sees great need at the doorstep every day: People hungry, sometimes lonely, seeking help with utilities and rent, often looking for work. And at a parish in... Read More

Mary Lentino, a kindergarten teacher at St. Bernadette School in Bellevue, helps a student with her phonics lesson Jan. 13 using an iPad, which the school received through grants from the Ignite the Faith capital campaign. Lentino said technology upgrades enhance the way she is able to teach her students. Photo by LISA MAXSON/For the Catholic Voice.

More than 4,000 people chanted, prayed and carried signs defending life in the seven blocks between the state Capitol and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Union Jan. 14 in the annual Walk for Life in Lincoln.

Carlos Ddominguez prepares to enjoy breakfast at Assumption-Guadalupe’s parish hall Jan. 5 as secretary-receptionist and breakfast founder Zita Herrera helps at the counter. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.
For sixth-grader Angelica Zuniga, it’s all about family, praying to Jesus and pajamas-and-crazy hair day. "My crazy hair can give anybody a laugh," Zuniga said of creating two pigtails and braiding the rest of her hair in all directions during Catholic Schools Week at St. Leonard School in Madison...
About 1,000 people, including Catholic school students from the archdiocese, are expected to gather on the steps of the state Capitol in Lincoln Jan. 26 to voice their support for school choice in Nebraska. The annual rally – this year from 11 a.m. to noon – is sponsored by a consortium of groups...
It’s another goal-breaking year. More than $3.75 million – surpassing the $3.5 million goal – has been pledged thus far in the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, marking the seventh straight year it’s risen above expectations. "I am happy to be able to announce that we have surpassed our goal for the 2016...
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