Looking over construction of new classrooms at St. Joseph School in Garam, Nigeria, are Tim McSorley and Father Kizito Okhuoya.
Almost anyone who has been on a mission trip to a third world nation will describe an eye-opening, even transformative experience. But for Father Kizito Okhuoya, a priest from the Minna Diocese in north-central Nigeria, who has served in the... Read More

Jada and Robbie Miller are greeted by friends and family after their wedding at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Omaha.
A marriage is a new beginning for more than just two people. For many Catholic couples, marriage means creating a new faith community – a community that can be showcased at the wedding, in some ways, but grows and deepens as the couple continues in... Read More

Chris Brannan, a member of Holy Cross Parish in Omaha, head of maintenance and a woodworker, looks up at the silhouette of a risen Christ he made out of wood to help the parish celebrate the Easter season. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.
Holy Cross Parish in Omaha is celebrating the Easter season in a special way: With a 10-foot by 12-foot silhouette of the risen Christ, made of maple wood and mounted behind the altar and the church’s crucifix. "You see the crucifixion, what Jesus... Read More

Students and a teacher at V.J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha help build four walls for a shed during a spring break service project with Habitat for Humanity in Council Bluffs.
While Mercy High School seniors Michelle Allen and Jenny Gilbert could have spent spring break relaxing at home, they and teens in other Catholic schools in the archdiocese turned instead to serving others. The effort was worth it, they said after... Read More

Pope Francis in Rome. CNS photo/Paul Haring.
VATICAN CITY – The same mercy and patience that are essential for building a strong family must be shown to those whose families are in trouble or have broken up, Pope Francis said in his highly anticipated postsynodal apostolic exhortation. The... Read More

Looking over construction of new classrooms at St. Joseph School in Garam, Nigeria, are Tim McSorley and Father Kizito Okhuoya.

Jada and Robbie Miller are greeted by friends and family after their wedding at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Omaha.

Chris Brannan, a member of Holy Cross Parish in Omaha, head of maintenance and a woodworker, looks up at the silhouette of a risen Christ he made out of wood to help the parish celebrate the Easter season. Photo by Joe Ruff/Staff.

Students and a teacher at V.J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha help build four walls for a shed during a spring break service project with Habitat for Humanity in Council Bluffs.

Pope Francis in Rome. CNS photo/Paul Haring.
People throughout the archdiocese are invited on a pilgrimage – not to some distant land, but to St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha. In celebration of Pope Francis’ Year of Mercy, a Jubilee of Mercy Pilgrimage is planned for May 15, the feast of Pentecost. It will be the archdiocese’s biggest public...
It’s been a year since the archdiocese began offering one-on-one parenting classes instead of large-group gatherings as part of marriage preparation for couples with children. And they appear to be a hit. "Every couple we’ve had go through the course has said, ‘this is awesome, it’s so practical,...
Patrick and Janelle Benson of Central City say their growing relationship with God and with each other after 30 years of marriage will serve them well in retirement. That’s because they have learned to trust that Jesus wants to be part of their everyday lives, they said. "The stress level goes...

Father Joseph Corpora speaks April 12 to Catholic educators, clergy, archdiocesan staff and business people in Omaha about how to make Catholic education "available, affordable and accessible" to Latino students.
Building relationships is key to increasing Latino enrollment in Catholic schools. That was the message of Father Joseph Corpora, speaking April 12 to about 50 Catholic educators, clergy, archdiocesan staff and business people in Omaha about how to make Catholic education "available, affordable and...
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