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NOVEMBER 18, 2005

Archbishop Elden Francis CurtissCOMMENTARY:

God bless those who truly care
On Thanksgiving Day, when we gather with family and friends to celebrate our good fortune, let's remember to give thanks for the Omaha Archdiocesan Parish and Educational Foundations that have brought many blessings to our Catholic community.
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Thanks to our retired priests for sharing their continued giving
This is the season we take extra time to reflect on what we need to be thankful for and how we can use the gifts of ourselves to serve others.
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We should be stewards of God's gift of human life
The Feast of All Souls Day prompts us to pray for the faithful departed and to reflect on our own mortality. It's also a good time to review the church's teaching regarding end-of-life issues – a topic that continues to stir much interest in the wake of the very public debate over Terri Schiavo.
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Educating young women in Omaha for half a century
A new pictorial history of Omaha's Mercy High School lines the wall of the 50-year-old school, which marks its golden anniversary this month. Read more >>
Adoption brings blessings to families
Like most parents, Troy and Renee Meyersick see their children as gifts from God. They proudly talk of their children's accomplishments and show off their beautiful faces.
West Point health care and ministry celebrated
WEST POINT – For the past 100 years, the West Point community has received quality health care and service to the elderly, thanks to the ministry of Franciscan Care Services.
Appeal pledges ahead of last year's pace
Financial pledges to the archdiocesan 2005 Feed My Sheep stewardship appeal are running well ahead of the 2004 pace four weeks after intention Sunday. Read more >>


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