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Archdiocesan-wide novena places the Journey of Faith under the protection of Our Lady
As the Archdiocese of Omaha embarks on a novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe to help us along our Journey of Faith, her consoling words to Juan Diego remain as… Read More
Journey of Faith reaches key milestone: plans submitted, being evaluated
As the Archdiocese of Omaha embarks on the next stage of its Journey of Faith, parishes will be preparing for changes – some more significant than others. Plans for how… Read More
For 113 years – 33 locally – Knights of Peter Claver have served God, Church and community
This month marks 113 years since the founding of the Knights of Peter Claver, a Black Catholic fraternal organization which has grown into the world’s largest historically Black Catholic lay… Read More
Ministry to the homeless serves up love and kindness along with the coffee
Regular patrons of any neighborhood coffee shop are accustomed to a friendly barista greeting them by name and preparing their favorite drink. At Holy Family Community Center near downtown Omaha,… Read More
Two missionaries, one a martyr who refused to leave his flock, are connected by name, vocation and family
“I am the good shepherd. A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.” – John 10:11   Columban Father Thomas Cusack was an Irish missionary priest who wouldn’t… Read More
Catholic Charities collection to help our neighbors in need
Providing emergency assistance and other vital services to more than 280,000 people annually is a big job – one that can be made easier with the support of the entire… Read More
Local groups helping displaced Ukrainians bear their burdens
While the war in Ukraine may no longer be frontpage news, people in the Archdiocese of Omaha are continuing to look for ways they and others can make a difference… Read More
Prayer and formation lead young men to deeper relationship with Christ; some to vocations
Catholics are frequently reminded to pray for vocations to the priesthood, diaconate and religious life. And as the Church celebrates Vocations Awareness Week, Nov. 6-12, that’s something all Catholics are… Read More
Veteran physician-turned-patient is back to delivering new life after receiving the gift of life himself
The sanctity of life never grows old for Norfolk obstetrician-gynecologist Keith Vrbicky, M.D. The Creighton University School of Medicine graduate has delivered 13,000-plus babies in his four-decade career. Last year… Read More
Varsity Catholic supports faith of college athletes
During McKenzi Weber’s time at Kansas State University, she struggled to find opportunities to grow in faith as she navigated the pressures of playing on the university’s volleyball team and… Read More
Men in diaconal formation discover their calling in serving the marginalized
The 10 men preparing to be ordained as permanent deacons next spring are doing more than studying. They’re seeking out people – many who would be considered on the margins… Read More