Dan Keller, of St. Charles Borromeo Parish near Gretna, opens his breviary Feb. 13 at his Omaha home, in a special spot created for prayer by his wife, Joyce.
Dan Keller, a member of St. Charles Borromeo Parish near Gretna, sits back in a cushioned chair next to a small wooden table in his bedroom. Daylight rushes in from the window behind him, illuminating the pages of his breviary. Keller, who is in... Read More

Adult volunteer Cassie Guenther, left, meets in a YDisciple small group of freshmen through juniors at a member’s home in West Point Feb. 10, including, from left, Sarah Hrbeck, Jena Wimer, Bobbie Ortmeier, Hannah McGill, Alondra Salazar, Regan Dorcey and Kassandra Salazar. All attend Guardian Angels Central Catholic School or West Point-Beemer Junior-Senior High School, both in West Point.
 Zach Kaup, a junior at Guardian Angels Central Catholic School in West Point, said he looks forward every week to sharing thoughts and experiences with six friends during their YDisciple faith formation sessions. "We’re close, we understand each... Read More

Tom and Denise Wharton of St. Robert Bellarmine Parish, and below, Dr. Ed and Sandy Kolb of St. Wenceslaus Parish, both in Omaha, reflect and share during a prayer period of the archdiocese’s Feb. 6 marriage enrichment dinner at St. Margaret Mary Parish’s Raynor Center in Omaha.
Denise Wharton’s head rested on her husband Tom’s shoulder as she quietly listened to him profess his love and gratitude for her during the annual marriage enrichment dinner, held Feb. 6 at St. Margaret Mary Parish in Omaha. Having the opportunity... Read More
Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18, marked the beginning of a 40-day Lenten journey of prayer, fasting and almsgiving to Christ’s passion and resurrection at Easter. For stories on the importance of prayer and the other two pillars of Lent, and the Archdiocese... Read More

Dan Keller, of St. Charles Borromeo Parish near Gretna, opens his breviary Feb. 13 at his Omaha home, in a special spot created for prayer by his wife, Joyce.

Adult volunteer Cassie Guenther, left, meets in a YDisciple small group of freshmen through juniors at a member’s home in West Point Feb. 10, including, from left, Sarah Hrbeck, Jena Wimer, Bobbie Ortmeier, Hannah McGill, Alondra Salazar, Regan Dorcey and Kassandra Salazar. All attend Guardian Angels Central Catholic School or West Point-Beemer Junior-Senior High School, both in West Point.

Tom and Denise Wharton of St. Robert Bellarmine Parish, and below, Dr. Ed and Sandy Kolb of St. Wenceslaus Parish, both in Omaha, reflect and share during a prayer period of the archdiocese’s Feb. 6 marriage enrichment dinner at St. Margaret Mary Parish’s Raynor Center in Omaha.
One person had not been to confession in 70 years. Others, 20 or 30 years. But they came on separate Thursday nights over the last two Lents to St. Bernard Church in Omaha, where the light was on for confession along with nearly every church across the archdiocese. "The moment of grace started with...
A bill introduced in the Nebraska Legislature to make "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" protected classifications under state employment law would harm society and erode religious liberty, according to the Nebraska Catholic Conference. Representing the public policy interests of Nebraska’s...
Seeking to strengthen the community of married couples, the Family Life Office is building on the recent marriage enrichment dinner in Omaha with a series of "date nights" for participants, who are encouraged to invite other couples, said Valerie Conzett, director. Set for 7 to 8 p.m. at the...
Knowledge, advocacy and evangelization. Three events set for next month at the Nebraska Capitol in Lincoln offer Catholics the opportunity for all three while learning about faith-related bills on the death penalty, abortion and supporting Catholic schools. Participants also will have opportunities...
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