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Advent Resource Page 2018

ChristLife Registration


Click the photo to register for our "ChirstLife: Discovering Christ" that begins in January 2019.

Discovering Christ is a seven-week experience, beginning on Sunday, January 6, 2019, where anyone and everyone, from the baptized in the pews to the unbaptized, is invited to hear the Good News and personally encounter Jesus Christ. Discovering Christ helps people enter into or renew a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, experience the love of God the Father, and be empowered by the Holy Spirit to live as God’s children. Discovering Christ consists of seven weekly sessions and a retreat day. The weekly sessions include four components: a meal, prayer time, a video teaching, and small group discussion. For More Information, or to register, please contact Deacon Chris Hanson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 402-895-0808

ArchOmaha Unite Registration in Jan

You are more than what they tell you. You are more than early morning carpool sessions, performance review feedback, or the grade on your last biology assignment. You are more than the size of your jeans, the size of your bank account, or the number of likes on your last Instagram post. There is more to you, and there is more to your Catholic faith too.
Coming June 8, 2019, experience your faith as you’ve never seen it before - in a vibrant, joy-filled, one-day Catholic party we call ArchOmaha Unite. Over 15,000 Catholics from every corner of the archdiocese will rally together to celebrate hope, family, community and ALL the things that make us ‘who we are’ in the Archdiocese of Omaha. 
Broadway-style theater performance? Unite’s got that. Side-splitting comedy? We’re on it. Music, food, and Pentecost Mass celebrated in a stadium-sized arena with 15,000 of your brothers and sisters in Christ? Check, check and check. ArchOmaha Unite is about YOU and celebrating what makes you a unique and irreplaceable part of the Catholic Church in Northeastern Nebraska.
You are far from ordinary. Be part a of something extraordinary at ArchOmaha Unite. Visit the website at: https://unite.archomaha.org/

Unite Intro Parish Resource from Archdiocese of Omaha on Vimeo.

Becoming Catholic


 Are you interested in becoming Catholic?

 Do you know someone who is?

We have a group of people that will begin meeting in September for RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults). This group is for anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic Church and/or joining the Church. Whether you have been baptized or not, have had no religious formation or a good deal of formation, everyone is welcome. We would like to hear from you. If you know someone who is thinking about becoming Catholic, please encourage them to join us.

Contact: Brian Corey at 402-895-0808 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sex Abuse and the Church

Letter From Archbishop Lucas  - November 2018

Please click here to read the letter

From Father Richard:

I am sure that it becomes difficult for members of the Church to stay engaged in the living out of the Good News of Jesus in our world and even in the Church.  The shepherds of the Church have lost credibility in their charism of leadership and the voice of the Church has in many ways been compromised or silenced.

Yet now is our time to bring the light of the Gospel to shine on our world and even in our Church through the action and witness of our lives.  Now is our time to be bearers of Good News.

Peace,  Fr. Richard

Please Pray With Us:

For the Catholic Church at this time of scandal: for true repentance of those bishops and priests who have abused or neglected those entrusted to their care, and for healing, justice, and reconciliation for those who were abused physically and emotionally by priests and bishops. 

From the Pope:

Please Click Here for the message from the Pope

From the Archdiocese of Omaha:

A letter from Archbishop Lucas.

From Fr. Mike Schmitz:

The sex abuse scandal is the worst thing Father Mike has ever heard of. Worse than the negative opinions it brings upon the priesthood (even though most priests did nothing wrong) are the innocent children who have to bear this devastating burden with them their entire lives.


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Sat Vigil 5:30 pm
Sunday 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30 am

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