- Apr 9, 2021
The Lenten Fish Fry Tour, an eight-year tradition for a growing group of Omahans, started last Friday night at Omaha’s Holy Ghost Catholic Church.
An Omaha woman has been charged in a second killing in the city, this time of a man whose body was found in a church hall storage shed.
As the U.S. bishops opened their two-day fall meeting Nov. 16, Bishop James D. Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, thanked his brother bishops and Archbishop Christophe Pierre, papal nuncio, for their support during his 11-month medical leave of absence.
A Catholic priest is suing the Omaha Archdiocese for defamation nearly two years after he was removed from his parish in northeast Nebraska and listed among a group of clergy found to be credibly accused of sexual misconduct.
A devoutly Catholic husband who refused to grant his wife a divorce on religious grounds urged Nebraska’s highest court Thursday to overturn the state’s no-fault divorce law in a case that could leave Nebraska as the only state without a law that lets couples end their marriage without assigning blame.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts praised the Aug. 13 passage of a bill by the state Legislature to ban a second-trimester abortion procedure that removes the fetus in pieces and he is expected to sign it.
Former Boys Town director Father Val Peter, who led the iconic home for troubled youth for 20 years before retiring in 2005, died Tuesday at age 85 after battling cancer.
Kearney resident John Beach, a Catholic military veteran, enjoys rebuilding things. So when he found an opportunity to use some of his rebuilt sewing machines for a good cause, he didn’t hesitate, despite not knowing how to use any of them.