Friday
Nov 04

Generational Healing Mass

6:15pm - 8:30pm






His Global Love Prayer Communities invite you to a Generational Healing Mass. Rosary at 6:15 p.m., praise and worship at 6:30 p.m. and a Healing Mass to follow at 7:00 p.m. Fr. Kevin Joyce from" His Global Love" Ministry will be presiding. All are welcome. To view the livestream please go to http://www.youtube.com, then type “His Global Love” into the search bar and click on the live video.
Website: http://www.hisglobalove.org
Address
St. Bernard Church
3601 N. 65th Street
Omaha
Nebraska 68104
Contact
Marie Peri
Hisglobalove@gmail.com
(402) 451-1974
Saturday
Nov 05

St. Elizabeth Ann Fall Boutique

9:00am - 3:00pm
Cost: Free
There will be vendors with various home-based national brands as well as locally handmade items available for purchase. Raffle tickets, bake sale items and concessions will be available for purchase. All proceeds from the Boutique support St. Elizabeth Ann Parish, St. James Parish and St. James/Seton School.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/seafallboutique
Address
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish Center
5419 N. 114th Street
Omaha
Nebraska 68164
Contact
Janna Anderson
seafallboutique@gmail.com
Monday
Nov 07

Evangelium Institute - Journey through the Catechism of the Catholic Church

7:00pm - 8:30pm
Cost: $100
Join us for a lively six-week journey (Monday nights: November 7 through December 12) through the Catechism of the Catholic Church and be inspired with a new appreciation and love for the Mass and the Sacraments! This course is guided by Dr. Keith Jiron of Evangelium Institute.
Website: https://www.eicatholic.org/event-details/know-your-faith-session-2
Address
St. Leo the Great Catholic Church
1920 N. 102nd St.
Omaha
Nebraska 68114
Contact
Abbie Lamphere
abbie.l@eicatholic.org
Thursday
Nov 10

The Five Imperatives to Create A Culture of Generosity - November 2022

9:00am - 3:00pm
In 2020, Archbishop Lucas announced The Big Goal: Within the next six years, every parish in the archdiocese will become a "Missional Community." Key to achieving this goal are three important characteristics:

1. Collaborative Leadership
2. A Clear Path of Discipleship
3. A Culture of Generosity

Over time, these characteristics will bear fruit in the measurement outcomes of increased mass attendance, an increase of baptisms and receptions into the Church, increased offertory, and the living of mercy in the wider community. In partnership with the Archdiocese of Omaha Pastoral Services Team, The Stewardship and Development Office will offer learning opportunities to develop one of the three characteristics: A Culture of Generosity.

Learn more about the Big Goal and the resources available at equip.archomaha.org

The Five Imperatives to Create A Culture of Generosity


Shannan Brommer, Director, Stewardship & Development Office – Archdiocese of Omaha
Tom Crowley, Officer, Stewardship & Development Office – Archdiocese of Omaha

A Culture of Generosity is not just an attitude of gratitude for all that we receive from God, but a framework that helps answer Jesus’ call to be His disciples, no matter the cost. Join us as we dive into Five Imperatives to successfully promote gifts of prayer, participation and generosity as recommended in the U.S. Bishops’ Pastoral Letter, Stewardship A Disciple’s Response.

Shannan Brommer and Tom Crowley with the Stewardship & Development Office will accompany pastors and parish leaders seeking to maximize stewardship and development initiatives in parishes to further the mission of Jesus.

Who should attend: Pastors, parish leadership, parish council members, school and parish stewardship and development staff and volunteers, development committees and more.

Potential Outcomes of this workshop include:
1. Tools and next steps to create, implement and plan towards A Culture of Generosity.
2. A deeper understanding of how to foster an environment in which the sharing of prayer, participation and generosity is encouraged and deeply valued.
3. Action items for progressive movement towards becoming a Missional Community through discipleship, pastoral conversion and generosity.

Register Now




About the Presenters:


Shannan Brommer is in her tenth year as Director of the Stewardship & Development Office for the Archdiocese of Omaha where she works with a terrific team whose efforts ensure the archdiocese has the resources and leadership needed to fulfill its mission through such programs as the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, Joy of Giving, Catholic Futures Foundation of Northeast Nebraska, Legacy Planning, the Archbishop’s Committee for Development, Culture of Generosity and the Education & Network Series. Prior to her role with the archdiocese, Shannan worked as Director of Advancement for Marian High School. Shannan has presented at the Omaha Development Institute, the Gonser Gerber Advancement Conference and the National Catholic Education Association National Conference on a variety of advancement related topics including: Implementing a Strong Annual Giving Program for Parishes and Schools, Creating the Philanthropic Habit, Marketing Programs that Score Results and Branding and Public Relations. Shannan and her husband, Brad, are members of Our Lady of Lourdes parish in Omaha.

Tom Crowley is in his seventh year with the Archdiocese of Omaha Stewardship & Development Office. His primary focus is to help parishes, schools and archdiocesan ministries implement models of generosity to advance the mission. Over the years Tom has helped grow the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, maximize support for the Ignite the Faith campaign, promote the Black Student Catholic Scholarship Fund, and cultivate support for the High School Tuition Assistance Program. Prior to joining the Stewardship & Development Office, Tom spent ten years helping hospitals, parishes, and schools with major gift solicitation and fifteen years in parish ministry. Tom and his wife Dede are members of St. Margaret Mary Parish and have served on the Archbishop’s Committee for Development (ACD) for eleven years.

Deacon Al Aulner was ordained a Permanent Deacon in 2005. He has been serving as Coordinator of Jail and Prison Ministry for the Archdiocese of Omaha since September 2013. Deacon Al manages the dedicated ministry teams that serve in the rural and urban county jails and the prison institutions located within the Archdiocese.

Deacon Al also served as the Pastoral Coordinator for Holy Family Parish in Omaha from July, 2014 through March, 2020. At Holy Family he coordinated several programs that served the poor in northeast and southeast Omaha. The programs sought to provide food, clothing, financial aid, and religious services to some of the poorest people in Omaha. The programs also provided opportunities for people from across the city learn about the challenges people face in poverty. Many students from Catholic schools went to Holy Family to meet and serve people in need.

Deacon Al and his wife, Terri, are members of Holy Ghost Parish in Omaha.
Address
Archdiocese of Omaha Chancery
2222 111th Street
Omaha
NE 68164

Holy Hour for Priests and Vocations

7:00pm - 8:00pm






Father Frank Baumert will share his vocation story and lead prayers at the Holy Hour for Priests and Vocations. Come pray for priests and vocations. The monthly Holy Hour includes communal and silent prayer and the priest’s vocation story. Experience the blessings of adoration of Our Eucharistic Lord, benediction and music ministry. Lift up our Shepherds in prayer that they may be renewed, healed and strengthened as they lay down their lives for their sheep.
Website: https://ollomaha.com/
Address
Our Lady of Lourdes Church
2110 S. 32nd Ave.
Omaha
Nebraska 68107
Contact
Colleen Hoff
colleenrhoff@gmail.com
4022531489
Saturday
Nov 12

Faith And Reason - What the Church teaches about the bible and evolution

7:00pm - 8:00pm
Cost: $10






The Faith and Reason series (FAR) is an opportunity for high school age students to learn about and discuss the Catholic teaching around tough cultural issues they're facing today. On November 12, Dcn. Peter Kennedy presents on "What the Church teaches about the bible and evolution."
Website: https://www.eicatholic.org/event-details/what-the-church-teaches-about-the-bible-and-evolution
Address
St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church
16701 S Street
Omaha
Nebraska 68135
Contact
Abbie Lamphere
abbie.l@eicatholic.org
Tuesday
Nov 15

Tuesday/Thursday MAJ: November 15/17

(11/15) - (11/17)
Cost: $80
Couples are provided the opportunity for prayerful reflection and discussion of topics important to living the vocation of marriage within the context of the Catholic faith.

Topics include Communication, Sacramental Marriage, Marital Intimacy and Responsible Love, Challenges to the Vocation of Marriage, and Stewardship. This is a-2 day event. (This is not an overnight retreat, and no sessions will be occurring on the Wednesday in-between.)

FOCCUS: When you register for MAJ, you will automatically be registered for the FOCCUS pre-marriage inventory.
Website: https://cvent.me/XDd2kk
Address
Zoom
Contact
Rachael Tvrdy
marriageprep@archomaha.org
4025519003
Wednesday
Nov 16

Tuesday/Thursday MAJ: November 15/17

(11/15) - (11/17)
Cost: $80
Couples are provided the opportunity for prayerful reflection and discussion of topics important to living the vocation of marriage within the context of the Catholic faith.

Topics include Communication, Sacramental Marriage, Marital Intimacy and Responsible Love, Challenges to the Vocation of Marriage, and Stewardship. This is a-2 day event. (This is not an overnight retreat, and no sessions will be occurring on the Wednesday in-between.)

FOCCUS: When you register for MAJ, you will automatically be registered for the FOCCUS pre-marriage inventory.
Website: https://cvent.me/XDd2kk
Address
Zoom
Contact
Rachael Tvrdy
marriageprep@archomaha.org
4025519003
Thursday
Nov 17

Tuesday/Thursday MAJ: November 15/17

(11/15) - (11/17)
Cost: $80
Couples are provided the opportunity for prayerful reflection and discussion of topics important to living the vocation of marriage within the context of the Catholic faith.

Topics include Communication, Sacramental Marriage, Marital Intimacy and Responsible Love, Challenges to the Vocation of Marriage, and Stewardship. This is a-2 day event. (This is not an overnight retreat, and no sessions will be occurring on the Wednesday in-between.)

FOCCUS: When you register for MAJ, you will automatically be registered for the FOCCUS pre-marriage inventory.
Website: https://cvent.me/XDd2kk
Address
Zoom
Contact
Rachael Tvrdy
marriageprep@archomaha.org
4025519003
Monday
Nov 21

Holy Hour for Priests and Seminarians

6:30pm - 8:00pm
Join the Serra Club of West Omaha for a beautiful Holy Hour for Priests & Seminarians at St. Gerald Catholic Church, beginning with a reception in the Narthex at 6:30 PM followed by the Holy Hour at 7:00 PM. The Presider will be Father Frank Baumert, Chaplain of the Serra Club of West Omaha. Prayers for our Priests and Seminarians are especially needed as our Archdiocese faces a shortage of priests amid a challenging time for our Catholic Church and our culture at large. We need to support our Priests and Seminarians with fervent and ongoing prayer, now more than ever. Please show your support and invite your family, friends, and guests to join us!
Website: https://serrawestomaha.org/
Address
St. Gerald Catholic Church
9602 Q Street
Ralston
Nebraska 68127
Contact
Bruce Jefferies
westomaha@serrainternational.org
(402) 521-4262
Saturday
Nov 26

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Wednesday
Nov 30

Living Joy with Chris Stefanik

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Cost: Free






Chris Stefanik, internationally acclaimed author and speaker, will share the path to joy found by people living all over the world. Living Joy is a message "for a world grasping for joy but settling for short-lived pleasures" as Archbishop Aquila states. Jesus promises, "These things I have spoken to you, that my oy may be in you, and that your joy may be full" (Jn 15:11). Join us to be inspired and renewed with His joy.
Website: http://stpatsfremont.org
Address
St. Patrick Church
3400 E. 16th Street
Fremont
Nebraska 68025
Contact
Kate Casale
kcasale@stpatsfremont.org
(402) 721-6611
Friday
Dec 02

Generational Healing Mass

6:15pm
His Global Love Prayer Communities invite you to a Generational Healing Mass on Friday, December 2nd, 2022, at St. Bernard Catholic Church, 3601 N. 65th St. Omaha. Rosary at 6:15 p.m., praise and worship at 6:30 p.m. and a Healing Mass to follow at 7:00 p.m. Fr. Kevin Joyce from” His Global Love” Ministry will be presiding. All are welcome. To view live stream please go to :http://www.youtube.com, then type in “His Global Love” into the search bar and then click on live video for December 2nd, 2022 Healing Mass. Questions contact Marie Peri at 402-451-1974.
Website: http://www.hisglobalove.org/
Address
St. Bernard Catholic Church
3601 N. 65th St
Contact
Marie Peri
(402) 451-1974

Winter Adventure - V2 Ministries

7:00pm (12/02) - 9:00am (12/04)
Cost: $90
Activities include team-building activities, sledding and snow activities (weather-permitting), formation talks and small group discussions, prayer time. Scholarships available.
Website: https://v2ministries.org/adventures/#weekend
Address
Pro Sanctity Retreat Center
11002 N. 204th Street
Elkhorn
Nebraska 68022
Contact
Jeb Vavak
Info@v2ministries.org
(402) 915-0482
Saturday
Dec 03

Winter Adventure - V2 Ministries

7:00pm (12/02) - 9:00am (12/04)
Cost: $90
Activities include team-building activities, sledding and snow activities (weather-permitting), formation talks and small group discussions, prayer time. Scholarships available.
Website: https://v2ministries.org/adventures/#weekend
Address
Pro Sanctity Retreat Center
11002 N. 204th Street
Elkhorn
Nebraska 68022
Contact
Jeb Vavak
Info@v2ministries.org
(402) 915-0482

Magnificat-Omaha Advent Brunch

9:30am - 1:00pm
Cost: $20






All women are invited to the Magnificat-Omaha* ADVENT Brunch with guest speaker, Carol Razza, who will share the Joy of Advent with us. Carol is a dynamic retreat speaker, a mental health counselor and faculty member at St. Vincent de Paul Seminary. She has written Parent Me Please, a book helping parents to parent their adolescents and Sonblock – How Christians Unknowingly Shield Themselves from Grace. *Magnificat-Omaha is an archdiocesan-wide Catholic women’s organization focused on evangelization.
Website: https://magnificatomaha.org/
Address
St. Robert Bellarmine, Mainelli Center
11802 Pacific Street
Omaha
Nebraska 68154
Contact
Karen Dwyer
MagnificatOmaha@gmail.com
(402) 333-7704
Sunday
Dec 04

Winter Adventure - V2 Ministries

7:00pm (12/02) - 9:00am (12/04)
Cost: $90
Activities include team-building activities, sledding and snow activities (weather-permitting), formation talks and small group discussions, prayer time. Scholarships available.
Website: https://v2ministries.org/adventures/#weekend
Address
Pro Sanctity Retreat Center
11002 N. 204th Street
Elkhorn
Nebraska 68022
Contact
Jeb Vavak
Info@v2ministries.org
(402) 915-0482
Saturday
Dec 10

Institute for Priestly Formation Advent Morning of Reflection

8:15am - 12:00pm
Cost: Free
The morning begins with the 8:15 a.m. parish Mass, includes a continental breakfast, presentations by the IPF Staff, and time for silent reflection. For planning purposes, please register on-line at priestlyformation.org or call Tina Targy at 402-280-3901. These annual Advent gatherings offer an opportunity for the laity to experience the IPF charism used in the spiritual formation of diocesan seminarians and priests who participate in our programs.
Website: https://priestlyformation.org
Address
Christ the King Church
654 S. 86th Street
Omaha
Nebraska 68114
Contact
Tina Targy
tinatargy@creighton.edu
(402) 280-3901

Faith & Reason - How we ought to appreciate the genius of our God-given bodies

7:00pm - 8:00pm
Cost: $10
The Faith and Reason series (FAR) is an opportunity for high school age students to learn about and discuss the Catholic teaching around tough cultural issues they're facing today.

Join us as Teresa Kenney of the Hormone Genius Podcast presents: "How we ought to appreciate the genius of our God-given bodies."
Website: https://www.eicatholic.org/event-details/how-we-ought-to-appreciate-the-genius-of-our-god-given-bodies
Address
St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church
16701 S Street
Omaha
Nebraska 68135
Contact
Abbie Lamphere
abbie.l@eicatholic.org
Wednesday
Dec 14

Annual Christmas Prayer Service & Social

3:00pm - 5:00pm
In gratitude for your service to our parishes, schools and ministries, the Archdiocese of Omaha Stewardship & Development Office invites you to a prayer service and Christmas social. We are delighted to have Fr. Damian Zuerlein of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church offer the prayer service. The gathering will begin in the church with a social immediately following in the school gymnasium next door.

Register for this event here!
Address
St. Frances Cabrini Church
1248 S 10th Street
Omaha
NE 68108
Thursday
Dec 15

Holy Hour for Priests and Vocations

7:00pm - 8:00pm






Do you want to help our over burdened priests? Please join in praying for them at the monthly Holy Hour for Priests and Vocations. Father Dan Wittrock will share his vocation story and lead prayers, followed by adoration and benediction.
Website: https://ollomaha.com/
Address
Our Lady of Lourdes Church
2110 S. 32nd Ave.
Omaha
Nebraska 68107
Contact
Colleen Hoff
colleenrhoff@gmail.com
4022531489

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