Events

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Due to efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, most of the events on the calendar below have been canceled or indefinitely postponed, and some have been moved online. Please check with the contact person listed to verify that your event is still happening.

Events

This is your one-stop-shop for a variety of Archdiocese of Omaha
events throughout the northeast Nebraska area. Take a look at our calendar to see what’s upcoming.

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Events

This is your one-stop-shop for a variety of Archdiocese of Omaha
events throughout the northeast Nebraska area. Take a look at our calendar to see what’s upcoming.

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Saturday
Jun 06

Marriage: A Journey for Life (MAJ)- Webinar

9:00am - 2:00pm
Cost: $80.00
Marriage: A Journey for Life (MAJ) is a Saturday workshop in which couples prayerfully reflect and discuss important marriage topics 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 will be presented in a webinar format. This option requires handouts to print at home and a post event questionnaire to complete before receiving your certificate of completion.
FOCCUS: When you register for MAJ, you will automatically be registered for the FOCCUS premarriage inventory.
Website: https://web.cvent.com/event/baf4314d-aecd-41e8-9ffb-42858ce79f35/regProcessStep1?rp=00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
Address
Zoom
Contact
Rachael Tvrdy
marriageprep@archomaha.org
(402) 551-9003
Sunday
Jun 07

Trinity Sunday

The first Sunday after Pentecost. Its origins go back to the Arian heresy, when an office with canticle, responses, preface, and hymns was composed by the Fathers and recited on Sundays. Bishop Stephen of Liège (903-20) wrote an office of the Holy Trinity that in some places was recited on the Sunday after Pentecost, and elsewhere on the last Sunday before Advent. St. Thomas à Becket (1118-70), consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury on the Sunday following Pentecost, obtained for England the privilege of a special feast to honor the Trinity on that day. Pope John XXII (reigned 1316-34) extended the feast to the universal Church.
Thursday
Jun 11

Corpus Christi

The Feast of the Blessed Sacrament, established in 1246 by Bishop Robert de Thorote of Liège, at the suggestion of St. Juliana of Mont Cornillon (1192-1258). Its observance was extended to the Universal Church by Pope Urban IV in 1264. The office for the day was composed by St. Thomas Aquinas, and the customary procession was approved by Popes Martin V and Eugene IV. Now celebrated as the solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ on the first Thursday (or Sunday) after the feast of the Holy Trinity.
Saturday
Jun 13

St Vincent de Paul Strawberry e-Brunch

11:00am - 12:00pm
The 11th Annual Strawberry Brunch food pantry fundraiser is going on-line this year! Hosted by the St Vincent de Paul Society, this year’s event features a live broadcast with Father Taylor Leffler sharing his story of how St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta influences his life and ministry. We invite you to register today at svdpomaha.com for more information, to make a free-will donation, and to get in on the free e-raffle… join us in reaching our neighbors in need!
Website: https://www.svdpomaha.com/strawberry-e-brunch.html
Address
Live online broadcast
https://www.svdpomaha.com/strawberry-e-brunch.html
Contact
Diane Mead
diane.mead@svdpomaha.com
(402) 689-6450
Friday
Jun 19

Sacred Heart of Jesus

The physical Heart of Christ as the principal sign and symbol of the threefold love with which he loves his eternal Father and all mankind. It is, therefore, a symbol of the divine love he shares with the Father and the Holy Spirit but that he, the Word made flesh, alone manifests through a weak and perishable body, since “in Him dwells the fullness of the Godhead bodily” (Colossians 2:9). It is, besides, the symbol of that burning love which, infused into his soul, enriches the human will of Christ and enlightens and governs its acts by the most perfect knowledge derived both from the beatific vision and that which is directly infused. And finally it is the symbol also of sensible love, since the body of Christ possesses full powers of feeling and perception, in fact more so than any other human body (Pope Pius XII, Haurietis Aquas, II, 55-57).

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Events for All

Throughout the year, there are many events hosted by the archdiocese in addition to other events hosted by area parishes, schools and Catholic Organizations. Some are an annual event and some occur several times throughout the year.

Archbishop's Dinner For Education

A celebration of Catholic education that honors eight outstanding educators and raises important funds for low-income students to attend our Catholic schools

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Pilgrimage To The March For Life

The annual 5-day pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. for high school students takes place in January. Pilgrims travel by bus and visit holy and historical sites while learning about the pro-life movement and growing in their faith.

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