Archdiocesan Event Calendar

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.

Monday
Nov 01

All Saints Day

Holy Day of Obligation, except whenever November 1, the solemnity of All Saints, falls on a Saturday or on a Monday, the precept to attend Mass is abrogated.
Saturday
Nov 13

2021 Marriage: A Journey for Life Online Retreat

9:00am - 2:30pm
Cost: $80
This Saturday five hour workshop will be broadcast via Zoom.

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.

FOCCUS: When you register for MAJ, you will automatically be registered for the FOCCUS pre-marriage inventory.
Website: https://web.cvent.com/event/dd602841-7a8c-4037-8996-b7421d1a5252/summary
Address
Livestream
n/a
Omaha
Nebraska 68164
Contact
Rachael Tvrdy
rltvrdy@archomaha.org
(402) 551-9003
Friday
Nov 19

Ablaze at Cathedral

6:30pm
Join us for an evening of prayer and praise at Saint Cecilia Cathedral on Friday, November 19, at 6:30 pm. Families and people of all ages are welcome. During Ablaze, we invite people to enter into offering a sacrifice of praise through singing, which leads us into a deeper love for Jesus.

Find out more about Ablaze at AblazeWorship.com.
Saturday
Nov 20

Nebraska vs Wisconsin Tailgate

Nebraska vs Wisconsin Tailgate - November 20, 2021

Bring your family and friends to the Nebraska vs Wisconsin Tailgate Sts. Peter and Paul Gym - 3619 X Street Omaha, NE., 68107

Pregame starts TBD – 1- hour before Kick-Off. Watch the Huskers on Big Screens! No Admission costs. No Reservations.

Food, Drinks, Raffles, and Games During each quarter surprise fan giveaways will be awarded

Homemade Enchiladas, Chili Dogs, Nacho’s, desserts and more.

Raffle items: Handmade Husker Quilt, Husker Cornhole boards and Gift baskets. Silent Action- Autograph Football – Lavonte David Former Husker and Super Bowl Champion
Sunday
Nov 28

First Sunday of Advent

A period of prayer in preparation for Christmas, including four Sundays, the first nearest the feast of St. Andrew, November 30. It is the beginning of the Church’s liturgical year. The use of the organ and other musical instruments is restricted in liturgical functions. However, it is allowed 1. in extraliturgical functions, 2. for exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, 3. to support singing, and 4. on Gaudete Sunday, feasts and solemnities, and in any extraordinary celebration. Altars may not be decorated with flowers. In the celebration of matrimony, the nuptial blessing is always imparted. But the spouses are advised to take into account the special character of the liturgical season. Masses for various needs and votive Masses for the dead are not allowed unless there is a special need. (Etym. Latin adventus, a coming, approach, arrival.)

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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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