Sunday Mass

5:30 pm (Sat), 7:00 am, 8:00 am,
9:30 am, 11:00 am, 12:30 pm

Weekday Mass

Mon-Fri - 6:30 am, 8:30 am, 5:30 pm,
Sat - 8:30 am

Reconciliation

Sat - 4:00 - 5:30 pm, 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Thurs (Before first Friday) -
4:30 - 5:30 pm, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Or by appointment

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Upcoming Events

Media Webcast

Note the changes to our webcasting procedures!

To view a live webcast, click on Church Stream Live

To view available past events, click on Church Stream Archive

PLEASE SEE THE PARISH UPCOMING EVENTS FOR SCHEDULE OF FUNERALS AND OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS.

Weekdays M-S LIVE 8:09am: The Rosary followed by the Mass for the Homebound.
Sundays LIVE 9:09 am
: The Rosary followed by the Mass for the Homebound.

Questions: Contact Greg Pflaum
402-680-8848 or gregpflaum@me.com

 

World Catholic News - CatholicCulture.org

  • Archbishop Anil Couto of Delhi has asked Catholics to pray and fast on Fridays until next spring’s elections. “We are witnessing a turbulent political atmosphere which poses a threat to the democratic principles enshrined in our constitution and the secular fabric of our nation,” he said.

  • “The peace we are looking for is not the peace of cemeteries, nor that of subjugated slaves,” said the bishop who serves as spokesman for Church-brokered talks between the government and opposition in Nicaragua. Daniel Ortega—the leftist Sandinista leader who overthrew the Somoza regime in 1979, and subsequently led Nicaragua from 1979-1990, and again since 2007—now faces significant student protests against his own repressive regime.

  • At the conclusion of the Pope’s meetings with Chilean bishops last week, the Vatican released a brief letter to Chile’s bishops. Il Sismografo—whose editorial director is a Chilean journalist who once worked for Vatican Radio—has published what purports to be the full text of a May 15 letter from the Pope to Chile’s bishops. In footnote 25, Pope Francis reportedly referred to “serious accusations against some bishops or superiors who are believed to have entrusted these educational institutions to priests suspected of active homosexuality.”

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