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

  • During a press conference on his return flight from Switzerland, Pope Francis weighed in on ecumenism, migrants and refugees, and peace. He also said that he authorized Cardinal-designate Luis Ladaria Ferrer’s recent letter blocking a proposal by the German bishops’ conference that would have allowed Protestant spouses of Catholics to receive Communion on a regular basis. The crux of the issue, said the Pope, is that canon law permits a diocesan bishop, not a bishops’ conference, to permit non-Catholic Christians to receive Holy Communion in limited circumstances. The Vatican, the Pope added, is preparing a “a guiding document, so that each of the diocesan bishops can manage what canon law already permits.”

  • Pope Francis and Swiss President Alain Berset “underlined the need for a pan-European refugee policy based on solidarity” during their June 21 meeting in Geneva, according to a statement from the Swiss government. “An important topic of the bilateral talks was the search for solutions for peace in conflict areas in the Middle East and the situation of certain religious minorities, including in Myanmar.”

  • Pope Benedict XVI devoted a 2007 general audience to Pope St. Clement I.

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