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Is the resurrection of Jesus from the dead fake news or good news?

The latest buzz word the past few months is ‘fake news’.  Just a few days ago, Facebook had announced its crusade to stop fake news stories.  The social media giant gave ten tips how to spot fake news. Today we ponder the question, ‘Is the resurrection of Jesus from the dead fake news or good […]

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Jesus, convert America

This past weekend we celebrated our freedom to be called Americans! We live in one of the greatest nations on this beautiful earth. We are blessed with so much here, but above all, we are blessed with the freedom for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. On July 4th, 1776, our nation declared our […]

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Supreme Court Ruling on “Same-Sex Marriage”

I recently received this question on my blog: Father, I have just heard of the Supreme Court’s decision that all states will have to allow same sex marriages. Governor Rickets said on T.V. that NE will comply with the Supreme Court’s mandates. Probably has not choice right now. My first concern is what does this […]

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Collar VS. Collar Series

Before you make plans for Father’s Day, would you consider attending the first Collar vs. Collar softball game between priests from the Diocese of Lincoln and the Archdiocese of Omaha?  It promises to be a fun-filled, entertaining afternoon! Visit Spirit Catholic Radio’s website for additional information and to see a listing of priests on each […]

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Why Parish Boundaries?

Why Parish Boundaries? – I believe the answer to that is two-fold. If I am correct, parish registration is nowhere mentioned in the Code of Canon Law, (the Catholic Church’s volume on most everything that governs Church life) and may very well be simply an American invention. Catholics ordinarily are asked to register at a […]

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Easter Triduum

Father Clark and I invite you to join with us in the three holiest days in the Catholic Church’s liturgical year. It is in these three days called the Easter or Sacred Triduum that Jesus’ complete self-giving is once again represented for us, His people chosen by Baptism. It is three days of life-giving self-sacrifice […]

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Palm Sunday is the doorway to Holy Week

Sunday begins the holiest week in the Church’s liturgical year and one that I hope is for each and every one of us. I hope it is a time of quiet, reflection. As we walk the journey with our Lord to the Cross. Palm Sunday is the doorway to Holy Week. I invite you and […]

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A Moment for Prayer

During the penitential season of Lent the Church recommends three main practices by which we are more closely configured to our Lord Jesus Christ. They are: prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Prayer is in many ways the lifeblood of Catholics. Prayer means many different things to many different people. I would like to propose several steps […]

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Lenten Facts

We are now well into the season of Lent. Of that, it might be interesting to post a number of facts regarding Lent within the tradition of the Catholic Church. Lent is the period of 40 days before Easter in the Christian calendar. Sundays are not included in the count. It falls on a different […]

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