Distribute Holy Communion at liturgies or to home bound.
Proclaim the Scripture readings at weekday or weekend liturgies.
Assist the Priest at the altar during Mass. Students fifth grade or older are welcomed.
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Assist with seating at various liturgical services.
Greet and welcome parishioners attending mass and carry offertory gifts.
We support the monthly parish breakfasts, Mothers’ Day breakfast, and the pro-life One Rose, One Life Campaign.
We are active with blood drives, the high school invitational track meet, and the Intellectual Disabilties Drive.
Join in fellowship with fish fries, steak fries, and the annual golf tournament.
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Provide guidance and support for the parish budget and planning process.
Serve and advise the parish priest about pastoral issues.
Coordinate activities through the parish that lead all to a life of stewardship and discipleship.
Foster vocations to the religious life through prayer, invitation, encouragement and affirmation.
Newly created committee to help evangelize in our own parish and beyond. Activities include social media, website, bulletin, among others.
Newly created committee to welcome all to our parish and coordinate activities to engage the faithful.
ST TERESA OF CALCUTTA ROSARY MAKERS MINISTRY
Our members are men, women, and children who enjoy working with their hands to construct rosaries. Our mission is to gift a white rosary for each baby who is baptized, a red rosary for each Confirmation candidate, and a green rosary for each family moving into the Parish, plus other rosaries as needed.SIGN UP
PARISH OUTREACH MINISTRY
Our members include any volunteer who would like to help with St. Patrick’s outreach. Our mission is to offer assistance during special times of spiritual, physical or emotional need, through personal contact, referral, and prayer.SIGN UP
SAINT ROSE OF LIMA GUILD
Our members are women who enjoy gardening, working with flowers, decorating the church, and socializing. Our guild’s mission is to praise God and to decorate the entrance and inside of the church and the parish center.SIGN UP
SAINT MONICA GUILD
Our members enjoy organizing social and charitable events. The guild members assist the parish with projects such as laundering the Purificators, helping with the annual Stewardship Fair, parish breakfasts, serving needy families, and other events as the need arises.SIGN UP
SAINT GERARD GUILD
Our members are mothers who choose to grow in grace, faith, and friendship. Our mission is to unite mothers of all ages. Our meetings include prayer, faith sharing, and fellowship.SIGN UP
The first step is a 2-day, 1-overnight renewal weekend. Music, faith sharing, Mass, and individual and group activities help you reflect on your current relationship with God and inspire you to be open to the way God is working in your lives.
After attending a renewal weekend, participants are invited to serve on the next CRHP team. They will go through a time of team fellowship and formation as the team prays, works, and prepares to lead the next retreat.
After sharing in the CRHP weekend, participants are encouraged to seek other ministries in the parish to serve and help make the parish a more vibrant faith community.
Least of my Brethren Ministry
Today’s homeless population includes men, women, children, and families. Approximately 2,000 people are homeless in Omaha every night. Join this ministry to make a difference to the less fortunate in our community.LEARN MORE
Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ.
During Eucharistic Adoration, we “watch and wait”, we remain “silent” in His Presence and open ourselves to His Graces which flow from the Eucharist.
The Adoration board in the Narthex shows days and times parishioners have slotted to spend time in church.
EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Our Lord is truly present, body and blood, soul and divinity in the Blessed Sacrament.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in our beautiful monstrance is offered on the second Thursday of the month beginning at 7:30 AM and concluding at 5:45 PM just before 6 PM Mass.
Someone must always be present. We invite anyone to come to adore Our Lord in the Eucharist for any amount of time. For more information or to get involved contact Jean Hlavacek at 402-504-4222.
The rosary is offered by the community before all weekend masses and on Tuesday evenings. The purpose of the Rosary is to help keep in memory certain principle events in the history of our salvation. Our Blessed Mother has promised 15 graces to those who faithfully recite the Rosary.
The Catholic faith is rich with many prayers. Spending time in personal prayer can bring about a very powerful experience with our Lord. Here are some of our favorites.PRAYERS
Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament Lent 2019
After the priest places the Blessed Sacrament in the monstrance, a hymn of praise is sung as the priest incenses the Blessed Sacrament. Watch as Father Matt completes this holy process.