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Sancta Familia means “Holy Family” in Latin. The non-profit apostolate is conveniently located in Old Mill, at 10506 Burt Circle. They provide medical care to persons of all ages, from pre-natal care to geriatrics. Their physicians, medical providers, and staff are committed to treating each person with dignity, as each person is created in the image and likeness of God. They strive to care for the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.

Gloria Deo is located at 13065 W Center Rd. When you shop at, you have access to the best and brightest in Catholicism. Not only do they carry classics from the early years of the Church, but they also seek out writings from some of today’s finest minds. So whether you’re looking for Augustine or Aquinas, Hahn or Groeschel, look no further than Gloria Deo.

Located at 8222 “H” Street, Omaha, NE 68127, their experienced staff offer extensive knowledge in church goods and are dedicated to the highest standard of service. Looking for something special or simply have a question? Call TOLL FREE 1-800-228-9785 or inquire to



WHAT IS DIOCESAN PRIEST?Diocesan Priest serves ordinary men who are responding to their call to holiness and offers guidance for the question:“Is Jesus Christ calling me to be a Catholic priest?



The Institute for Priestly Formation helps seminarians and priests encounter the Lord in a deeper way so as to be able to help others do the same. Since our first programs offered in 1995, over 2,000 seminarians and 600 priests have been able to avail themselves of the opportunity for this deeper encounter.


The Catholic Voice is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Omaha. Browse through the most up to date articles about the Catholic faith and its relevance in the world today. Get instant access to news on your computer or smartphone by visiting the Catholic Voice Online, where new news stories are featured daily.


The National Conference of Diocesan Vocation Directors promotes diocesan priesthood, providing resources for the formation, support, and advocacy of diocesan vocation directors as they work within the Catholic Church to foster a culture of vocations, raising up new priests for the Body of Christ.

The National Religious Vocation Conference began in 1988 as a merger of the National Conference of Religious Vocation Directors (NCRVD) and the National Sisters Vocation Conference (NSVC). Today the NRVC has an annual membership of over 800 women and men representing over 300 religious institutes, both national and international, most of whom are vocation ministers for religious congregations. The organization is divided into 12 member areas. The National Board consists of eight to twelve representatives and the NRVC Executive Director.

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The National Catholic Register and have become America’s most complete and faithful Catholic news source. In addition to the news that its readers need and expect, the Register also includes edifying feature articles on such topics as the Culture of Life, Catholic education, books, arts & entertainment, Catholic travel, and its award-winning In Person interview series. It is published biweekly, 26 issues per year.


CNA strives to provide free, up-to-the-minute news affecting the Universal Church, giving particular emphasis to the words of the Holy Father and happenings of the Holy See, to any person with access to the internet. CNA takes particular pride in offering free access to its news items to Catholic Dioceses, parishes, and websites in order to increase awareness of the activities of the universal Church and further create a Catholic culture in the life of each of the faithful.


Catholic News Service has a rich history of journalistic professionalism and is a leader in the world of Catholic and religious media. With headquarters in Washington, offices in New York and Rome, and correspondents around the world, CNS provides the most comprehensive coverage of the church today.



Crux began in September 2014 as a project of the Boston Globe, and today is an independent Catholic media outlet, operated in partnership with the Knights of Columbus and supported both by advertisers and by a number of other Catholic organizations, institutions and individuals.


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