Archdiocese of Omaha
The Archdiocese of Omaha is where the faithful live both in the ancient tradition of Roman Catholicism and the young, unique heritage of northeastern Nebraska. The archdiocese’s vibrancy is rooted in diverse ethnic and cultural heritages extending from farms and ranches to towns and city centers. The Archdiocese of Omaha originally covered all of Nebraska and Wyoming. Today, its territory includes 23 northeast Nebraska counties and an area of 14,051 square miles. The general population of the 23 counties is approximately 889,000 and the Catholic population is about 220,000 people. Service agencies, including Catholic Charities, have made the Archdiocese one of the largest private social service providers in the region. Every year, thousands of people receive counseling, shelter, adoption assistance, health care, immigration, and a host of other services through the care of archdiocesan staff and volunteers. Ethnic services in a very culturally mixed environment are offered to different groups. Through him the Archdiocese is joined with the pope as universal pastor and with all the bishops of the Church, committed to a life of faith and love and service, to continue Jesus’ mission in the world.
Catholic World News
The mission of CatholicCulture.org is to give faithful Catholics the information, encouragement, and perspective they need to become an active force for renewal in the Church and in society, working to shape an authentically Christian culture in a secular world.
Ho-Chunk, Inc. is the award-winning economic development corporation owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. Established in 1994 in Winnebago, Nebraska with one employee, Ho-Chunk, Inc. has grown to over 1,400 employees with operations in 10 states and 4 foreign countries. Ho-Chunk, Inc. operates 24 subsidiaries in a diverse range of industries including information technology, construction, government contracting, professional services, wholesale distribution, office products and technology, logistics, marketing, media and retail.
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Little Priest Tribal College
LPTC is a chartered entity of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and one of thirty-two Tribal Colleges in the United States. Our mission and philosophy, like that of most Tribal Colleges, mandates that we integrate the culture of native people, specifically the Winnebago people, into our courses and programs. This unique and challenging approach to higher education will enrich your academic, social and personal life in a way that no other college or university can. It is with a deep sense of responsibility and pride that LPTC staff and faculty strive to meet this mandate as well as the dying words of Chief Little Priest in to “…be strong, and educate my children.”
Missionary Benedictine Sisters
The Missionary Benedictine Sisters are an international congregation of the Roman Catholic Church serving in 19 countries throughout the world. The fundamental characteristic of our way of life is seeking God in community. Our common life finds expression in praying and working together, in sharing our goods, both material and spiritual, and in mutual service, support and encouragement.
Nebraska Indian Community College
Omaha Nation Public School
Omaha Tribe of Nebraska
St. Vincent DePaul Parish
St. Vincent de Paul parish family is dedicated to growing in Christ and building God’s kingdom.
The Catholic Voice
The mission of The Catholic Voice, as the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Omaha, is to assist the archbishop by communication, education and evangelization to create an environment in which the Gospel message can be heard, pondered and extended to others. Its mission is to foster Gospel values in our society, to promote the dignity of the human person, the importance of the family and the common good of our society so that all may continue to be transformed by the saving power of Jesus Christ. The Catholic Voice was established July 17, 1903, and published under the title of The True Voice 1903-1973. It is published twice monthly September through May and once each month in June, July and August - 21 issues a year and circulated to 48,000 people.
Winnebago Public Schools
Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, as a sovereign Nation, is committed pursuant to its Constitution, to maintain, improve and protect the Tribe; To preserve its resources and cultural heritage; To create opportunities for its members to thrive and become economically and socially self-sufficient as individuals, families and as a tribal government; and, thereby, promote the harmony of traditional values, beliefs which will ensure a positive course of action for future generations.