Other Parish Programs
Cathedral Classics brings 60+ year-old parishioners
together in an active atmosphere of participation in the life of the parish
and faith enrichment. Classics build community and offer friendship,
education and spirituality. We represent to the parish: gifts of wisdom
through life experiences lived in faith, hope through hard times lived in
fortitude, generosity of loving and giving even in sacrifice. Meetings are
held the first Friday of each month at the Pantry restaurant after the 7:30
AM Mass. Coffee and rolls are served. Members take turns helping with
refreshments. Contact: Paul Keating, 402.730.3459.
Cathedral Tours are available upon request. A guided
tour includes information on the history of the parish and the physical
structure–windows, mosaics, statues, etc. Guests are also invited to view
the Bishop’s Chapel, sacristy and choir loft. Contact: Church Office,
Greeter Ministry serves as a living expression of God's
kindness. We offer a kind welcome to those entering the Cathedral to
worship. Individuals, couples and families are encouraged to participate in
this ministry. Contact: Shirley Ficke, 402.488.4430.
Offertory Gifts: Couples and families have an
opportunity to participate in the Mass in a special way by carrying the
gifts of bread, wine and water to the Altar at Offertory. Contact: Church Office,
Cathedral Council is a consultative and collaborative body
designed to assist the pastor in making decisions regarding both spiritual
and temporal matters. It is made up of nine elected members and two
appointed trustees. A synopsis of the proceedings from the monthly meetings
is published in the bulletin. Contact: Msgr. Tucker, 402.488.0948.
Ushers welcome individuals to Cathedral, assist with
seating, assign a family or couple to take up the gifts, hand out bulletins,
straighten the church following Masses, and other duties as needed,
including special celebrations by the Bishop. There are monthly assignments.
Contact: Cathedral office 402.488-0948.
This page last updated: 05-26-2015
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