Marian Through the Eyes of the Monahans

By J1 Reporter Bridget McGill There have been many legacies at Marian High School throughout the years. However, the Monahan family legacy may be one of the longest there is. With 22 Marian girls in 50 years, the daughters and granddaughters of Dick and JoAnn Monahan have been attending Marian since 1971. Karen (Monahan) O’Connor […]

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Meet Mater Dei: our neighbors across the street

LilyWeindel Located on 78th and Military Ave., Mary Immaculate Church has been a presence in our neighborhood since 1989. The parish includes both Mater Dei Seminary and Mater Dei Academy. Before its arrival in Omaha, the parish was originally located in Spokane, Washington. The parish is a traditional Catholic church, operating under the Religious Congregation […]

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NCYC inspires youth across the nation

LilyWeindel The Lucas Oil Stadium was filled the weekend of Nov. 23, but not with  concert goers or excited football fans waiting for the Indianapolis Colts. Instead, it was filled with 20,000 young people and their adult chaperones and youth ministers for the National Catholic Youth Conference. This event is held every two years during […]

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Marian girls’ experience at ArchOmaha Unite

MaggieMantini On June 8, 2019, what Omaha Archbishop George Lucas referred to as a ‘once-in-a-generation event’ took place. Catholics from all around the city of Omaha gathered at the CHI Health Center for a day of celebration, music, prayer, and even a little bit of humor.  Many Omaha teens, including Marian’s own junior Katie Corpuz […]

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Students speak out about their non Catholic views

By J1 Reporter: Nyayian Biel “Being in a Catholic school has made me less inclined to come back to my faith,” junior Anna Methe said. “Maybe it’s because now I am the outsider looking in, but I feel more free and less restricted.” To many people, living in the bubble of religion is exasperating, as […]

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