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Totus Tuus

March 19, 2020

We are committed to the health and safety of our missionaries and the experience we hope to provide for parishes. Given the nature of Totus Tuus and the many interactions the teams have with individuals and families within your parish, we have determined that it is most prudent to discontinue plans for Totus Tuus this summer. We can’t risk the possibility that our teams could contract the virus and the impact that could have on hundreds of people in parishes across the Archdiocese.

Although it seems early to make this decision, we did not want to hesitate too long out of fairness to our teams and parishes. We recognize the time it may require to make adjustments to summer plans. Please know this decision was not made lightly and I share your disappointment with news of this kind.

I am praying for an outpouring of trust in the Father’s providential care for us during these days and in the weeks and months to come. 

St. Joseph, Pray for us!

Katie Winkler
Coordinator of College Apostolates
 
Katie.Winkler@JPiiOmaha.org
402.557.5575 ext. 3036

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Stewardship

“All tithes of the land, whether in grain from the field or in fruit from the trees, belong to the Lord, as sacred to Him.” Leviticus 27:30

St. Rose of Lima parish is dependent upon the generosity and willingness of parishioners and friends to give their “first fruits,” their time, talent and treasure, for the missions and ministries of the parishes and the Church in a universal sense.

Of course, the basis of good parish stewardship always begins with regular Sunday giving and utilizing the parish giving envelopes. However, there are ample ways and opportunities in our parish and for our school, for parishioners to support and assist in parish work. These pages explore a few of these rewarding opportunities. For more information on estate planning and memorial giving, contact Fr. James Keiter at 402-357-3506 or Mrs. Jennifer Fiscus at St. Rose School at 402-388-4393.

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