A video recording of this weekend’s Mass (Sat/Sun Aug. 8/9) will not be available. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Mass is available to view on television at 10:30 am Sunday on WOWT (Channel 6, Omaha) or you may view a Mass online. The link below has a list of Catholic Churches in our area with livestream broadcasts of Saturday Vigil and Sunday Masses.
To view Mass for Sunday, August 2nd, click on the link below.
A way to serve God and our parish is being on the Parish Council. See the application form below for details. The candidates should be dedicated to the welfare and spirituality of our Parish. All applications must be turned in by Aug 17. If you have any questions, contact Bill Bohan 402-297-0522 or Pat Vaughn 402-980-9086.
Our St. John the Baptist Catholic School Advisory Council is currently working on the next phase of the Strategic Plan. This plan will help guide us for the next five years. If you are interested in serving on a strategic planning pillar committee, please fill out the application below and return to the school office. For more information, or to download an application, please click Here.
Click below to watch Mass for Sunday July 12, 2020.
Click on the link to view Mass for Sunday, June 28, 2020.
Click on the link below to view the video recording of Mass for Sunday, June 21s😉, 2020. 🙏🏻✝️
Despite the challenges affecting the community because of the COVID-19 pandemic, our Parish and school’s annual Spring Dinner fundraiser was still a HUGE SUCCESS. By embracing technology and social media, our Spring Dinner committee was able to find a way to engage with our community, and ultimately raise the needed funds for our church and school.
Because of the amazing support shown by event sponsors, local businesses and families, “The Roaring Twenties” virtual event raised $69,155 (net profit) to support our Parish and school.
This fundraising total far exceeded our expectations. Of the total funds raised, $20,755 will help support this year’s special project — to construct new confessionals, storage space and insulation in the Adoration Chapel.
We are extremely grateful for the overwhelming support and charitable contributions shown by our community during these unprecedented times. Our sincerest thanks to everyone who played an important part in the event’s success!
Click on the link below to watch the video recording of Mass for Sunday, June 7, 2020 — The Most Holy Trinity Sunday.