ST. GERALD

CATHOLIC CHURCH

Mass Times & Sacraments

Join us for daily or weekend masses. You will also find reconciliation times, baptism and marriage information and more!

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News and Information

Highlights of upcoming events, special mass times, announcements and more!

Weekly Bulletin

Your number one source for news and events. Read the bulletin every week and learn about all we have going on at St. Gerald!

Teachings and Homilies

Hear the Good News! Feed your soul with multimedia learning resources.

St. Gerald School

Come find out what our parents already know... learn more about our wonderful school!

Alpha

The Alpha culture has the potential to transform lives and take our parish from maintenance to mission. Come and see!

Online Giving

Make your one-time or recurring donation using your debit or credit card, checking, or savings account.

Fr. Mark's School of Prayer

Following the 8:15 mass the first Saturday of each month at the Lakeview Chapel. Please bring a journal and pen.

Led by the Holy Spirit, we are a Catholic community of faith whose primary purpose is to know Jesus, to love Him, and to serve Him in serving others. Sent to make disciples, we invite and welcome everyone to come and share our Master's joy.

Looking for opportunites to be a part of our mission? Explore what God may have in store for you!

St. Gerald Lenten Mission - March 17-20, 2019

Did you miss part or all of our parish mission? It is not too late! Watch the playlist of talks in which Deacon Ralph Poyo shared engaging content meant to help transform our lives and our parish. He is the founder of New Evangelization Ministries. Deacon Ralph travels the country preaching parish missions, training leaders, and is passionate about bringing people and churches into closer relationship with the Lord!

Communications Moving to Flocknote

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. We have a lot of amazing things going on here at St. Gerald. And we have many ministries and events to help you Encounter Jesus, Make Disciples and Transform Lives. We want to make sure it's as easy as possible for every parishioner to be involved and connected to it all.

St. Gerald is moving to a new and improved way of communicating that will make it much simpler for you to get the information you want from us! It’s powered by a service called Flocknote. This is all totally free for you to use. Take a couple minutes to sign up and Flocknote lets you receive email and/or text messages from only the groups and ministries that you choose.

NOTE: If you are signed up to receive our eNewsletters, your email will be transferred to Flocknote. Phone numbers will not transfer, so you will need to set up text message preferences. If you have questions, contact Kelly O'Donnell at the Parish Office.

Parish Coordinator Position

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. St. Gerald is currently accepting applications for a new Parish Coordinator. Click below to find our more details regarding this exciting position.

For more information or to submit a resume, contact Tim Hancock at 402-331-1955 or hancock@stgerald.org

Parish Coodinator Job Description

ArchOmaha UNITE

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. See Cross and Light!

Your day-long ArchOmaha Unite experience comes to an end with Cross & Light - a critically acclaimed musical and multi-sensory video experience of Christ’s Passion, Resurrection, and the coming of the Holy Spirit. Over 100,000 people have attended a Cross & Light performance, from Detroit to Australia!

Register for FREE at unite.ArchOmaha.org and save your seat for Cross & Light, plus Pentecost Vigil Mass with Archbishop Lucas, Catholic comedian Jim Gaffigan, Adoration, reconciliation and multimedia presentations for all ages.

Register TODAY

Fasting for Freedom: A Parish-Wide Lenten Fast

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. The word “Lent” means “springtime”. Lent is all about getting our hearts and minds ready (a “spiritual spring cleaning”) so that we might experience the fullness of our baptism, which is the joy and freedom of a new “spiritual” springtime won for us by the death and resurrection of Jesus.

As disciples of Christ, our Lord and His Church have given us the very tools that will dispose us to receive such a joy and freedom, and that is through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving (stewardship).

Scripture tells us that this freedom is an “interior” freedom. Knowing God’s love for us personally, liberates us from the very shackles of sin and its deadly effects, such as anxiety and fear. It is a freedom, given to us through the gift of the Holy Spirit, that then enables us to experience a true and lasting joy and peace, even in the midst of our greatest sufferings (Phil. 4:4).

If you and your family would like to know this freedom more fully, then please join us by simply signing up for one day of fasting during this Lenten season. The type of fast will be entirely up to you. Maybe it’s a strict fast of just bread and water or water alone. Or maybe, along with water, it is having only one meal for a day, known as an intermittent fast. All this of course must be combined with a time (30 minutes to an hour) alone with our Lord in prayer, possibly before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. All this is left entirely up to your own discernment. Thank you for giving this your prayerful consideration. And may the good Lord, through our prayer and Lenten sacrifices united with His most holy Sacrifice on our altars at Mass, grant our entire parish the transformation and freedom He so deeply desires to give to each of us.

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Alpha Food Donations

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. One of the integral parts of each Alpha session is a shared meal of all the guests and Alpha team members. Food donations by our Alpha alumni and parishioners help to defray the costs of each meal for the 12 weeks.

Weekly emails sent through Sign-up Genius allow you to see what food items are needed for that week. Food donations can be brought to the Fellowship Hall when you come to church that weekend, or dropped off on Sunday afternoon by 4:15 PM.

If you are interested in donating food or have any questions, please contact Jean Thompson at stgeraldalpha@gmail.com or 402-331-7524.

Please prayerfully consider answering the call of discipleship for the upcoming Alpha session.

Article Suggestions from Father Mark


Perpetual Adoration

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. Please consider committing to 1 hour of Adoration / week. You can go to the link above & click weekly commitment if you'd like to commit to an hour of prayer weekly. This web application allows scheduled adorers to find a subs very easily. If you cannot be an adorer at the time, then please sign up to be a sub using the link above.

SIGN UP FOR ADORATION

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Today's Mass Readings

Visit the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website and read today's mass readings, or listen to the readings by clicking on the play button below.

Parish Calendar

Click here for a calendar of upcoming events.

Help Our Parish Educate

By purchasing gift certificates to various local vendors at no additional cost to you, you support our educational programs including 5 Day School, Family Formation, Youth Ministry, Adult Education, and the Parish Library. Click here to reserve your HOPE certificates online now.

St. Gerald Athletics

Visit our sports website for information on St. Gerald athletic programs and events.

Bible Verse of the Day


Looking to spend some more time with scripture? Follow a daily bible plan and read the entire bible in one year!

Update Your Information

The parish office maintains information on our registered parishioners. Please take a moment to submit your information so we can update our records. If you are not yet registered at St. Gerald, you are invited to register now.