Saint Gerald

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Masses and other events are being live-streamed due to the covid-19 pandemic, but you can still join us online!

Mass Times & Sacraments

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

Healing the Whole Person Conference

Coming to St. Gerald April 29 - May 1! Register or get more info at

St. Gerald School

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

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!

Oasis Prayer Gathering

Join us for praise, worship, teaching, testimony and prayer. Receive the deeper rest and renewal that only Jesus can give. Details...

Teachings and Homilies

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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!

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Mass Schedule for Ascension of Jesus

Ascension of Jesus - Holy Day of Obligation

Wednesday, May 12
6:00pm @ 96th & Q

Thursday, May 13
7:00am, 12:15pm and 7:00pm @ 96th & Q

Novena to the Holy Spirit

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. Join for Adoration and begin the Novena to the Holy Spirit, in conjunction with Oasis Prayer Gathering, Wednesday, May 12. The Vigil Mass for the Feast of the Ascension is at 6pm Wednesday. Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration will follow immediately after Mass at approximately 7pm. Stay and pray the first day of the Novena to the Holy Spirit. There will also be praise and worship, and time for silent prayer. This wonderful Novena is actually the oldest Novena in the Church. Though it can be done any time of the year, the traditional time is between Ascension and Pentecost.

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Fr. Foster Golf Tournament

The 24th Annual Fr. William A. Foster Memorial Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, May 15, 2021 at Tara Hills Golf Course. This tournament is for men and women; individuals or foursomes.

Please see the attached flyer for details.

The deadline for reservations is May 1. This tournament is a benefit for the St. Gerald Fr. Foster Endowment Fund. Hope you can join us!

Memorial Day Mass

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. Beginning this year at the Memorial Day Mass, we will be remembering and honoring all the men and women who have died in war in service to our country. If you have a photo of a loved one who died in war, please bring it to the sacristy before Memorial day weekend. These photos will be put on display in the narthex of the church Memorial day weekend through Monday. Also, please call the parish office and give Connie the name and rank (if known) of your deceased loved one. These names will be remembered at the Mass. FYI: the Memorial Day Rose Garden ceremony honoring other deceased family members will now be held on All Souls Day following the 12:15 Mass.

Mass Dispensation to Be Lifted at Pentecost

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. Dear Friends in Christ,
After consulting the Archdiocesan Priests Council, and after conferring with Bishops Conley and Hanefeldt, I am ending the general dispensation from the obligation to participate in Sunday Mass, effective the weekend of Pentecost, May 22-23, 2021, in the Archdiocese of Omaha.

What is a Nazareth Group?

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From Our Pastor - A Future Full Of Hope

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. For I know well the plans I have in mind for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for woe, so as to give you a future full of hope. When you call me, when you go to pray to me, I will listen to you. When you look for me, you will find me. Yes, when you seek me with all your heart, you will find me with you, says the Lord, and I will change your lot; I will gather you together from all the nations and all the places to which I have banished you, says the Lord, and bring you back to the place from which I have exiled you (Jer. 29:11-14).

Written by the prophet Jeremiah, this was God’s love letter to the nation of Israel-a nation in crisis very much like our own nation today. Like our own nation, it was a suffering nation- a nation under siege and in exile, cut off from loved ones, from a country they once knew and cherished, and from all that was close and dear to their hearts. Like many of us, they were a nation whose future was uncertain and they were beginning to lose all hope.

As a contemporary evangelist once said, “we may not know what our future holds, but as believers we do know Who holds our future”. We know that God has a plan for our welfare and not for woe. Let us take time out of our busy days to call on Him and pray to Him. Let us take comfort in knowing that when we look for Him with all our heart we will find Him and He will change our lot. God’s message to Israel is a message for all of us and for all humanity. It is a message of restoration and of hope. God’s promise of restoration, however, is not merely a restoration to “normal”, but something far greater. It is a restoration to a peace and a hope that only God can give us. It is a restoration to a whole new life in and with Christ. A life of profound joy and true freedom. A life that our world and its leaders promise to give us, but fail to deliver time and time again.

My hope and my prayer for all of us is that as we look to the future, let us first look to the present and find that God is with us. And, come hell or high water, that it is in Him and Him alone that we will find a future full of hope.

In Christ our Hope,
Fr. Mark

Should Catholics Receive a Vaccination for COVID-19?

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. Several parishioners are asking what the Church's position is on receiving the current vaccinations. Here are some good articles for your consideration.

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Today's Mass Readings

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St. Gerald Athletics

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Bible Verse of the Day

Daily prayer is essential to our relationship with God. Click here for several resources to help you with contemplative prayer, following a daily bible plan, the rosary, Liturgy of the Hours, and more!

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