Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha ( Latin: ) is a Archidioecesis Omahensis particular church of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in the midwestern region of the United States. Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss served as Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese until Archbishop George Joseph Lucas, formerly the head of the Springfield, Illinois diocese, was installed on July 22, 2009. The Archdiocese serves more than 230,010 Catholics in 152 parishes and missions.
History [ edit ]
On January 6, 1857
Pope Pius IX established the Vicariate Apostolic of Nebraska from the Vicariate Apostolic of Indian Territory East of the Rocky Mountains. The Rev. James Myles O'Gorman, O.C.S.O. from New Melleray Monastery near Dubuque, Iowa was named the Apostolic Vicar on January 28, 1859. It lost territory when the [1 ] Vicariate Apostolic of Montana was created in 1883. The vicariate was elevated to a diocese and renamed the Diocese of Omaha by Pope Leo XIII on October 2, 1885 with the Reverend James O'Connor appointed as its first bishop. At the time, the diocese included all of Nebraska and Wyoming. It lost territory on August 2, 1887 when the dioceses of Cheyenne and Lincoln were established. The diocese lost territory two more times to the Diocese of Kearney; in 1912 when it was created and again in 1916. It was elevated to an archdiocese by Pope Pius XII on August 10, 1945. [2 ] [3 ]
Ordinaries [ edit ]
Parishes [ edit ]
Omaha Parishes of the Archdiocese of Omaha [4 ]
Assumption Parish (1894) 5434 S 22nd St.
Blessed Sacrament Parish (1919) 3020 Curtis Ave.
Christ the King Parish (1953) 654 S 86th St.
Holy Cross Parish (1922) 4803 William St.
Holy Family Parish (1876) 1715 Izard St.
Holy Ghost Parish (1918) 5219 S 53rd St.
Holy Name Parish (1917) 2901 Fontenelle Blvd.
Immaculate Conception Parish (1897) 2708 S 24th St.
Mary Our Queen Parish (1963) 3535 S 119th St.
Mother of Perpetual Help Parish (1975)
5215 Seward St.
Church of the Deaf
Our Lady of Fatima Parish
709 S 28th St.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish (1927) 2310 O St.
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish (1917) 2110 S 32nd Ave.
Sacred Heart Parish - Omaha (1890) 2218 Binney St.
St. Adalbert Parish (1916) 2617 S 31st St.
St. Agnes Parish (1889) 2215 Q St.
St. Anthony Parish (1907)
5401 S 33rd St.
St. Benedict of Moor Parish (1919) 2423 Grant St.
St. Bernard Parish (1905) 3601 N 65th St.
St. Bernadette Church
7600 So. 42 Street, Bellevue, NE 68147
St. Bridget Parish (1887)
4112 S 26th St.
St. Cecilia Cathedral (1888) 715 N 40th St.
St. Charles Borromeo (2005) 7790 South 192nd St.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish (1981) 5419 N 114th St.
St. Frances Cabrini Parish (1908)
1334 S 9th St.
St. Francis Assisi Parish
4521 S 32nd St.
St. Gerald Parish (1962) 9602 Q St
Lakeview Chapel - 7859 Lakeview St, Ralston
St. James Parish (1963) 9025 Larimore Ave.
St. Joan of Arc Parish (1955) 3122 S 74th St.
St. John Parish (1897) 2500 California St.
St. John Vianney Parish (1974) 5801 Oak Hills Dr.
St. Joseph Parish (1887)
1723 S 17th St.
St. Leo the Great Parish (1978) 1920 N 102nd St.
St. Margaret Mary Parish (1919) 6116 Dodge St.
St. Mary Parish (1902)
3529 Q St.
St. Mary Parish
2302 Crawford Street
Bellevue, NE 68005
St. Mary Magdalene Parish (1868)
109 S 19th St.
St. Matthew Parish
12210 So. 36 Street
Bellevue, NE 68123
St. Bernadette Church
7600 so. 42 St.
Bellevue, NE 68147
St. Patrick Parish, Elkhorn (1868) 204th & Maple St.
St. Patrick Parish, Omaha (1883) 1404 Castelar St.
St. Peter Parish 709 S 28th St.
St. Philip Neri Parish (1904) 8200 N 30th St.
St. Pius X Parish (1954) 6905 Blondo St.
St. Richard Parish (1963)
4320 Fort St.
St. Robert Bellarmine Parish (1966) 11802 Pacific St.
St. Rose of Lima Parish (1919)
4102 S 13th St.
St. Stanislaus Parish (1919)
4002 J St.
St. Stephen the Martyr Parish (1989) 16701 S St.
St. Therese of the Child Jesus Parish (1918)
2423 Grant St.
St. Thomas More Parish (1958)
4804 Grover St.
St. Vincent de Paul Parish (1991) 14330 Eagle Run Dr.
St. Wenceslaus Parish (1877) 15353 Pacific St.
Sts. Peter and Paul Parish (1917) 5912 S 36th St.
Lithuanian, Croatian, Slovenian, and Hungarian
Omaha Catholic schools [ edit ]
The Omaha Catholic Schools is a school district in and around Omaha which is part of the Archdioses of Omaha. All schools are accredited or approved by the state of Nebraska. The school district is composed of 54 elementary schools, 1 private 4th-8th grade school, 4 corporation high schools, 3 K-12th grade schools, 1 special needs K-12th grade school, and 10 private high schools. Over 20,000 students attand Omaha Catholic Schools each year.
Suffragan sees [ edit ]
Ecclesiastical Province of Omaha
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha
College of Saint Mary
Archbishop Bergan High School, Fremont
Cedar Catholic High School, Hartington
Central Catholic High School, West Point
Creighton Preparatory School, Omaha
Daniel J. Gross Catholic High School, Bellevue
Duchesne Academy, Omaha
Holy Family High School, Lindsay
Marian High School, Omaha
Mercy High School, Omaha
Mount Michael Benedictine Abbey and High School, Omaha
Norfolk Catholic High School, Norfolk
Pope John XXIII Central Catholic High School, Elgin
Roncalli Catholic High School, Omaha
St. Francis High School, Humphrey
St. Mary's High School, O'Neill
St. Peter Claver Cristo Rey Catholic High School, Omaha
Scotus Central Catholic High School, Columbus
V. J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School, Omaha
All Saints Catholic School, Omaha
Coordinates: 41°15′35″N 96°00′30″W / 41.25972°N 96.00833°W