Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s fraternal organization that was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare and service to Church, country and fellow man.
St. Bonaventure Council #938
Ladies of the Lord
Catholic women calling each other to holiness through faith, prayer, service, community and evangelization.
The Ladies of the Lord Women’s Organization includes all ladies of the parish that belong to various neighborhood circles and are invited to volunteer or respond to various parish needs and functions such as those listed below. An updated leader list is coming, or contact the rectory at 402-564-7151. Call to volunteer to help with any circle functions or if you have any ideas to help build our parish community.
- Welcome Weekend for new parishioners
- Monthly Meeting Hostess
- Provide Desserts/Salads for Funeral Lunches
- Parish Mailings
- Bulletin Stuffers
- Circle Leadership
- Core Leadership
- Bible Study
- Parish Festival
- World Marriage Day
- Bake Sales
- Garden Tour
- Prayer Group
- Christmas Gathering Activities
- Night of Entertainment
- Major Cleaning Projects
- Charitable Activities
We are called…to be light for the Kingdom,
We are called…to live in the freedom of the City of God,
We are called…to be hope for the hopeless,
We are called…to act with justice,
We are called…to love tenderly
We are called…to serve one another,
We are called…to walk humbly with God!
Call the rectory with questions – 402-564-7151.
Catholic Daughters of Americas (CDA)
Catholic Daughters of the Americas engage in creative and spiritual programs which provide its members with the opportunity to develop their faith in meaningful ways. The CDA strives to embrace the principal of faith through love in the promotion of: justice, equality, the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all. Under the patronage of the Blessed Mother, its members are united by their faith in Jesus Christ, in their devotion to the church and the Holy See.
For young men ages 11 to 17, the mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young men to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law that stay with them throughout their lives.
Through participation in bi-weekly den meetings, monthly pack meetings, and bi-monthly outings, 1st – 5th grade boys play games, build crafts, earn advancement, camp, learn respect and strive to “Do Your Best.”
Parish Prayer Line
When parishioners request special prayers, their intentions are passed to dozens of people via the Parish Prayer Line. This is an effective way to intercede for important prayer intentions. New intercessors are always welcomed.
Dorothy Bialas, 402-564-9186