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Catholic Evangelization Tool at your Fingertips! 

We are pleased to offer you an incredible opportunity! Through the kindness of some of our members we can offer you a tool called Formed. Formed is a website that provides essential resources parishioners need to understand, live, and share the Catholic Faith. 24/7 unlimited online access to transformative video-based study programs, audio presentations, movies, and eBooks. It is FREE and EASY to register. Visit Formed.org and click on “register.” Enter our Parish access code (call the office to get the code). Enter your email and create a password. Sign up and start now!!


Parish Directory

The final proof of our 2017 parish directory has been sent to the printer so we hope to soon have copies for our parishioners. We will let you know when they FINALLY arrive!!!


Saint Cecilia 1st Annual Trivia Night

January 13, 2018  7:00 to 10:00 pm

School Cafeteria (doors open @ 6:00 pm)

$25 per person (2 drink tickets included)

Teams of 8 (21 and older only)

Prize for Best Decorated Table

BYO Snacks/food.

Beer, Wine and Margaritas available for purchase   

This event is sponsored by Saint Cecilia Home and School Association. All proceeds benefit the Grade School.

Register by January 5, 2018.

Register online here



 Parish Breakfast

The Knights of Columbus is sponsoring a parish breakfast on January 14  from 8:15 am to 11:00 am. Please join us for mini quiche, fruit, muffins, scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage and bacon. Most importantly catch up with old friends and meet new friends! Adults: $7, Children: $4. Family maximum: $28.


Santo Nino Mass and Fiesta 

This beautiful celebration will be held in the Cathedral on Sunday, January 21, at 11:30 am Mass. Santo Niño de Cebu commemorates the statue of infant Jesus which was brought to the island Cebu. It is the oldest Christian image in the Philippines. Drums and whistles make music within the Cathedral as women dance in colorful, traditional clothing, while raising a statue of infant Jesus. The Mass and banquet are held on the third Sunday of every January at Saint Cecilia. People come from the Omaha area as well as from around the country. It is a joy to behold and participate in!



January Senior Adult Luncheon


All adult parishioners and friends of Saint Cecilia Parish are invited to the January 24 luncheon and program. This month, we will meet at the Saint Cecilia Parish Center Dining room. The program, “100 Years of Fontenelle”, will begin at Noon followed by the luncheon. Blood pressure screenings at 11:30 am. Reservations are required.  Please call or email before 5 pm on Monday, January 22nd to Lauren Bopp 402-553-7163 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. No charge, but free-will donations are accepted.



Cathedral Flower Festival

 The 33rd annual Cathedral Flower Festival celebrates our Cathedral architect Thomas Rogers Kimball and Saint Cecilia Cathedral. Mark your calendar for Saturday and Sunday, January 27/28.


Concert: I THE SIREN

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 7:00 pm

No cost. Free will offerings accepted.


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The only ensemble of its kind, I the Siren continues to redefine chamber music performance art. Its evocative name is inspired by the alluring mythological creatures, with each Siren member channeling their mythical, alluring, and irresistible sound. The collective brings a depth of experience, enabling an explorative musical style, and the forging of a new career model.


Only a handful of compositions exist for our unique ensemble, and as a result, the collaborative actively records, arranges and commissions repertoire. Most recently, the trio premiered a set of three songs by New York based composer Martin Hennessy, juxtaposed with an arrangement of Zwei Gesänge, Op. 91 by Johannes Brahms (mezzosoprano, English horn and piano). Others premieres include, Anthony D’Onofrio’s Postcards, featuring poems of Nebraska poet-laureate, Ted Kooser, and Jodi Goble’s Eurydice (by H.D.) at Iowa State University.



Our focus on sacred music includes musical bookends: the work of J.S. Bach, and Johann David Heinichen with to the modern-day compositional work of Alyssa Morris, Assistant Professor of Oboe at Kansas Sate University. Her work Chrysalis, follows the life cycle of a caterpillar, paralleling the spiritual joinery of an individual, spiritual death and affliction, closing with the praise-filled hymn Lasst uns erfreuen, by Friedrich Spee, 1623.



Please contact the parish office if you have a change of address or phone number,

get married, have a child, or are leaving the parish.


Thank you for helping us keep our database accurate. Office number: 402-551-2313.