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Archbishop of Omaha
Archbishop of Omaha
January 7th, 2018
21 mins 12 secs
catholic, immigration, justice, mercy
January 7-13, 2018 is the USCCB's National Migration Week. In this first episode of the new year, Archbishop Lucas and Fr. Scott Hastings discuss what it means for Catholics to welcome, understand, and accompany the immigrants and refugees living in our communities.
December 1st, 2017
9 mins 20 secs
advent, catholic, christmas, faith
Preparing for Christmas often feels more like a project than anything else. The challenge to our faith during this season is to think about what God has done and is doing. We remember that we’re saved because of God’s project, God’s work, God’s action in our lives, and not by our own efforts.
November 27th, 2017
17 mins 50 secs
catholic, faith, pilgrimage
Santiago de Compostela.
Archbishop Lucas offers reflections on his recent pilgrimage to several holy places in Europe, and how such a journey illuminates the earthly journey each of us must make.
October 25th, 2017
25 mins 27 secs
evangelization, jesus, mission
Evangelization. Though we hear the word a lot, we often don’t have a clear grasp of its meaning.
In this episode, Archbishop Lucas is joined by Jim Jansen, director of the Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, to talk about the challenges we face in announcing the Good News.
October 4th, 2017
23 mins 49 secs
evangelization, jesus, mission, vocation
"The Father didn't send us a book of rules... but a Person." In this episode, Archbishop Lucas unpacks 'encountering Jesus' as the foundation of the life of the Church.
September 13th, 2017
17 mins 21 secs
immigration, omaha, pope francis, refugees
Not since WWII have so many people been displaced from their homelands. Archbishop Lucas responds to Pope Francis' invitation for bishops and all of the faithful to draw close to those in our communities who have arrived as strangers seeking the same things we all seek.
August 31st, 2017
34 mins 36 secs
christ, justice, prayer, racism
So often it seems we’re looking across a divide; the devil is at work tempting us to think that the divide is good. Whether the divide is racial or political, we’re tempted to think that that person is bad and not worthy of our respect. Racism is a sin that damages the human family.