Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time
September 26, 2021
Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time
September 19, 2021
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 12, 2021
Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time
September 5, 2021
GENERAL PARISH INFO
LOCATION & MAPS
Saturday – 6:00pm
Sunday – 7:00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00am
Our Address: 1101 Isaac Drive
Lincoln, Nebraska 68521
Parish Phone: (402) 476-8088
North American Martyrs Church and School are located in the Highlands Subdivision of northwest Lincoln, NE
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GIFT is an important fundraising event scheduled for Friday, October 21, 2022 at North American Martyrs Church.
The North American Martyrs Craft Fair will be Saturday, October 2nd from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Over 40 home party vendors and crafters, plus pumpkins and gourds for sale! Doors will open at 9:00 am with fresh cinnamon rolls and coffee. The traditional chicken salad and egg salad luncheon will be available as well as egg rolls. Included in the day will be a raffle for items donated by the crafters and vendors.
The Craft Fair is in need of work shift volunteers. If you would like to work in the kitchen, collect money, work the bake sale, sell raffle tickets, help with clean up please go tohttps://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C084DA4A8283-craft1 If you would like to donate food for the lunch or donate baked goods for the bake sale, please go to https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C084DA4A8283-craft or call the Parish Office for more information. Thank you for your participation and support of the vendors and this parish function!
Jesus is asking each and every one of us: “What are you looking for?” As the disciples respond in John 1:38, so we as disciples say, “Teacher, where are you staying?” This verse expresses our ultimate desire to stay with, to know deeply, to encounter the one true God. For “this is Eternal Life, that they know You, the one true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” To anyone, Catholic or Non-Catholic alike, looking for a deeper understanding of the Faith—which is the beginning of Eternal Life—please Come and See us for nights of discipleship, fellowship, and scholarship as we journey through the Sacred Scriptures and Catechism of the Catholic Church in adult faith formation. We meet on Thursdays at 6:30 pm and we welcome you for any or all of the classes. Babysitting is offered for children ages 2 and up. These evenings will also serve as RCIA for those interested in joining the Catholic Church this Easter. If someone you know is considering this in their heart, please kindly invite them as well to Come and See. Please call or email the Parish Office to register.
North American Martyrs Church is located in the Highlands area of Lincoln, near the Highlands Golf Course. The Church is open during daylight hours for prayer and visitation. Please feel free to visit our Adoration Chapel and to participate in our sacramental life. Eucharistic Adoration is currently offered in our Chapel from 7 am – 9 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Mass Schedule: Saturday 6 pm; Sunday 7 am, 8 am, 9:30 am & 11 am. Weekdays 6:40 am & 8 am and Saturday at 9 am.
Mass is live streamed Monday—Friday at 6:40 am and at 6:00 pm on Saturdays on Facebook (group is North American Martyrs Church) and is posted on our website on Sundays.
Confessions are offered Saturday: 5:00—5:40 pm, after the Saturday 6:00 pm Mass until finished, 15 minutes before each weekday Mass, and on Sundays from 9-9:30 am.
…If you are new to our parish, we look forward to meeting you. Please call the Parish Office at 402-476-8088 for registration information.
...If you would like information on receiving the Sacraments, including baptism and marriage, please call the Parish Office.
…We ask that you to notify us if you are moving from the Parish or have a change of address or phone number.
…If you have not been active in the practice of the Catholic Faith, we encourage you to return. If you would like to speak with someone on staff, please do not hesitate to contact us. RCIA is designed specifically for you!
…If you are not Catholic, you can learn about the Catholic Faith in our RCIA Classes. Call the Parish Office for more information.
…If a previous marriage has kept you from receiving the Sacraments, we invite you to contact a priest.
…If you cannot come to Church because of an illness, please be sure that we are notified so that we might minister to you. We can also add you to our prayer list or the First Friday Communion list. If hospitalized, please tell the hospital staff that you are Catholic and the hospital chaplain will minister to you.
Fr. Brian Connor, Fr. Luke Fleck and Fr. Joseph Wahlmeier at 402-476-8088.
Father Brian Connor
Father Joseph Wahlmeier
Sister Janelle Buettner, M.S.