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St. Stephen the Martyr Church

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Address
16701 S St
Omaha, NE 68135
USA
Phone
402-896-9675
Website
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Father
David Belt

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 5:00 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am

Sunday: 9:00 am

Sunday: 10:30 am

Sunday: 12:00 pm

Sunday: 6:00 pm

Weekday

Monday: 6:30 am

Monday: 8:15 am

Tuesday: 6:30 am

Tuesday: 8:15 am

Wednesday: 6:30 am

Wednesday: 8:15 am

Thursday: 6:30 am

Thursday: 8:15 am

Friday: 6:30 am

Friday: 8:15 am

Saturday: 8:00 am

Confession

Saturday: 3:30 pm

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About St. Stephen the Martyr Church - Omaha, NE

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Welcome to St. Stephen the Martyr

St. Stephen the Martyr was established as a parish on June 13, 1989. The Church was dedicated on November 22, 1991 by Archbishop Daniel E. Sheehan. The parish now has over 3,000 families with 13,000+ individuals.

You Did It for Me



English Version
Fatuma Ali Sali is a mother of eight who is facing the worst drought in 50 years in Ethiopia. She is one of nearly half a million people participating in a CRS project to help ride out the drought. The project helps people use new practices and technologies to counter the devastating effects of higher temperatures, prolonged drought and soil erosion.

Learn more at: crs.org/you-did-it-for-me


Spanish Version
Fatuma Ali Sali es una madre de ocho hijos que se enfrenta a la peor sequía en 50 años en Etiopía. Ella es una de los casi medio millón de personas que participan en un proyecto de CRS para ayudar a sobrellevar la sequía. El proyecto ayuda a las personas a utilizar nuevas prácticas y tecnologías para contrarrestar los efectos devastadores de las temperaturas más altas, la prolongada sequía y la erosión del suelo.

Para obtener más información visite: crs.org/you-did-it-for-me (en inglés).