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6401 Sorensen Pkwy
Omaha, NE 68152
Monday - Friday
8:10 am - 3:15 pm
At Roncalli Catholic we understand that as they mature, students may experience conflicts in their relationships with Jesus Christ, with parents, with faculty, with peers, or with significant others. As a Catholic high school, we recognize that this is part of growing up and that Christ desires us to walk with our students as they grapple with daily challenges. Our dedicated staff members have an open, are always ready to listen, and are willing to provide guidance to help each student discover Christ walking with them in the midst of their struggle. A student can meet one-on-one with Fr. Matt to discuss any of his or her struggles or concerns. Our chaplain is always available to journey with each student along the spiritual path that God has called him or her. Please note that in accordance with state law, things discussed in spiritual counseling will remain confidential.
Roncalli campus ministry believes in the gospel of Life. We promote the culture of life from conception to natural death. Our Pro-Life committee raises fund to support the pro-life culture in our campus and our nation. Our students attend the Annual March for Life in Washington DC. For more information, contact Fr. Matt at email@example.com.
Roncalli Catholic High School students are required to complete a Christian Service Assessment each year. The purpose of this is to help students develop the habit of serving those in need, in imitation of Christ. Please contact Mr. Tim Mueting at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are also initiating a new program called “Peer Ministry” beginning the Spring 2013 Semester. Peer Ministers are students who help other students. We need twelve students, three from each class, to be trained as peer ministers during the fall semester. More information will be provided soon.
The Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC) are Catholic students who have been selected by the faculty, and approved by the campus ministry team for the distribution of Holy Communion at school Masses. To be an EMHC, a Student must be a practicing catholic in good standing, must have good moral character and exemplifies the teachings of the Catholic Church and the values of Roncalli Catholic High School. The Student must be confirmed, and must be a junior or senior to attend the EMHC training and be mandated by the Archbishop of Omaha. For more information on how to become an EMHC please contact any member of the campus ministry team.
Usually on the Wednesday before graduation there is a Senior Breakfast at which the Seniors are inducted into the Alumni Association. Campus Ministry presents the graduating seniors with a key ring that is unique to Roncalli.