Welcome to St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church. St. Stephen the Martyr was established as a parish on June 13, 1989 in Omaha, Nebraska. The Church building was dedicated on November 22, 1991 by Archbishop Daniel E. Sheehan. The parish now has over 3500 familes with 13,000+ individuals.

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Bits & Pieces – May 20, 2016

Bits & Pieces May 20, 2016       Today’s Catholic Voice, May 20 Issue The six new priests to be ordained on June 4 have a little “biography” in today’s issue.   Ordination and First Mass of Fr. Letak While still a deacon for the time being, Tobias will assist at the 12:00 noon…

Bits & Pieces – May 15, 2016

Bits & Pieces May  15, 2016   Funeral Luncheon One of the most important services of our SSM parish is our outreach to grieving families as they gather for lunch after a funeral/burial. For the past few years, Mary Gracey has headed up this ministry; she is now ready to “pass the torch” to someone…

Bits & Pieces – May 7, 2016

Bits & Pieces May 7, 2016   Mother’s Day May Jesus, Mary and Joseph embrace all mothers today—whether near or far, living or deceased! We love you, we thank you, we pray for you!   Susan Clark & Family—Congratulations! Every year the Omaha Council of Catholic Women hosts a special luncheon to honor various women…