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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School Advisory Board Minutes – September 2017

St. Stephen the Martyr Board of Education Minutes Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 GPC Conference Room Attendance: Fr. David Belt, Mary Maguire, Dr. Roseanne Williby, Amie Konwinski, John Kalkowski, Todd Hartz, Stephanie Tupper, Patrick Cooley, Jen Carda, Dawn Stock Absent: None Opening Prayer: Fr. David Belt Standing items: Approval of Minutes: August 2017 minutes approved Approval…

Pastor’s Connection – November 16, 2017

“Yes, everything is for your sake, so that grace, as it extends to more and more people, may increase thanksgiving, to the glory of God.” –  2Co 4:15   Dear St. Stephen Parishioners,   I join with you as we approach the Thanksgiving Holiday in quiet prayer discerning the many gifts that God has given…

Pastor’s Connection – November 9, 2017

Dear Saint Stephen Parish, Last weekend was Commitment Weekend for our parish stewardship renewal process. I spoke at all of the Masses on Sunday, to share with you my vision of stewardship, to communicate a few points about our current financial situation, and to share the news about a new “building project.” For me, stewardship…