Join Bishop Hanefeldt in praying for the prevention and healing of abuse at the Mass for Healing and Reparation
“However dark things are, goodness always re-emerges…human beings have arisen time after time from situations that seemed doomed. Such is the power of the resurrection, and all who evangelize are instruments of that power.” (The Joy of the Gospel – Pope Francis)
The Child Abuse Prevention Month Calendar offers an idea for welcome, accompaniment, encounter, engagement, healing, protection and prayer for every day of the month.
Each year the Diocesan Child Protection Office enters a tree in the Grand Island Stuhr Museum's Fantasy of Trees Exhibit. Each tree has a right relationship theme to help promote a culture of protection and healing. Decorations from past exhibits are available for display in your parish or school! Check out the trees above and Contact the Diocesan Child Protection office for more information. cpo@gidiocese
November 24, 2017 - January 2, 2018
Ornaments made from recycled materials - click here to see how they were made!
Uniquely and Specially Created Ornament Instructions
Small Beaded Ornament Large Beaded Ornament Tube Art Snowflake God Made Me Ornament / Labels
Created in God's Image Ornament / Labels Rhinestone ornament
The Golden Rule - Spanish Bookmark
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Help your children grow an attitude of gratitude. Gratitude is not only a virtue and an integral part of our lives as Eucharistic people, scientific research suggests that maintaining an attitude of gratitude contributes to health and happiness. For more resources on fostering an attitude of gratitude in your family, check out the following resources: