Ralston, NE

We are a Catholic faith community devoted to becoming a dynamic center of worship. We challenge ourselves to lead lives patterned after Jesus. With gratitude we share our faith, talents, gifts and resources so that more people experience God's love.

Looking for opportunites to be a part of our mission? Explore what God may have in store for you!

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Mass Times & Sacraments

Join us for daily or weekend masses. You will also find reconciliation times, baptism and marriage information and more!

St. Gerald School

Come find out what our parents already know... learn more about our wonderful school!

Teachings and Homilies

Hear the Good News! Feed your soul with multimedia learning resources.

Weekly Bulletin

Your number one source for news and events. Read the bulletin every week and learn about all we have going on at St. Gerald!

News and Information

Highlights of upcoming events, special mass times, announcements and more!

Called & Gifted Workshop

pdf God calls each of us to a unique purpose in life and through our Baptism and Confirmation we have received gifts special to each of us.

The Called & Gifted Workshop will help you discern your charisms (spiritual gifts) and begin to discern God's call for your life. God intends for His love to reach others and we are His instruments. Come and discover the gifts within you!

Called & Gifted Workshop at St. Gerald Catholic Church
Saturday, May 12 - 9am - 5pm
For more information, click on the attached flyer or contact Deb True,

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Encountering Jesus: A Lenten Retreat

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. "Come Away By Yourselves to a Deserted Place and Rest Awhile"
- Mk. 6:31

The retreat was held at the Lakeview Chapel following the 8:15 am Mass from 9:00 to 10:30 am. If you missed the opportunity to join Fr. Mark and learn more about prayer and the interior life, you can click the links above to view the video recordings and have a deeper encounter with Jesus.

Knights of Columbus Fish Dinners

Fridays of Lent
Fr. Larry Dorsey Fellowship Hall, 96th & Q
Adults $9 Seniors (60+) $8
Children (under 10) $6
Mac & Cheese Dinner $5
2 Slices Pizza Dinner $5
Single Slice Pizza Only $2
All Drive Thru and Carry Out $9

Menu includes:
Baked Cod, Mac & Cheese, Potatoes (baked or wedges), Cole Slaw & Drink
New Menu Choices This Year:
3 scoops Mac & Cheese + wedges dinner
2 slices of Cheese Pizza + wedges dinner.
Single slice of Pizza will still be available as well as Beer for purchase. Desserts available for purchase to support parish organizations


Confessions: Monday, March 26: 7-8:30pm at 96th & Q
Tuesday, March 27: 7-8:30pm at 96th & Q
Wednesday, March 28: 7-8:30pm at Lakeview
Saturdays, 3-4:30pm at 96th & Q
Both priests will be available for all time slots, including Saturdays of Lent.

Perpetual Adoration

Click on image to pop up a full sized version of this image. SIGN UP FOR ADORATION

Please consider committing to 1 hour of Adoration / week. You can go to the link above & click weekly commitment if you'd like to commit to an hour of prayer weekly. This web application allows scheduled adorers to find a subs very easily. If you cannot be an adorer at the time, then please sign up to be a sub using the link above.


Article Suggestions from Father Mark

New Year's Resolutions from St. Padre Pio
Click here to read this article.

Mass is a time of silence and prayer, not idle chitchat, pope says
Mass is the highest form of prayer and not an appropriate moment for small talk, Pope Francis said. At church, Catholics should spend their time in silence before Mass, preparing "to meet with Jesus" instead of engaging in "chitchat," the pope said Nov. 15 during his weekly general audience.

Click here to read the entire article.

Why So Many Have Stopped Going to Church
"This is the story of four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was asked to do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody’s job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it. Consequently, it wound up that Nobody told Anybody, so Everybody blamed Somebody."

Click here to read the entire article.

The scary truth about what’s hurting our kids
CNN recently interviewed Dr. Jean Twenge, author of iGen and her interview worried me – because I saw the truth that I would be facing in just a few short years. Dr. Twenge started doing research 25 years ago on generational differences, but when 2011 -2012 hit, she saw something that would scare her to the core. This is the year when those having iPhones went over the 50% mark.

Click here to read the entire article.
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Today's Mass Readings

Visit the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website and read today's mass readings, or listen to the readings by clicking on the play button below.

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Parish Calendar

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Help Our Parish Educate

By purchasing gift certificates to various local vendors at no additional cost to you, you support our educational programs including 5 Day School, Family Formation, Youth Ministry, Adult Education, and the Parish Library. Click here to reserve your HOPE certificates online now.
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St. Gerald Athletics

Visit our sports website for information on St. Gerald athletic programs and events.

Bible Verse of the Day

Looking to spend some more time with scripture? Follow a daily bible plan and read the entire bible in one year!

Update Your Information

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