Social and Service Groups
Campus Grounds, Plants, and Gardens
Kathy Dietsch / 402-553-5733 (Campus Plants)
Amy Campagna / 402-468-5263 (Rose Luebbert Garden)
Do you have a green-thumb? Or just enjoy getting your hands dirty? This year-round group is committed to improving and maintaining the exterior appearance of the Saint Cecilia campus grounds. Activities include planting, watering, and weeding the many plants and flower gardens during the spring and summer months, as well as raking, pruning, and clean-up as needed.
Lauren Bopp / 402-553-7163
Adults of all ages, newcomers and long-time parishioners, gather for lunch, conversation, and an activity. Sponsored by Senior Adult Ministry, the club isn't just for seniors, but if you think you can keep up with us, you are welcome to join us on the 4th Wednesday of the month, following the 11:15 am Mass. Occasionally, we meet with adults from other parishes for field trips, retreats, and indoor picnics.
Nancy Mulhall / 402-554-0835
The initial purpose of this group was to help decorate the Cathedral for the various liturgical seasons and has now branched out to provide resources and support for other annyal events held throughout the campus. The majority of the volunteers, both parishioner and non-parishioner, have had no training but become very adept at flower arranging. The door is ALWAYS open to anyone interested in exploring a new and lovely way to pay homage to Our Lord.
That Man is You
Tom Adams / 402-551-4855
This interactive men's program combines the best research from science with the teachings of the Catholic faith and the wisdom of the Saints to develop the vision of a man fully alive. It provides formation for the leadership role that has been entrusted to men and addresses the temptations and struggles men face in a culture that attacks the command of God in our lives. Meetings are held Monday evenings at 7:00 pm in the Parish Center.
Denise Saniuk – Guild President / 402-558-0764
Ellen Ehlers / 402-558-3448
The mission of the Women’s Guild is to encourage spirituality, community and friendship among the women of Saint Cecilia Parish and to identify and work towards providing some the material needs of the parish. Our vision is to bring the women of Saint Cecilia Parish together outside of the celebration of the Mass and enable them to live out and grow in their faith through fellowship with each other. Within the Guild are groups called Circles:
- St. Bernadette’s Circle / Book Study
- St. Cecilia’s Circle / Quilting
- St. Elizabeth's Circle / Grade school alumni mothers
- Mary's Widows Circle / Widows of the parish
- St. Mary's Circle / Grade school mothers fellowship
- St. Theresa’s Circle / Fostering Friendships
All women in the parish are welcome to join these groups.