Click through the tabs below to learn more about all of the interesting groups, committees and councils we have here at Saint Frances Cabrini Church.

This council advises, counsels, and assists the pastor on the overall fiscal operations of the parish. Monitoring expenses and income, establishing a yearly budget and delivering the annual financial report to the parish while encouraging the Stewardship Way of Life are among the duties of this seven member committee appointed by the Pastor.
The Respect for Life Committee interacts and collaborates with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Archdiocese of Omaha respect life initiatives and local organized efforts to inform, educate and engage the parish community in the work of protecting the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death. The group focuses on the U.S. Bishops’ Pastoral Plan: public information and education, pastoral care, public policy, and prayer and worship.
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 St. Frances Cabrini and All Saints 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.
The Saint Frances Cabrini parish conference of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society has a mission to witness God’s love by embracing works of charity and justice. The members meet with those who have requested help from the parish and help them receive whatever assistance they can get from the local community. The Conference also provides a personal spiritual development and growth program which sustains its members for the work of the Society. Members meet monthly in the parish rectory to pray together for the success of their mission and to respond to requests for rent, food, utilities or other emergency needs. They also collaborate with the central office or parish conferences for special or larger projects.
The Sodality is a group of parishioners organized to promote the spiritual sanctification of each member, to unite the women and men of the Parish in the spirit of friendship and cooperation, to care for the church interior and liturgical needs, to serve the Parish community through numerous functions and to provide financial assistance as needed for their equipment and maintenance.