New Gallery Exhibit

and Receptions

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Special Receptions for


In the Lord's Service


Father Michael Grewe Cathedral Pastor,

cordially invites the Priests of the Archdiocese to a reception in the Cathedral Cultural Center celebrating the opening of

In the Lord's Service


Wednesday, June 27, 2018 5:00 pm—7:30 pm

Wine and Hors d'oeuvres will be served



Parish Receptions


 Mimosas and Pastries

Sunday, June 10 following the 9:30 am and 11:30 am Masses.


 Wine and Cheese

Saturday, June 16 following the 5:30 pm Mass





Visit the Gift Shop at the Cultural Center

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12:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. 

Tuesday through Sunday






Cathedrals and the arts

Cathedral Arts Project (CAP) was founded in 1985 to promote & celebrate the performing & visual arts through the unique setting of Omaha's historic Saint Cecilia Cathedral.

This concept dates back to the Middle Ages when cathedrals were erected as awe-inspiring monuments to God at the heart of the city. Those cathedrals also became the heart of the community's culture. It was there that artists and musicians presented their master works and dramatists produced mystery and morality plays to teach and entertain.

This vibrant tradition provided the inspiration for renewing this concept for celebrating the arts in the masterwork of renown architect Thomas Rodgers Kimball: Omaha's Saint Cecilia Cathedral.

Throughout the past 33 years, many have come to know CAP as the organization that mounts "that wonderful flower show in the dead of winter." While  10,000 people annually visit the Flower Festival, many more are coming to know us as the organization that has mounted the most unique musical and visual events in Omaha, and brought such world-renown groups, like Dave Brubeck, the Tallis Scholars, the Vienna Boys Choir, and Chanticleer to the Cathedral.

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Tour the Cathedral

View the document below to see how you can see the Cathedral of St. Cecilia on a private tour

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