Archbishop of Omaha serves Thanksgiving dinner at the Stephen Center

                                        YOU WILL NOT REGRET GOING THERE.  WELL, THE ARCHBISHOP OF OMAHA HELPS SERVE THE MEALS.  IT'S THE ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DINNER AT THE STEPHEN CENTER.  THE CENTER HELPS WOMEN, MEN AND CHILDREN AFFECTING HOMELESSNESS, ADDICTIONS AND MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES.  ARCHBISHOP GEORGE LUCAS SAYS HE HAS VISITED THE CENTER FOR ABOUT TEN YEARS NOW.  IS THE ANNUAL CELEBRATION ONE OF THE THINGS HE LOOKS FORWARD TO EVERY YEAR?  I HAVE THE CHANCE HERE TO MEET SOME OF OUR NEIGHBORS THAT I MIGHT NOT MEET AT OTHER PLACES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.  AND BEING ABLE TO SPEND SOME TIME WITH THEM AND GET TO KNOW THEM A LITTLE BETTER.  LAST YEAR THE STEVENS CENTER SERVED MORE THAN 212.00
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                The Archbishop of Omaha helped serve meals at the annual Thanksgiving dinner at the Stephen Center on Thursday.  The center helps women, men and children experiencing homelessness, addictions and mental health issues.  Archbishop George Lucas said he has been visiting the center for about 10 years now - the annual celebration is one of the things he looks forward to every year.  "I'm lucky enough here to meet some of our neighbors that I might not meet elsewhere throughout the year. And to be able to spend some time with them, get to know them a little better," said said Lucas. Last year, the Stephen Center served more than 212,000 meals and helped nearly 1,200 people.


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                <strong class="dateline">OMAHA, Neb.  —</strong>                                            The Archbishop of Omaha helped serve meals at the annual Thanksgiving dinner at the Stephen Center on Thursday.

The center helps women, men and children struggling with homelessness, addictions and mental health issues.

Archbishop George Lucas said he has been visiting the center for about 10 years now – the annual celebration is one of the things he looks forward to every year.

“I’m lucky enough here to meet some of our neighbors that I might not meet elsewhere throughout the year. And to be able to spend some time with them, get to know them a little better,” said Lucas said.

Last year, the Stephen Center served over 212,000 meals and helped nearly 1,200 people.

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