Please join us for celebration of the Holy Mass!
You’re invited to join us for the celebration of the Holy Mass every Friday at 11:30 AM in the Chapel of the Word Incarnate, located inside the Omaha Studio at 13326 A Street. You are also welcome to visit the studio and pray in this chapel, where the Blessed Sacrament is present.
Listen to the Holy Mass
Tune-in to Spirit Catholic Radio to listen to Mass every day. Click here for signals.
Weekdays @ 10:30 AM (Christ the King Omaha)
Weekends @ 7:00 AM (EWTN)
Weekends @ 12:00 PM (St. Mary in Lincoln)
Need help preparing for Mass? Check out these programs.
MON-FRI | 6:20 AM
Sr. Ann Shields unpacks the readings for Daily Mass with insights that will teach you, challenge you, make you think and desire greater intimacy with Our Lord.
MON-FRI | 6:40-9:00 AM (LIVE)
Start your day with Spirit! In addition to the great interviews and content, you can prepare for Sunday Mass with Friday’s segment, Sunday Mass Prep, with local priests.
MON & FRI | 9:30 AM
This daily radio show centered around the Daily Mass readings provides a compelling look at the New Evangelization through inspiring teachings, interviews and testimonies. Peter Herbeck helps listeners respond personally to what the Holy Spirit is saying in our time. Peter’s insights will help Catholics acquire the tools they need to do their part in the New Evangelization.
Bored at Mass? Not understanding purpose, customs or teaching of the liturgy? Fr. Riccardo’s series on Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s writing, Spirit of the Liturgy, unpacks the beauty and sacredness of the Holy Mass in a new, refreshing and beautiful way. Fr. Riccardo is heard on Christ is the Answer, Monday-Friday at 9:00 p.m. CT and is part of our Fathers Know Best series heard Monday-Friday at 11:00 a.m.
Listen/Download Liturgy Teachings:
- Christ is the Answer: Spirit of the Liturgy #1 Overview
- Christ is the Answer: Spirit of the Liturgy #2 Physical Orientation
- Christ is the Answer: Spirit of the Liturgy #3 Sacred Time
- Christ is the Answer: Spirit of the Liturgy #4 Vestments and Gestures