Pastor : Fr. James Netusil email : email@example.com
Associate Pastor : Fr. Stephen Gutgsell
From our Pastor….
“I welcome you to St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church! We are a faithful Catholic community in the city of Blair, Nebraska, about 25 minutes north of Omaha. Our desire is, above all else, to be rooted in the truth as revealed to us by Jesus Christ, celebrating that truth in good and holy worship.
Our website is designed to be simple and user-friendly. Please take a look around, and if there are any questions, or something you would like to see added to the site, please call our parish office at (402) 426-3823. We hope that St. Francis Borgia can be a refuge of peace and comfort in the arms of our Lord, Jesus Christ. In all we do, may Christ be praised!”
– Fr. James
Ash Wednesday – 7am, 12:05pm and 6:30pm at St. Francis, 8am and 7pm at St. Johns in Fort Calhoun.
Confessions – Every Thursday at St. Francis and St. John’s – 7-8pm – Fr. James and Fr. G. will rotate.
Parish Reconciliation Service – Monday, March 27 at 7pm
Lenten Retreat – “Loving in a World of Hatred” by Fr. James Netusil – 5:30 soup supper, 6:15 talk
Stations of the Cross – Fridays at 6:30 pm in the church
Holy Week Schedule
Palm Sunday – Normal schedule
Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper – April 13th at 7pm
Good Friday Service – April 14th at both 3pm and 6:30 pm
The Solemn Easter Vigil – April 15th at 8:30 pm
Easter Sunday – April 16th at 8am and 10am
Regular Mass Times
Weekdays 8am (First Friday Adoration from 8:30 am to 9pm)
Sundays 8am & 10am
First Saturdays 9am
Holy Days 7am, 12:05pm & 6:30pm
Reconciliation Saturday from 4:15-4:45, Sunday from 7:15-7:45 am and 9:15-9:45 am or by appt.
As the parish families of St. Francis Borgia of Blair, Nebraska, we are a faith community united in Christ by a common bond to the Roman Catholic Church. Our words and actions are a reflection of Christ’s presence among us. We manifest God’s work through our active participation in spiritual, educational, liturgical and acts of service directed at bringing all to Christ. In John 15:12 Jesus says “Love one another as I have loved you.”