Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Court #2184, Our Lady of Omaha

The Catholic Daughters of the Americas organization was founded in 1903 by the Knights of Columbus as was called the Daughters of Isabelle. In 1921, the name was changed to Catholic Daughters of the Americas. The Court of Our Lady of Omaha, #2184, started in 1978.

The group's motto is "unity and charity." They begin their meetings with Mass, followed by a business meeting and refreshments. They plan court activities, including an annual religious articles sale for the parish, an annual day of recollection, a summer picnic, and various bake sale fundraisers to support a charity of their choice.

Their concern is for the spiritual growth of their members. Membership is not restricted to St. Peter parishioners. To learn more about the Catholic Daughters of the Americas visit their national website by clicking here.

  • Contact name: Catherine Vak
  • Contact telephone: 402-391-0484
  • Location: O'Brien Hall
  • Meeting time and day: Usually on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 9:30 am until 11:30 am.