Saint Cecilia Catholic Cathedral is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese located in Omaha, USA. Constructed in 1907, the church is a magnificent masterpiece of creativity. In 1959, when the Cathedral was completed, it was ranked as one of the ten largest in the United States. As the Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Omaha, the Cathedral serves the vibrant faith community of 230,000 Northeast Nebraska Catholics through prayer, worship, education, and community outreach. The Cathedral offers various liturgies, including Their Lady of Nebraska Chapel, Nash Chapel, Baptistry, Nash Crypt, and a Spanish Art exhibit. They also have a museum that showcases the Cathedral's history. In addition, they provide sacramental life, Catholic grade school, and outreach programs to extend the mercy of God to all who enter the Cathedral campus. The parish community at Saint Cecilia Cathedral is an exemplary embodiment of Jesus' mercy and love.