Statuta dioecesana synodorum Omahensium : synodus prima habita in ecclesia S. Philumenae, die 1 et 2 Martii 1887, praeside Jacobo O'Connor. -- Synodus secunda habita in oratorio Universitatis Creightonensis, die 27 Juni 1902, praeside Ricardo Scannell in urbe Omaha.
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The statutes of the Omaha Diocesan Synods:Synod held at the Church of St. Philomena on March 1-2, 1887, James O'Connor, Presiding. Synod held in the chapel at Creighton University, on June 27, 1902, in the City of Omaha, Richard Scannell, PresidingNOTE: The cathedral of the Diocese of Omaha and was named St. Philomena's Cathedral but was renamed St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church when St. Cecilia Cathedral was built.
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