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Throughout its history South Omaha has been made up of a quilt of Catholic parishes corresponding to tightly-knit ethnic neighborhoods. For South Os early Latino population the parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe was the centerpiece of the immigrant community, meeting in private houses, a bakery, and a storefront until it found a permanent home in 1950. Since then, Our Lady of Guadalupe has served as an advocate, community center, and spiritual home for many Omaha Latinos even as the community has outgrown the parish to include Spanish language masses across the city.
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