An Act of Spiritual Communion:
My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
Currently in the Church. Please follow signs. Masks required.
9:00 a.m. | 2:30 p.m.
4:45 – 5:15 p.m.
First Friday of the Month
11:15 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 AM – 12 PM in the Church
Currently open normal hours, but there is no exposition.
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
If you are interested in making a time commitment, or to receive the code to the chapel door, please contact the parish office.
Important Updates Concerning Operations of the Parish
Fr. Scott Bailey
Updated June 30th
Limited public Masses – Due to attendance restrictions at this time, households must sign-up to attend Mass. The link to the sign-up form is on this website’s homepage. For those who cannot attend in person, video of the weekend Mass continues to be available on the parish website beginning at 4:00pm on Saturdays.
Daily Masses have Resumed – Daily mass is back! No need to sign up. Just show up and wear your mask. Daily mass is offered Mon-Fri at 6:30 AM, 8:00 AM, and 12:15 PM. Saturday daily mass is offered at 8:30 AM.
What should we do on Sundays, when we cannot attend Mass? Make the day holy. Use it well by spending some time in prayer, especially with Scripture. You can set aside some quiet time to read and reflect on the readings from Mass ( Daily Readings). I encourage you to make a prayer of spiritual communion, since you will be unable to receive the Lord in the Eucharist. The Lord can fill your heart in a powerful way when you invite him in with faith! There is a simple prayer for spiritual communion HERE. The archdiocese website also has links so that you can watch Mass online and utilize Magnificat online for free.
Penance & Anointing of the Sick – Confessions are available in the CHURCH at our normally scheduled times. Masks must be worn by all who come to confession. Please follow the signs in the church when you come to confession. Our priests continue to offer the anointing of the sick for those who are in danger of death.
Church and Adoration chapel- You are welcome to pray before the Tabernacle in the chapel or in the church. The church is opened daily at 8:00am. For your safety, we sanitize the church daily.
The parish office will be open on Mon., Wed., Fri. ONLY – If it is necessary for you to meet with an employee in person on a different day of the week, you must schedule an appointment. You can find contact information for our employees on our staff page under the “about” tab.
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Social media – You can connect with us and follow us on Facebook HERE and now on Instagram HERE. We regularly post things that are inspirational and informational, which you can share with your friends.
Resources from the Diocese – The Archdiocese of Denver has created a webpage dedicated to Coronavirus prevention and resources. That can be found HERE. For information about the reopening of public Masses, go here – https://denvercatholic.org/
The Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal
Please take the time to watch the following video about this years appeal.
Even amidst the pandemic, we have a lot going on at the parish! Click a section to find out more about the programs keeping parishioners involved during this unusual time!
Friday Morning Men’s Group – Salvation History
Our men’s group meets every Friday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 am by Zoom. Beginning on September 11, 2020, we will be viewing and discussing Salvation History, a series of videos exploring the events of the Old Testament by the Augustine Institute.
DEEPENING MY INTERIOR LIFE
TO FOLLOW CHRIST WHEREVER HE LEADS
Thursdays beginning September 17, 7:00 – 8:30pm
Emmaus Center (Parish Hall)
Fr. Chris Hellstrom will teach a 24-week school of prayer focused on deepening spiritual formation for those who feel an active call from Christ to follow him more closely and serve him in their daily life circumstances. The classes are adapted from the spiritual formation lectures offered to seminarians at St. John Vianney Seminary during their Spirituality Year.
The classes are intended for individuals who have undergone some introductory prayer formation (e.g. Peter Stur’s God Within class). Other preparatory experience can be Biblical School classes, retreats, parish programs with a prayer component, etc.
Tuition is $20 per class (24 classes + 3 prayer nights). Couples enjoy 50% discount on second participant. Aside from class tuition, In Ipso ministry is funded by donations. Scholarships are available to ensure that finances are not a barrier for those who desire to grow in relationship with the Lord.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-2034499.
There are so many people is need of help and support during these uncertain times. Please consider donating items as you are able. We currently have two collections going: Hunger Knows No Season and our Annual School Supply Drive. Check out the flyers below for more information and items needed!
Intro to Catholicism
Instructor: Jason Cox, M.T.S.
Sept 8, 2020 — Apr 8, 2021 (no class Oct 27, Dec 29, Apr 4)
6:30 PM — 7:15 PM
Tuesdays in office building—socially distanced with masks
Online Option (repeat of Tuesday)
Thursdays on Zoom (Meeting ID 3037588826, no password)
September 8 The Gospel Message: God’s Plan of Salvation for the World
September 15 God the Father and Divine Revelation
September 22 Creation and the Fall
September 29 The Old Testament Story