St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, wrote a great little book called “Spiritual Exercises.” This writing of his is a handbook for retreats. Thousands of saints have come out of the Exercises over five hundred years. The impact
Dear brothers and sisters, Last year, I started a tradition I intend to continue every year for the feast of St. Francis of Assisi. On October 4, we say a Mass in thanksgiving for our Sandwich Line volunteers. After consulting
We all know the story of the Good Thief very well. This man was crucified alongside Jesus and asked Jesus to remember him when he came into his kingdom, unlike his companion. In the Catholic Church, we call him St.
Dear brothers and sisters, This week, Trey and the missionaries have been working diligently on cleaning the floor of the Church so that we can anchor the pews to the floor. I appreciate everyone’s patience as we accomplish this task.
Hello, parishioners of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish! My name is Luis Corral. I am a fifth-year seminarian serving for the Archdiocese of Denver. A fun fact about me is that not only am I a Denver native, but I’m
Dear brothers and sisters, The pews are in the process of being squared off and carried forward closer to the altar and sanctuary. We were able to make good use of the original furnishings that were scattered throughout the property.
In the opening scene of “Les Misérables,” Jean Valjean is introduced as a former convict who has just been released from prison. He’s struggling to find food and shelter when he comes across the home of a kind-hearted bishop. Valjean
Dear brothers and sisters, This past week Fr. Joel and some of his parishioners took the icon screen to be used by the Saints Cyril and Methodius Byzantine community. While the sanctuary feels a little empty, we now have space
St. Augustine’s friend Alypius was drawn to the public spectacles featuring gladiators in Milan, Italy. Despite being a religious person with a great sense of justice, St. Augustine was deeply grieved that his friend seemed likely to cast away his
Dear brothers and sisters, This week, we welcomed Fr. Joel Barstad at St. Elizabeth’s. He came to assess the transport of the icon screen we announced last week. Again, I am grateful for your understanding and generosity towards the Sts.