Weekly News & Events

Weekly News & Events

Catholic University of America September 1
The Special Collection for The Catholic University of America underwritesscholarships to assist financially deserving students in completing their education at CUA in over 50 disciplines. Your generosity is appreciated. Don’t forget, you may donate online.


BLOOD DRIVE - SPONSORED BY ARRUPE SEPT. 9
Have you donated blood before and would like to again, or if you would like to begin, you may donate on Monday, Sept. 9th from 8 am till 1 pm in the Parish Hall. A sign-up sheet will be in the vestibule for you to sign.


HANDS OF THE CARPENTER is a local nonprofit serving single mothers and women in need. Hands accepts & utilizes car and monetary donations to help women to maintain employment and be self sufficient. Any car will be accepted, although ones 5 - 10 years old are preferred. For more information go to www.ehands.org and click on the Donate a Vehicle button at the top of the homepage. Hands is a faith-based nonprofit with whom our church is proud to partner. For more information contact
Daniel Mondragon at 720.710.8852.


COFFEE & DONUTS has so many faithful volunteers to help with its monthly gathering. This amazing ministry provides an opportunity for our parish family to sit with each other while sharing coffee and some breakfast fare. It is an important part of our lives here at HF. We will begin to gather some new names of those who are willing to help with this monthly event.

PLEASE CALL THE PARISH OFFICE AND GIVE US YOUR NAME IF YOU ARE WILLING TO HELP WITH COFFEE & DONUTS. THANK YOU SOOO MUCH.


11th Annual Road to Rome Raffle
Where Will the Road Take You?
...to the Andes Mountains in Peru, to the Island of Barbados, to Aspen, or to Rome?. Tickets are 1 - $50,3-$135, 5-$220 or 10 for $400. Drawings will take place October 12, Nov 12 and December 5.benefit the lives and ministries of the Capuchin Franciscans Friars.your tickets Sept. 7 & 8 after Mass.


Holy Family Book Group begins September 8
The first session will be on Sun., Sept. 8, at 10:40 am in the Hospitality Room. will read and discuss, In the School of The Holy Spirit by Jacques Philippe. This is a short and powerful book whose goal is to help us "be more attentive to the movements of the Holy Spirit". If you've never read with us, we hope you'll give us a try.

In preparation for the Feast of St. Francis, Oct. 4, we are making limited copies of a book available for you to take and read. It is a biography of St. Francis by Omer Englebert. If you would like to read the book and share comments (which we could print) please do so. Send your comments to reginab@holyfamilydenver.com


Minister of Music, Patty Doane ~
The Holy Family Choir Season will begin Tuesday, September 10th in the Rectory Meeting Room. Rehearsals for men begin at 5:15 pm; the women join at 6 pm. Practice ends at 7pm. The choir rotates Masses throughout the year between the 4 pm, 8 am, and 9:30 am Masses, from September through May.


Product from the Bazaar for sale:
2 Types of Cheese:
Scamorza $ 8 each
Caciocavella (provolone) $ 10 each


Sign Stands
Please return the yard sign stands to the church so that they may be used next year. A big thanks to you!


HOLY FAMILY TRIP TO ISRAEL

Deacon Richard and Sheila will be traveling to Israel with 206Tours. We hope you'll join us.
Dates: October 18 - 30, 2020. Cost from Denver $4,473. You can look on the internet by typing in: Sr. Magdalit Bolduc Pilgrimages and then scrolling down to the Trinitarian Pilgrimage Retreat in the Holy Land for details and itinerary. Fr. Jacques Phillippe is the scheduled spiritual leader. He's a popular author and his readers sign up for this pilgrimage. Sr. Magdalit is so popular that her trips are known to sell out. can register anytime. There is a $400 deposit with the balance due 60 days prior to the trip. Sheila at 720-539-0081.


ADORATION CHAPEL THIS SUMMER
We invite anyone who was waiting for good weather to visit the chapel and spend an hour in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. Send a card to a family member or friend telling them that your “gift” to them was an hour of prayer. What better gift could you give? Just one hour a week. We have adoration 4 hours a week: Tuesday and Thursday from 3 - 5 pm. Fill the chapel with adorers praising God, giving thanks, talking over your day, asking for your needs, allowing yourself to be blessed.