Copies of Letter to a Suffering Church Available

Copies of Letter to a Suffering Church Available

Feeling hurt, angry, demoralized, or needing information about the sexual abuse crisis plaguing the Catholic Church? Our parish wants to help, and that’s why we’ve ordered copies of a new book for parishioners.

New Ways to Get Great Catholic Content

New Ways to Get Great Catholic Content

Diving into the beauty of the Faith has never been easier: at home, on the go, or from any internet connected device. Find out more about the new Formed!

Fall Newsletter Has Been Emailed to You

Fall Newsletter Has Been Emailed to You

We recently emailed (or texted) our Fall Newsletter (and Parish Picnic reminder). It’s filled with information on upcoming events, ministry/volunteer opportunities, and news from the Parish.

Help With Our Annual School Supply Drive!

Help With Our Annual School Supply Drive!

This weekend is the start of our annual school supply drive! Help us equip homeless and low-income students with the supplies they need for a successful school year. This year, we have two options for participating in the drive.

Celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday

Celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday

Thank you to everyone who celebrated Divine Mercy Sunday with us! It was wonderful to be able to host so many visitors as well as our parishioners. Here are a few pictures from praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet and dove release.

March, the Month of St. Joseph

March, the Month of St. Joseph

In addition to the Solemnity of St. Joseph, celebrated March 19th, the entire month of March is dedicated to St. Joseph, foster-father of Jesus, spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Patron of the Universal Church. We can celebrate this month through prayer, devotions, and learning more about St. Joseph.

Join the Movement

Join the Movement

Join us in supporting MTYR, a grassroots community of Catholics (that started right here in Denver!) that wants to be proactive with our messaging and addressing the current crisis effectively together.

Seven Sundays Devotion to St. Joseph

Seven Sundays Devotion to St. Joseph

The Seven Sundays Devotion is a long standing tradition of the Church that helps us to prepare to celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph on March 19th. The devotion honors the seven joys and sorrows that St. Joseph experienced as husband of the mother of God, faithful guardian of Christ, and head of the holy family.

Thank You For Making the Parish Dinner a Success!

Thank You For Making the Parish Dinner a Success!

While it will be a few weeks before we have final results for how much was raised for a new sound system, we would like to thank everyone who attended the Parish Dinner (or provided a ticket for someone else) and helped make the event a success!

Message from Archbishop Aquila on HB19-1032

Message from Archbishop Aquila on HB19-1032

"Our Catholic schools are more than you realize. They provide a haven amidst our morally confused culture, educate the whole person and assist parents in forming their children in an authentically Catholic worldview, one that recognizes the dignity of the human person created for God."

We're Invited to the CCE Art Show!

We're Invited to the CCE Art Show!

I wanted to share with you that St. Joseph Parishioners have been invited to the CCE Art Show on Thursday, December 13th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in the Education Center.

Helping Hands Hustle

Helping Hands Hustle

We’d like to extend a huge thank you to all of our sponsors, volunteers, and participants!

Your Faith, Your Schedule

Your Faith, Your Schedule

This Fall, St. Joseph is offering online faith studies for the very first time. We are extremely excited about providing our parishioners with a way to grow in their faith in a way that can fit in to any schedule.