Read the letter from Fr. Javier here.
TAKE ACTION TODAY!
From the Colorado Catholic Conference: Congress recently passed a massive stimulus bill that includes $2.75 billion in aid for struggling private schools in the wake of the pandemic — including our Catholic schools. This new funding is called the “Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools” (EANS) Program.
However, in order for our Catholic schools to obtain these funds, Governor Polis must apply for this money before February 8, 2021. If Gov. Polis fails to act, our Catholic schools, students, and families will miss this important source of help in a very difficult school year.
Please tell your governor to make sure ALL private schools, including our Catholic schools, receive the aid they are due under federal law. Click here to submit a pre-written comment or feel free to write your own.
The parish office will be closed Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Also, there will be no 6:30 am Mass.
Wed–Fri: 8:30–10:00 am
Sat: 8:30–10:00 am, 3:00–5:15 pm
Sun: 8:30 am–1:30 pm
Check here every day through Dec. 31 to see the latest winners!
Thank you for your support. Our raffle was a huge success, raising more than our goal of $40,000.
If you are one of our lucky winners, please contact the St. Mary School HSA at email@example.com.
Dec. 20: Ralph Anzur ($300)
Dec. 21: Patrick Zimmerman ($200 plus a $500 gift card to Best Buy)
Dec. 22: Joann Dayton ($200)
Dec. 23: Jen and Kevin Hehn ($300)
Dec. 24: Michael Sheehan ($750)
Dec. 25: Julie Schroeder ($250)
Dec. 26: Denise Clem ($200)
Dec. 27: Christy Brankin ($300)
Dec. 28: Jaramillo Family ($1,000)
Dec. 29: Patty Daviscourt ($200)
Dec. 30: Buongiovanni Family ($300)
Dec. 31: Martha Reichert ($1,000)
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We would like to remind you of ways you can contribute to St. Mary Parish, particularly at year end. There are some temporary changes due to the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) Act that may benefit you and the parish.