Lenten Confession

We will offer a special Lenten Confession opportunity on Wednesday, Mar. 10, with two times available:

3:30–4:30 pm: seniors only
4:30–6:30 pm: everyone

Multiple priests will be available throughout the evening.

The Lenten Fish Fry is Back!

Our Knights of Columbus Council #3340 will host our popular Lenten fish fry on each Friday of Lent, starting Feb. 19! Due to ongoing health-related restrictions, we will host both in-person dining and take-away, with in-person dining following current social-distancing recommendations.

Register to dine in here. See online ordering here.

See pricing and other information on the flyer here.

Parish Office Closed Feb. 10–12 and Feb. 15

The parish office will be closed Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 10–12, for the annual staff retreat.

We will also be closed on Monday, Feb. 15 in observance of Presidents Day.

If you have a sacramental emergency, call the main parish line at 303.798.8506 and listen to the options. Thank you for understanding.

COVID-19 Vaccination Locations

Littleton Adventist

Swedish Hospital

St. Anthony

Lutheran Hospital
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St. Joseph Hospital
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Kaiser Permanente

UC Health

Catholic Schools Week

Jan. 31–Feb. 6

Dear St. Mary Parish Families,

This school wants to be your school. Come and join the school of St. Mary Catholic Parish. You have joined this parish community because you have noticed something special here. A shared desire for holiness which is translated into flourishing as a family surrounded by families like you—touched by Christ and willing to be transformed by Him.

The same Disciples of the Hearts of Jesus and Mary who desire to serve your holiness in family would like to share with you also your enterprise to educate your children. Please accept my invitation to read more about our educational project (found in the bulletin here).

St. Mary Catholic School has a great history—next year we celebrate 70 years! However, it has an even greater future—with you!

Fr. Stefan Zarnay, DCJM

NEW Parish COVID-19 Update from Fr. Javier

Dear Parish Family,

EXCELLENT NEWS! All the priests, with the exception of Fr. James, tested negative for COVID-19. We will be able to resume our sacramental duties immediately. This is as great a relief for us as I’m sure it is for you. We will simply exercise extra caution for the time being (i.e. wearing a mask while distributing Communion).

Fr. James continues to rest and recuperate. He is experiencing the normal, flu-like symptoms of the disease, but does not have any respiratory problems or other serious issues (praise God!).

We are very grateful for all your prayers and support, and for your encouraging replies to the earlier Flocknote.  

Please continue to offer prayers for Fr. James, and to thank God for his protecting help.

God bless,
Fr. Javier