Category: OCIA

Sunday Gospel Warm-Up

May 10, 2023

May 14, John 14:15-21

To love is to know God. That pretty much sums up the message in this weekend’s Gospel and really throughout the writings of John. Of course, such knowledge only flows from authentic love which always has measure of the cross in it.

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Sunday Gospel Warm-up

May 4, 2023

A Divine Love

May 7, John 14:1-12

How do we encounter the risen Christ?
That is central focus of our scripture readings in this season of Easter and, in today’s Gospel,

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Diocesan News

March 22, 2023

Exciting Volunteer Opportunity! 

Catholic Charities is seeking volunteers to help facilitate our Neighbor to Neighbor program, a faith-based, life-skills-education program that helps families move away from financial dependence on social service agencies and move towards self-sufficiency. 

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Lent Reflections

March 18, 2023

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Sunday Gospel Warm-Up

March 15, 2023

Now I See

Mar. 19 John 9:1-41

We all are on this journey to understand and truly know our God as well as ourselves and others. Often metaphors or poetry is used to describe this journey or process.

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Sunday Gospel Warm-up

March 9, 2023

Remedy for Our Flaws

Mar. 12 John 4:5-42

We have so many flaws. Our thinking is flawed and often our actions are marred by selfishness and ignorance. This becomes obvious in our relationships with family,

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Julia Greeley

Saints to Live By: Julia, a Servant of God

February 23, 2023

Servant of God Julia Greeley, Denver’s Angel of Charity, was born into slavery and emancipated after the Civil War. She spent her life serving the poor with a special devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and a love for children and praying for the city’s fire fighters.

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Racial Justice & Faith Pilgrimage

February 23, 2023

All Saints participated in the BRIDGE Racial Justice Faith  Weekend by showing two videos ( Seek Justice and Expand Me, also shared on this site)  at the 10:30 and 5:00 Masses on Sunday Feb. 19.

Father Tom Kessler and Father Jay Davidson addressed justice issues in the weekend’s 4 masses.

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Fall 2022 Pilgrimage Planning Session

February 23, 2023

Pilgrim Meeting

Sixteen pilgrims of the Faith and Justice Pilgrimage to St. Louis met to talk about their experience October 20. A pilgrim is supposed to visit, pray, and be changed by the places they visit. So, we talked about what we expected from the experience,

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Lent Reflections

February 23, 2023

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Brenda Meyer

All Saints Parish Hires Justice Minister

February 23, 2023

All Saints Parish hires Brenda Meyer to lead our Justice Ministry Programs

When Brenda Meyer, retired after a 44-year career as a mental health provider, was approached about the All Saints Parish Justice Minister position, she responded that it should be a “justice saint”,

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