“A Unique Holy Week:
How to Live this Paschal Triduum”

Talk by Fr. Daniel

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Holy Week SCHEDULE

Palm Sunday, April 5
8:00 AM –  Palm Sunday Mass – Live Stream
10:00 AM – Confessions available in parking lot (details below)
 
Tuesday of Holy Week, April 7
8:00 AM – Daily Mass – Live Stream
7:00 PM – “A Unique Holy Week: How to Live this Paschal Triduum” – Live Stream Talk by Fr. Daniel
 
Wednesday of Holy Week, April 8
8:00 AM – Daily Mass – Live Stream
 
Holy Thursday, April 9
6:30 PM – Mass of the Lord’s Supper – Live Stream
No Eucharistic Adoration
Good Friday, April 10
8:00 AM – Lauds (Morning Prayer) – Live Stream
11:00 AM – Fr. Daniel’s Reflection on the Last Seven Words of Christ – Live Stream
3:00 PM – Celebration of the Passion of the Lord – Live Stream
 
Holy Saturday, April 11
8:00 AM – Lauds (Morning Prayer) – Live Stream
3:00 PM – Rosary
8:15 PM – Easter Vigil Mass – Live Stream
 
Easter Sunday, April 12
8:00 AM – Easter Sunday Mass – Live Stream
Holy Week RESOURCES, SONG SHEETS, AND MORE

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**ATTENTION: ALL MASSES AND PARISH EVENTS ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, PER ARCHDIOCESE OF DENVER.**

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Mass Times

CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Live Stream of Masses (click here)
Tuesday – Saturday, 8:00am
Saturday Vigil Mass – 4:30pm
Sunday – 8:00am, 10:30am
Misa en Español – 12:30pm
Holy Days – 8:00am, 6:30pm

Confession

Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19th – 10:00 AM

In the parking lot East of the Church near the Sacristy entrance. You will be able to remain in your car or outside your car at the recommended distance.
Additional confession times at other parishes
(click here)

Adoration

No Eucharistic Adoration on Holy Thursday
Thursday – 8:30am – 8:00pm
In the main church, please maintain proper social distancing

Stations of
the Cross

You can still pray the Stations of the Cross from home! Below are a couple of great resources.

Read: St. John Henry Newman’s Short Reflections on the Stations of the Cross
Watch: ‘The Way of the Cross, Praying the Psalms with Jesus’

church hours

THE SANCTUARY WILL BE
OPEN FOR PRAYER

Daily, 8:00am – 6:00pm

PARISH ROSARY

Saturday at 3:00pm
You are invited to join in a parish rosary from home. We invite you through this prayer to “spiritually adopt” people who are suffering or dying in isolation.

live stream of daily mass, 8:00AM

Live streamed daily Mass at 8:00 AM will resume on Tuesday, April 14th.

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Upcoming Events

april, 2020

tue21apr7:00 pmLecture: “The Church Stands or Falls with the Liturgy,” Benedict XVI’s Vision for Church Renewal

thu30apr7:00 pmPaint and Sip: Wine and Painting

Upcoming Events

tue21apr7:00 pmLecture: “The Church Stands or Falls with the Liturgy,” Benedict XVI’s Vision for Church Renewal

thu30apr7:00 pmPaint and Sip: Wine and Painting

tue05may7:00 pmShakespeare Production: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Info Meeting

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Upcoming Events

april, 2020

tue21apr7:00 pmLecture: “The Church Stands or Falls with the Liturgy,” Benedict XVI’s Vision for Church Renewal

thu30apr7:00 pmPaint and Sip: Wine and Painting

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vibrant community

heldts

The heldt’s (since 2012)

“As Lifelong Protestants, we visited Holy Name and were welcomed right away by other families with young children, as well as Father Daniel Cardó. Two months later, we were received into Christ’s Church amidst Holy Name parishioners who had already become friends.”

mick and patti

mick & patti kelly (since 1988)

“We are so grateful that Father Daniel is passionate in his ministry and for the encouragement the parish provides so that everyone, young and old, married or single, has that same sense of belonging and renewed faith that we all strive for in our spiritual lives.”

veronica

veronica rodriguez (since 2010)

“I like that I’ve made so many friends and I get to see them every week after church and have donuts. Everyone stays for a long time and we get to play while our parents talk. It was awesome when we all received our 1st  Communion together!”

  • heldts

    The heldt’s (since 2012)

    “As Lifelong Protestants, we visited Holy Name and were welcomed right away by other families with young children, as well as Father Daniel Cardó. Two months later, we were received into Christ’s Church amidst Holy Name parishioners who had already become friends.”

  • mick and patti

    mick & patti kelly (since 1988)

    “We are so grateful that Father Daniel is passionate in his ministry and the encouragement the parish provides so that everyone, young and old, married or single, has that same sense of belonging and renewed faith we all strive for in our spiritual lives.”

  • veronica

    veronica rodriguez (since 2010)

    “I like that I’ve made so many friends and I get to see them every week after church and have donuts. Everyone stays for a long time and we get to play while our parents talk. It was awesome when we all received our 1st  Communion together!”

Upcoming Events

april 2020

tue21apr7:00 pmLecture: “The Church Stands or Falls with the Liturgy,” Benedict XVI’s Vision for Church Renewal

thu30apr7:00 pmPaint and Sip: Wine and Painting

may 2020

tue05may7:00 pmShakespeare Production: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Info Meeting

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