REBUILDING CULTURE

Building a truly human culture

Below is a list of the courses we will be offering for the Fall 2019 semester! If you are interested in attending a class that requires registration (marked with an *), please do so in the form below or call the parish office for help. All classes are free and open to everyone. If you cannot attend a class you’ve registered for, please contact the parish office to allow someone on the waitlist to have the spot. 

Theology

ST. JOHN HENRY NEWMAN: HIS MESSAGE FOR TODAY’S CHURCH
Joseph Pearce, Christopher Blum, Fr. Daniel | Tuesday, Oct 15, 7:00 PM
To celebrate Cardinal Newman’s canonization this October, we’ll hear about specific facets of Newman’s life and message. Plus, enjoy British tea treats in his honor!

BOOK CLUB: THE CROSS AND EUCHARIST IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY
Fr. Daniel | Saturday, Oct 26, 9:00 AM
Read Fr. Daniel’s book and join a discussion on fascinating lessons we can learn today about the Eucharist in the early Church.


heritage

SUPPER CLUB*
Angie Woods | Sign up by Sept 15
You will be assigned to have dinner with others in the group on a rotating schedule, which is a great way to meet more parishioners and make new friends! Members take turns bringing food and hosting, though you do not need to host if you are unable.

THE BASEMENT DIALOGUES: CHRISTIANS IN THE HOLY LAND*
George Bannoura | Tuesday, Sept 17, 7:00 PM
George Bannoura was born in Bethlehem and continues to work supporting Christians in the Holy Land. He will share some of the challenges and hopes of the Church in the birthplace of Jesus.

FROM SANTA FE TO DENVER
Chris Lanciotti and Sarah Gilmore | Monday, Nov 18, 7:00 PM
Learn about how the Church in Colorado came to be. From missions in New Mexico to the seeds of faith in our city, hear about the 200-year-old history of Catholicism in our State and about the Camino de Chimayo, one of the oldest Catholic traditions in our country.

CREATIVE CUISINE: COOKING FOR MEN*
Mark Dennis | Thursday, Nov 21, 6:00 PM
Join Mark as he shares 10 things he has learned about cooking, followed by hands-on time in the kitchen. All levels of expertise welcome!

language

LATIN 101*
Gerri Kelley | Mondays 7:00-8:00 PM, beginning Sept 16
Beginning Latin for Adults (high school juniors and seniors welcome). Weekly class held on Mondays, excluding the first Monday of the Month. Emphasis on reading Latin. Text: Lingua Latina. Text and workbook, $49.40 (if purchased new) Class limited to 10 students.


Arts & Humanities

TREBLE CHOIR*
Angie Woods | Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 PM, beginning Oct 1
Open to all students in grades 1-5 (must be able to read). The treble choir will sing with the adults at the 10:30 AM Mass once a month. (Refundable deposit of $30 is required at registration and will be returned if the child attends at least 75% of the classes)

MARIAN CHOIR*
Angie Woods | Tuesdays 5:00-5:45 PM, beginning Oct 1
Marian choir is open to all children in grades 6-12. The group meets twice a month on Tuesdays from 5 – 5:45 PM. They will sing at the 10:30 AM Mass once a month.

CHESS WORKSHOP*
Donald Hannon | Thursday, Oct 3, 7:00 PM
For all levels and ages 7 to 107. Whether you’ve never played, you want to get better, or you want to show off and challenge others, join us for a Chess Workshop! Please bring a board if you have one!

FAITH AND ART
Brie Schulze | Thursday, Oct 17, 7:00 PM
Art has the unique ability to transform, uplift, and inspire. Brie will share her artwork and witness to moments in her faith which have been impacted by art.

 

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