REBUILDING CULTURE

BUILDING A TRULY HUMAN CULTURE

As society separates itself more and more from truth and beauty,
we want to be a place where the treasures of our tradition and civilization can be accessible to all,
in order to promote a Christian culture that elevates out humanity to the stature of Christ.

theology

LECTURE: “THE CHURCH STANDS OR FALLS WITH THE LITURGY”
BENEDICT XVI’S VISION FOR CHURCH RENEWAL
Fr. Daniel | Tuesday, April 21, 7:00 PM
It is common to hear that there is a crisis in the Church. What is the solution? What is the core of authentic renewal? Benedict XVI invites us to think above all about the priority of God in the liturgy. Come and reflect on the path for a lasting renewal in these difficult times.

BOOK CLUB: “TURNING TOWARDS THE LORD”
Fr. Daniel | Saturday, March 28, 9:00 AM
Is it true that the Mass was celebrated towards the East, priest and people facing in the same direction? Is this practice still valid and advisable today or was it changed by the reforms of Vatican II? Read and come to discuss “Turning towards the Lord” by Uwe Michael Lang, which according to Benedict XVI, clarifies convincingly the question about the orientation of liturgical prayer.

Heritage

BAKING WITH THE SAINTS*
Sarah Gilmore | Tuesday, March 10, 7:00 PM
*This course is full, please register below to be added to the wait list
Our liturgical calendar and Saints’ feast days carry with them wonderful food traditions. In this class, we’ll explore and prepare traditional delicacies used to celebrate feasts around the world. Cooking/baking experience helpful, but not required.
*If you have registered for this course and are no longer able to attend please contact the Parish office at 303-781-6093 or email outreach@holynamedenver.org to allow space for those on the wait list

arts & humanities

SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY CHAMBER SINGERS CONCERT
Friday, March 6, 7:00 PM
This elite chamber choir from a Catholic LaSallian liberal arts university in Minnesota will be performing a beautiful variety of choral music, such as Byrd’s Mass for 4 voices, Palestrina’s “Super Flumina Babylonis,” some Madrigals, and other pieces.

PAINT AND SIP: WINE AND PAINTING
Thursday, April 30, 7:00 PM
Come and partake in a painting workshop coupled with wine for a fun, relaxing, and educational evening. Enjoy the company of fellow artists of all levels as you create a masterpiece to take home! *Please register below.

SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION: “A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM”
Information Meeting: Tuesday, May 5, 7:00 PM
This classic comedy by the greatest playwright in history remains one of the most frequently performed plays in the world. Full of love and laughter, magic and mischief, this production will be a delightful opportunity for both seasoned performers and curious amateurs. Come be a part of this creative process, develop a deeper appreciation for Shakespeare’s work, and help us share this timeless tale.

register for courses

If you are interested in attending a class that requires registration (marked with an *), please complete this form 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. 

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