REBUILDING CULTURE

BUILDING A TRULY HUMAN CULTURE

Our society has forgotten about true and lasting beauty because it has forgotten to search for the truth. The Church has always been a place of culture, where the treasures of tradition have been kept and shared. Rooted in spiritual and sacramental formation, our parish desires to also be a place to rebuild that rich culture and tradition. What is truly human leads us to Christ, and only Christ shows humanity its true greatness.

SERVICE & ENCOUNTER WITH CHRIST IN THE CITY*
Lunch in the Park | Saturday, September 10 at 10:00 AM
A great service opportunity for those of all ages, including families. Serve
a warm meal to the homeless of Denver alongside Christ in the City
missionaries. After you complete the required registration, you will receive
more information regarding location and other details.

WITNESS IN A TIME OF TYRANNY*
Adam Beach | 3 Parts series: Sept 14, Oct 19, Nov 16 at 7:00 PM
Seminar conversations on 9/14 and 10/19 will discuss pre-established readings
focused on Jägerstätter and Von Hildebrand. The evening of 11/16 we will
have a little food, a short talk, and snippets from the film A Hidden Life.
Attendance of the first two seminars is not required to attend the celebratory
evening in November.

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YOUNG ADULT SYMPOSIUM: THE “FUTURE” OF THE ROMAN MASS
Fr. Daniel | Thursday, September 22 at 7:00 PM
Have you heard the claim that Mass after Vatican II is superior to the old
Mass? Or, have you heard that after Vatican II the Mass lost its beauty?
What really happened and how can we approach the present and future
of liturgical reform? Come for drinks and a conversation about these
complicated questions.

TREBLE CHOIR – FULL
Angie Woods | Tuesdays at 3:30 PM, beginning October 4
Treble Choir is full. Please contact Angie at music@holynamedenver.org to be placed on the waitlist. During Tuesday afternoon rehearsals from October through May, children in 1st-5th grade are taught to sing well and to read music, and they will also have the opportunity to sing with the 10:30 Mass Choir once a month. Space is limited; $30 refundable deposit to be turned in on the first day of class.

FROM COLONIAL TO CONTEMPORARY:
THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH IN THE U.S.

Chris Shannon | Friday, October 7 at 7:00 PM
Professor and author Christopher Shannon will give a talk based on his new
book, American Pilgrimage. In it, he narrates the story of the Church from the
dramatic efforts of evangelization in the colonial period, to the Catholic urban
villages of the immigrant Church, to the struggles to reimagine tradition in
the late-20th century.

PREACHING IN HIS PLAYS:
THE CATHOLIC ELEMENTS FOUND IN SHAKESPEARE
Ben Kubier | Tuesday, October 25 at 7:00 PM
Part talk, part performance. Come for a fun, engaging night that explores
Catholic elements of William Shakespeare’s plays. Parishioner Ben Kubier will
explain the context and Catholic teachings, while actors will perform snippets
of the plays.

THE ART OF PREACHING BOOK CLUB
Fr. Daniel | Saturday, November 5 at 9:00 AM
Join Fr. Daniel to discuss his latest book: The Art of Preaching. While naturally
it contains practical advice for priests, it also has helpful insights for members of the congregation as well as superb homilies written by Saints and Popes.

THE ART OF LETTERING: CALLIGRAPHY WORKSHOP – FULL
Brie Schulze | Saturday, November 12 at 11:00 AM
This workshop is full. Please contact Angie at music@holynamedenver.org to be placed on the waitlist. In a world where we type more than we write, spend a leisurely morning
learning the art of calligraphy with parishioner and artist Brie Shulze. She
will spend time talking about technique and practice, and you will have the
opportunity to try your hand at this beautiful skill.

RORATE CAELI MASS & BREAKFAST
Saturday, December 10 at 6:15 AM
The Rorate Caeli Mass is a Marian Advent tradition that starts when it is still
dark and ends when the rays of the sun warm the church through the faces
of our saints. Join us for this candlelit Mass followed by breakfast in the Saint
Agnes Center.

SUPPER CLUB
Sign Up Anytime
Supper Club is a great way to get to know fellow parishioners. You will
be paired with three other households every two months for dinner and
socializing. Both couples and individuals are invited to sign up!

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OPEN EVENTS
Some events are open to everyone without registration. Mark your calendars and we’ll see you at the event!

SIGN UP REQUIRED EVENTS
Other events involve supplies provided by the parish or have limited space. We ask that you please sign up for these events in advance and honor your commitment to attend. You can register using the links above. If you are unable to sign up online, call the office at 303-781-6093.

If you register for an event and are later unable to attend, please call the office or email Anna at outreach@holynamedenver.org to have your name removed from the list.

fall 2023

THE PRINCIPLES OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION
Professor Jeffrey Lehman | Thursday, September 7, 7:00 PM
Discerning our children’s education comes with so many questions – homeschool or Catholic or public? Classical or traditional or informal? And once you’ve made your choice, what else should you consider? If you are navigating these waters, come to a presentation and conversation with Dr. Lehman, a professor at the Augustine Institute who developed one of the most successful Catholic education programs in the country.


MAKERS MARKET
Saturday, September 16, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
We’re hosting another Catholic Makers Market! It will be an event the whole family can enjoy featuring live music and high quality vendors selling food, fine art, household goods, and more.


THEOLOGY OF HOME SALON*
Saturday, September 23, 7:00 PM
Spend the evening in a parishioner’s home discussing ideas such as how can our homes reflect our Christian lives, practical solutions to make physical space to pray, ways to make hospitality easy, and the like.

*Sign ups are required for these events, which will be hosted in parishioner’s homes. The location will be provided to those who sign up.

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HOMELESS BUT HUMAN: CHRIST IN THE CITY DOCUMENTARY
Friday, September 29, 7:00 PM
Over the past year, a professional videographer walked the streets with the missionaries of Christ in the City. This powerful documentary captures the stories of individuals living on the streets. Through their unique relational approach, Christ in the City is changing lives and offering hope to those who have lost everything. This film is a must-see for anyone who wants to understand the root causes of homelessness and witness the power of human connection in addressing this critical issue. The screening will be followed by a Q&A Session.

watch the trailer

MUSICAL SALON*
Friday, November 3, 7:00 PM
For musicians and music lovers alike – those who attend this salon are invited to sing or play an instrument for the group, or simply engage in conversation regarding music, its beauty, and how it affects us.

*Sign ups are required for these events, which will be hosted in parishioner’s homes. The location will be provided to those who sign up.

sign up

EUCHARISTIC PRAYER STUDIES*
Fr. Daniel & Aaron Beach | Saturdays, November 4 & 11, 9:00 AM
The core of the Eucharist is the action called “Eucharistic Prayer,” the most solemn part of the Mass. During this year of Eucharistic Revival, learn about the history and meaning of what the early Roman Church simply called the “action” and enter more fully into its depth and beauty. Please note this is a two part course.

*Please sign up if you plan to attend

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LA DUCHESSE
Dr. Bronwen McShea | Thursday, November 9, 7:00 PM
Bronwen McShea, a visiting history professor at the Augustine Institute will speak on her most recent book, La Duchesse. It is the story of Marie de Vignerot, a Catholic laywoman who spent her fortune to promote true culture and the Church, and was a friend of St. Vincent de Paul, established the first Catholic hospital in the Americas, and ran a salon out of her home in which she supported Catholic artists and writers.

Inspired by Marie de Vignerot and Dr. Bronwen McShea’s talk, we will be offering two salons (September 23 & November 3)! A salon was a conversational gathering of intellectuals, artists, and politicians, who would meet in a home to discuss their work, educate, and delight in art.


SUPPER CLUB
Bi-monthly Gathering
Supper Club is a great way to get to know the community at Holy Name. You will be paired with three other households every two months for dinner and socializing. Both couples and individuals are invited to sign up!

sign up

TREBLE CHOIR
Angie Woods | Begins Tuesday, October 3 | 3:30 PM
Treble Choir is for children ages 7-11 (must be able to read). They will meet Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 PM and sing at the 10:30 AM Mass once a month. There is a $10 refundable deposit to join the choir.

sign up

MARIAN CHOIR
Angie Woods | Begins Tuesday, October 3 | 4:30 PM
Marian Choir is for children ages 12-18. They will meet every other Tuesday from 4:30-5:30 PM and sing at the 10:30 AM Mass once a month. There is a $10 refundable deposit to join the choir.

sign up

THE PRINCIPLES OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION
Professor Jeffrey Lehman
Thursday, September 7, 7:00 PM

Discerning our children’s education comes with so many questions – homeschool or Catholic or public? Classical or traditional or informal? And once you’ve made your choice, what else should you consider? If you are navigating these waters, come to a presentation and conversation with Dr. Lehman, a professor at the Augustine Institute who developed one of the most successful Catholic education programs in the country.


MAKERS MARKET
Saturday, September 16, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
We’re hosting another Catholic Makers Market! It will be an event the whole family can enjoy featuring live music and high quality vendors selling food, fine art, household goods, and more.


THEOLOGY OF HOME SALON*
Saturday, September 23, 7:00 PM
Spend the evening in a parishioner’s home discussing ideas such as how can our homes reflect our Christian lives, practical solutions to make physical space to pray, ways to make hospitality easy, and the like.

*Sign ups are required for these events, which will be hosted in parishioner’s homes. The location will be provided to those who sign up.

sign up

HOMELESS BUT HUMAN:
CHRIST IN THE CITY DOCUMENTARY
Friday, September 29, 7:00 PM
Over the past year, a professional videographer walked the streets with the missionaries of Christ in the City. This powerful documentary captures the stories of individuals living on the streets. Through their unique relational approach, Christ in the City is changing lives and offering hope to those who have lost everything. This film is a must-see for anyone who wants to understand the root causes of homelessness and witness the power of human connection in addressing this critical issue. The screening will be followed by a Q&A Session.

watch the trailer

MUSICAL SALON*
Friday, November 3, 7:00 PM
For musicians and music lovers alike – those who attend this salon are invited to sing or play an instrument for the group, or simply engage in conversation regarding music, its beauty, and how it affects us.

*Sign ups are required for these events, which will be hosted in parishioner’s homes. The location will be provided to those who sign up.

sign up

EUCHARISTIC PRAYER STUDIES*
Fr. Daniel & Aaron Beach
Saturdays, November 4 & 11, 9:00 AM

The core of the Eucharist is the action called “Eucharistic Prayer,” the most solemn part of the Mass. During this year of Eucharistic Revival, learn about the history and meaning of what the early Roman Church simply called the “action” and enter more fully into its depth and beauty. Please note this is a two part course.

*Please sign up if you plan to attend

sign up

LA DUCHESSE
Dr. Bronwen McShea
Thursday, November 9, 7:00 PM

Bronwen McShea, a visiting history professor at the Augustine Institute will speak on her most recent book, La Duchesse. It is the story of Marie de Vignerot, a Catholic laywoman who spent her fortune to promote true culture and the Church, and was a friend of St. Vincent de Paul, established the first Catholic hospital in the Americas, and ran a salon out of her home in which she supported Catholic artists and writers.

Inspired by Marie de Vignerot and Dr. Bronwen McShea’s talk, we will be offering two salons (September 23 & November 3)! A salon was a conversational gathering of intellectuals, artists, and politicians, who would meet in a home to discuss their work, educate, and delight in art.


SUPPER CLUB
Bi-monthly Gathering
Supper Club is a great way to get to know the community at Holy Name. You will be paired with three other households every two months for dinner and socializing. Both couples and individuals are invited to sign up!

sign up

TREBLE CHOIR
Angie Woods
Begins Tuesday, October 3 | 3:30 PM

Treble Choir is for children ages 7-11 (must be able to read). They will meet Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 PM and sing at the 10:30 AM Mass once a month. There is a $10 refundable deposit to join the choir.

sign up

MARIAN CHOIR
Angie Woods
Begins Tuesday, October 3 | 4:30 PM

Marian Choir is for children ages 12-18. They will meet every other Tuesday from 4:30-5:30 PM and sing at the 10:30 AM Mass once a month. There is a $10 refundable deposit to join the choir.

sign up

Communion with Christ is necessarily also communication with all who belong to him: therein I myself become a part of the new bread he is creating by the transubstantiation of the whole of earthly reality.

– Pope Benedict XVI

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