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.

Fall 2022

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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Together we may offer this world of ours new signs of hope, and work to ensure that justice and solidarity will increase and that a new culture of human life will be affirmed, for the building of an authentic civilization of truth and love.
– St. John Paul II

THE ART OF HOSTING *
Kate Wheaton | Saturday, June 18 at 10:00 AM
As Christians we are called to be hospitable, but sometimes hosting events both large and small can seem overwhelming. Parishioner Kate Wheaton will be hosting a lovely and informative brunch in her home where she will be sharing hosting tricks and tips.
*If you are still interested in attending please email Anna at outreach@holynamedenver.org


HIKE & MOUNTAINSIDE REFLECTION
Creatio | Saturday, June 18 at 7:00 AM
Join Sodalit brother Chris Lanciotti and Creatio as they lead a moderate hike (3+ miles, suitable for ages 10 and up) with a reflection on care for creation. The group will meet at Holy Name at 7 AM. If carpooling please park in the west parking lot.


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!
Sign Up

BEER, ‘BUCH, & BREAD *
Thursday, June 23 at 7:00 PM
We’ve got 14 makers signed up to compete! Come and sample Craft Beer, Kombucha, and Bread from fellow parishioners and learn some practical tips for how to get started brewing and baking yourself. Limited number of tickets are available, reserve a spot before the event. Tickets are free of charge and allow you to sample and vote at the event!

If you make your own beer, kombucha, or bread you can sign up to be a part of the competition.
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FATHER & SON MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE
Philip Pedry | Saturday, June 11 at 10:00 AM
Fathers and sons will bond over levers, pulleys, and other mechanical things. Learn basic and practical rigging skills from an arborist and avid rock climber during this morning of fun! All ages are welcome.


MOTHER & DAUGHTER SPRING OUTING
Saturday, April 30 at 1:00 PM
An event for mothers and daughters of all ages, we invite you to spend an afternoon together with us. There will be a floral craft and parfait bar! This event has had a lot of interest already, and space is limited. In order to order craft supplies we ask that you sign up to attend by Saturday, April 9.


YOUNG ADULT SYMPOSIUM: SIMPLICITY & SCRUPULOSITY
Fr. Daniel | Thursday, March 24 at 7:00 PM
Not your typical young adult event! Join us for a discussion and drinks as Fr. Daniel opens up a conversation about the beauty of simplifying our lives by avoiding scrupulosity and over-analyzing.


LITURGICAL LATIN SERIES (TWO PARTS) *
Dr. Gerri Kelley | Wednesday, March 23/30 at 6:30 PM
We sing Latin at church, but what do the words actually mean? Join us for two informative sessions on liturgical Latin – what it means, how to pronounce it, and why we use it.

BASEMENT DIALOGUE: TRADITIONIS CUSTODES
Fr. Daniel | Thursday, March 10 at 7:00 PM

Traditionis Custodes is a document issued by Pope Francis in July on restrictions to the older form of the Mass. Fr. Daniel will share some reflections on a path forward for liturgical renewal.


PRAYER WORKSHOP & LENTEN RETREAT
Juan Fernando Sardi | Saturday, March 5 at 9:00 AM
In Lent, the Church invites us to grow in prayer. Join Sodalit brother Juan Fernando for a morning on developing your prayer life and what types of prayer may work best for you.

If you attended the workshop and are interested in having the Keynote, email Juan Fernando at  jfsardi@holynamedenver.org


CRISIS IN THE CHURCH: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Dr. Alan Fimister | Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 PM
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the crises the Church faces today? Come for an overview of how the Church has overcome some of the most difficult periods of history. Dr. Fimister is a British scholar and Professor of Theology and Church History at St. John Vianney Seminary.

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