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All Saints Catholic Church at 2559 South Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80219 US - Home

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This is our home on the Internet. Here you will find the latest news and information about the church. Please take a moment to visit the online Calendar for upcoming events and our News page for featured articles. Visitors are invited to sign up for our online mailing list for special news and announcements.

We hope you enjoy your visit and encourage you to check back often for updates!

 email: churchofallsaint@qwestoffice.net Address : 2559 South Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80219 Mailing Address : 2560 South Grove Street, Denver, CO 80219 Phone : 303-922-3758 Fax : 303-922-3750 Pastor: Rev.: James Purfield - In Residence: Rev. Roland Freeman Deacon: Rev. Mr. Arthur Vigil

Office Manager & Director of Religious Education and Christian Initiation: Theresa Schilz

Services: Saturday 9 am & Anticipatory Mass:4:30 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8 a.m & 10 a.m. Holy Days: 9 a.m., Confessions: Saturday  3-4 p.m. (Confessions are also available in Spanish.) Weekday Mass: 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. Monday-Friday; .
Coffee & Donuts: Come join us in the Church basement after the 8 & 10 a.m. Masses for coffee, donuts and conversation. If you wish to volunteer to serve, leave your name with the volunteers and someone will call you. We look forward to seeing you there. Your help is deeply appreciated.
Parish Activities: We welcome you to our family program. We feel priviledged to present the Catholic Faith to you and we are dedicated to you and your children. We teach religious education on Wednesday and Thursday nights from 7pm-8:30pm and we ask that as parents, you attend also,in a special parent class,given by the Director of Religious Education. Our teachers are all dedicated volunteers and our classes range from pre-school to teenagers. We have RCIA and other activities, as well.
FAMILY RELIGIOUS PROGRAM Greetings from the Religious Education Office. *The Religious Education program at All Saints is called the Family Program. That is because the whole family attends classes.*We have religion classes for children 3 years old and up. Parents attend adult religious education classes.*Classes are held on Wednesday or Thursday so that you have a choice of evenings to attend. 2nd year Confirmation classes held Thursday evenings only. *Register early to ensure your choice of evenings. Classes sometimes fill and are closed to further enrollment. *Sacrament preparation (Communion, Confession, and Confirmation) takes two years. First Eucharist (Communion) preparation begins in first grade. Confirmation preparation begins in 9th grade. We also have classes for older children who have not yet received Eucharist (Communion) or Baptism. *Parents themselves may also prepare for the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation. *Parents are the very first teachers of religion and the best example to their children. Therefore, our policy remains the same; at least one parent or significant adult (grandma, aunt etc.) must attend with the children. *Tuition is $30.00 per family plus books. If there is a financial problem we will be glad to work with you. NO ONE will be turned away because of being unable to pay. *Our program lasts a total of 26 weeks. FALL SESSION: Sept. to Dec.  WINTER/SPRING SESSION: Jan. to April  *Registration for classes will begin Monday, August 1. You may register your family by calling 922-3758 or call the R.E. line at 922-7690 weekdays between 8:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. *I am looking forward to seeing all of you who have been involved in the Family Program. I am also looking forward to meeting all the new families who will be joining us for the first time. Theresa L. Schilz Director of Religious Education 
RCIA begins in September on Tuesday nights from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Learn about the Catholic Faith if you're not Catholic or refresh your knowledge.  We will be having a new beginning Bible study group, times to be announced soon.You can call Theresa at The Family Program for more information. That phone number is 303-922-7690.
The Lydias is our senior citizen group. They meet on Tuesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. They do crafts, have bake sales and pot lucks etc. They meet from September through May. Check them out. It's a fun group and a good way to socialise.
For Vietnamese Parishioners, we have assistance in language, as needed. Call for more information, 303-922-7690.
Catholic Writers Needed: We want to have a Family Program Newsletter this year. If you have a way with words, we could surely use you. You don't need any experience in this, except a love for the Church and a desire to express your opinion. Please contact The R.E. office at 303-922-7690 This website is dedicated to Mary, The Blessed Mother and all the Angels and Saints who love and revere her. She knelt at the cross in pain and sorrow, weeping for Jesus. She kneels at his feet weeping for us, her children, even now. We are faithful to the Roman Church and The Holy See. We have tried and will continue to try, to present the Catholic Faith in truth and honesty. There may be some controversial issues for you to think about. Philosophical thought is valuable in religion and spirituality. But remember we follow a Man, his name is Jesus; not just a collection of moral ideas. He was not just a man but the Son Of God. Times change. Cultures evolve. People do things differently. Jesus is the same. We can find great strength in him. We are dedicated to his line of thought. We are lay people, not saints or theologians. We do research on what we put up on the website. The only exception is the inspired writings and spiritual poetry, the controversial issues, which are food for thought and when I bother you with my opinions. We must not be afraid to speak up. This is America and we are children of God, not merely citizens of our society. Our world needs this truth as much as or maybe even more than they ever have. Anita Thomas, Parish Webmaster
*6/21/11*IN MEMORY OF ANITA THOMAS, mother of Theresa Schilz, who entered into Eternal Life late December, 2010, I dedicate this website to her who gave so much of her time & talent.


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