Small Groups & Faith Formation
The following are the groups of the parish-- some in English, some Spanish, and some in both English and Spanish. Please call the contact person for more information of how to participate.
Adoracion Nocturna . . .
3er Sabado Hombres / 4to Sabado Mujeres,
9 pm Rm 1 ...If interested contact Juan Zamarripa (303) 356-0328
Bible Study . . .
Meets on Tuesday at 6:00 pm in Room 0...
Call Deacon David Plevak (507)358-8405 for more information.
Cristo y Yo . . .
Dia Miercoles 7 pm Rm 3-4...
If interested contact Laura Paredes (720)628-8397
Camino Neocatecumenal . . .
#1 Miercoles 7 pm Rm 1-2 Sabado 7 pm Rm 4-5... If you are interested contact Jose Villareal (720)532-3443
#2 Martes 7 pm Rm 1-2 Sabado 7 pm Rm 4-5 Contact Jose/Rosy Ortega (720)224-7441
Miercoles 7 pm Rm 5
Sabado 7 pm Rm 4-5...
Contact Miguel (720)709-9936
Communidad de Cristo . . .
Dia Jueves 7 pm, Rm 7...
If interested contact Jaime Ornelas (720)276-7934
Consagrades Corazones de Jesus y Maria . . .
Misa 1er Sabado del mes 8am...
Contact Carmen Guerrrero (303)373-5483
Consecrated Hearts of Jesus . . .
Mass 1st Saturday of the month 8am...
If interested contact: English Diana Johnson (303)373-1035
Crecimiento Espiritual . . .
Contact Salvador or Gloria Varela (303)750-8394.
Divine Mercy Rosary . . .
Friday at 9 am in the Church...
Contact Diana Johnson (303)373-1035.
Divina Misericorida Rosario . . .
Viernes 9 am Iglesia...
Rose and Ester.
Encuentros Matrimoniales . . .
If interested contact Maria and Marco Govea (720)385-6361
Escuelas San Andres . . .
If interested contact Carlos Munoz (720)385-6361.
Grupo De jovenes/Youth Group . . .
Every Tuesday / Cada Martes 7pm--9pm Rm 4-5...
Contact Greydi Gonzalez (720)447-5243
Grupo de Oracion . . .
Viernes 7:30 pm Iglesia...
If interested contact Nancy Loera (720)327-0826
Grupo de Padre de jovenes . . .
Martes 7 pm Rm 3...
If interested contact Raul Medrano (303)598-5169
Llama de Amor . . .
If interested contact Genoveva (720)224-4230
Movimiento Familiar Christiano Catolico . . .
If intetested contact Job and Elma Correa (720)789-4191
Oracion del Rosario . . .
Contact Martha Herrera (303)269-1892
Pequenas Commnidades . . .
Martes 7pm Rm 6...
If interested contact Rosario and Jose Saucedo (720)628-3297
Perdon . . .
Domingo 3 pm Rm 6...
If interested contact Salvador Varela (303)750-8394
Planificacion Natural . . .
If interested contact Mayra and Edgar Maya (720)436-0843
Prayer Group of Rosary & Divine Mercy . . .
Call Diana Johnson (303)373-1035 for more information.
Preciosa Sangre Getzemini . . .
1er y 3er Jueves 10:30 pm Iglesia...
If interested contact Jose Lopez (303)819-8601
Preparacion para ninos con necesidades especiales . . .
If interested contact Alejandra Murillo (720)323-9288
Prevencion and Rescate . . .
Lunes 7:30 pm Iglesia
Jueves 7:30 pm Rm 1-2, 6...
Contact Mari Soto 720-662-6822
Leo Neri 720-569-9370
Young Adults/Jovenas Adultos . . .
Contact Claudia 720-327-5062
High School Youth Group . . .
...for ages 13 to 17 years old
Tuesday / Martes 7pm Rm 4-5...
Contact Greydi 720-447-5243
YOUTH MINISTRY Three interdependent and equally important goals guide the Church's ministry with adolescents. These goals state what it means for the Catholic community to respond to the needs of young people and to involve young people in sharing their unique gifts with the larger community. They express the Church's focus for ministry with adolescents, while encouraging local creativity in developing the programs, activities, and strategies to reach these goals.
GOAL 1: TO EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE TO LIVE AS DISCIPLES OF JESUS CHRIST IN OUR WORLD TODAY.
Ministry with adolescents helps young people learn what it means to follow Jesus Christ and to live as his disciples today, empowering them to serve others and to work toward a world built on the vision and values of the reign of God. As we wrote in A Message to Youth:
As a baptized member of the Church, Jesus Christ calls you to follow in his footsteps and make a difference in the world today. You can make a difference! . . . In the words of the Holy Father: "Offer your youthful energies and your talents to building a civilization of Christian love . . . commit yourself to the struggle for justice, solidarity, and peace" (Homily at World Youth Day, Denver, 1993).
The challenge of discipleship—of following Jesus—is at the heart of the Church's mission. All ministry with adolescents must be directed toward presenting young people with the Good News of Jesus Christ and inviting and challenging them to become his disciples. For this reason, catechesis is an essential component of youth ministry and one that needs renewed emphasis. If we are to succeed, we must offer young people a spiritually challenging and world-shaping vision that meets their hunger for the chance to participate in a worthy adventure.
GOAL 2: TO DRAW YOUNG PEOPLE TO RESPONSIBLE PARTICIPATION IN THE LIFE, MISSION, AND WORK OF THE CATHOLIC FAITH COMMUNITY.
Young people experience the Catholic community of faith at home, in the parish (especially in youth ministry programs), in Catholic schools, and in other organizations serving youth. Ministry with adolescents recognizes the importance of each of these faith communities in helping young people grow in faith as they experience life in community and actively participate in the mission of Jesus Christ and his Church.
GOAL 3: TO FOSTER THE TOTAL PERSONAL AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH OF EACH YOUNG PERSON.
Ministry with adolescents promotes the growth of healthy, competent, caring, and faith-filled Catholic young people. The Church is concerned for the whole person, addressing the young people's spiritual needs in the context of his or her whole life. Ministry with adolescents fosters positive adolescent development and growth in both Christian discipleship and Catholic identity. Promoting the growth of young and older adolescents means addressing their unique developmental, social, and religious needs and nurturing the qualities or assets necessary for positive development. It also means addressing the objective obstacles to healthy growth that affect the lives of so many young people, such as poverty, racial discrimination, and social injustice, as well as the subjective obstacles to healthy growth such as the loss of a sense of sin, the influence of values promoted by the secular media, and the negative impact of the consumer mentality.
--excerpted from Renewing the Vision: A Framework for Catholic Youth Ministry