1st Communion Preparation
The sacrament of Eucharist is offered at Cabrini every day at our masses. 1st Communion is offered through our Religious Education program. Children prepare for and celebrate their 1st Communion in 2nd grade, with 1st grade as a prerequisite.
For more information, contact the Religious Education office at (303) 953-7786
Perpetual Adoration Chapel
The Importance of a Specific Hour
In order to have a constant vigil of prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, we must make sure that each hour is covered. Therefore, it is necessary for each person to commit himself or herself to a specific hour once a week, for example, every Tuesday at 4PM.
In this way, we can organize all of the 168 hours of the week in such a way that someone is with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament all the time. We would like to have at least 2-3 registered people for each hour, so that if you are out of town or can’t make it you can coordinate with your “chapel partners” to make sure the hour is covered.
Sign up online below or call Anne Johnson at 303-886-7370 or email email@example.com for more information.
When you commit to an hour you will receive a welcome letter, guidelines for using the chapel and the code to access the chapel anytime, day or night. You are never limited to just one hour a week, but we appreciate you committing to one hour to help us keep our chapel covered.
Come Let Us Adore Him
The Perpetual Adoration Chapel is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to those who wish to spend time in the Presence of the Blessed Sacrament. We have adorers who are registered or each one of these hours so that He is never alone. Is God calling you to register for a regular hour once a week?
We Are Called To Be Holy
This hour Jesus wants you to spend with Him is spent any way you want. You may bring your own prayer books,read the books in the chapel, study the Bible, pray the Rosary, or just sit and enjoy the sweet peace that comes from simply being in the Presence of God. The mere fact that you take time out each week to spend a specific hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament pleases Him very much, and is in itself a prayer of great faith.