Mar
3
Apr 14

Stations of the Cross

Stations will be held in the church every Friday evening during Lent with the exception of Good Friday (April 14th) when the stations will be held at 3pm.

Apr
1
6:00 pm18:00

Cabrini Parish Seder Dinner

Our annual Parish Seder Dinner will take place on Saturday, April 1st at 6:00pm in the Parish Halls. There will be an opportunity to sign-up and reserve your table after masses on Saturday March 19th and Sunday March 26th.


Mar
21
7:00 pm19:00

Healing Mass at St. Frances Cabrini

You are invited to a monthly Healing Mass here at St. Frances Cabrini.

God is always with us to heal us and comfort us in our sufferings. These Masses are special opportunities to invite the Holy Spirit to touch you deeply and heal those emotional, physical or spiritual places that are in need of God’s healing graces. Please join us to praise God and be open to how He wishes to work in our lives as we humbly come before Him, who is rich in mercy.

If you have any questions, please contact Fr. Israel at frisrael@sfcparish.org

Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

Knights of Columbus Fish Fry

The Knights of Columbus will be serving a Fish Fry dinner on Fridays during Lent beginning through March 3rd.

The meal includes baked or fried fish, french fries or rice pilaf, clam chowder, coleslaw, bread/butter and coffee, tea or lemonade. This year we will be introducing mac & cheese for the kids!

Adults: $10.00
Children (age 5-12): $6.00
Children (age 5-12) (Mac & Cheese): $4.00
Children under 5: FREE

We will be serving from 5pm-7pm. Desserts are extra at the Ladies Auxiliary Bake Sale.

Mar
1
6:30 am06:30

Ash Wednesday

Come join us at one of our many Ash Wednesday services as we begin the journey through lent. See our complete schedule below:

6:30am- Mass
9:00am- Mass
12:00pm- Word Service, Ashes
5:00pm- Word Service, Ashes – Parish Hall
5:00pm- Word Service, Ashes - Church
7:00pm- Mass

*Canon 1251: Abstinence from eating meat or another food according to the prescriptions of the conference of bishops is to be observed on Fridays throughout the year unless they are solemnities; abstinence and fast are to be observed on Ash Wednesday and on the Friday of the Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Feb
26
8:00 am08:00

Knights of Columbus Parish Breakfast

The Knights of Columbus will be serving a Burrito and Pancake Parish Breakfast in the Parish Hall from 8-11am, after the 7:15am and 9:15am Masses.

Prices: ages 5-14 are $3; 15-99 are $4 and under age 5 are free.
Parents with children pay a family maximum of $12.

Everyone is welcome to attend! Proceeds will benefit our parish and various Knights of Columbus charities. Don’t forget the Ladies Auxiliary Bake and Craft Sale at each breakfast!

Feb
25
7:30 pm19:30

Mardi Gras Jazz - SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

Come and enjoy a Mardi Gras night of jazz in a cabaret setting with The Jeremy Wendelin Jazz Quartet as they perform the music of Dave Brubeck on Fri., and Sat., Feb. 24th and 25th, at 7:30pm in the Music Room Theatre. Tickets are $15 and Refreshments are included

Feb
24
7:30 pm19:30

Mardi Gras Jazz - SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

Come and enjoy a Mardi Gras night of jazz in a cabaret setting with The Jeremy Wendelin Jazz Quartet as they perform the music of Dave Brubeck on Fri., and Sat., Feb. 24th and 25th, at 7:30pm in the Music Room Theatre. Tickets are $15 and Refreshments are included

Feb
23
6:30 pm18:30

Enter Lent Evening

Mark your calendars now for our Enter Lent event on Thurs., Feb. 23rd, 6:30-8:30pm. Our theme this year is “Grace & Mercy.” Our very own Deacon John Mrozek will lead us in a discussion titled, “Are You Happy?” Deacon John will focus on virtues and grace and how they lead to happiness.

Also during this evening we will introduce our Lenten booklet for all parishioners to use during the Lenten season. This year’s booklet will incorporate small snippets of our Sunday readings for your Lectio reflection along with some sacred art for use within your small community, your family or even just for your own personal reflection. Space is limited. Reservations are required. Contact Karen at 303-953-7784 or klotspeich@sfcparish.org

Feb
11
Feb 12

9th Annual "Share Your Love Food Drive"

February Second Sunday Outreach is also our Mercy in Motion project for the month– Feed the Hungry. We are joining the 9th Annual “Share Your Love” community food drive beginning Sat. morning, Feb. 11th at the Columbine High School parking lot. The food collection will continue at St. Frances Cabrini before and after all Masses on Sat./Sun., Feb. 11th/12th. This is easy; just bring any non-perishable food items with you when you come to Mass and drop it off at a table or in one of our food collection bins. Or you could just drive by Columbine High School on Saturday morning and someone will come to your car and get your food items. All foods collected will go to Cabrini’s Cupboard and other small, local church food pantries. We also hope to help St. Anthony of Padua with whatever they need for their food pantry. Please bring non-perishable food items or personal care items on Sat./Sun., Feb. 11th/12th. Thank you!

Feb
8
9:45 am09:45

Women's Book Study Begins

This Spring Semester brings a new book to study. The book is Courageous Virtue: A bible Study on Moral Excellence for Women by Stacy Mitch.

The Sessions will begin on Wednesday Feb 8th and continue through April 5th. The sessions will be held in the comfortable Living Room of the Community from 9:45 to 11:30a.m.

I will order and have the books available for the first session. The book cost is $10. As always, we do have scholarships available that will cover the cost of the book. Reserve your spot today.

If you have any questions or would like to register please contact Karen at 303-953-7784 or klotspeich@sfcparish.org.

Feb
5
Feb 6

Community Sunday

Gather with other parishioners after the morning masses for donuts, coffee and a displays of our various ministries. This is a great way to meet others in the parish as well as gather information on ministries you may be called to.

Jan
29
1:00 pm13:00

Family Winterfest: January 29th

Please join us on Sun., Jan. 29th, for activities for those in K-12th grades. The day will include an Olympic Competition for grades K-5, a Foundations (6th grade) and EDGE Olympics, as well as our high school teens’ bi-annual Fraternity/Sorority Dodgeball Tournament.

The championships for the high school tournament will be after the 5:15pm Mass. The event is free and requires no registration. There will NOT be fan bags this year, but all kids are invited to show up and participate.

Jan
21
7:00 pm19:00

Magic and The Movies

Arts at Cabrini presents MAGIC AND THE MOVIES. On Saturday January 21, at 7:00pm, Come and enjoy the movie “The Big Friendly Giant” with a performance by master illusionist and parishioner Gus Hartmann in the Frassati Room.

Jan
20
6:00 am06:00

Adoration and Mass For Life

Fr. Sean invites you to a very special Day of Prayer for Life to be held in the Church on Friday, January 20th. It begins at 6am. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will remain in the open Church until 6:30pm.

This powerful day of prayer will conclude with a beautiful Mass beginning at 7pm. (There will be no 9am Mass on this day)

You are welcome to join us at any time throughout the day, but we encourage you to commit to a specific hour of adoration as an individual, small faith community or ministry.

Please visit the Respect Life table in the Gathering Space next weekend, Jan.14th/15th to sign up for an hour. Please call Karen at 303-523-9760 for more information.

Your prayers for life make a difference!

Jan
16
9:00 pm21:00

Parish Office Closed

The Parish Office will be CLOSED on Monday January 16th following the 9:00am daily mass as we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. day.

Jan
14
10:30 am10:30

March For Life Denver

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Celebrate Life!
‘Tis the season for giving thanks for the greatest gift of all - life! Bring the entire family to Celebrate Life on Sat., Jan. 14th by attending one or more of the planned events!

10:30am:
Youth Rally at St. Elizabeth of Hungary (1060 11th St.)

11:00am:
Downtown Masses - Annunciation Parish (Spanish), Holy Ghost, Holy Rosary (Spanish), Our Lady of Guadalupe (Spanish), St. Dominic (Spanish) and St. Elizabeth of Hungary.

11:30am:
Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (1530 Logan St.) with Archbishop Samuel Aquila.

1:00pm:
Celebrate Life Rally at the Capitol with speakers Chris Stefanick, Abby Johnson and Archbishop Aquila.

2:00pm:
March for Life around Civic Center Park. Questions? Please contact Alexa Forster at 720-799-9299 or aforster@ccdenver.org

 

Dec
31
Jan 1

Mary, Mother of God (Holy Day of Obligation)

Mary, Mother of God
(Holy Day of Obligation)

New Year's Eve: Saturday December 31st 
Mass at 4:15pm

New Year's Day: Sunday January 1st 
Masses at 7:15am, 9:15am & 11:15am
(NO 5:15pm
Life Teen Mass)

Dec
28
7:00 pm19:00

O Come All Ye Faithful: A Night of Prayer and Worship

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O Come All Ye Faithful:
A Night of Prayer and Worship

Wednesday December 28th 7pm

Join us on Wednesday December 28th from 7pm-8:30pm in the parish halls for a night of Christmas Praise and Worship. The Life Teen Band lead music for this evening of prayer and Steve Nepil will share a Christmas reflecion.

Hot Chocolate will be served!

Dec
24
Jan 2

Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Mass Schedule
*Parish Office Closed Friday December 23rd AFTER 9:00am Mass


CHRISTMAS EVE: Saturday December 24th
4:00pm- Fr. Sean in Church (Children's Choir)
4:00pm- Fr. Israel in Parish Halls
(Schola Cantorum)
7:00pm- Fr. Mau in Church (Life Teen Band)
10:00pm- Fr. Sean, Fr. Mau & Fr. Israel in Church (Adult Choir)

CHRISTMAS DAY: Sunday December 25th
9:15am- Fr. Sean in Church (Handbell Choir/Schola Cantorum)
11:15am- Fr. Israel in Church (Schola Cantorum) 

*THERE WILL BE NO 7:15am or 5:15pm MASSES

*Parish Office Closed Monday December 26th. NO 9:00am Mass

Mary, Mother of God (Holy Day Masses)
New Year's Eve: Saturday December 31st 
4:15pm Mass

New Year's Day: Sunday January 1st 
Masses at 7:15am, 9:15am & 11:15am (NO 5:15pm Life Teen Mass)

*Parish Office Closed Monday January 2nd AFTER 9:00am Mass

Dec
18
2:00 pm14:00

St. Frances Cabrini Christmas Concert

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St. Frances Cabrini Christmas Concert

December 18th 2pm

The St. Frances Cabrini Choirs and Orchestra invite you to a free Christmas Concert onSunday, December 18, 2:00pm The Adult, Children, and Handbell Choirs, as well as the Life Teen Band will be performing music for Advent and Christmas.

Come enjoy the sounds of the season.

Dec
13
7:00 pm19:00

Advent Confessions

On Tues., Dec. 13th, St. Frances Cabrini will offer Confessions, from 7-10pm in the Church and Parish Hall for individuals to have the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Additional priests will be available. Come and be reconciled to God.

Dec
7
Dec 8

Feast of The Immaculate Conception (Holy Day)

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is on Thurs., Dec. 8th. It is a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass will be at 9am and 7pm on Thurs. December 8th and at 5:30pm on Wed., Dec. 7th

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception centers on the belief that Jesus’ mother, the Virgin Mary, was conceived without sin. Pope Pius IX issued an apostolic constitution, known as the Ineffabilis Deus, on December 8, 1854. This document clarified the importance of the Immaculate Conception in the Catholic Church.

Dec
5
Dec 7

3-Evening Mission!

Our parish mission, Give God a Second Thought, is just around the corner. We urge all parishioners to set aside time on Dec. 5th, 6th and 7th, from 7-8:30pm, so you can fully participate in the mission. Those who are familiar with parish missions know what an important renewal opportunity a mission can be.

Our mission this year will feature Fr. John E. Collins, CSP. The focus of this mission revolves around the question, “Can you describe what happens in those events in your life in which you experience the presence of God?” Fr. John will help us to become more articulate about our experience of God so that our own faith life might be strengthened and the faith life of the parish might be deepened so that a greater witness to God might be manifested to our neighbors. The ultimate goal is to move people to reach out to others by sharing their faith. If you have never been to a mission, please join us for an inspiring and faith filled experience. We know all will be blessed by participating. Each evening will be engaging, inspiring, and will stir up the flames of faith that so often lie dormant within us.

Childcare will be provided with a reservation. Please email Christina at cjones@sfcparish.org

Dec
3
6:00 pm18:00

Small Faith Community Social

The Social on Sat. Dec. 3rd, at 6pm in the Parish Hall is an evening that is specially designed for small faith communities! It is a Potluck meal where we will supply the succulent ham and you bring the rest of the fixings and dessert for your table to enjoy. Yes, you may bring wine for your table.This year we will be playing Jeopardy with our own handsome host Tyler Tracey.

Registration is required by Nov. 23rd. Please contact Karen at klotspeich@sfcparish.org or 303-953-7784 to register.

Nov
13
Nov 20

Christmas Tree Fundraiser

The Youth Office is taking orders for Christmas trees and wreaths. The order forms are included in this week’s bulletin and can also be found in the Gathering Space or on the Youth Office Website at www.sfcparish.org/youth.

Orders are due by Sun., Nov. 20th, and the trees will be available for pick-up on Sun., Dec. 4th, from 10:30am-12:30pm. All proceeds from the sales will be donated to the South Sudanese American Orphaned Rehabilitation Organization (SSAORO), founded by James Manyror, who is a member of our parish and whom we have been privileged to host as a speaker here.

Please visit www.saoro06.org for more information about Gumriak Orphanage and Community School.

St. Frances Cabrini Feast Day Dinner
Nov
12
6:00 pm18:00

St. Frances Cabrini Feast Day Dinner

This very special feast day for our patroness, St. Frances Cabrini, is Sun., Nov. 13th. We are planning a very special Italian feast in the Parish Hall to honor and celebrate St. Frances Cabrini on Sat., Nov. 12th, at 6pm. The St. Frances Cabrini Choir is working on some very special music for this event. Tickets are $5.00/individual, $10.00/couple or $15.00/family and will be available after all Masses on Oct. 29th/30th and Nov. 5th/6th or online by clicking the button below. The proceeds from ticket sales are to benefit the Mother Cabrini Shrine.