RSVP DEADLINE: February 18th
COME CELEBRATE MARDI GRAS WITH YOUR CABRINI FAMILY! – Thursday, 2/28 from 6-8pm - masks & costumes welcome! Enjoy Cajun food from NoNo’s Cafe (kid-friendly options available), drinks, king cakes, face painting, music, games, and takeaways. The Cabrini original, comedic video series “Catholic Stereotypes” will also make its debut. Curious? Come join the fun! The evening is sure to bring plenty of smiles and leave all with a renewed spirit and new ideas on how to have a meaningful, transformative Lenten journey. The cost is $5/individual, $10/couple and $15/families of three or more.
This is an entirely FREE ministry, so come and join us for a delicious FREE MEAL and fellowship!
Come join us at one of our many Ash Wednesday services as we begin the journey through lent. See our complete schedule below:
12:00pm- Word Service, Ashes
5:00pm- Word Service, Ashes – Parish Hall
5:00pm- Word Service, Ashes - Church
*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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
February Second Sunday Outreach is also our Mercy in Motion project for the month– Feed the Hungry. We are joining the 11th Annual “Share Your Love” share your food, community food drive beginning Sat. morning, Feb. 9th at the Dakota Ridge High School parking lot. The food collection will continue at St. Frances Cabrini before and after all Masses on Sat./Sun., Feb. 9th/10th. 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 Dakota Ridge 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. Please bring non-perishable food items or personal care items on Sat./Sun., Feb. 9th/10th. Thank you!
Join us on Sunday January 27th, for activities for those in 1st-12th grades. The day will begin at 12:30pm with the Knights serving food. The Olympic Competition for grades 1-6 will be at 1:30pm, the EDGE Junior Dodgeball Tournament will be at 2:30pm, followed by our high school teens’ bi-annual Fraternity/Sorority Dodgeball Tournament at 3:30pm, with the Championship games at 7pm after the 5:15pm Mass.
The event is free and requires no registration. Questions? Contact Savannah at email@example.com
Fr. John Paul invites you to a very special Day of Prayer for Life to be held in the Church on Tues., Jan. 22nd. Adoration in the Church will begin at 7am (after the 6:30am Mass). The Blessed Sacrament will remain exposed in the Church all day until 7pm. Confessions will be available from 6:30-7:30pm. This powerful day of prayer will conclude with a beautiful Mass beginning at 7:30pm. (There will be no 9am Mass on this day.) You are welcome to join us at any time. If your small community or ministry would like to adopt one hour during the day, please contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Christmas Mass Schedule
CHRISTMAS EVE: Sunday December 24th
4:00pm- Church (Children's Choir)
4:00pm- Parish Hall (Schola Cantorum)
7:00pm- Church (Life Teen Band)
10:00pm- Church (Adult Choir)
CHRISTMAS DAY: Monday December 25th
9:15am- Church (Handbell Choir/Schola Cantorum)
11:15am- Church (Schola Cantorum)
*Parish Office Closed 12pm December 21st until January 2nd
A special holiday tradition for many, A Canto Deo Christmas! features the Canto Deo Festival Choir and Orchestra and has something to offer for all. The concert presents traditional carols, new works, and fresh arrangements of old favorites. Enjoy Vivaldi’s Gloria, John Rutter’s Sans Day Carol or Nathan Hofheins’ The Little Drummer Boy. Our audiences love singing along with the choir and orchestra to carols like O Come All Ye Faithful, Silent Night, and Joy to the World! And to celebrate our youngest patrons, we offer them the chance to conduct the orchestra. Plan now to join us on December 14th as we celebrate the magic of the Christmas season!
Tickets are required for entry. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. Ticket does not guarantee a seat. Doors to the seating area open approximately 30 minutes prior to the concert.
Attention All Seniors:
You Are Invited to the Senior Tea
Senior Tea with punch, cookies, caroling and much more!
Where: In the Parish Hall at St.
Frances Cabrini Parish
When: Sat., Dec. 8th, from 2:00 - 4:00pm
Please RSVP to Kaycee at:
303-973-8894 or email@example.com by Dec. 3rd.
Denver Art Song Project presents Religious Art Songs and Carols
Join us on Friday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the Music Room Theatre for Denver Art Song Project's first performance of the season. This family-friendly show will introduce you to the spiritual side of classical songs. In addition to songs by Ravel, Dvorak and Reger, you will experience Benjamin Britten's "Canticle 2- Abraham and Isaac" in a special, semi-staged experience.
This performance features St. Frances Cabrini parishioner, Eapen Leubner, Anna Englaender, Margaret Ozaki Graves and Steven Aguiló-Arbues.
The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is on Saturday December 8th. It is a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass will be at 5:30pm on Friday December 7th and at 9:00am on Saturday December 8th.
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.