Habits of Happiness + Adoration Updates
Habits of Happiness:
A Bible Study for Adults
As Fr. Hilton explains in the video above, we will start live streaming
Habits of Happiness
tomorrow, Thursday evening, at 7:00pm MDT. We encourage you to gather in your homes, open your Bibles, and tune in to hear how St. Paul's tips for daily life can transform your marriages and families.
Habits of Happiness Live Stream Page
Note: if you are not able to join us live, we will upload the recordings to the website for you to watch whenever you are able.
An Oasis of Prayer in a Quarantined City
We have been very moved by the numbers of people who have joined us for adoration in the past week, and we are very excited to continue offering this opportunity for prayer, especially in light of the recent "shelter-in-place" order. Visiting churches for religious devotions is
under the recent decree, along with shopping for food and medicine, so when you (or your kids) are getting a little stir-crazy, come and pay a visit to our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament!
To ensure that all of our parishioners are kept safe, we will be placing
around the church to wipe down pews and other surfaces, and we ask that anyone who is sick or has been exposed to the virus continue to pray from home.
Starting on Sunday, March 29th, adoration will begin daily from 11:00am until 5:00pm.
If you can sign up for an hour before then, click the
below to help us fill the remaining "one-time" hours this week. If you can commit to covering an hour every week, click the
below to select your hour or sign up as a substitute (click "Become a Sub" at the bottom of the page).
Click Here to Sign Up for a One-Time Hour This Week
Click Here to Sign Up for a Weekly Adoration Hour
Praying with the Pope
Today, March 25th, is the Feast of the Annunciation, and Pope Francis has invited Christians around the world to unite in
praying the Lord's Prayer at noon
as a unified appeal to the Risen Christ for His Victory to be made manifest on earth.
Additionally, this Friday, March 27th, at 11:00 am MDT, the Pope will offer an
extraordinary Urbi et Orbi
blessing to the entire world, especially those suffering from the current pandemic. This blessing is normally only given at Christmas and Easter, and is accompanied by a
. All of the faithful are encouraged to join him for a time of prayer streamed from the
on Wednesday, March 25 at 11:03AM