Sunday, November 1st - 22nd Sunday after Pentecost - Feast of All Saints
Monday, November 2nd - Feast of all Souls
Tuesday, November 3rs - Feria - Bl Martin de Porres C
Wednesday, November 4th - St Charles Borromeo BC - Ss Vitalis & Agricola Mm
Thursday, November 5th - Feria - Holy Relics
Friday, November 6th - St Leonard C - First Friday
Saturday, November 7th - St Alphonsus Rodriguez C - First Saturday
Sunday, November 8th - 23rd Sunday after Pentecost - Four Holy Crowned Martyrs

Please respect the following Health Guidelines per Colorado:

  • Please maintain physical distancing of 6 feet from members not of the same household.
  • Hand hygiene is strongly recommended: hand sanitizers, automatic soap dispensers, and sanitary wipes are available.
  • Families should sit together in a pew. Otherwise, please limit to 3-4 people to a pew.
  • Receiving Holy Communion is a choice and not mandatory to fulfill your Sunday obligation to attend Mass during this pandemic.
  • Those who are receiving Holy Communion: please line up in a single line - Epistle side first, then the Gospel side, then those in the vestibule, conference room, etc.
  • Pews and Holy Communion rail will be wiped down after Masses.
  • Respect those who choose to wear masks for protection of themselves, protection of others, or due to recommendations within their profession regarding COVID-19.
  • No socializing after Mass in the vestibule, unless you are outside or in the yard. Please do not block the exits, space recommended.

  • Heaven House children Put your costumes on quickly and meet in the school hallway immediately after the 9:00 Mass.
  • Masses on All Souls' Day: 8:30, 9:00, and 9:30 a.m.
  • Holy Souls' Remembrance: Special prayers for the Faithful Departed will be offered after all public Masses throughout the month of November. Please list those whom you wish to have remembered at Masses and prayers throughout the month on the All Souls' Day Remembrance envelopes and return them as soon as possible. An offering is not required but optional. Father will remember your intentions at each Mass he celebrates this month.

The beauty of "Communion of Saints"

Every time we recite the Rosary we attest, "I believe in the communion of saints."

When following the de Montfort method of praying the Rosary, we begin with “I unite with all the Angels and Saints in Heaven, with all the just on earth, and with all the faithful here present. I unite with Thee, O my Jesus, in order to praise worthily Thy holy Mother, and to praise Thee in her and through her.”

How beautiful is our claim: "I belong to the Communion of Saints!" We can elaborate on that: "God is my Father, my Brother, my soul's sweet Guest; Mary - the Mother of God! - is my Mother; the saints who have laid hold on their crowns are my brothers and sisters; the noblest inhabitants of the earth, those who are clothed with sanctifying grace, are my siblings and comrades. And, as their brother/sister, I can help the blessed in Purgatory reach the heavenly goal where they will put forth all their intercessory power to help me."

We are, please God, saints in the making. We all want to save our souls, and thus be saints at last. We all want to go home. And the beauty of it is that we know the way!

"Learn of Me, for I am meek and humble of heart."

"Take up your Cross and follow Me - - and you shall find rest for your souls."

"Behold your Mother"

Indulgences for Month of November

Totius Quoties: a plenary indulgence for the souls in Purgatory may be gained by any of the faithful from noon on November 1 to midnight at the end of November 2, as often as they visit the church to pray for the faithful departed, praying at each visit six Our Fathers, six Hail Marys, and six Glory Be's; provided also that they have gone to Confession (seven days before or after) and have received Holy Communion (within the day before or up to a week after.)

A plenary indulgence: applicable only to the Holy Souls, may also be gained by the faithful under the usual conditions during the period of eight days from the commemoration of All Souls' day inclusive, and on each day of the octave, when they visit a cemetery in a spirit of piety and devotion, and pray, even mentally, for the dead.

An indulgence of 3 years: once on each day of the month of November, may be gained by the faithful who recite prayers or perform other devout exercises in supplication for the faithful departed; a plenary indulgence if they perform these devotions daily for the entire month.

An indulgence of 7 years: may be gained on each day of the month, by those who take part in public services held in a church in intercession for the faithful departed; a plenary indulgence, if they attend at least 15 of these exercises and fulfill usual conditions.

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are the meek, for they shall possess the land.
Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted.
Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be satisfied.
Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy.
Blessed are the clean of heart, for they will see God.
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.
Blessed are they who suffer persecution for justice’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.