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St. Louis Ministries

Neo-Catechumenal Way

In 1993, the Neo-Catechumenal Way came to St. Louis Parish. In addition to the renewal of Baptism in individuals in a community, the Neo-Catechumenal Way emphasizes Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life as well as evangelization around the world by both priests and lay people. Today, St. Louis has six Neo-Catechumenal Communities. Each Community has seminarians assigned from Redemptoris Mater Seminary in Denver. The Communities assist in the formation of the seminarians. Lay people from St. Louis have been sent to various places around the world to evangelize.

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Knights of Columbus Council

The Knights of Columbus Pilgrimage Parish Council 14443 was chartered January 15, 2008 and has become an active and vital part of St. Louis Parish. Among the Council's fund raising objectives has been the purchase of ultrasound machines for community health clinics.

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St. Vincent House

St. Vincent House

“Father Roger Mollison was very pastoral and kind. One morning he looked out and saw a man sleeping on the front lawn. The man had a loved one in the hospital and could not afford a motel room. That gave Father Roger the idea to have a place that could help such people – that was the start of the St. Vincent House.”

The St. Vincent House provides housing for families with loved ones at Swedish Hospital and other Englewood medical facilities. The house is owned and supported by the St. Louis Parish.

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Respect Life

St. Louis has an active Respect Life program exemplified by our Pro-Life Memorial constructed in front of the rectory. The Memorial was dedicated March 19, 2002 by Archbishop Chaput.

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Croatian Catholic Ministry

Since 1999 St. Louis Catholic Church has supported the Christian Croatian Ministry of Fr. Mate Bizaca. Father Bizaca visits St. Louis the third Sunday of every month to offer the mass in the Croatian language.

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Project Gabriel

The Gabriel Project is an outreach program committed to helping pregnant women in need.  It is a network of volunteers and churches working together to assist women in our community. Help can be material, spiritual and emotional.

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The Catholic Foundation

St. Louis Parish has partnered with The Catholic Foundation to provide for future needs and ministries.  The Catholic Foundation of Northern Colorado stewards the St. Louis Parish Fund. 

The Catholic Foundation wants to help our parishioners understand the advantages of creating a Will.  After all, you can’t take it with you.  But you can give it a way to serve the greater good.
Will planning information is offered as a courtesy to donors by the Foundation. What better way to show your faithful support for our parish and enable us to provide for future generations.  How will you remember your parish?

Please visit the Catholic Foundation website or contact Jean Finegan at The Catholic Foundation at 303-468-9885.

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