As of March 17, 2020, due to the spread of coronavirus, Mass and all other events at St. Louis Parish are suspended until further notice. Daily Mass will be available online starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, please click the button below for the St. Louis YouTube channel.

Starting this coming Sunday, the fifth Sunday of Lent, we will offer the Mass live-streamed, and not just recorded. Starting on Monday the 30th we will Livestream Mass every morning at the usual time of 7:30 am, followed by exposition of the Blessed sacrament and rosary. Please be patient as this is all new for us, we are amateurs doing this with the help of some parishioners. It is also my intention to live stream the Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) on Friday the 3rd of April at 7 pm. We will send flocknote notifications, but you will also be able to view the events by clicking on the link above.

We are still doing for confessions on Saturday as usual at 3:30 pm, we only ask you to seat in the church 6ft apart and that we are not allowed to have more than 10 people at a time inside the church. We are available for confessions by appointment at any time.



8 AM  |  10 AM  |  5:30 PM


7:30 AM

Saturday Anticipatory
5:00 PM

Saturday Neo-Catechumenal Way Mass
7:30 PM

Croatian Mass: Last Sunday of the Month
12:00 Noon

Feast Days and Holy Days Mass Schedule


Saturdays – 3:30 – 4:30 pm or by appointment |  Weekdays – after the 7:30 am Mass


100 Years of Prayer

When Father Louis Hagus said the first Mass for St. Louis Parish on July 11, 1911, the city of Englewood, the State of Colorado and even the world was a much different place. Broadway and the surrounding streets were still unpaved and there were no traffic lights to be found anywhere in the U.S. The city of Denver was founded just 53 years earlier and Colorado had only been a state for 35 years. The area surrounding our present-day church was originally part of the old Orchard Place settlement and was named Englewood, “wooded nook,” when a few early settlements officially incorporated as a city in 1903.

The most visible aspect of St. Louis Parish is our church at 3310 S. Sherman Street. Begun within a year of the founding of the parish, the church is more than bricks and mortar. It holds the hopes and dreams and sorrows of thousands of parishioners who have passed through its doors, provided funds for its construction and improvement over the years, and volunteered to hammer, paint and clean, plant and decorate for a century of celebrations.

The stained glass windows throughout the church were funded through parishioner contributions, and created by Creative Stained Glass Studios.


St. Louis hosts two schools in our facilities

  • Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Classical School – Pre-K Montessori to 8th grade. For more information please apply online at or call 303-762-8307

  • Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Victory High School – for more information contact Garrett Cichowitz, Lead Teacher & Program Manager at or visit their website at
Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Victory