In addition to the Diocesan Offices and Ministries found on this web site, there are multiple other ministries that serve the Colorado Springs Diocese community. The list below is a partial list of those ministries and we will be working on adding to this directory on an ongoing basis so please check back often.
Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services
Contact: Deacon Charles Matzker
Phone: (719) 597-4249
Catholic Committee on Scouting
The Committee is dedicated to promoting "Duty to God" at each level of Boy Scouting, Girl Scouting, American Heritage Girls and Camp Fire USA.
Contact: Curtis O'Connell
Phone: (719) 590-1104
Our mission is to practice medicine in a way that supports the principles of the Catholic faith in science; communicate Catholic medical ethics to medical professionals and society at large; assist Catholic hospitals in applying Catholic moral principles in healthcare delivery; and enable Catholic physicians to know one another and work together with deeper mutual support..
Celebrate St. Luke the Evangelist Feast Day Activities with St. Luke's Guild. This year’s White Mass for physicians and allied healthcare professionals is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Colorado Springs at 6:00 PM. There will be a reception following the White Mass celebrated by Bishop Sheridan. All members, non-members, and supporters with their family members are invited to attend. If you plan to join us for the reception dinner after Mass, please notify Dr. Ken Stone on or before October 15, 2018, by email or cell phone (firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 660-4770).
Contact: St. Peter Catholic Church
Phone: (719) 481-3511
Mind Your Head Co-Op: Traumatic Brain Injury Ministry
Contact: Deacon Patrick Jones
Respect Life Office
Contact: Julie Bailey
Phone: (401) 578-4471
The possibility of strengthening faith, and potentially changing lives, is what prompted the founding of The American Confraternity of the Holy Shroud (ACHS). The mission of the Confraternity is to develop ways that the Shroud, whether it is “authentic” or an iconic representation, of Jesus’ passion and death, may illuminate and strengthen Christian faith.
Contact: Evan McCarthy