St. Gabriel completes year-long church expansion project

Bishop Michael Sheridan blesses new adoration chapel and social hall March 21
April 2, 2021  |  

 
March 5, 2021  |  

COLORADO SPRINGS. The 2021 Diocese of Colorado Springs directory is now available. The directory features an updated listing of chancery offices and staff, diocesan ministries, parishes, other organizations, and more. To request a copy of the directory, call 719-866-6492 or send an email to editor@coloradocatholicherald.com. An electronic version is available at diocs.org


 

2021 PARISH LENTEN SCHEDULES

(All parishes in Colorado Springs unless otherwise noted)
February 19, 2021  |  

PLEASE CHECK WITH INDIVIDUAL PARISHES AS MOST SERVICES REQUIRE SIGN-UPS AND HAVE CAPACITY LIMITS


 
February 5, 2021  |  By DEACON ED DeMATTEE

COLORADO SPRINGS. As it has every year since 2014, the Military Outreach Ministry provided Thanksgiving meals and Christmas gifts to the families of  military personal and wounded veterans who are in need. This year, though, the project took an interesting turn due to the challenges of the pandemic.  As we all had to adapt to the challenges of COVID-19 this past holiday season, the support of the Catholic faithful in our diocese in assisting our military and veterans within the Diocese of Colorado Springs remained unwavering.


 

2021 PARISH ASH WEDNESDAY SCHEDULES

Please check with individual parishes as most services require sign-ups and have capacity limits.
February 5, 2021  |  

Please check with individual parishes as most services require sign-ups and have capacity limits. A more extensive schedule of Lenten services will be published in the Feb. 19, 2021 issue of The Colorado Catholic Herald.

(All parishes in Colorado Springs unless otherwise noted.)


 
December 4, 2020  |  

 
November 6, 2020  |  By VERONICA AMBUUL

COLORADO SPRINGS. With new cases of coronavirus on the rise in Colorado, it could be another six months before long-term care facilities — including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, senior residences and rehabilitation centers — will be open to outside visitors. When that does finally happen, however, the Diocese of Colorado Springs will have a plan in place to better reach Catholics who are unable to regularly attend Mass.


 
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