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Around the Diocese

04/03/2020 | Comments


Photos from around the diocese

(Top, left) The youth group at St. Joseph Parish in Colorado Springs made Divine Mercy rosaries and sold them for $10. All profits were donated to the building fund for the Catholic Student Center. Members of the youth group are pictured with Father Kyle Ingels and Father Gus Stewart, pastor of St. Joseph, on Feb. 23 (Photo by Cathy Kusman)

(Bottom, left) A screening of a new film titled “Fatima” was held in Highlands Ranch on March 8. The film was produced by Origin Entertainment, which is led by Dick Lyles, brother-in-law of Father Jim Williams. Pictured at the screening are (left to right) Dick Lyles, Martha Lyles, and Father Williams. (Photo by Brad Mikel/Mikel-Gamber Photography)

(Bottom, center) St. Peter Parish in Monument recently purchased a new bus for St. Peter School.

(Top, right) St. Peter parishioners donated a new golf cart to help with transportation between the parish ministry center and other buildings. The new ministry center accommodates nearly 600 people a week. (Photos courtesy of Father Gregory Golyzniak)

(Bottom, right) Divine Redeemer Parish held a “drive-through” food pantry distribution on March 23. St. Mary’s High School students and alumni of Divine Redeemer School helped to prepare food for distribution. (Photo by Diane Torrence)

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