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St. Patrick Parish to hold continuous adoration June 4-10

By Jim Pierson

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COLORADO SPRINGS. St. Patrick Parish will continuously adore the Blessed Sacrament in Our Lady of Knock Chapel after the 11:30 a.m. Mass on June 4 through June 10 at 4 p.m. This extended period of adoration will be in honor of the Feast of Corpus Christi on June 11 and to highlight the start of the second year of our nation’s Eucharistic Revival — which will be focused on the parish level. 

Local St. Vincent de Paul society receives grant for rent and utility assistance

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COLORADO SPRINGS. The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Holy Apostles Parish received a grant of $4,000 to provide rental and utilities assistance to people in need.
The grant was awarded by the Mountain View Round Up Fund, a community outreach of Mountain View Electric Association (MVEA). 

Holy Trinity’s new cookbook is a ‘scrapbook’ of the parish

by William J. Dagendesh

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COLORADO SPRINGS.  Holy Trinity Church has published a new, one-of-a-kind cookbook designed to thrill the taste buds while evoking memories of Mom’s home cooking.

Trinity Treasures is a publication crammed with mouthwatering recipes ranging from old family cheesecake recipes to gluten and dairy-free meals. The 184-page cookbook contains 400 recipes, comes in a 3-ring binder with tabbed dividers and costs $10. A 16-page booklet of helpful cooking hints also is included.

Catholic Outreach to Northern Ukraine has new chaplain

By Jim Dalrymple

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Father Tomasz Jamka, pastor of Holy Apostles Parish, has been named the new chaplain and executive director of Catholic Outreach to Northern Ukraine, (CONU) the organization founded by Father Paul Wicker in the mid-1990s to help the Catholic Church in Ukraine rebuild after decades of Communist oppression.

St. Pat’s outreach extends beyond parish boundaries

By Theresa Ward

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COLORADO SPRINGS. As daily news reports shift from mass shootings to depictions of war in Ukraine, it is easy to become desensitized to the suffering of the world. But St. Patrick Parish in Colorado Springs took the message of Pope Francis — to go to the peripheries and bring hope to the suffering — by reorienting their annual Giving Tree project to address needs beyond the boundaries of their local community.

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