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Mercies in Disguise - Miscarriage and Infant Loss Support Ministry One Year Later

by Ashley Slack

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Following the loss of our baby, Bernadette Marie, to an early miscarriage in Spring 2021, my family and I have found ourselves frequently walking the sacred grounds of Mount St. Francis in Colorado Springs. The presence of a large Our Lady of Lourdes grotto, complete with a kneeling St. Bernadette statue, has been of great comfort to me as I have grieved and sought healing. 

Holy Rosary Chapel in Cascade now available for daytime events

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CASCADE. The Holy Rosary Chapel in Cascade has recently updated its facilities and grounds. Groups within the diocese are welcome to sign up for a group retreat, prayer group or other type of day use. The chapel is located at 4435 Holiday Trail, just 10 miles from downtown Colorado Springs along Highway 24. The ADA-accessible facility has seating for 80 within the lovely stone chapel. Amenities include a pipe organ, keyboard, sound system and beautiful acoustics.

Revive Alive - The Eucharistic Revival in the Diocese of Colorado Springs

By Father Jim Baron

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Welcome to the first in a series of articles on the Eucharistic Revival in the Diocese of Colorado Springs! Once a month, we will cover important topics about the Eucharist, what that gift means for us as Catholics, and how we live that faith. There will be quotes from the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other recommended reading to help you go deeper into the subject. This page will be complemented every other issue with some thoughts on reclaiming Sunday as the Lord’s Day. We hope these sections will be helpful in your own faith, knowledge, and love of our Lord’s True Presence in the Eucharist!

THE CATHOLIC REVIEW: Our Beloved Pets and St. Francis of Assisi

by Deacon Rick Bauer

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Jesus used parables to illustrate important spiritual truths to listeners hungering to know about the Kingdom of God. Parables also serve to protect timeless truths from skeptics and nay-sayers. We are delighted to review an extended parable written by John Pearring, who is not a stranger to our diocese.

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    Human trafficking presentation set for June 29

    Counselor and author Dann Aungst will give a talk on the connection between pornography and sex trafficking on June 29 from 10-11 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Colorado Springs. The presentation is for all adults and does not contain...
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    Independence Day celebration set for July 6

    PARKER. Knights of Columbus Council 7880 at Ave Maria Parish in Parker will host its annual Independence Day celebration on July 6 at Ave Maria. This year, a Car Show will take place in the church parking lot. Check-in begins at 9 a.m., followed...

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