Sacraments are visible signs of God's invisible grace. Here's a quick overview; click over to the individual pages to get more detailed information. Looking for Reconciliation times? Visit our Prayer & Worship page.

  • Baptism

    We would be delighted to welcome you or your child into the Catholic Church through the Sacrament of Baptism! Click here to learn more about the process for infant baptism, or click here to learn more about being baptized as an adult.

  • First Communion & First Reconciliation

    One of the most exciting sacraments for children to receive is their First Holy Communion, preceded by their First Reconciliation. Click here to learn more.

    The 2023-2024 Sacrament Preparation Program is FULL and not accepting new registrations. Registration for 2024-2025 will open in April 2024.

    For our Reconciliation schedule, please visit our Prayer & Worship page.

  • Confirmation

    This sacrament enriches you with special strength of the Holy Spirit to be true witnesses of Christ. Click here to learn more about Confirmation for teens, or here to learn more about Confirmation for adults.

  • Marriage

    Congratulations! We are happy and excited to be a part of this special journey with the two of you. This process takes 9-12 months, and the first step is to meet with Father to go through process. We are here to walk you through each step along the way. Contact Linda Van Matre at 720-419-0131 to get started.

    Were you already married in a civil ceremony, but would like to be married in the Catholic Church? We can help! Contact Linda Van Matre at 720-419-0131 for more information.

  • Anointing of the Sick

    Father Andrzej makes a special effort to visit with our parishioners who would like to receive this beautiful sacrament. Please contact Linda Van Matre to make an appointment: 720-419-0131.

    For Sacramental Emergencies, call 303-799-1036, option 2. 

  • Funerals

    We are here to support you during this difficult time and assist in planning Funerals and Celebrations of Life. Please contact Christy Felcyn at 720-419-0124 to begin preparations.

  • Becoming Catholic (RCIA)

    The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) and Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, Adapted for Children/Teens (RCIC/T) are the processes established for the universal Church for individuals to become Catholic and receive the sacraments of initiation – Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist. This initiation process also involves a parish community experiencing a renewal in faith as it prepares and welcomes new members into the Church. Click here to learn more!

  • Receiving Communion Outside of Church

    A team of specially trained EMHC (Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion) volunteers helps us reach our community members who are unable to attend Mass, in a variety of non-traditional settings, including the hospital, residential facilities, and nursing homes. Click here to learn more.

  • Requesting Sacrament Records

    Requests for Sacrament Records must be made in writing, by the person to which the record pertains, parents of a minor, or someone with legal guardianship. Click here to learn more and to access the form.

  • Holy Orders

    Whether you are actively discerning a vocation to the Priesthood, Diaconate, or Consecrated Life, our Diocese can provide information to help in your discernment. Visit our Diocese's website to learn more.