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Poudre River Explorer Events

We have two Poudre River Explorer Events coming up:

Family Game Night

Friday February 9th at 6-8pm at KOC Hall, 121 N. Meldrum.   

Bring your favorite board game and join us for old fashion family fun.  This is a pot luck event: Families with last name beginning A-K bring main dish, L-R bring side dish and S-Z bring dessert. 

Drinks and silverware will be provided by Explorers.   

Contact information:  Kendall, 970-689-6922, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  

 

Nineveh Challenge

February 23, March 30, April 8

 All are welcome to join Poudre River Explorers this Lenten Season on a three day spiritual journey for conversion of sinners.   Jonah trusted and followed God’s plan.  Jonah converted the king and the entire city of Nineveh by boldly proclaiming the word of God.  Nineveh was so big that it took Jonah three days to walk through the city.  

Poudre River Explorers invite your family to walk with us on a three day Nineveh Challenge Journey:

DAY 1) Stations of Cross and Sacrament of Reconciliation at Elizabeth Ann Seton Church on Friday, February 23rd

- 6:30 pm rosary and confession

- 7:00 pm, Stations of Cross.

- Come early and attend SEAS Knights of Columbus Fish fry in Seton Hall.  

DAY 2) Attend Reflection hike at Abby of St. Walburga, Virginia Dale, Colorado on Good Friday, March 30th at 10am.

DAY 3) One hour of adoration and praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet at St Joseph Church on Sunday, April 8th from 2 to 4pm. 

Contact Info: Tom Selken 970-218-1565                   

 

BREAKING NEWS

 

Julia Greeley's remains to be transferred to Cathedral Basilica

Ceremony provides unique opportunity to view relics of Denver's 'Angel of Charity'

 DENVER - As part of the ongoing investigation into the life of Servant of God Julia Greeley (d. June 7, 1918), the Archdiocese of Denver is transferring the mortal remains of Denver’s “Angel of Charity” to her final resting place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  

The Transfer of the Remains Ceremony will take place Wednesday, June 7, at 10am at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, 1530 Logan St. 

 

This will be the only opportunity for people to view the remains before they are enclosed in their final resting place. 

 

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Archbishop Aquila: Your life in God's hands

 

How are priests to respond to a person who asks for sacraments but has requested physician-assisted suicide? Archbishop Aquila summarizes a set of recently published guidlines for priests, called "Into Your Hands I commend My Spirit."

 

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Confessions of a Catholic revert

 

Dr. Francis Beckwith, visiting professor of conservatiove thought and policy at CU Boukder and self-proclaimed Catholic revert, will be speaking at Archbishop's Lecture Series Feb. 7. Combining witty humor with a robust intellect, he's one speaker you won't want to miss.

 

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Be weird. Be simple. Be one.

 

 

 

How complicated do Catholic weddings need to be?

 

 

Archbishop on "Amoris Laetitia": The world needs beautiful marriages

 

 

After much prayer and reflection, Archbishop Aquila has released his statement on "Amoris Laetitia". 


"The world is in desperate need of beautiful, uplifting witnesses of faithful marriage," he said. 

 

 

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Saints as spouses:

 

 

The holy spouses of Lisieux

 

 

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Archbishop: When evil appears to win, turn to the Eucharist

 

This week I want to share with you two important themes that have come to me in prayer: the need for prayer and reparation for the atrocity of abortion, and the way that Christ sustains and builds our faith through the Eucharist.

 

 

 

 

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