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St Elizabeth Ann Seton 2017 Picnic

LAST DAY TO SIGN UP IS AUGUST 23

SO WE CAN ORDER THE FOOD!

 

 August 27 starting at 11:30 am

 SIGN UP FOR THE PICNIC HERE  

 

Put out into the deep...

Join our parish family for our annual parish picnic

It is time to sign up your family for this free event!!! 
(Signing up allows us to purchase enough food for everyone attending.) 

Come join your parish family as we live our faith and build our future!

Each family should bring a dessert to share...Yum!!!

 

If you would like to volunteer please go to

this "SignUpGenius" site:

 VOLUNTEER HERE

All Volunteers (including those who provide games) and their one guest will get to move to the front of the food line

We need several games for the picnic
Please click below to sign up to bring a game

 GAMES  

Catholic Biblical School

 

REGISTER

Sean Forrest

 

 

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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'

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

 

 

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