St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

Donate Securely Online

Donate online!

Weather Information

On bad weather days the office will be delayed to open or closed if the Douglas County High School is delayed or closed. Please check your local TV stations for updates.

Classes and events will be canceled if the director/leader chooses to do so. Please watch your email or contact him/her directly.

Special Announcements

Feast of the Immaculate Conception
(Holy Day of Obligation)

Mass will be celebrated at
7 am - 12 noon, and 7 pm

National Night of Prayer
for Life

Thursday, December 8
10-11 pm (Mountain Time)
in the Church Sanctuary

Advent Penance Service

Tuesday, December 13
at 7:00 pm in the Church Sanctuary

Elements of the Catholic Mass: Episode 31! (free download)

Catholic Legacy Society

Catholic Legacy Society

more info

My Estate Manager

Donate online!

Follow Our Social Feeds

Follow us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter! Follow Fr. Brad's Blog!

Address & Phone

  • 2746 East Fifth Street
    Castle Rock, CO 80104

  • Map and Directions

  • Phone: 303-688-3025
    Fax: 303-405-6808

  • Office Hours

  • Monday - Friday
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Closed for lunch
    12:30 - 5:00 pm

Mass Times

  • Confessions

  • Fri: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
    Sat: 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
    (or by appointment)

  • Saturday

  • 5:30 pm Mass

  • Sunday

  • 7:30 am Mass
    9:30 am Mass
    11:30 am Mass
    5:30 pm Mass

  • Spanish

  • 1:00 pm Confessions
    1:30 pm Mass

  • Daily Mass

  • 7:00 am Mon-Fri
    6:00 pm Weds-Fri

  • Eucharistic Adoration

  • 6:30pm – 7:30pm Friday

Latest Bulletin

December 4, 2016

Screen Shot 2013-07-05 at 6.51.11 PM

From Our Pastor, Fr. Brad Noonan

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

First Sunday of Advent 2016!: The beginning of the year of grace 2017!

I personally love the traditions and seasons of the Catholic Church! Today we begin a new Church year with the First Sunday of Advent.

  • Advent has a two fold character, for it is a time of preparation for the Solemnities of Christmas, in which the First Coming of the Son of God to humanity is remembered, and likewise a time when, by remembrance of this, minds and hearts are led to look forward to Christ Second Coming at the end of time.
  • We begin lighting the candles of the Advent Wreath depending on the particular Sunday of Advent.
  • The Priest and Deacon wears purple, except for the Third Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday) where the color rose is worn.
  • The Gloria is not sung on the Sundays in Advent.
  • The Scripture readings on Sunday are from the A cycle – The Gospel of Matthew! It would be great to read and study the Gospel of Matthew this year!
  • The daily Scripture readings are taken from Year One (odd number years).
  • Beginning on December 17th we use the “O” antiphons.
  • I would encourage each family to purchase and use an Advent Wreath and to use a Catholic Advent Calendar! Both are great as a teaching resource for kids.
  • Advent is time to recall the cry of the early Christians: Maranatha! “Come Lord Jesus.” It is a good time to go to the Sacrament of Penance (Confession/Reconciliation) either on Friday evening from 6:30pm – 7:30pm/ Saturday afternoon from 4pm – 5:15pm/ or at Saint Francis of Assisi Advent penance service with multiple priests on Tuesday December 13th at 7pm. Of course you are most welcome to call and make an appointment for confession with either myself or Father Ricardo.
  • Don’t forget to attend Lessons and Carols!

My personal prayer for each of you is that this new church year of grace is a profound time of spiritual renewal and a time of a greater commitment to follow Jesus Christ more closely as an intentional disciple of Christ!

Fr. Brad

Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy

Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy