St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

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  • 2746 East Fifth Street
    Castle Rock, CO 80104

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

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

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  • Confessions

  • Fri: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
    Sat: 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
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  • 5:30 pm Mass

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

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    1:30 pm Mass

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

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  • 6:30pm – 7:30pm Friday

Latest Bulletin

May 21, 2017

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From Our Pastor, Fr. Brad Noonan

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

My personal thanks to the A team

The Sixth Sunday of Easter!

My personal thanks to the A team of David, Tyler, JP, Adam, and Javier who came in on Tuesday Morning and worked hard cutting the lawn around the front entrance, the hill, the Knights Gazebo, and did a lot of cutting in the Saint John Paul II prayer path and outdoor Stations of the Cross! You guys are awesome. My thanks to Bob for cutting around the Garden of the Resurrection and for Everett, Bill, Rick and Ken for working on the new rectory garden. My personal thanks also to Rita, Virginia, and Dennis for keeping up the Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi area. My personal thanks also to Lynne and Deacon Tom for your hard work as well. My personal thanks also to Francisco who maintains the roses at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Garden. It is because of great volunteer work – that we are able to have such a beautiful place of pilgrimage. There is always work to do around our 13.6 most beautiful acres. Please see either myself or Andrea to volunteer.

It is my hope to get a team once a month to come in and help. Members of the Knights of Columbus have graciously helped us in the past as well as the Teens from Workcamp. Again, since this is our home – and we are proud to have a place where many visitors come for pilgrimage – Please help us out if you can. You don’t have to bring equipment – just yourself. We’ll do a special BBQ as our way of saying thanks!

Please also remember that we now have the Father Solanus Casey OFM,Cap. Garden for the Poor located right across from the Our Lady of Guadalupe Garden. We have 15 raised beds now available for your to either bring in and plant vegetable plants that you either purchase from a retail establishment, or you can grow them from seeds. All the produce from the Garden goes to the poor! Deo Gratias!

Have a most blessed week!

Fr. Brad