St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

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Please pray to God and see if you are able to help in Religious Education Classes. This is an opportunity you will not regret. Call Vicki Arndt, Kaitlyn Vite, Jamie Crane or Phyllis Schwarz in the office for details.

If you are interested in helping with any of the projects, contact Andrea or Margaret in the Office for details at (303) 688-3025.

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On bad weather days the office will be closed if the Douglas County High School is 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.

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Parish Campus Grounds

Picture of 006 shows the beautiful Our Lady of Guadalupe Garden that was recently completed!

Picture 012 shows the Beautiful Good Shepherd Garden.

We are blessed at Saint Francis to have 13.6 absolutely beautiful acres. A large part of our acreage has the Pope John Paul II Walking path and the Outdoor Stations of the Cross, including this most beautiful crucifix.

Beginning with the main entrance to our new Church Sanctuary, the campus was designed to have plenty of places where people can naturally gather or simply walk around for prayer and contemplation.

This beautiful shrine to Saint Francis was built by the parishioners to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the parish.

Just to the back of the Church is the beautiful Garden of the Resurrection. A Statue of the Resurrection will be place in the garden in the very near future. This area features a outdoor gas fireplace, a beautiful fountain, Memorial bricks and walking paths. A special portico dedicated to the Deacons who have served here and continue to serve here is also located here.

Recently the Western Portico was completed with a flagstone path and a seating area where one can enjoy the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.