Mondays (bi-weekly) | 7pm | Catholic Center
Lenten Bible Study
Want to spend time with other St. Tom’s women? Interested in getting more meaning out of Lent? Join us for With Jesus to the Cross: A guide to the Sunday Mass readings during Lent, on Mondays, Mar. 4 - Apr. 15, from 7:00-8:30 PM in the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Center Library. No advance preparation needed.
No advance preparation is required. Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the sessions for $10. A Kindle version can be ordered online.
Primarily for non-student women and post grad women students, who are interested in getting to know other women of the parish, while learning more about their Faith, scriptures, Church teachings and documents and themselves in the process.
St. Toms Moms is a great opportunity to meet other moms and share experiences, parenting tips, and a few laughs. We’re aiming to have a relaxed atmosphere for moms and children to come together and build community. We’ll provide opportunities to meet regularly for play groups and moms nights out 2-3x/ month. No weekly commitment is required. The best way to stay in the loop is to join our list serve by emailing the address below.
This group is for moms of all ages! Nursing infants welcome at all events.
Third Thursday of Each Month | 7:30pm | Church Basement Classroom
Group includes men 18 years or older who are interested in deepening their faith through fraternity, unity, charity, and patriotism. College students and parishioners are both welcome and encouraged to join.
Mondays | 7:30pm | Catholic Center
Around the world, CL groups are all reading the 2018 Spiritual Exercises of Communion and Liberation. Our weekly meetings are spent discussing how the text, and our faith in general, are true and relevant to our daily lives.
Group consists of young adults (25-40), some graduate students and recent graduates, but anyone is welcome to join!
The Church teaches that parents provide the most significant influence in establishing the foundation of a child’s faith. Our goal is to support you in developing your child’s spiritual development and offer opportunities to enhance their growth.
Summer 2019 | Church Hall
TOTUS TUUS (Latin for Totally Yours) is a fun and energetic parish based summer catechetical program for both grade school age children and middle and high school youth. TOTUS TUUS gathers together college students and seminarians from across the United States onto teaching teams of four in order to train them and send them out on the road to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ in various participating parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Denver and sometimes outside the archdiocese. The teachers’ youthfulness, energy, and ability to witness to the Faith make them particularly effective with children and young adults.
Sunday Evenings | 5pm | Sacred Heart of Mary
Our Sunday evening gatherings are a chance to get together weekly to grow our community through prayer, food, fellowship and faith. We use Scripture for our middle school Scripture foundations Bible studies and the F3 model (food, fellowship and faith) of discussion for high school. Our goal is to build up our youth in the practicals and understanding of how our faith applies to us so they can make the decision to own their faith as they continue through life understanding how it will bring a quality of life found no where except in Jesus Christ (Jn 3:15-16)
Group includes grades 6th-12th. Most events are split into two groups: Middle School (6th-8th grade) and High School (9th-12th grade).
If you are a student or grad student interested in joining a FOCUS bible study, please contact the below persons:
Men, please contact Luke Hicks: email@example.com | 915.433.2031
Women, please contact Samantha Ayers: firstname.lastname@example.org | 903.258.3774
The Lanky Guys (Fr. Peter Mussett and Scott Powell) are two utterly brilliant and charmingly witty Catholic theologians who host the wildly popular podcast, The Word on the Hill, which attempts to tie together all of the readings from the Sunday Mass.