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St. Rose of Lima Catholic Parish in Denver

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Church: 355 S Navajo St
Denver, CO 80223
USA
Phone
303-778-7673
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Pastor
Rev. Jerome Rohr

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 4:00 pm
English

Sunday: 9:00 am
English

Sunday: 11:30 am
Bilingual
English, Spanish

Weekday

Monday: 8:30 am
Communion Service

Tuesday: 8:15 am
September thru May is a School Mass

Wednesday: 8:30 am

Thursday: 8:30 am

Friday: 8:30 am
September thru May on first Friday of month is a School Mass

Confession

Saturday: 3:30 - 3:45 pm
Or by appointment with Fr Jerry

Special

Friday: 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Adoration

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About St. Rose of Lima Catholic Parish in Denver - Denver, CO

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We, the St. Rose of Lima Parish Family, in the tradition of the Catholic Church are committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are, through the mystery of Christ in us, bonded with the leadership of the church in our faithfulness to the entire people of God.
In the spirit of Our Savior and Lord, we understand that we are to be vitally concerned for one another. Our faith calls us to be radiant and joy-filled in our proclamation of God’s love, both in our daily lives and in our parish celebration of the Eucharist. We have been sent to heal the sick and comfort the broken hearted. We are entrusted with the task of reconciling those who are estranged, and welcoming home those who are lost.
We teach, through our words and actions, that God so loved the world that the Son was given to us that whosoever believes in Him shall not die but have life everlasting.

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