"In the sight of angels I will sing your praises, Lord" (Pslam 138)
Our Guardian Angels parish is dedicated to cultivating and nurturing our Catholic faith in building our family community. Annually a series of community building events are heldWe gather as a community annual events all year round. Our community enjoys gathering
“Just as each of our bodies has several parts and each part has a separate function, so all of us, in union with Christ, form one body, and as parts of it we belong to each other.”
Paul’s Letter to the Romans
Sunday, April 14 – Palm Sunday – Regular Mass schedule with Procession from the small white church
Monday, April 15 – Daily Mass 5:30 pm
Tuesday, April 16 – Chrism Mass at the Cathedral 11:00 am (Daily Mass 8:00 am CANCELED)
Wednesday, April 17 – Daily Mass 8:00 am
Holy Thursday, April 18 – Mass 7:00 pm with washing of the feet (Daily Mass 8:00 am CANCELED)
Good Friday, April 19 – Service 7:00 pm (Daily Mass 8:30 am CANCELED)
Holy Saturday, April 20 – Easter Vigil 8:00 pm (Replaces the 5:00 pm Mass)
Easter Sunday, April 21 – Mass 7:30 am, 9:00 am, and 10:30 am
Monday, April 22 – Offices Closed, Mass CANCELED, RCIA CANCELED
You are invited this Lent to cut back on food and entertainment, and then give what you would have spent in order to share with the poor. You can do that through the Rice Bowl Project, or use the golden bowl in front of the altar to give to the Precious Blood Reconciliation Center in Chicago; remember the great talk Sr. Caroline Hoying, CPPS, gave last year. The young men and teens that Sr. Caroline and others of the Precious Blood Family serves deserves your help and support because of the effectiveness of their mission of reconciliation, and working with these men to live good lives.
Fridays in the Parish Center and Church
March 8 5pm Fish Fry-Knights of Columbus 7pm Way Of The Cross-Fr. Alan
March 15 5pm Fish Fry-Knights of Columbus 7pm Way Of The Cross-Women’s Group
March 22 5pm Fish Fry-Knights of Columbus 7pm Way Of The Cross-Knights of Columbus
March 29 5pm Fish Fry-Knights of Columbus 7pm Way Of The Cross-Fr. Alan
April 5 5pm Pasta Dinner-Women’s Group 7pm Way Of The Cross-Children’s RE
April 12 5pm Fish Fry-Knights of Columbus 7pm Way Of The Cross-Youth Groups
April 18 Holy Thursday Service – 7:00 pm
April 19 Good Friday Service – 7:00 pm
Holy Saturday – Easter Vigil – 8:00 pm
Easter Sunday – 7:30 am; 9:00 am; and 10:30 am
Monday, April 22 – Office is Closed
Oktoberfest is Guardian Angels’ annual parish celebration and fundraiser. The community shares in celebration of a traditional German supper, with beer garden, live and silent auctions, music and dancing, along with a variety of children’s activities through the evening. A portion of the funds raised are contributed back to the Berthoud Mead communities in outreach charities.
Sponsorship donations and ticket purchase available at the parish office or through the https://meadangels.org website using the Online Giving link.
Tickets: Adult $12 in advance; $15 at the door Child (5-12 yrs) $5 in advance; $6 at the door Family $40 available only through Oct 5th.
On Sunday following Oktoberfest, the parish gathers together to celebrate our annual Mass of Unity.
If you can volunteer for any of the committees, please contact the parish office.
THE FEAST OF THE HOLY GUARDIAN ANGELS
Saturday, October 6, 2018
3:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Mass of Unity Celebration
Sunday, October 7, 2018
Annually the Women’s Group attends a day long retreat at St. Walburga’s Abby in northern Colorado, Directed by one of the sisters, this retreat is spiritual enrichment and community building for the women of the parish.
2018 Retreat Saturday October 13
Retreat Fee paid in the church office – $35
Direct questions to Kathy O’Leary 303.908.0942
Our annual Chili Bingo, organized by the Women’s Group, falls on the Saturday before Ash Wednesday after Mass. Delicious chili’s, bingo, and prizes highlght this evening of fun for the family. Proceeds help the Women’s Group in their work for the parish.
Next Chili Bingo – Sunday February 10th, 2019 @11:30am in Bakhita Hall
Summer is filled with great adventure and memories shared with the whole family. Our Vacation Bible School is a week-long adventure for our K-5 children to experience the exciting mysteries and stories of our faith. Sheryl Senesac and her catechists offer this event Monday through Friday from 9 – 12 each day. Volunteers include adults and members of our youth groups.
2019 VBS dates announced in the spring of 2019
Vacation Bible School
Please contact Sheryl Senesac for volunteer opportunities and additional information.