“I am the Good Shepherd and I know mine and mine know me.” John 10:14
Welcome to Good Shepherd Catholic Parish, where people of all ages come together to celebrate that we are loved by God and have received the fullness of his mercy through the death and resurrection of His Son Jesus Christ.
Each time I stand in our wonderful Church to celebrate mass, I know that it is a privilege. In 1952 Msgr. Moran, then the pastor of our parish, and loyal parishioners had a dream. They believed that at the corner of 7th Ave. Pkwy. and Elizabeth St. a beautiful Church could be erected to serve the needs of the Catholic faithful in this Congress Park and Cherry Creek Neighborhood. They not only believed, but they went to work to help raise the funds to build that Church. In December of 1953 their dream came to fruition and our present Church was dedicated by Archbishop Vehr. Since that time parishioners and pastors have worked to maintain our Church and to grow our wonderful school. We are blessed to be a part of a living community which has responded to the needs of each age. Now it is our turn to make a gift to the future. Read More
Pledge Form - Become personally involved by making your pledge.
Parish Pay - Setup your pledge on Parish Pay by selecting the Capital Campaign fund.
(For assistance please call Michelle at 303-261-1024 or Yvonne at 303-322-7706.)
Contact Fr. Fox at 303-261-1025 to pay with stock or cash assets.
Summary - Summary of the work to be completed.
Details & Outline - Complete details and outline of the Capital Project.
Schematic - Review the schematic concept for phase 1 of the campaign.
Q&A - Questions and answers about the Capital Campaign.
Choose either Feb. 8th or Feb. 15th at 6:30 p.m. to join us in our Parish Center for an information presentation. Please RSVP to our Parish Office at 303-322-7706 or to email@example.com.
Devotion of the Month
"When Jesus leaves the praetorium, it is about twelve o'clock, in Jerusalem the sultriest hour of the day... Jesus is carrying His Cross. To His neck, probably, is attached the placard two feet square, whitened with chalk, which will be nailed to the Cross to advertise the nature of His crime. He is preceded by a mounted centurion and escorted by a band of soldiers. For company Jesus has two thieves whom they have decided to execute with Him. In front, behind, and around Him is an inquisitive or hostile mob. For some two hundred yards in a direct line, but rather more through a network of narrow streets, their way lies downhill through the town. The the road slopes upwards, always winding, bringing the total distance to five hundred yards... Immediately after He crossed the threshold, Jesus stood face-to-face with his tomb."