Saturday – 5:00pm
Sunday – 8:00am & 11:00am
Monday through Friday – 8:00am
Monday - 8:00am - 10:00am
Tuesday - 8:00am - 10:00am with Adoration until 9:30am
Wednesday - 8:00am - 10:00am
Thursday - 8:00am - 10:00am
Friday - 8:00am - 10:00am
FIRST FRIDAY ADORATION
First Friday of every month after the 8:00am Mass
Benediction at 12:30pm
Saturday – 4:00pm - 4:50PM
Or by appointment - please call the parish office
- Father Jason Keas, Pastor
- Father Larry Brennan, Priest in Residence
- Deacon David Sekel, Pastoral Care
- Deacon Larry Rossow, Pastoral Care
- Deacon Rob Rysavy, Pastoral Care
- Veronica Frias, Business Manager
- DeAnna Cooper, Director of Religious Education
- Daniel Foster, Music Director
- Tom Faber, Facility Manager
- Ruth Henley, Administrative Assistant
- Kari Smith, School Principal
- Trish Faber, Volunteer Coordinator/Athletic Director
- Janet Damerell, School Administrative Assistant
- Finance Council, President
- Knights of Columbus 4699, Mike Mason, Grand Knight
Address and Hours
927 N. Logan Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
(not the mailing address - all mail should go to the parish address)
PARISH OFFICE HOURS AND ADDRESS:
926 Farragut Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
SCHOOL OFFICE AND MAILING ADDRESS:
901 N Logan Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
SCRIP available at School. Order Form: HERE
Eucharistic Adoration with Rosary
JOIN US FOR EUCHARISTIC ADORATION WITH ROSARY
Adoration 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
Rosary at 6:30 PM.
Confession will be offered after the Rosary
First Friday Adoration
Eucharistic Adoration will take place after the 8am Mass
with Exposition and concludes at 12:30pm with Benediction.
At least two parishioners are asked to sign up for time with the Blessed Sacrament, which cannot be left alone. This is a great way to develop and strengthen your relationship with Jesus each month. Sign up online at SignupGenius or call the parish office at 719-633-5559.
Inclement Weather Policy
Weekend Mass and daily Mass will always be celebrated regardless of weather conditions. Should there ever be an exception to this, we will make every effort to have the cancellation noted on the local TV stations and send out a Flocknote. If you are not signed up for Flocknote, we would highly encourage doing so. Text redeemer to 84576, go to https://divineredeemer.flocknote.com/login, or call the parish office at 633-5559 to sign up. This allows us to update parishioners with the most recent announcements for our parish and school.
If the school closes, the parish office will also be closed. All daytime and evening activities for both the parish and school will be cancelled.
If you should choose to attend Mass on an inclement weather day, please be advised that the walks may not be cleared. Be sure to wear the appropriate footwear for adverse conditions. We highly to encourage you to consider your safety first.
Equality Act Information
The proposed Equality Act is a bill in the United States Congress, that, if passed, would amend the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations, public education, federal funding, credit, and the jury system. Click the link below for more information on what it is and what you can do:
A Letter to the Faithful from the Bishops of Colorado on the 2021 Equality Act H.R.5
CoVid Vaccine Information
1. A memorandum from the USCCB dealing with the moral implications of receiving vaccines made from aborted fetal tissue. This is helpful for answering questions as to whether or not it is permissible to receive such vaccines.
2. A chart indicating which vaccines are derived from fetal tissue and which are not.
A letter from the CO Bishops on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
The Hyde Amendment and other pro-life Congressional policies.
Upcoming Divine Redeemer Events
Praying with the Saints
Only the Saints are in heaven! Just like a friend showing us love and support may we ask the Saints to teach us how to pray, teach us about the importance of Marian and Eucharistic devotion, but most important to teach us how to be Saints!
We will begin a new event here at Divine Redeemer, for over two years I have been leading a Rosary once a week with a small group and during this time God has provided this parish many First-Class relics and has inspired me to create a new event called Praying with the Saints. Each month we will have a Saint teach us about their life, teach us how to pray by learning what they have taught about Marian devotion and Eucharistic Adoration and asking for their intercession for healing or special intentions.
Everyone will have an opportunity to pray a Rosary together and spend some time asking the Saint for their prayers. All will be able to receive a personal Blessing with a First-Class relic of that Saint. During the last year I have witnessed miraculous healings through the Saints intercession as I encouraged them to ask the Saints.
We will be having Praying with the Saints once a month usually on the Third Tuesday of the Month at 6:30pm. Bring your rosaries and a desire to learn from the Saints, we will have time after in the community center for fellowship.
January 15th at 6:30pm.
Our next Saint. is St. Cecilia
Join us Every 3rd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30pm in the Church
• Learn about and pray with a Saint
• Deepen your faith and our prayer life
• Increase your devotion to Eucharistic Adoration and the Rosary
• Veneration of a First Class Relic and having an opportunity to ask for healing.
Members of Divine Redeemer Scouts BSA Troop 27 have received a slot for a 9-day backpacking trek at Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico this summer. Philmont is one of the few scouting National High Adventure Bases in the country. Please join the scouts for a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser after the 8am Mass on Sunday, 1/23. Breakfast is provided by the DR Knights of Columbus Council 4699 and prepared and served by Troop 27. Donations are greatly appreciated.
Donuts and Bagels
Join us for
Donagels, Coffee and Juice
July 30th after The 8am
& the 11am Mass. Join us!
The Diocese of Colorado Springs YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY Presents Candlelight Mass
The Diocese of Colorado Springs, YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
Presents, Candlelight Mass
Come Join the Young Adult Ministry at Divine Redeemer Catholic Church on the third Thursday of The Month at 7:00pm. Fellowship following the mass.
Dates: 12/16/21, 1/20/22, 2/17/22, 3/17/22, 4/21/22, 5/19/22, 6/16/22
Come and Celebrate the Lord with Young Adults!!!
The Bereavement Ministry is offering an eight week grief workshop, No One Cries the Wrong Way, beginning Saturday, January 8. The workshop is from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in the All Saints Center. Please pick up the registration form at the registration table in the back of church or at the parish office. If you have any questions, call the parish office at (719) 234-0345.
Session 2-Jan 15 Life from the Shattered Places
Session 3-Jan 22 Dignity—In Life and Death
Session 4-Jan 29 Life and Death
Session 5-Feb 5 To Grieve
Session 6-Feb 12 Putting Skin on God
Session 7-Feb 19 Be Still and Know that I Am God
Session 8-Feb 26 We Pray
Relic of St. Maximilian Kolbe
A rare First Class relic of St. Maximilian Kolbe for Divine Redeemer Catholic Church in Colorado Springs where the relic will be permanently displayed and venerated.
A couple of summers ago, Fr. Jason Keas was blessed to lead a pilgrimage to Poland to learn about the great saints of Poland like St. John Paul II, St. Faustina, and St. Maximilian Kolbe. St. Max was a Conventual Franciscan Friar who was greatly devoted to the Blessed Mother, founder of the Militia Immaculata, founder of the largest friary over 700 friars. St. Max died for another prisoner in Auschwitz making him a new category of a saint, a martyr of charity. Fr. Jason Keas was able to celebrate Mass at Niepokalanow (City of the Immaculate Mother of God) where St. Max would teach his over 700 friars and publish information about Mary. After that Mass in Poland, Fr. Jason was given a rare First Class relic of St. Maximilian Kolbe for Divine Redeemer Catholic Church in Colorado Springs where the relic will be permanently displayed and venerated.
Year of St. Joseph
The Diocese of Colorado Springs has compiled a Year of St. Joseph web page featuring downloadable resources, helpful links and more
at this link.
Sacred Relics of the Saints
Building for the Future Campaign
Capital Campaign to build the St. John Henry Newman Chapel and Catholic Student Center near the UCCS campus.
As of today, The Dioceses has $6,044,099 (81%) collected and $6,692,897.27 (89%) pledged. They are so close to finishing this campaign, with just a bit more effort, together we can reach the overall goal of $7,500,000.
Longtime diocesan partner Catholic Extension has given the Dioceses a challenge grant to help finish this project.
Catholic Extension will match dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000 all new pledges and/or gifts starting now until November 30,2021.
This grant opportunity can only be applied to new pledges or gifts.
Your Diocese needs you.
Donate today to support this project.
Returning God's Gifts
Annual Diocesan Appeal
The Returning God’s Gifts Annual Appeal (RGG) is the Catholic diocese’s response to the Gospel message to love one another by reflecting on God’s blessings in our lives and sharing them for the educational, pastoral and charitable programs and ministries within the Diocese of Colorado Springs.
Thank you for prayerfully considering your gift to the appeal.
2021 ANNUAL APPEAL MISSION, THEME AND GOAL
The Returning God's Gifts Annual Appeal (RGG) is the Catholic diocese's response to the Gospel message to love one another by reflecting on God's blessings in our lives and sharing them for the educational, pastoral and charitable programs and ministries within the Diocese of Colorado Springs.
"For the Glory of God" I Corinthians I 0: 31
We glorify God through our words and actions and by worshipping Him as our loving Father, who sent His only Son to redeem us from sin and death. Nothing can compare to Him. As members of Christ's body, we are sent on a mission to serve others as Christ did, bringing his love, mercy and compassion to others.
Returning God's Gifts
2021 Divine Redeemer RGG Report Summary as of 10/6/2021
Parish Goal $66,754.79~Parish Goal was met by 102%
Thank you for helping us meet our goal through your generosity.
2021 Vacation Bible School
The Divine Redeemer Food Pantry is supported entirely by the generosity of our parishioners and our school parents. We serve many people the second and the fourth Mondays of each month. We offer many items other than food and are so blessed to have a food pantry that has been in existence since 1969. If you have questions, please contact Tricia Faber at 234-0311 or [email protected]
Our next Food pantry is:
January 10th and the 24th
Hours: 11:00am to 1:00pm
on the 2nd and 4th
Monday of every month.
NEEDS ARE: Non Perishable food.
Donations: we ask that you leave these in the Community Center on designated tables during the times that the church is open from 8am to 10am Mon-Fri. If you cannot shop, you may donate by check a scrip card or a benefit mobile gift card and we will take care of the shopping.
We are very thankful for your generosity and support with this ministry throughout the year.
Thank you everyone for your generosity! Together we make a difference!
The Food Pantry Staff
*In case of Inclement Weather the food pantry will follow Divine Redeemer School for closure. If the school has a two hour delay the Food Pantry will be as usual. Please watch any of the local television stations for closures. Thank you.
Together, we make a difference!
Positions Available in the Diocese
Please click here for positions available around the Diocese.
Alan Abeyta, D' Angelo Brady, John Peluso, for the Reza family, for the repose of the soul of Joseph Spinellit, for the Rigano family, for the repose of the souls of Gary Garcia and Del Cruz and their families, for the San Agustin family, Eva Smith, Anne Nelson, for the Romero family, Ortiz family, for the elder member of the Samora family, Patrick and Marilyn Taylor, Stephen (Danny) Lilleyt, Ed Mateyka, Theresa Snow, Cheryl Taylor, Pat Balestrieri, Chris Cruz, Joseph , Estella Madril, Chandra Grothman, Ryan Barney, Joseph Herrera, Diana Newbill, John McQuire, Steve Briggs, Lisa Czelatdko and family, Rich Veltri, Roger Rodenbeck, Gladys Lemmon †, Rita Hitchcock/Kitz Miller, Sophia Bustamante, Dottie Carmichael, Fr. Jerry Kelleher, William, David, Tommy, Virginia and LeeAnna Henley, Diane Newbill, Candy Kattelman, Michael VanMatre, Richard DiGiaComo, Larry Noll, Lucas Thompson, Betty and Larry Helsel, Tom Faber, Cathy Kusman, Joe and Gail Donnelly, Lynn Ward and "Sugar" her mother, Robert Titus, Tom Gerritson †, Andy, Pat Cain, Theresa Duran, Esther Domitrovich,
Mildred, Scott and Patrick Lilley, Lorrene Wason, Joseph Edward Baginski, Teodoro Lopez-Torres.
If you would like to remove or add a name to the prayer list please contact the Parish Office At 633-5559 .
Advertise your Business on our Bulletin
Catholic Charities Family Life Center
The Serra Club Invites Everyone-Thursday, May 20
Walk for Life- June 5th at Memorial Park
Virtual Fun Nun Run May 1st, 2021
St. Joseph The Worker Half Day Men's Retreat
Hurting from an abortion?
Corpus Christi Bazaar
Upcoming Diocesan, Parish and Respect Life Apostolate Events
Please join us for our 6th Rosary Rally for our Police
Saint of the Day
We NEED your HELP!
Rick Lents to Volunteer [email protected]
Adult Males, if you are interested in becoming an Acolyte, please contact Father Keas at: (719) 633-5559.
For those who want to continue to be Sacristans and those who want to be Sacristans. Please contact Sue Harman at: [email protected]
To volunteer at the church or the school, please contact Tricia Faber at: 719 234-0311 or email at [email protected]
Readings for the week of January 23, 2022
- Sunday: Neh 8:2-4a, 5-6, 8-10 / Ps 19:8, 9, 10, 15 / 1 Cor 12:12-30 or 12:12-14, 27 / Lk 1:1-4; 4:14-21
- Monday: 2 Sm 5:1-7, 10 / Ps 89:20, 21-22, 25-26 / Mk 3:22-30
- Tuesday: Acts 22:3-16 or Acts 9:1-22 / Ps 117: 1bc, 2 / Mk 16:15-18
- Wednesday: 2 Tm 1:1-8 or Ti 1:1-5 / Ps 89:4-5, 27-28, 29-30 / Mk 4:1-20
- Thursday: 2 Sm 7:18-19, 24-29 / Ps 132:1-2, 3-5, 11, 12, 13-14 / Mk 4:21-25
- Friday: 2 Sm 11:1-4a, 5-10a, 13-17 / Ps 51:3-4, 5-6a, 6bcd-7, 10-11 / Mk 4:26-34
- Saturday: 2 Sm 12:1-7a, 10-17 / Ps 51:12-13, 14-15, 16-17 / Mk 4:35-41
- Next Sunday: Jer 1:4-5, 17-19 / Ps 71:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 15-17 [cf. 15ab] / 1 Cor 12:31—13:13 or 13:4-13 / Lk 4:21-30