13th May 2021
"Our Lady of the Mountains Parish
is one family fed by the Body
of Christ, the Eucharist.
Our mission is to become the image of God to one another through the practice of our faith and offering
hospitality to all."
Congratulations Father Faustinus Anyamele
By God’s infinite love, today the 13th of May 2021 Marks 15 YEARS since my ordination as a Catholic Priest. IN ALL THESE YEARS I AM ONLY CERTAIN OF ONE THING: In my successes and failures, in my joys and sadnesses, in my struggles and triumphs, in my human weaknesses and strengths, in my doubts and faith, in my believes and unbelieved, in my disappointments and encouragements and in my priesthood; HIS DIVINE GRACE IS ALWAYS SUFFICIENT FOR ME. Thank you for your endless prayers, support and friendship. ALL GLORY TO GOD.
has joined our staff as our new
We are very happy to have you here on the Our Lady of the Mountains team.
No communion service on Friday May 21
Our Lady of the Mountains
candles are availble at the gift shop.
Please help Support our capital campain and buy a candle today.
$15.00 each tax included
Parishioners and Friends –
Your next opportunity to purchase delicious breakfast burritos is this
after the 8am and 10am Masses.
Don't miss Brother Victor Rojas' tasty creation of sausage, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and cheese all wrapped in a large warm flour tortilla, smothered with pork green chili and cheese!
Freshly made burritos will be available on Sunday morning at the burrito drive-thru, lower-level parking area of Our Lady of the Mountains.
To order, click this link:
KofC Breakfast Burrito Order Form
Thanks for supporting this fundraiser for Seminarians!
Thomas Casey, Grand Knight
after all Masses
Olive Wood Statues: Jesus - Virgin Mary - Holy Family - Angels - Saints
Nativity Scenes - Christmas Ornaments - Crosses & Crucifixes
Rosaries & Bracelets - Kitchen Utensils - Church Supplies - Wall Hangings & more!
Bethlehem Handicrafts continues to provide a platform for the Christian artists of Bethlehem to showcase their beautiful olive wood figurines in these unprecedented times. Amid this storm, our courage and faith has only grown stronger as we continue to fulfil our mission of bringing a part of the Holy Land to your homes, thus giving a helping hand to those Christian artists & their families.
For more information and to view available products, please visit:
The fundraising committee will host a golf tournament this summer to raise money
for the Capital Campaign.
Volunteers are needed to form a committee for planning this fun gathering.
You do NOT have to be a golfer to get involved.
If you are interested, please contact Dot Dorman at 970-586-8652 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all who are actively participating
in this program!
The Safeway Giving Card program is a great success, providing hundreds of dollars to
of the Mountains Parish.
Each time you reload this debit card,
OLM receives 3 to 5% of what you add to the card. Cards are available at the Gift Shop and remember
to reload the card at Safeway/Albertsons.
Online giving makes donating to our Our Lady of the Mountains quick, convenient, and most importantly, secure. Donating online is the easiest way to ensure your donations are received regardless of where you may be. Click below to make a one-time or set-up a recurring online donation to our parish!
May 23, 2021
Restoration of the Sunday and Holy Day Obligation in the
Archdiocese of Denver
“There is nothing so great as the Eucharist. If God had something more precious, He would have given it to us.”
~ St. Jean Vianney
The Bishops of Colorado have announced that the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days will be restored on
Pentecost Sunday – May 23, 2021 –
and all Catholics who are healthy and without significant risk factors or other serious reasons should resume normal Mass attendance in the coming weeks.
Catholics are encouraged to use the Easter season to prayerfully contemplate why they are called to Mass every week, and if necessary, educate themselves on the Church’s teachings on the obligation, including acceptable reasons to still stay home. Those reasons include those who are sick, have been exposed to the virus, have serious health risks, or are prevented from attending because of capacity limits at their parish. Parishes will continue to take prudent steps to ensure public Masses are celebrated in a safe manner.
For more information, a statement from the bishops and an FAQ is available on the Archdiocese of Denver website – archden.org.”
MAKING SENSE OF OUR CENSUS
A big THANK YOU! to all of you who have completed the census update! The detail you provided allows us to personalize our response to your specific interests.
If you haven’t yet completed the census please click on the link below or on our website and get it done in just a few minutes. Do you want to start a Zumba class with Bible study? How about a Manicure Ministry? (Yes, these are actual ideas found on the internet.) If you don’t tell us about it, we won’t know!
By completing the census we will have your most current contact information. So click on the link below and get started!
Part time Custodian
All inquiries: send resume to
Live Stream Mass Sunday
16 May 2021
Are you aware that Crossroads Ministry partners with and supports the Estes Valley "Meals on Wheels" Program delivering nutritious meals to residents who are in need of a friendly face and a well-served meal? Your donations help enable Crossroads "to practice Christian love by providing basic human services to Estes Valley residents in need."
The Crossroads Pantry is always in need of bottled or package salad dressings and condiments such as ketchup and mustard. Please drop off at Crossroads!
on Thursday, May 13 at 4:12PM