This year's celebration of the Feast of St. Nicholas was captured in several different ways. It has always been tradition for students to put one shoe outside of their classroom door hoping to find a treat left by St. Nicholas for all good little boys and girls.
In September, the young adults attended a” Faith in Action” retreat with Rev. Godwin Imoru. In October, thirty-seven parishioners participated in Adoration and the youth sponsored Rosary Rally.
The Office of Black Catholic Ministry offered praise to God through the tradition of Jazz music. The Native American Catholic Outreach held a Harvest Thanksgiving Ceremony.
Every month at our Native American Heritage Mass, more than 50 people gather around the table of the Lord calling upon “Grandfather,” God who Created us, to hear their thanks.
Funds were used for subsidies to Saint Helen Catholic Church, (in Roosevelt), which services the Ute Indian Reservation in Ft. Duchesne and the Native Americans from their parish.
On the feast day of St. Martin de Porres, the Archdiocese of Denver commemorated the beginning of Black Catholic History Month as well as Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month.