Students from Prayer In Action, a Catholic youth ministry of the Archdiocese of Denver, filled our hallways this week, cleaning and doing odd jobs. Prayer & Action gives teenagers an experience of mission work within the bounds of the Archdiocese. The program reaches out to various communities of the Archdiocese to lend a helping hand. This is done through the laboring hands and the open hearts of high school students and their adult leaders. The most important aspect of Prayer & Action is the evangelization and inspiration of the youth, which is the fruit of their prayer and labor.
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This past Tuesday morning I opened my copy of the Fort Collins Coloradoan at my breakfast table to discover two very alarming headlines: The former referred to an unimaginable incident that transpired early Saturday morning at the corner of College and Mountain avenues, just a short walk from my home and our church. The latter speaks to an appalling crime that transpired near Myrtle and Remington streets, near many of our parishioner’s homes and Continue reading “Be brazen enough to pray”