Parish Life

Review our various ministries we have available to every parishioner regardless of age or station in life, there is something for everyone.

The members of our bereavement ministry assist the grieving by offering a meal or a reception following the funeral of a parishioner or family member. Members plan, coordinate, serve and clean up.

Our basement parish hall was named in honor of the beloved Fr. Brady. The Brady Hall Committee helps to make the hall a welcoming and hospitable place for events of all kinds.

The members of our Fellowship Committee help bring us closer by organizing, coordinating and hosting special events such as our annual Loyola Day Picnics and receptions after First Holy Communion/Confirmation, Christmas and Easter. Contact Mary at 303-949-8889 or McEnany3@gmail.com.

Founded in 1909 and named for the Jesuit St. Peter Claver, the Knights and Ladies of Peter Claver give service to God and Church by promoting spiritual, social and charitable associations among parishioners and through a host of activities and programs. Young people participate through the Junior Knights and Junior Daughters of Peter Claver. Contact Terry at tpaige007@gmail.com.

The Parish Council advises the Pastor on a wide variety of matters relating to the Parish. Members reflect and represent the parish as a whole, and are chosen for their expertise, their enthusiasm, and their commitment to our common mission.

This group of sewers provides support on an as available and as needed basis under the guidance of a project leader. Projects may include designing and creating banners to decorate the church for all liturgical seasons and providing for special needs within and outside our local community.

The Welcoming Team works hard to make sure that parishioners and visitors alike feel personally welcomed and valued. As well, the team develops opportunities for new parishioners to connect with our thriving and growing congregation!

The Women’s Club’s mission is to build community within the parish through service and social activities including an annual women’s retreat and hosting a Women’s Tea in the spring.

The Young Adults group meets regularly for a spirituality night and also for a social hour. Service projects are undertaken periodically. An annual weekend retreat is open to all young adults

This ministry brings Loyola’s teens into participation in the life and work of the Church, fostering each teen’s personal and spiritual growth as a disciple of Christ. Activities include faith development, prayer and worship, community care and service, justice outreach and fellowship.

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Kathy Murzyn

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