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Old Jul 12, '09, 1:54 pm
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Default Widefield (Colorado Springs) Catholic church

My 16-years old niece is going to study for a yearly highschool internship in the USA.
She will be received by a family living in Widefield (Colorado Springs). That family is probably of Protestant faith as they go to Sunday services and Sunday school.
I would like that my niece goes to Holy Mass in the Catholic church.
Can anybody hear advise of any reliable,faithful and sound Catholic church community?
I pray that my niece could enjoy her internship and also find good young Catholics eager for the faith.Details and contacts can be arranged via PM.

Many thanks,
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Old Jul 12, '09, 3:16 pm
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There is an F.S.S.P. parish in Security, CO not very far from Widefield (<5 miles) headed by Father Stephane Dupre. If she doesn't mind the Tridentine Mass, this parish would be a good choice as Fr. Dupre is a very good Priest!

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church ~
626 Aspen Drive
Security CO 80911, USA

Sun. 8.00 a.m., 10.30 a.m. (High Mass)
Mon. - Sat. 8.00 a.m.
Holy Days of Obligation 8.00 a.m., 6.30 p.m. (High Mass)

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Old Jul 12, '09, 4:24 pm
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Google says that there is St. Joseph's Catholic Church on the same street as Immaculate Conception in Fountain CO. I imagine she could check out both churches and find a mass time or community that suites her best.

Best of luck to her on her internship!

"[E]ven in the church, zeal can lead people to issue harsh judgments and impute the worst motives to one another. These attitudes and practices do irreparable damage to the communion of the church."
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Old Jul 12, '09, 4:31 pm
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+ Below are websites for the Bishop's and Archbishop's Offices . . . if you contact them via e-mail . . . I'm sure they can assit you in finding an appropriate church for your niece . . .

Colorado Springs Catholic Churches - Bishop Michael J. Sheridan, S.T.D. . . .

Corpus Christi
Divine Redeemer
Holy Apostles
Holy Trinity
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Our Lady of the Pines
Sacred Heart (Tri-Community)
St. Andrew Kim
St. Francis of Assisi
St. Gabriel The Archangel
St. Joseph - Colorado Springs
St. Mary Catholic Cathedral
St. Patrick
St. Paul
The Catholic Center at the Citadel
The Vietnamese Holy Martyrs


Denver, Colorado Archdiocese Archbishop - Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. . . .

is also a wonderful contact to inquire about a suitable church for your niece in the Colorado Springs area . . . he was the Bishop in my adult children's diocese in another state and is a devout Catholic priest . . .


May God richly bless and guide your family to just the right Catholic Church for your niece . . . and may our Lord entrust her to the . . . Blessed Holy Archangel . . . St. Raphael . . . that he might always keep your niece protected and guided under his holy wings . . . all during the time she is away from her family . . .

"In all thy ways acknowledge him,
and he shall direct thy paths."

Proverbs 3:6
. . . all for Jesus+
. . . thank You Blessed Lord+
. . . Holy Mother Mary+
. . . please pray for the right church
to be found for this dear child of God+
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