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A Word from Father Ed…

 

 

 

  

 

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

 

            This month I am looking to appoint new members to both our parish pastoral and parish finance councils.  These are two consultative bodies that the Holy Father and the archbishop require every parish to have; they are not optional. 

 

            The Notre Dame parish council has three “missions” to its work: 1) to discern prayerfully and in light of the gospel and the teachings of the church the signs of the times so enabling us more effectively to evangelize, catechize, and serve our parishioners and community; 2) to serve as my primary consultative body in the ongoing renewal of the parish's spirituality of stewardship; 3) to serve as a pastoral planning body advising me on the most effective use of parish resources to attain our goals and meet the needs of our parishioners.  The parish pastoral council meets on the second Saturday of every month from 9:00 a.m. to noon, except in July and December.  The term of a new member is three years, beginning January 1, 2018.  If you are interested in being a member of this council you will find application forms at the entrances of the church and on the parish web site: www.denvernotredame.org; click on the What’s Happening button.  You are welcome, too, to encourage your fellow parishioners to apply.

 

            The Notre Dame Parish finance council assists me “on all matters of parochial financial administration.”  The parish finance council governs Notre Dame Parish in all matters established by the archbishop.  For example, the finance council “must review, approve and recommend the annual parish budget….”  Additionally, as part of the budgeting process, the finance council “is to discuss the wages of all parish employees with the pastor.”  The finance council is to “actively monitor the actual financial results as compared to the budget throughout the fiscal year” and “determine what, if any, financial remedies need to be put in place.”  These are just a few of the many important matters to which the parish finance council attends.  The parish finance council generally meets on the fourth Friday of every month in the early morning.  The term of new members of the council is three years beginning January 1, 2018.  If you would be interested in being a member of the parish finance council and have expertise or experience in matters of finance, budgeting, accounting, planning, law, or administration, contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

            This week I am making my annual spiritual retreat.  I scheduled my retreat long before Father Albert was appointed to Notre Dame Parish.  As such, the scheduling conflict between my retreat and his home visit could not be avoided.  We will host our friend, Father Schaefer for daily Mass this week.  Be assured of my prayers for you on my retreat.  Thank you for yours for me.

 

            This Saturday, the 28th, I will be presiding at my niece's wedding and engaged in family matters.  I’ll be back in full swing next Sunday, October 29.                                                    

 

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Weekday  Saturday  Sunday Reconcilliation
8:00 am  8:00 am  7:00 am Saturday 8:30 - 10:30 am
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Denver, CO 80219

 

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