Welcome to St. Louis Parish

Welcome to St. Louis Parish in Louisville, Colorado, a close-knit community, welcoming all families and visitors to the Catholic Church!

At St. Louis Parish we proclaim, celebrate and live the more abundant life of Jesus through comprehensive formation in the faith, through a rich sacramental and prayer life, and through fellowship in Christ.  We are committed to the missionary discipleship of the New Evangelization and, with Pope Francis, “invite all to a personal encounter with Jesus Christ.”

“Every one of us has inside of ourselves things that weigh on us. We are all sinners! Let’s profit from this moment that is coming and cross the threshold of this mercy of God that never tires of forgiving, never tires of waiting for us. God looks to us and is always next to us. Courage! Let’s go in this door!”  -Pope Francis

Browse for more information here or call the main office at 303-666-6401.

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Looking for a school? Visit our school website:St-Louis-logo-20152


Mass Times

Weekend Mass: Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:15 am

Weekday Mass: Tuesday – Friday 8:30 am                      Communion Service on Mondays at 8:30am

Reconciliation: Saturday morning beginning at 9:00 am in the church

***Those who wish to receive communion on the tongue are asked to form a line after all those who have received.*****

Adoration & prayer hour – Thursday evenings at 7pm in the church

Our Lady of Guadalupe is coming to Colorado in October

This October, Coloradans are invited to join Our Lady of Guadalupe as she stands against the culture of death that has become commonplace in our society. Beginning Oct. 1, the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be traveling to various locations in Colorado, from the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception to Colorado […]

The importance of story: Finding our place

We often think of sermons today as the preaching of the doctrine, law, and living of the Catholic faith. While certainly true, what we don’t tend to hear as much of is the importance of the preaching of story — in particular, the story of salvation history, as recorded for us in the Sacred Scriptures: […]

Our Greatest Poet: Celebrating Dante after 700 Years

This year we celebrate the Year of Dante, marking 700 years since the poet’s death on September 14, 1321. It is fitting that Dante died on the day when we commemorate the triumph of the Holy Cross, as he narrates the drama of salvation as it plays out concretely over the course of life, showing […]

Archbishop Aquila issues statement against the so-called “Women’s Health Protection Act”

Pope Francis recently stated, “Abortion is more than an issue. Abortion is murder… It’s a human life, period. This human life must be respected.” (Sept. 15, 2021) But today, the abortion industry and its supporters are pushing one of the most extreme national abortion bills this country has ever seen, and doing it under the […]

 

 

St. Louis School Talent Show (2019-2020 school year)

2019 Gala Photos

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