News & Events for March

Lenten Book Club, continues on Wednesdays at 7pm or Thursdays at 9:30 in the Gathering Space.

2nd Half of Life Program Registration.  Program is on April 7thClick here for details.

Stations of the Cross and Soup Supper continues every Friday until March 23rd.
Stations are at 5:30 pm in the church, followed by a Soup Supper in the Parish Center.

WOO-Women’s Outreach Organization-March 8th in the Parish Center
6:15 pm-Fellowship
7:00 pm-Rosary with St. James, A contemporary rosary on the mysteries of Discipleship.

LENTEN PENANCE SERVICE– Thursday March 22 at 7:00 pm.

AGAPE Dinner, Thursday March 29 at 5:30 pm.  Tickets will be on sale the weekends of March 17/18 and March 24/25.

Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday- March 29th

Agape Meal – 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Center
Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7:00 p.m. in the Church
Night Prayer – 10:00 p.m. in the RCIA Room

Good Friday – March 30th

Morning Prayer – 9:00 a.m. in the Church
Stations of the Cross – 3:00 p.m. in Observatory Park (at MPB if inclement weather)
Veneration of the Cross & Passion of the Lord – 7:00 p.m.
Holy Saturday – March 31st

Morning Prayer – 9:00 a.m. in the Church
Easter Vigil – 8:00 p.m. in the Church
Easter Sunday – April 1st

Masses – 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:45 a.m. in the Church
9:00 and 10:45- Also in the Gym.
NO 5:30 pm Mass

News and Events for February

End of Year Statements

2017 Giving statements were mailed January 26, please allow for 1 week for delivery. If you haven’t received your statement by February 6th, please contact the Office.

Ash Wednesday, Wednesday February 14th

Masses will be at 7, 8:30 am and 7 pm. We will also have a prayer service with ashes at noon.

Lenten Book Club 2018

Our Lenten book club will begin on February 21/22 and run through March 21/22. There are two sessions to choose from, either Wednesday evenings at 7pm or Thursday mornings at 9:30. Our discussions are about 1 ½ hours long.

Book Title: What Every Church Member Should Know About Poverty, by Bill Ehlig & Ruby K Payne, Ph.D.

Books will be available for purchase the weekend of February 3rd and 4th following each mass. Cost is $20.00. Please complete the RSVP slip, found at the book table, if you plan to attend the sessions, or contact the Parish Office. We need to know how many people to plan for. Childcare will only be available for the Thursday morning sessions, again please RSVP with this information.

Click here for more details and session syllabus.

The Great St. Vincent de Paul Cover-Up

February 17 & 18

On the first week end of Lent, your St. Vincent de Paul Society volunteers will be collecting gently used, clean blankets, sleeping bags, hats, gloves and mittens for Father Woody’s Haven of Hope.

If you recently downsized and have extra blankets or if you purchased a new bed and the blankets don’t fit or if you have new camping equipment or don’t go camping anymore and have an extra sleeping bag, this is the opportunity to recycle those surplus items and help a homeless person keep warm.

Please drop off you donations, curbside, before and after the Masses on February 17 and 18. Thank you!

Stations of the Cross

5:30 p.m.  Friday, February 16 through  Friday, March 23

Lenten Soup Suppers

After Stations of the Cross in the Parish Center Friday, February 16 through Friday, March 23.

Most Precious Blood Community Blood Drive

Sunday, March 4, noon – 4 pm in the Parish Center

To schedule an appointment please contact Bonfils at 303.363.2300 or visit and use site code E044.

News & Events for December

As we approach the Advent and Christmas season, our staff at Most Precious Blood wishes you and yours a blessed and peaceful season.

Advent and Holiday News and Events

Daily Advent Reflections Opportunity

We invite you to take part in an offer from Liturgical Publications.  They are providing an email of daily Everyday Stewardship Advent Reflections beginning Sunday December 3rd and ending December 24th.  Click this link to sign and receive free reflections during this Advent Season.

Advent Concert

Friday December 1st  at 7pm-Loving our World Through Song

MPB choir invites you to join in an evening of music of peace, beauty and justice to prepare for the coming joy of Christmas.

Immaculate Conception, Holy Day

Thursday December 7th, Anticipatory Mass  at 7 pm
Friday December 8th Holy Day Mass at 7:00 am

*CANCELLED* Advent Parish Penance Service

Tuesday December 12th at 7pm in the church

Christmas Schedules—Please note the changes

December 24th   Morning Masses will be at 7:30 and 9:00 am.

Christmas Eve Masses- Please note the time changes

Sunday December 24th masses will be celebrated at 4:00pm, 5:30pm , 7:30pm and midnight.  At  4:00pm, masses will be held simultaneously in the Church, Gym and Parish Center by 3 priests.

Christmas Day

Mass will be celebrated at 10 am.

Sunday December 31st Mass times will be 7:30, 9:00 and 10:45 am, there will not be a 5:30 pm Mass

Holy Day, January 1st

Mass will be celebrated at 7:00 am

Please consider a year end gift to Most Precious Blood offertory and/or the Here For Good Campaign, please go to and click on the slider for Year-end giving for information and donation.

News & Events for November

Please join us for these upcoming activities and events in November.

All Saints Day Masses, November 1st at 7 am, 8:30 am and 7 pm.  This is a Holy Day of Obligation

All Souls  Mass, November 2nd at 7pm. This special liturgy will be an opportunity for all those who have lost a loved one this year to honor and celebrate those lives with the MPB community. You are invited to bring a picture of your loved one with you.

Meditation and Movement, Classes will be Nov. 7, 21, 28, Dec. 5 and 12 from 5:30-6:30pm in the Parish Center.

The theme is:  The Joyful Mysteries. These mysteries are marked by the joy radiating from the event of the Incarnation (3rd mystery, the Nativity). This is clear from the very first mystery, the Annunciation, where Gabriel’s greeting to the Virgin of Nazareth is linked to an invitation to messianic joy: “Rejoice, Mary.” The whole of salvation…had led up to this greeting.

WOO-Womens Outreach Organization, November 9th 6:15 to 8:00 pm

Come and join the women of MPB’s Parish for an evening of socializing and service.  Tonight’s service project is for Brent’s Place- Blanket Service Project.

Young Marrieds Group (YMG), November 14th 7:00pm

The next MPB Young Marrieds Group (YMG) Large Group meeting is coming up on Tuesday, November 14! Join us at 7 pm in the parish center for dinner, fellowship and a fun discussion on holiday traditions. If you have been married for 10 years or less, then this is the group for you! Further details will be forthcoming in the Facebook group “MPB Young Marrieds” or by emailing Also, mark your calendars for the YMG Holiday party on Thursday November 30th from 7-9:30pm. Prepare for fun holiday treats, a recipe exchange and seasonal beverages. See you soon!

Thanksgiving Mass, Thursday November 23rd at 9:00 am

On this day of gratitude and thanksgiving, we invite you to bring a loaf of bread for to be  blessed and exchanged with another family.

Parish Mission with Dr. Burke-Sullivan Evenings of October 8, 9,10th


“Holiness: a Horticultural Internship; Becoming good grapes on the Divine Vine”

Practical dimensions for living the Christian life.


Dr. Burke-Sullivan will speak at all Masses the weekend of October 7th  & 8th and will present her Mission talks on

Sunday, Oct. 8 at 6:30 in the church (after the 5:30 Mass) This evenings topic is  “The human foundation of Holiness”

Monday Oct. 9 at 7 pm, This evenings topic is  “ Freedom and Holiness”

Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 7:00 p.m.  This evenings topic  is “The Church as vine and wine”


Dr. Eileen C. Burke-Sullivan is the Vice Provost for Mission and Ministry at Creighton University.

September 23rd & 24th Happy Feet Shoe and Sock Drive

The Society of St Vincent de Paul is collecting new socks and gently used men’s, women’s and children’s shoes the weekend of September 23 and 24. This year your donations will go to two homeless shelters, a homeless drop-in center and a community-based clothing bank: Samaritan House Homeless Shelter, Denver Rescue Mission, Father Woody’s Haven of Hope and Integrated Family Community Services. While the need for men’s work and tennis shoes remains a high priority, the greatest need this year for all of these agencies is new socks for men, women and children. So, if you don’t have shoes to recycle, new socks, all sizes, would be greatly appreciated. Collection bins will be curbside before and after the Saturday and Sunday morning Masses on September 23 & 24. Happy feet have shoes and socks.

MPB’s Fall Festival, Sunday September 17th

Come and spend an afternoon with your fellow parishioners.

We will have Bar-B-Q, live music and games. Festivities start at noon.

Hurricane Harvey Relief Collection

This past weekend you gave generously to the collection for Hurricane Harvey Relief and we are sending those funds totaling $18,154.00 to Catholic Relief Services to aid in the recovery. We are blessed to have a parish who answered this call.

Please keep those affected by Hurricane Irma in your prayers as they go forward to assess damages and begin the clean- up process.

Parish Center and Offices Update

As we are moving forward with the finalization of the plans, we wanted to introduce to all of you our Building Committee for the New Parish Center and Offices.  Please continue to watch for exciting news and updates in the coming weeks.


Fr. Pat

Mitch Costanzo

Scott DeWeese

Rick Ehrman

Kyle Erickson

Steve Fenton, Chair

Gary Gregory

Pat Higgins

Mary Knowles

UPDATES: Archbishops Appeal

Here is where we are in the Archbishops Appeal as of June 1

Goal – $221,999

Pledged – $138,347

Paid to date – $79,780

Number participating – 410

Average gift – $337

If you were considering a gift and haven’t yet, there are envelops available in the  Bulletin Rack in the Gathering Space,  or you can go online to and click on the “Donate” button.