Priests of the Archdiocese of Denver make a radical choice to follow Jesus’ call to be His servant-leaders. Their lives of joyful sacrifice bring to the people of northern Colorado the message of Jesus Christ that: I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live! (John 11:25). A priest is empowered by Christ to overcome death, sin, and despair with the message of life, forgiveness, and hope that is the core of the Gospel.
Priests find meaning and profound personal fulfillment in bringing the living presence of Jesus to God’s people through the sacraments. In turn, people experience the power of Jesus through their priest’s ministry. As “father” of his parish family, the priest is called to be a visible witness of holiness in his commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. He offers his life for his people through prayer and ministry.
First Men’s Retreat of Fall 2017 is Sunday, October 22nd at 10AM!
Men aged 18+ are invited to come to St. John Vianney Seminary and learn more about vocations to the priesthood –
Register for the First Men’s Retreat Here!
Second RAD Retreat for High School Men is Sunday, November 12th at 9AM!
Men in Grades 9-12 are invited to come to the seminary in Denver and learn more about vocations to the priesthood –
Register for the Second RAD Retreat Here!
August 14th is the Feast Day of St. Maximilian Kolbe
Check out the recent blog post from the Vocations Office about this holy and heroic priest.
St. Maximilian Kolbe, pray for us!
National Vocations Awareness Week
is November 5th – 11th, 2017
Check back for more resources and ideas about how to pray in celebration of this special week.
Saint John Marie Vianney, Pray for Us!