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Statement on New COVID Restrictions
(effective Nov. 20)

Greetings St. Dominic Family!
We hope this finds you well, safe, and healthy.

This past week has been harrowing as we have seen the number of COVID infections continue to rise at alarming rates. We continue to receive calls and messages asking for prayers for those who have been infected with COVID or whose loved ones or friends have. We will continue to hold all these intentions in our minds, hearts, and prayers. Do not hesitate to reach out if you need anything.

As all are aware, the Governor yesterday (Nov. 17) released new guidelines and upgraded the alert status across the state, especially in Denver County. These will go into effect on Friday. Here is a link that explains the changes well:
https://kdvr.com/news/coronavirus/what-are-the-rules-for-level-red-on-colorados-covid-19-dial/

What does this mean for the parish? 

  1. Masses = NO CHANGE. Masses will continue as we currently practice: no more than 50 people in the sanctuary, with overflow of 25 people in the basement.
  2. Religious Education = CANCELLED until further notice
  3. Office = NO CHANGE. The office will remain open as it has been.
  4. Caution and Vigilance! We encourage you all to continue to be cautious and vigilant, as you have been. We trust you to use your best judgement, ask you to be proactive in protecting your own safety and the safety of others, and if there is any doubt or if you are displaying ANY symptoms, please stay home.

Remember, the live-stream of the 9:30am (English) and 11:45am (Spanish) will be available during and after those Masses.
https://www.youtube.com/user/stdominicdenver

Again, please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you are in need.

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay holy!

Regards,
Fr. Jim and the St. Dominic Staff

Revised:  Denver Increases COVID Restrictions for Churches

Due to the new restrictions in the City of Denver, we are now limited to 50 persons (adults and children) per worship space. Mass signup is no longer required.

The following processes apply for the all Masses

  • Only the NORTH doors will be open for entering the church.
  •  As soon as the limit of 50 persons is reached, the doors to the church level will be closed, and persons will be directed to the church basement, using the elevator or stairs.
  • In the church basement, a live-streamed Mass will be projected, and communion distributed. Only 25 persons will be allowed in the basement to provide for sufficient ventilation and social-distancing.
  • After Mass, please respect social distancing when leaving the building.
  • Ushers will sanitize both spaces (upstairs and downstairs).
We apologize for the inconvenience and recognize the difficulty in changing your habits of Mass attendance, but your health and safety is our main concern. We appreciate your cooperation with our ushers and other staff during this difficult time. Please consider attending Sunday Mass once every two weeks, and attend a daily (7:45am) Mass during the week. Sunday Masses will be live-streamed and available on our YouTube page, which can be easily accessed via our website: www.stdominicdenver.org.
The YouTube channel is www.youtube.com/user/stdominicdenver)
Please pray for our homebound, especially those with COVID, and pray for an end to this pandemic.

As of Oct 30, SignUps are No Longer Required

e to the new restrictions in the City of Denver, we are now limited to 50 persons (adults and children) per worship space. Mass signup is no longer required.

Declaración sobre las nuevas restricciones de COVID
(effectiva el 20 de noviembre)

¡Saludos Familia Santo Domingo!

Esperamos que esto te encuentre bien, seguro y saludable.

La semana pasada ha sido desgarradora, ya que hemos visto que el número de infecciones por COVID sigue aumentando a tasas alarmantes. Seguimos recibiendo llamadas y mensajes pidiendo oraciones para aquellos que han sido infectados con COVID o cuyos seres queridos o amigos tienen. Continuaremos manteniendo todas estas intenciones en nuestra mente, corazón y oraciones. No dude en comunicarse si necesita algo.

Como todos saben, el Gobernador ayer (17 de noviembre) lanzó nuevas directrices y actualizó el estado de alerta en todo el estado, especialmente en el condado de Denver. Estos entrarán en vigor el viernes. Aquí hay un enlace que explica bien los cambios:
https://kdvr.com/news/coronavirus/what-are-the-rules-for-level-red-on-colorados-covid-19-dial/

¿Qué significa esto para la parroquia? 

  1. Misas – NO CAMBIA. Las misas continuarán mientras practicamos actualmente: no más de 50 personas en el santuario, con desbordamiento de 25 personas en el sótano.
  2. Clases de Catecismo  – CANCELADA hasta nuevo aviso
  3. Oficina – NO CAMBIO. La oficina permanecerá abierta como ha sido.
  4. ¡Precaución y Vigilancia! Los animamos a todos a seguir siendo cautelosos y vigilantes, como lo han sido. Confiamos en que utilice su mejor criterio, le pedimos que sea proactivo en la protección de su propia seguridad y la de los demás, y si hay alguna duda o si está mostrando CUALQUIER síntoma, por favor quédese en casa.

Recuerde, las misas en vivo (live-stream) de las 9:30am (inglés) y 11:45am (español) estará disponible durante y después de esas misas.
https://www.youtube.com/user/stdominicdenver

Una vez más, no dude en ponerse en contacto con nosotros si está en necesidad.
¡Mantente a salvo, mantente saludable, mantente santo!

Saludos,
P. Jaime y el personal de Santo Domingo

Revisadas: Nuevas Restricciones De Iglesias Pore La Ciudad De Denver

Por COVID, estamos ahora limitados a 50 personas en cada espacio de culto. Entonces, hasta que se elimina las restricciones:
  • Solo las puertas del lado NORTE de la iglesia estarán usados para ingresar a la iglesia.
  • Cuando llegamos al cupo de 50 personas, las puertas del nivel del templo estarán cerrados y otras personas estarán dirigidas al sótano, usando solo el ascensor/elevador o escaleras.
  • En el sótano, vamos a proveer la misa por live-stream (en vivo por proyector) y la Santa Comunión será distribuida. Solo 25 personas estarán permitidas en el sótano para asegurar suficiente ventilación y la distancia social.
  • Después de la misa, respecta la distancia social en salir.
Disculpe por la inconveniencia.
Reconocemos la dificultad en cambiar las rutinas, pero es sumamente importante su salud y protección. Apreciamos su cooperación con el equipo pastoral y los voluntarios durante este tiempo difícil.
Considere, por favor, durante la pandemia, asistiendo a la misa solo cada quincena y tal vez asistir a una de las misas diarias (aunque son en inglés), lunes a viernes a las 7:45am, o ver la misa dominical presentada por “live stream” y disponible en YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/stdominicdenver) o por el sitio de web (www.stdominicdenver.org).
Por favor, sigan rezando por los confinados a casa, especialmente los con COVID, y rezan por el fin de esta pandemia.

Mass & Confession Times

Weekend Mass Times

Saturday (incense free) 4:00 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m.,

11:45 a.m. (Español)

Confession Times

Saturday from 3:00-4:00 p.m.; Sunday from 11:00-11:45 a.m.
or by appointment
Confessions are in the Reconciliation Room next to the Federal Avenue doors. Please wear your mask.

 

We invite you to pray with the Dominican community in the church

  • Chanted Lauds (Morning Prayer) –  Monday thru Friday 7:20 AM.
    Use the South Entrance of the church. Please sit in pews; books not available.
  • Daily Eucharist –  Monday thru Friday 7:45 AM.
    Use the South Entrance of the church.
  • Adoration  – Friday 4:30-5:30pm.
    Use the South Entrance of the church.
  • Chanted Vespers (Evening Prayer)  – Monday thru Friday 5:00pm.
    Use the South Entrance of the church. Please sit in pews; books not available.

View Mass at St Dom’s

You can find the livestreaming masses at 9:30am (English) and 11:45am (Español) every Sunday.  The channel also has previous weeks’ masses, and recorded Zoom talks.

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Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.

Amen.

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9:00 AM - Thanksgiving Day Mass (Bilingue - Bilingual)
Livestream Bilingual Mass for Thanksgiving Day at St. Dominic Parish (Denver, CO) Misa en vivo a las 9:00 AM por el Dia de Accion de Gracias en la parroquia ...
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“Laudare, benedicere, praedicare” – Dominican Motto