Religious Sites in Denver

Religious Sites in Denver, CO

Religious Sites in Denver

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  • ssb
    Cape May, NJ44 contributions
    Passing through Denver, staying at a hotel near the basilica so I made an effort to stop in for a few moments of reflection. A lovely, peaceful space. Despite the size of the nave, it was a warm, welcoming atmosphere. I'd certainly recommend it for those so inclined.
    Written April 27, 2022
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  • Pancho A
    Denver, CO3 contributions
    Surprisingly, I discovered that Fairmount Cemetery is the burial site of Colorado's most notorious mass murderer, Colonel John Chivington. He was the architect of the Sand Creek Massacre where on November 29, 1864, a camp of peaceful Southern Cheyenne and Arapahoe Native Americans were massacred under his command of 675 soldiers of the US Army 1st Cavalry and Colorado militia volunteers. They slaughtered approximately 400 unarmed Natives where more than two-thirds of the victims were women, children, and tribal elders. Upon their return to Denver, they held a parade proudly displaying the body parts (politely speaking here) of their victims.

    I am of full European heritage and my Irish ancestors came to homestead near Brighton, Colorado around 1848. Therefore, it would not surprise me to learn that I may have had ancestors who participated in that most shameful atrocity. It seems that for those of us who have deep ancestral roots in Colorado history, that Fairmount Cemetery holds a place in our personal family memoirs.
    Written February 27, 2021
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  • Patti-P-CT
    13 contributions
    I'm new to the area and was in search of a Catholic Church to attend. St Patrick's is a beautiful historical mission church. Besides the history and beautiful simple architecture inside, the people make this church. The parishioners are very welcoming and friendly, like I've never experienced in a Catholic Church. The choir members make for a lovely service, singing, guitar playing, and lots of fun. It's a family, and I am so happy that I found them.
    Written May 15, 2018
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  • gina Shakti
    Hermosa Beach, CA197 contributions
    Great place and convenient location. Had 5 of us stay here with the intention of doing a yoga training nearby. It was a modern remake of an old building; but very well done! Modern kitchen, clean & plenty of space. Beds were comfy, with plenty of towels when asked. Dishwasher acted up a bit... strange creaky sounds on first level. They will charge you the full amount upfront, so be aware. Otherwise, it fit all our needs.
    Written November 20, 2017
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  • Kayla B
    1 contribution
    Warm, welcoming community under the guidance of an authentic master of Vajrayana Buddhism, Anyen Rinpoche, and his wife Allison Choying Zangmo. Their work to root Tibetan Buddhism in the West is absolutely inspiring. Their shrine room is absolutely gorgeous, like stepping into a temple in Asia.
    Written September 22, 2021
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  • Mark1952
    Westminster, CO157 contributions
    We stopped by the church on St. Patrick's Day just after Mass had ended and people were coming out the door. The exterior of the church is impressive with its tall tower and front portico. The interior of the church is beautiful with lots to look at and admire. There is a lot of history explained in some of the signs within the church. The crucifix display on the left interior side of the church has an interesting story explained in a posted description. There are both English and Spanish Masses offered here. We noted that there is a new building across the street that offers the Denver Bike program with many bicycles available. So, this would be a great location to start a tour of Denver by visiting the church and then grabbing a bike and going on a city tour. We also noted that the church has a website at http://sacredheartofdenver.com/
    Written March 18, 2013
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