Holy Name Parish, Sheridan CO

Holy Name is proud to be a part of the Archdiocese of Denver, which “proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ, celebrates his Sacraments, and exercises his works of mercy, so that all might participate in his salvation and discover the lasting joy of a relationship with him.” To learn more about the vibrant church in Northern Colorado, check out archden.org.

At Holy Name we firmly believe what the Church teaches about the Sacred Liturgy: “no other action of the Church can equal its efficacy by the same title and to the same degree”. In the deepest sense, there is absolutely nothing more important than the celebration of the liturgy, for it truly is the source and the summit of our lives. 

This is why when you experience the liturgy at our parish you will encounter a sense of reverence and love, of devotion and prayer, of joy and unity; you will be part of a community that is happy and proud to find its strength and peace in the active participation in the sacred mysteries. 

God ceaselessly gives us his strength through the sacraments, effective signs of his grace instituted by Him and administered through the Church. From the beginning of the life of grace in Baptism to the fullness of initiation in the Eucharist, from the sacraments of healing to the sacraments of service, the Good Shepherd feeds us and leads us to Him. For more information on the sacraments and frequently asked questions, click here

FROM THE PASTOR

Over six years ago, I received one of the greatest blessings of my life: my assignment to Holy Name. I can honestly say that the joy I have found at this parish is more than anything I could have ever expected. My hope is that you also experience God’s love for you; that you encounter Him in the liturgy and friends in the community.
Most Sincerely,
Fr. Daniel Cardó

THE CHRISTIAN LIFE MOVEMENT

Holy Name is a parish entrusted to the care of the Christian Life Movement (CLM). As an ecclesial movement, the Christian Life Movement seeks to remind all the faithful of their privileged place in the Church. As Catholics, we all have a vocation to the apostolate – to announce the Lord Jesus in our daily life, striving for holiness and serving those in need. For more information on the Christian Life Movement, visit their website here.