Parish Activities

Social Ministry Services We Provide

Material Assistance

Holy Ghost Church Catholic Church
  • Sandwiches served (usually in front of church; see schedule above)
  • Socks (available year-round); hats & gloves (October-April)
  • Personal care items (soap, razors, shampoo, toothbrushes, etc.)
  • $$ for work tools (must have regular employment)
  • $$ for vital records (birth and death certificates)
  • $$ for Colorado I.D. cards and driver's licenses
  • Assistance filling out forms (no bilingual staff available)

Referrals only available for: food banks, food lines, shelters, mental health assistance, clothing banks, medical services, and showers.

We do NOT provide: gas vouchers, rent assistance, bus tokens/passes, $ for travel, food baskets or motel vouchers.

Our Ministry

In addition to limited material assistance, we provide clients with guidance, support, and referrals in order to meet a wider range of client needs more effectively.

Sandwich Line

Holy Ghost Church Catholic Church

Sandwich Line: Mon - Sat 10 - 10:30 AM

Social Ministry Donations

Currently, we gratefully accept items for both men and women, including personal care items, toiletries, new hats, socks, gloves, some snack items (enough to serve at least 150) to be served in the sandwich line, and financial contributions.

If a group would like to donate pre-made sandwiches or snacks for our sandwich line, please call first
(303) 297-3441.

Thank You!

Holy Ghost Social Ministry Office

1900 California Denver, Colorado 80202
Phone: (303) 297-3441
Fax: (303) 292-5378
Services Available: Mon.-Fri. 8:30 AM -3:30 PM (in basement)
Sandwich Line: Mon-Sat 10-10:30 AM

Clubs and Bible Study

Bible Study

Do you want to read the Bible but don't know where to begin? Or take a new look at Scripture, and go deeper with what you already know? Then our next Bible Study class is for you! Call the Parish Office for more details.

Society of St. Rita of Cascia

What is it?

It is a group of men and women united to pray for Holy Ghost Parish and for the many special needs that come into the parish from a variety of people and places.

Why St. Rita of Cascia?

Devotion to St. Rita at Holy Ghost dates back to the earliest years of the church. The entryway, built in 1924, incorporated a small statue of St. Rita, and when Helen Bonfils completed the upper church in 1943, a side altar was built dedicated to the saint. St. Rita of Cascia is the patron saint of impossible cases, difficult marriages, and parenthood, and her values of peace-making, healing, and forgiveness are needed every bit as much today as when the saint lived in the 15th century.

Who can join?

Any person who can be connected to the group and to the intentions through email or Flocknoted may join.

Will there be meetings?

Yes, we will have prayer meetings every 2 months, probably on the third Saturday of the month.

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Young Adult Group

Thursdays 7PM

Join us Thursdays in the Church Hall for fellowship, fun and faith. Meetings often include discussions of interesting topics, as well as regular game nights and outings. 

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Respect Life Ministry

The Holy Ghost Respect Life Ministry organizes pro-life activities with the parish. For more information, please contact us at