1. For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God

Ephesians 2:8

Faith Formation

Faith formation is more than learning from a book it is learning to live the faith each day

Our Lady of Loreto Catholic School is guided by the parish pastor, the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy and The Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools. Our first-rate faculty instills confidence in parents that their investment in a Catholic school education will support their child’s complete development and personal success.

Religious Curriculum & Faith Development

Along with the class curriculum, we want our students to experience a traditional Roman Catholic education with learning essential daily devotional prayers, practicing monthly devotions, reciting the Rosary, learning the life of saints, practicing theological virtues each month, participating in Sacrament of Confession once a month and learning the Catechism of the Catholic church with the spiritual and corporal works of Mercy.

Weekly Mass

We celebrate a true children’s Mass each week

The children are involved in every part of the Mass. Each week a different grade is chosen to sing as the choir, cantors and give the readings. Children bring the gifts to the altar and assist as altar servers. Our students partake in communion, prayer and the joy of hearing the homily from one of our priests.

Lectio devina

Reading the Gospel and learning the truth behind the words

The Gospel for the weekly Mass is read in each class and discussed on a level of understanding for each grade. Our children take this with them as they participate in Mass over the weekend with their family. It is inspiring to hear our students discuss the Gospel and the importance of the word and meanings with their parents and friends.

Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament

Bringing the gifts and mysteries of our faith to the students

Each week in addition to prayer throughout the day, each class spends 15 minutes in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. This time of deep reflection, prayer and silence is bringing our students closer to Christ each week.