We believe God is calling us to undertake this bold mission, inspired by the original vision of the Dominican sisters who began the work of serving the sick in Denver 100 years ago. 

Although the word “hospice” didn’t exist in 1923, the sisters embraced end-of-life care both in excellent medical services and through spiritual support to patients and families. 

On June 3rd, we will transform our organization with a new name, vision, and focus on authentically Catholic hospice — and you are invited to become a founding member of this movement.

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The time is now.

As Catholics, we must proclaim the sanctity of human life at every stage of our journey ­— and now, urgently, as assisted suicide becomes widespread... even among believers. Doctors and nurses are being fired and run out of their medical practices because they have stood up as pro-life. Imagine if you were to become sick - your family members may not have an option for authentically Catholic support for the end of your life. The time is now to form a care network unlike any other - a Catholic hospice that brings Christ into the darkness.

Schedule for the Evening

5:00 PM
Mass at St. John Vianney, Christ the King Chapel
Fr. Louis Morrone O.P. and Fr. David Wright O.P.
Deacon Tom Piccone

5:45 PM

Outdoor cocktail reception with live jazz
music by Sir Captain

7:00 PM

Dinner & Presentation with guest Fr. Scott Bailey

8:00 PM

Closing Remarks & Jazz in the Courtyard

Event Information

St. John Vianney Refectory
and Christ the King Chapel
1300 S. Steele Street
Denver, CO 80210

$100 Individual
$175 Couple
Table Sponsorships Available

Mrs. Judi Piccone & Brendan and Ellen Moran

Speakers and Entertainment

Sir Captain

Not your average neighborhood Jazz trio, award-winning Sir Captain has been inspiring folks to get up and groove for over 15 years in the Denver metro area. Enjoy their music at both the cocktail reception and for dancing to follow dinner.

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Fr. Scott Bailey

Fr. Scott is a Denver native and the pastor of Risen Christ Catholic Parish in Denver. He is a renowned speaker, homilist, and leader in the local community. Father was ordained in 2013 and chaplain to St. Raphael’s Counseling

Fr. Scott's Homilies and Presentations on YouTube