A warm welcome to the Tri-Community Catholic Parish of Colorado Springs!

Our three churches—Sacred Heart on the west side of Colorado Springs, Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Manitou Springs, and Holy Rosary Chapel in Cascade (lower Ute Pass)—operate as one faith community. The pastoral services and planning are united, although each of the churches has its own schedule of Sunday Masses, and its own distinct “flavor” to its worship and community interaction.

Welcome to our website! Browse through our pages to learn about us. Come and worship with us at any time. Please don't hesitate to call the Office at (719) 633-8711 with any questions, or click here to contact us by e-mail.

who we are

The clergy who serve the Tri-Community come from the Congregation of Holy Cross, U.S. Province (the provincial offices are located at Notre Dame, Indiana).

Currently serving the Tri-Community:

Rev. Ronald Patrick Raab, CSC Pastor
Rev. Robert E. Roetzel, CSC. Associate Pastor

The Tri-Community is fully committed to providing a "safe environment" for our children!

Click here to read the Bishops' Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People,
which is the foundation for a safe environment and with which all parishes in our diocese are expected to comply. We are making a dedicated effort, however, to move beyond mere "compliance" in the way we approach a safe environment, and are continually evaluating our programs and facilities to look for ways to expand and enhance what we're doing to keep our children, and everyone, safe. Lisa Haight, our Safe Environment Coordinator, will be offering regular updates and education to keep you informed!

December 8, 2015 - November 20, 2016

Read the Pope's prayer.

Check the current bulletin (click the big button directly above) for details and additional information!!

With the help of our many parishioners who participated on strategic planning task forces and who responded to our planning surveys, we have developed a Mission Statement to guide us as we move forward with our plans. Inspired by Blessed Basil Moreau, CSC:

As a prayerful Catholic community of service following Jesus Christ's message of hope and salvation, we make God known, loved, and served.

But to bring this mission to life, we need to hear from you -- what does it mean to you to be a prayerful Catholic community of service, to believe in and follow Jesus Christ's message of hope and salvation? How do we as a parish community, and you as a member of that community, make God known, loved, and served?

Let us know what you think!
Click here to email sacredheartcos@gmail.com;
call the office at 633-8711; or
drop off a note expressing your thoughts.

Due to health concerns, Annie Carter has had to cancel art classes until further notice.

The Good News Series
Curious about the Catholic faith? Want to learn more, or refresh your knowledge of your faith? This 6-week series is for you! Various topics and speakers will be offered for these Tuesday sessions, all at 6:30 p.m. in Sacred Heart Church. Remaining sessions:

Sept. 27--Church & the Sacraments
Oct. 4--Scripture & Tradition
Oct. 11--Discipleship & Mission

Interested in learning more about becoming Catholic?
Please contact us at rciatricommunity@gmail.com to begin a conversation about faith and RCIA (the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults--the process through which you can join the Catholic Church).

Adult Formation Opportunities
Study groups, discussion forums, Tapping into Theology....click here for information!

Moms in Faith

Moms of all ages are invited to find out about adoration night, hanging out in Old Colorado City, the bi-monthly potluck, play dates, the current book, and more! Email momsinfaith.tricommunity@gmail.com or join the group at www.facebook.com/groups/MomsInFaith.

Caregiver Support Group
If you are caring for someone with dementia or other struggles--whether at home, in a facility setting, or from a distance--there is a new support group, facilitated by Paula Levy, meeting on the first Thursday of each month at 3:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. Come for support, for encouragement, for a time of sharing with others who face the same challenges.


Interested in Online Giving but want to know more about it? Click here for information.

If you are a legacy donor--someone who has named the parish, a Catholic school, or a ministry of the Diocese of Colorado Springs as a beneficiary -- you are gratefully invited to join the Catholic Legacy Society (click here for an enrollment form).

Click on the logo above for
details about the Catholic Legacy Society.

If you have been considering such a gift in your will or revocable trust, it is easy to arrange--and proclaims your confidence that we will continue to fulfill our mission and make a difference in the lives of future generations. Such a gift will not alter your current lifestyle in any way and can be easily modified to address your changing needs. To view sample bequest language, click here; th
e document can be revised to apply to the entity of your choice.