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St. Barbara's Catholic Church

MISSION STATEMENT:  The faith community of St. Barbara’s parish, in imitation of Our Lady, strives to do the will of God in unity with the Magisterium and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church by nourishing the faithful through the sacraments and fostering growth in the knowledge, love, and service of Our Lord Jesus Christ.



We are enjoying being able to expand the capacity for Mass attendance. We are now able to have as many people in the church as can safely fit (maintaining 6ft distance between households). 

Here are a few important points: 

  • Individuals/households must maintain a six foot distance. Please keep in mind that we're asked to maintain the 6ft distance before and after Mass as well. 
  • Those who attend Mass are required to wear a mask.  
  • Father will offer communion in the hand to those who desire to recieve in that manner. However, if you wish to receive on the tongue, you may come up at the end of the line.

Confessions no longer need to be scheduled with Fr. Phil.  The ususal times on Saturday, 9 am & 4 pm, as well as after the daily liturgies are back in use.  Please distance yourself from others in the line waiting for confession.  

And finally, the Adoration Chapel is now open! Here too, we must maintain 6ft. distance. Please also wear a face covering if another person is in the chapel.  

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out!  You remain in my prayers.  Remember to pray for each other.  We will continue to communicate updates with you.

God Bless!  

Fr. Phillip

There are a few new guidelines to follow for receiving Holy Communion:

•Please leave on your mask.  
•Leave a 6 foot distance between your family and the family in front of you.  
•After you have received on your hand, cover Our Lord with a cupped hand and step 10 feet away. 
•Lower your mask with the cupped hand, consume the Eucharist, replace your mask, and return to the pew.  Do not take the host with you to the pew. 
•Gloves can not be worn while receiving the host.

Those who want to recieve the Eucharist on the tongue may come up at the end of the Communion line to do so. 


The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick may also be celebrated in cases of serious illness or pending surgery.  Please call Fr. Phil to set an appointment. 

The Diocese of Cheyenne will continue to monitor the situation and will share updates as they are available.



Spiritual Communion

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 Be sure to check out the faith resources at the bottom of the page.


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Family Prayers:

Marriage Prayer:

Almighty and Eternal God,
You blessed the union of married couples so that they might reflect the union of Christ with his Church: look with kindness on them. Renew their marriage covenant, increase our love in them, and strengthen their bond of peace so that, with their children, they may always rejoice in the gift of your blessing. We ask this through Christ our Lord. AMEN

Prayer for peace in family:

Lord, be with my family. Grant us your peace and harmony, an end to conflict and division. Gift us with compassion to better understand each other, wisdom and love to assist each other, and trust and patience to live together. Grant that through the intercession of your mother, Mary and St. Joseph, our family may become a holy family accepting each other working together in unity, selflessly dedicated to one another and to You, Lord. AMEN

Lord, Jesus, you love each of us individually with a unique and personal love. Touch my life with your saving power, heal and restore me to fullness of life. Help me to give wholly of myself in loving service to others. AMEN

Bless Our Marriage:

We thank You, O God, for the love You have implanted in our hearts. May it always inspire us to be kind in our words, considerate of feelings, and concerned for each other's needs and wishes. Help us to be understanding and forgiving of human weakness and failings. Increase our faith and trust in You and may Your prudence guide our life and love. Bless our marriage, O God with peace and happiness, and make our love fruitful for your glory and our joy both here and in eternity. 

For more married and family resources checkout the following website:



Resources from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops:


24th Week of Ordinary Time Sunday to Sunday 

If God Created All Things Good, Why Does Evil Exist?

An Attitude of Gratitude

Dignity and Purpose in Work

Fornight for Freedom: Defending religious liberty

Praying for Conscience and Courage

Bishop Barron Homilies & other videos 

4 Pieces of Advice for New College Students

How Fear Prevents Us from Being Blessings to Others

Vacation: Reconnecting with Family, Friends and God

Intercessory Prayer for Parents

10 Pointers for Prayer 

Care for the Created Order 

Faith Formation Matters in a Secularized Society 

Natural Family Planning: Why & What

The Sources and Manner of Praying 




For your Faith Journey:

1) Visit our Adoration Chapel

2) Visit

3)Visit the United State Conference of Catholic Bishops website

4) check out the following:

How Can I Pray? 

31 Days with St. Ignatius 

A year of Family prayers

Forms of Prayer

Charity: Mark of a true Disicple 

The Church continues Christ's Ministry of Healing 

Video: Marriage and the Common Good

Marriage: Unitive, Life-giving, Freeing and For the Common Good

A 7-day virtual marriage retreat with Pope Francis

Marriage is worth the Effort.

Marital Spirituality 

Holiness-in the Bible and Beyond


For More/Other Resources on Faith Formation click here

Check out these things from

The Forgiven Series

Symbolon Part 1, Episode 6: The Paschal Mystery, The Mystery of Jesus' Death & Resurrection

Symbolon Part 1, Episode 7: The Holy Spirit and the Life of Grace: Divine Life within Us

YDisciple, The Creed: Session 6

YDisciple, Who is God?, Session 4: Is the Holy Spirit Really a Person?






Masses are resuming-under restrictions.  See message on homepage:  


Saturday - 5:45 p.m.

Sunday - 9:00 a.m.

Sunday - 5:00 p.m


Latin Mass - 1st Sundays @ 11:00 a.m.


Daily Masses:

Tuesday-12:00 noon

Wednesday- 5:30 p.m.

Thursday-7:30 a.m.

Friday-7:30 a.m.


1st Saturdays- 8 a.m. Adoration & Confessions,  
9 a.m. Mass 

3rd Saturdays-9 a.m. Mass     


Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday at 9:00 a.m. & 4:00p.m. and after the daily Liturgies T-F.

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