Denver Community

The Catholic Community of the Beatitudes in Denver is the first house in the U.S.A. and started in August 1999. Community residential members at present, include two families, three priests, three sisters pursuing consectrated life and a single lay sister. There are 3 non-residential members of the community (Beatitudes of the Holy Family) and four Friends of the Lamb.

Most Reverend Charles Chaput, Archbishop of Denver, met the Community's General Moderator in Rome for Pentecost 1998 during the gathering of new communities called by Pope John Paul II, and asked the Community to settle in Denver.

Community of The Beatitudes 2014