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St. Patrick's Mission Church, Denver

#16 of 16 in Historic Sites in Denver
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The St. Patrick Mission Church in Denver, Colorado, known also as St. Patrick's, is a historic church at 3325 Pecos Street. It was built in 1907 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The parish was established in 1881.
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  • I'm new to the area and was in search of a Catholic Church to attend. St Patrick's is a beautiful historical mission church. Besides the history and beautiful simple architecture inside, the people...  more »
  • This church is nothing like those old massive churches in Europe . It is the Denver landmark though and very interesting on it's own way.  more »
  • Great church, great father (michael) and the sisters, you fill the lord there
  • I miss this Church, I was baptized here, made my first holy communion and was confirmation. I spent years of going to Sunday school, wanted get married in this church and have my future children, baptized where I grew up in.It wasn't to be, all my dreams down were dashed when I was told they can't do the ceremony unless my fiance who had been divorce took classed. We ended getting married in a Lutheran Church, I also has my daughter baptized in the same Lutheran Church.

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