Sunday Masses for September 20th will be at 7:00 a.m. (low) and 9:00 a.m. (sung).
Click this link to sign up for Sunday: Sunday Masses, September 20th, 16th Sunday after Pentecost.
There will be two Masses this Sunday, one at 7 am and one at 9 am. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accommodate everyone at the Solemn High Mass at 9 am, because of the 260 limit. However, Father Robinson wants to encourage those who go to the 7 am Mass to return around 11 am to share in the outdoor celebration for Fr. Dreher's anniversary.
Be sure to check the bulletin for weekday Mass times. There are Masses as early as 5:30 a.m. and as late as 7:00 p.m. on different days during the week. As the availability of these early and evening Masses may change based on the schedules of the priests, the best source of information regarding these Mass times will be the weekly bulletin.
Also, see the Chapel App at fsspx.today for Mass times here and at SSPX chapels in the US and Canada.
How to Use the Chapel App
Once you've clicked fsspx.today, click on the church icon to move the the next screen (or wait for a moment for it to load)
Click on "United States" to display a list of the chapels in the US.
Click on "CO - Denver" to see information about St. Isidore's schedule.
When you are on this page, click on the icons below the address (images shown here) to access the schedule of Masses, confessions, and various devotions for the chapel:
Click on the far left icon (the single calendar date) to see the current day's Mass and confession schedule, and the schedule for the following day(s).
Click on the second icon from the left (the calendar) to see which dates in the current month have schedule information available.
Click on the third icon from the left (the megaphone) to see announcements.
The fourth icon from the left is the chapel home page (pictured above).
The fifth icon from the left (the checkbox) is an FAQ page, answering some very general questions about the SSPX.
The last icon, on the far right (the priest) is the "Pastor's Corner," which contains pastoral comments from the District on a variety of spiritual and moral topics.