Our spreading of the Good Word is limited only by our imaginations and the strength of our prayers as He provides all that is needed when asked with generous hearts.
As we reach out to those not coming to Church, to the homebound, and those who wish to find a loving home with Jesus Christ we are most pleased as servants of God to be entrusted with the spiritual wellbeing of all those in the community we are a part of. Our programs and events bring long-time church members, returning Catholics, and new converts together to build community, encourage spiritual growth, and extend support to neighbors in need. Your goodness allows our parish to continue in the Gospel mission of reaching out to others.
Father Dan Zimmerschied
Father Dan Zimmerschied has served Colorado’s Catholic community for more than 17 years, joining Guardian Angels Parish in 2014.
Father Dan received his training at St. Thomas (now John Vianney) Seminary in Denver and Mundelein Seminary in Chicago and was ordained on May 31, 1997 by Archbishop Chaput. Following his ordination, Father Dan served as parochial vicar for two years at St. Vincent DePaul in southeast Denver before becoming pastor of three parishes in northeast Colorado for six years: St. Patrick’s, Christ the King and St. Peter the Apostle. In 2005, he returned to St. Vincent DePaul to serve as pastor for the following nine years before coming to Guardian Angels.