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3 days ago
Kyle Dyer

Have you climbed the 373 steps to the top of Mother Cabrini Shrine.. visited the Grotto?... sipped some of the Holy Water that was miraculously found by St. Frances Xavier Cabrini? Well, this weekend, YOU will be celebrated and thanked for your support of the Shrine at the 20th Annual Mother Cabrini Shrine Gala.

And don't forget... Cabrini Day in Colorado is coming up quickly on Monday, October 3rd! #cometocabrini

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I've been to the shrine, but wouldn't make it up 5 stairs with my 5 surgery knees. Nope. Won't happen. Perhaps a stair lift? LOL.

Susie Tijerina is that you

A must see if you're ever in Denver Colorado

4 days ago
Kyle Dyer

For two decades, Denver's Stellar Women Celebration has recognized exceptional Colorado women who have been models and mentors for many.. and to be considered, you have to be over 80 years old!
Thanks to Laura Barton for once again hosting this lovely event in which we all got a glimpse into the remarkable lives of (shown clockwise):
Ophelia Mejia, Mary Gittings Cronin and Juliet Sherwood. I desperately wanted to get individual photos with them but after their presentations they were mobbed for the rockstars they are!

OPHELIA just turned 89, been married to her husband for 69 years and is mother to 13 children (and dozens of grand & great-grandchildren). Ophelia was the first woman of color to work at the Greeley Tribune & later became an Early Childhood Education teacher & proponent for better wages for ECE teachers. This self-described 'life long learner' says we all must have care & courage... care for our communities and ourselves.. and courage to fight for equality and what we personally value.

When MARY's husband died at a young age in the 70s, she raised her two children on her own and went to work to support them. But back then, women were paid next to nothing for their worth in the workplace. Mary knew education was key to making change. She founded a career center for women where they learned vital skills which led to good paying jobs. And then, for 22 years, Mary led the Piton Foundation, supporting quality public education for all children as young as pre-school.

JULIET has experienced more than most of us ever will! She was an exceptional student, later lived and worked in France, found love, raised a family, had jobs as an interpreter, journalist, writer, teacher, built houses for Habitat for Humanity, climbed mountains in Colorado and India, and has mastered the art of yoga... I know I'm missing something.. Juliet lives a very full life.
Juliet's advice for all of us:
Be fearless in your approach to life.
Never stop being curious.
See the world and ..
Follow your heart💕

Thanks to this 2021 Class of Stellar Women... you inspire me and I just had to share your stories!
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For two decades, Denvers Stellar Women Celebration has recognized exceptional Colorado women who have been models and mentors for many.. and to be considered, you have to be over 80 years old! 
Thanks to Laura Barton for once again hosting this lovely event in which we all got a glimpse into the remarkable lives of (shown clockwise): 
Ophelia Mejia, Mary Gittings Cronin and Juliet Sherwood. I desperately wanted to get individual photos with them but after their presentations they were mobbed for the rockstars they are! 

OPHELIA just turned 89, been married to her husband for 69 years and is mother to 13 children (and dozens of grand & great-grandchildren). Ophelia was the first woman of color to work at the Greeley Tribune & later became an Early Childhood Education teacher & proponent for better wages for ECE teachers. This self-described life long learner says we all must have care & courage... care for our communities and ourselves.. and courage to fight for equality and what we personally value.

When MARYs husband died at a young age in the 70s, she raised her two children on her own and went to work to support them. But  back then, women were paid next to nothing for their worth in the workplace. Mary knew education was key to making change. She founded a career center for women where they learned vital skills which led to good paying jobs. And then, for 22 years, Mary led the Piton Foundation, supporting quality public education for all children as young as pre-school. 

JULIET has experienced more than most of us ever will! She was an exceptional student, later lived and worked in France, found love, raised a family, had jobs as an interpreter, journalist, writer, teacher, built houses for Habitat for Humanity, climbed mountains in Colorado and India, and has mastered the art of yoga... I know Im missing something.. Juliet lives a very full life. 
Juliets advice for all of us: 
Be fearless in your approach to life. 
Never stop being curious. 
See the world and .. 
Follow your heart💕

Thanks to this 2021 Class of Stellar Women... you inspire me and I just had to share your stories!
5 days ago
Kyle Dyer

My heart is happy because of the response from our community to help those experiencing homelessness. More than $472,000 was raised this past weekend at Sam’s Supper, The Meal That Serves Many.. & yes, because of the generous donations, many will be served, sheltered and provided support services & wellness care at Catholic Charities of Denver’s shelters!
Sadly, the need is great & growing but, Catholic Charities is answering the call and expanding the number of Samaritan House shelters for women, families & veterans.
Catholic Charities is now the leading shelter provider for women in Colorado & with this kind of support, will continue offering safety, dignity & hope to those it serves.

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My heart is happy because of the response from our community to help those experiencing homelessness. More than $472,000 was raised this past weekend at Sam’s Supper, The Meal That Serves Many.. & yes, because of the generous donations, many will be served, sheltered and provided support services & wellness care at Catholic Charities of Denver’s shelters! 
Sadly, the need is great & growing but, Catholic Charities is answering the call and expanding the number of Samaritan House shelters for women, families & veterans. 
Catholic Charities is now the leading shelter provider for women in Colorado & with this kind of support, will continue offering safety, dignity & hope to those it serves.

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Such a ,wonderful cause

2 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

Women in Denver are the most underserved homeless population, aside from families... this is so sad and scary but Catholic Charities of Denver is listening and expanding in order to help these women in our community, providing them shelter, dignity and hope. In fact, Catholic Charities of Denver is now the largest shelter provider for women in Colorado.
Mariana is a guest at the newest CC women's shelter in Denver. Thank you Mariana for sharing your story with me. You WILL get through this & back on your feet!
This Saturday is Sam's Supper, The Meal that Serves Many, where money is raised to support Catholic Charities' growing shelter program.
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We need to help them.

3 weeks ago
Kyle Dyer

A week ago today, I left my daughter at The University of Virginia. It's the university that Thomas Jefferson built... and it is now the place where my Josie is studying to become an architect.
There weren't architecture schools when Thomas Jefferson was around.. he was a brilliant, self-taught architect and the building we are standing in front of, the Rotunda, is the centerpiece of Jefferson's design for the University which he founded in 1819.
I can't think of a more inspiring place for her to learn and grow... although we'll miss her a bunch out here in the Mile High.
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A week ago today, I left my daughter at The University of Virginia. Its the university that Thomas Jefferson built... and it is now the place where my Josie is studying to become an architect. 
There werent architecture schools when Thomas Jefferson was around.. he was a brilliant, self-taught architect and the building we are standing in front of, the Rotunda, is the centerpiece of Jeffersons design for the University which he founded in 1819.
I cant think of a more inspiring place for her to learn and grow... although well miss her a bunch out here in the Mile High.

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A friend of my son's is going there too for architecture! What are the odds‼️💚

Beautiful family ❤️ I bet you do miss her. FaceTime helps. But nothing like a real hug. Wish her well. She’s got this. 💕

She’s going to do amazing things💕

It's a beautiful campus for sure. TJ is one of my hero's

My husband is an architect. Yay for Josie!

That is quite awesome

Love you!!! It gets better 😘

Congratulations

So proud of her !

Congratulations, Josie. Kyle you’ll get used to her being gone. Plus now you all the time to focus on your younger daughter. Hopefully she sees that as a benefit. 🤗🤗🤗

My grandson did a tour there last month, it is one of the colleges he's eyeing after high school ❤️

How wonderful, I hope she has a great year! Kyle, sending care package is in your future, freshman college students love them

I was raised in Virginia she will love it there

Beautiful family picture and what a wonderful place to go to school!

What a great picture! Good luck on your new adventure

Traveled there with my Mom years ago.

Virginia state college

Best of luck! 💖

Best of luck!

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Good luck, Josie!

Best of luck

Awesome good luck to her.

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“You make people comfortable in telling their stories and YOU have the way of making them pop for the reader. They come alive; readers feel the joy and pain. You have ability for straight-forward factual presentation. Your stories are ours, and the impact with which you share brings the community into action.”
Lynne Butler

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