- Located in downtown Denver, this historic church also serves as a homeless shelter. The building, which in 1905 was nothing but a basement foundation, now displays a beautiful Renaissance exterior with blonde bricks and tan-colored trim. Three-hundred tons of travertine marble were incorporated during the construction. The stone creates a defined contrast with the dark wooden pews making for a distinct interior. One of the more interesting aspects of this site is the semi-circle of 40-story high-rise towers placed around the church. Sunday masses: 7a, 8:30a, 10a (Latin Choral Mass), noon, 5:10p.
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