The Gabriel Project and Denver's Gabriel House are ministries meant to support pregnant mothers and their unborn babies. Both are ministries of the Archdiocese of Denver, but are operated independently of the Archdiocese of Denver's Respect Life Office.
The Gabriel House
Headquarters of the Gabriel Project, this house provides a central gathering place for education, training and support for the women being served by the Gabriel Project and for volunteers. Please visit the official website for complete details.
|05/05/10||Gabriel House allows ministry to pregnant women to increase dramatically
By Julie Filby, Denver Catholic Register (May 5, 2010) - Since the Gabriel Project opened the Gabriel House last October, the number of mothers-in-need served by the ministry has skyrocketed. The new headquarters allowed the pro-life apostolate to serve more than 350 pregnant women in its first five months of operation—up from an annual average of 80 women in the past.... [read more]
|08/26/09||New Gabriel House a source of Christian love, pastor says
Aug. 26, 2009 (Denver Catholic Register) - The Aug. 8 blessing of Gabriel House, the Archdiocese of Denver’s Catholic ministry and support center for pregnant women located at 1341 Oneida St., drew a crowd of 350 people. Father Felix P. Medina-Algaba, pastor of St. James Church, who made the house available to the service of the Gabriel Project, welcomed the crowd gathered at the blessing with the words: “Please feel at home. This is your house.” Below is an adapted version of Father Medina-Algaba’s introduction before Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., blessed the home.... [read more]
|07/29/09||First Catholic pregnancy center in archdiocese to open
By Julie Filby, Denver Catholic Register (July 29, 2009) - After eight years of ministry, the Gabriel Project, a Catholic outreach to pregnant women, finally has its own facility. The Gabriel House will be the first Catholic pregnancy support center in the Denver Archdiocese.... [read more]
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