Join us in welcoming Bishop Coffey to Denver the Creatio way! The afternoon will start with a nice hike along the Independence Mountain Trail with the Bishop and his brother, Jim Coffey, who is the Vice President of Advancement for the Papal Foundation. From there we will go to a private dinner with Jim and Bishop Coffey, where we will be able to have some great conversations and share a meal together.
The entire event will be limited to under 30 people so if you are receiving this invitation, know that we must really want to celebrate with you! We appreciate all of the support you have shown Creatio and want to thank you with this special event!
This will be a great opportunity to enjoy local BBQ and beer with the Creatio community and the Coffey brothers. We can’t wait to see you there!
September 18th, 2021: BBQ with Bishop Coffey
Saturday, September 18th
Hike at Independence Mountain Trail at Pence Park starts at 2:30PM
BBQ starts at 5:30PM
Hike the Independence Mountain Trail- 2.1 mile out and back trail with 700 foot of elevation gain and beautiful views of both Denver and the mountains! Followed by bbq dinner at a private location.
$20 – General Ticket
Includes BBQ, side dishes, beer, soda and water
Native to Philadelphia, Bishop Coffey graduated from La Salle University in 1982 with a double major in English/French which included a year of study at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France. After college, Bishop Coffey worked as a grade school teacher, a ski instructor in Switzerland, and in the automobile industry in Germany and Belgium for five years. He then went back home to Philadelphia to study at St. Charles Boromeo Seminary, and was ordained a priest in 1996. He became an active duty Navy Chaplain in September of 2001 and has served all around the world, earning numerous military awards in the process. In 2019, Pope Francis appointed Bishop Joseph Coffey to Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA.
Bishop Joe Coffey
Jim Coffey serves as Vice President of Advancement for The Papal Foundation connecting grant projects and the outreach of the Pope. He has led mission journeys to El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. His team most recently visited Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine and the 3000 students at Villa de Las Niñas in Chalco, Mexico. Jim and his wife Felicia have raised four children near Philadelphia, PA where they are part of St. Denis Parish.
What We Do
To guide all people to encounter the beauty of creation and the Creator through service to the poor, mission trips, outdoor adventure and environmental stewardship.
For the Future
Through these experiences, we work to create an environment of encounter – encounter with God, with ourselves, with others, and with creation. Creatio members are volunteers, professionals, and friends working to address environmental and human issues on a deeper level. Our goal is to facilitate an active transformation of ourselves and others, as well as the environment.