• Women's Group Executive Committee - Linda, Margie, DeeAnn, Terri, and Maria
  • St. Zita’s Helpers - Terri, Charlotte, Mary, and Jan
  • August 18, 2017 Outside painting completed
  • View of the altar
  • September 17 2017
  • New coat of paint on the rectory
  • September 1, 2017 - moon over St. Benedict's
  • August 25, 2017 - welcome bench installed
  • August 18, 2017
  • Outside stucco work has begun.
  • View toward the altar
  • Prepping for stucco
  • Prepping for stucco
  • Entryway and steeple - in progress
  • June 4, 2017 progress
  • View from the altar
  • Additional view of bathroom framing
  • Altar in Progress
  • Windows ready to install
  • Doorway from narthex into sanctuary
  • Prepping for parking lot
  • Prepping for concrete/parking lot
  • Prepping for concrete/parking lot
  • New trees on the east side of the parking lot
  • Exterior view - work in progress
  • View of altar - in progress
  • Church interior - in progress
  • Exterior view - before construction began
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Parish Hall Interior - Before
  • Parish Hall Interior - Before
  • Parish Hall Interior - Before
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Exterior View Parish Pastoral Center- Before
  • Parish Hall Kitchen - Before
  • View From Parish House - Before
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Exterior View - Before
  • Bathroom framing
  • Altar framing
  • View toward the altar
  • Storage rooms and hospitality area
  • Five week progress update
  • Five week progress update
  • Five week progress update

Welcome to St. Benedict Catholic Church 

We are a growing Catholic community located in Falcon, Colorado, about 10 miles northeast of Colorado Springs in El Paso County.  Newcomers and visitors are always welcome.  We invite you to join us as we celebrate Mass each weekend, on Saturday evening or Sunday morning. Daily Mass is celebrated Mondays through Thursdays at 12:15pm 

If you are new to our area, please see our Church Building History page for a consolidated overview of our Parish. 

On October 8, 2017, Bishop Michael Sheridan dedicated our new church and consecrated the altar.  We look forward to celebrating Mass and sacraments in our new church as we continue to spread the faith. Here's a link to the Colorado Catholic Herald October 20, 2017, edition article St. Benedict Dedicates New Church After Long Labor of Love  See pages 10-11.

Please note the Traffic Flow for St. Benedict's property.

Mission Statement

To be a welcoming Catholic Community, teaching God’s word, helping those in need, and living a life in Christ.



Mass Times


Weekend and Weekday Masses

Saturday 5:00pm

Sunday 9:00am, 11:30am

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday  12:15pm


Saturday 4:00pm - 4:40pm

Holy Days of Obligation

7:00pm (Click here for a list of the Holy Days of Obligation)

Map to St. Benedict's

Office Hours


Ministry Center / Parish Office

12152 Falcon Highway
Falcon, CO 80831

(719) 495-1426

Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:30 am - 4:00pm

Closed Tuesdays and Thursdays

Fr. Ponce is available at any time by appointment.  You can either call the Ministry Center at (719) 495-1426 or email him at jponce@diocs.org to set up an appointment.



St Benedict Catholic Church Rectory

Private Residence


12150 Falcon Hwy
Falcon, CO 80831



Some maps may list St. Benedict's church address as the address for the rectory. 

The church, rectory, and ministry center are located on the same property.

Presentation on the Second Vatican Council


Presented by Fr. Bob Lampert

Three Sundays During Lent

10:15am- 11:00am * Please note the updated start time. The presentation is 30 minutes. Time for questions is available at the end of the presentation.

March 17: The Second Vatican Council 1962 - 1965 Why was it held? What did it accomplish? How did it change the life of the Church?

March 24: “Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy” Renewal of the seven sacraments, changes in the celebration of the Mass.

March 31: “Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the world” The Holy Spirit is present in the world and in the Church - A dialogue of God with God

Stations of the Cross

During Lent. join us for Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings at 6:00pm.

Living Stations of the Cross



The St. Ben's Youth Group will present

Living Stations of the Cross

on Good Friday at 6:00pm


Holy Week


Palm Sunday Vigil, 5:00pm, April 13, 2019

Palm Sunday, 9:00am, 11:30am, April 14, 2019


Holy Thursday, 7:00pm, April 18, 2019


Good Friday, 7:00pm, April 19, 2019


Easter Vigil, 8:30pm, April 20, 2019

Easter Sunday, 9:00am, 11:30am, April 21, 2019

Online Giving

St. Benedict Catholic Church provides Online Giving for our weekly offerings, Capital Campaign contributions, Mass Intentions, Christmas offerings and other parish collections.

Donating is simple, safe, and secure and take less than five minutes.

New users: Click here to view instructions for creating your donations.

Returning users: Click here to view instructions for adding new donations and/or editing your donations.

Click the picture below to sign up.  





Returning God's Gifts 2019

St. Benedict parish is please to announce the 2019 Returning God’s Gifts Annual Appeal.

Once again our Bishop asks us to help support the work of our diocesan programs and ministries that provide services that no one parish could support on its own. As one family in faith, we are called to work together to care for the Church by sharing the gifts God has granted us.  

Our parish goal is $23,515.00  with 100% participation of our members. Every gift counts, no matter how small.  Please participate and continue God’s work of faith, hope and charity.

Sound Board Volunteers Needed

We're in need of a volunteer or two to assist running the sound mixer during the Saturday 5:00pm Mass. Training will be provided. No experience needed, just a willing heart and willingness to listen, learn, and support our growing parish.

If interested, please call the parish office or email Kevin Sutherland directly at ksutherland@stbenedictfalcon.org


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Lenten Information

The American bishops have outlined the obligatory fast and abstinence as follows: 

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics. In addition, Fridays during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence.

For members of the Latin Catholic Church, the norms on fasting are obligatory from age 18 until age 59.  When fasting, a person is permit-ted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal. The norms concerning abstinence from meat are binding upon members of the Latin Catholic Church from age 14 onwards.(Source:  USCCB.ORG)




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