‘Do you love me?’: This question central to newly ordained's priesthood, Archbishop says

During his homily at the May 19 priest ordination, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila told the five new priests that Jesus is asking them again: “Do you love me?” The archbishop […]

Catholic health clinic fights back against defamatory video

Roxanne King

Marisol Health threatened legal action publicly May 23 against ProgressNow Colorado demanding that Marisol’s image and reference be removed from a propaganda video that calls the women’s health care organization […]

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The Holy Spirit speaks with saints’ lives

Archbishop Aquila

The Apostles, cowering in fear, locked in the Upper Room, were waiting until the threat to their lives had subsided. While they hid, Jesus appeared to them, gave them his […]

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: May 16, 2018

Aaron Lambert

Reverend Franklin Sequeira-Treminio, appointed Administrator Pro Tempore, St. Augustine Parish, Brighton, Colorado, effective immediately until June 13, 2018. Reverend Andrew Carl Wisdom, O.P., granted Presbyteral faculties of the Archdiocese of […]

The ‘Latin Mass’ is still relevant

Many Catholics would be skeptical to walk into a Mass that seems straight out of the Middle Ages, a Mass they could barely understand. The stigmas surrounding the “Latin Mass” […]

The National Anthem for tonight's @Rockies game was performed by the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools Choir!… https://t.co/LFEHMF9fTL

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We should have listened to Pope Paul VI

Happy Humanae Vitae 50th Anniversary! I don’t know about you, but for me it’s been a whirlwind.  Parties, parades, some great fireworks shows.  Oh, and did you see the Hollywood […]

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Proving God’s existence

If someone asked you if you could prove that God exists, what would you say? What would you have to draw upon to answer this question — revelation, science, or […]

Eucharistic miracles reveal Christ’s real presence

Over 2,000 years ago, Jesus Christ walked the earth, performed miracles and was eventually crucified, offering up his life for the salvation of souls. Jesus had a body just like […]

‘Baptize your son,’ her friend insisted. Now he’s a priest.

Angela Brown and Maria Delfin were great friends in school and lived in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. One day, they decided to make a mutual promise: “When I have my […]

A Man of His Word: New documentary gives personal glimpse into Pope Francis’ pontificate

How can the name and works of St. Francis of Assisi, one of the greatest and most inspiring saints, be performed in the 21st century? How is the Church called […]

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Justin Trudeau and the dictatorship of relativism

You’ve probably never heard of the Waupoos Family Farm. I hadn’t either, until I met some folks involved in it during a recent visit to Ottawa. Their story vividly illustrates […]

Boosting your relationship with the Holy Trinity

You cross yourself and begin to pray. But then you realize that not only Jesus, but also the Father and the Holy Spirit are God. And you don’t know who […]

Dr. Edward Sri joins FOCUS as new Vice President of Formation

The work of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) has bore much fruit in its campus ministry and evangelization efforts, and later this year, renowned Catholic theologian and author […]

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The priest I need

This is the time of year official appointments of pastors and parochial vicars are announced in the Archdiocese of Denver. Expectations are high. Each person has their own ideal of […]

Sophia Montessori Academy thrives in first year

Pauline Meert and Irene O’Brien were both working on their Master’s degrees on separate continents with little financial security when they decided it was the perfect time to open a […]

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Forming mind and heart in faith

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind” (Romans 12:2). People tell me pretty regularly that we should not over-intellectualizing the faith […]

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The Holy See, China, and evangelization

In a recent interview, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State of the Holy See, suggested that certain critics of a deal between the Vatican and the People’s Republic of China […]