Seeing with eyes of faith: How blindness transformed one woman’s trust in God

Therese Bussen

With wafts of delicious smells coursing through the kitchen, Laura Revan, 50, begins chopping a green pepper — blindfolded. And she does so with ease, skill and a big smile […]

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Ending harassment requires more than laws

Archbishop Aquila

The ongoing wave of disclosures of sexual harassment across our country shows that while policies and laws are helpful, they do not solve the underlying problem. The issue we have […]

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What’s changed since Humanae Vitae?

George Weigel

Throughout this academic year, Rome’s Pontifical Gregorian University is hosting a series of lectures, billed as the “first interdisciplinary” study to mark the 50th anniversary of Blessed Paul VI’s encyclical […]

Expecting? New course seeks to prepare both body and soul

Therese Bussen

For expecting parents, there’s no shortage of resources, classes and programs that guide them through the physical aspects of pregnancy and childbirth, but few that incorporate a spiritual element to […]

You’ll want to see this movie about St. Paul opening next Easter

Therese Bussen

A new Biblical film, Paul, the Apostle of Christ, starring Jim Caveizel (The Passion of the Christ) and James Faulkner (Game of Thrones and Downton Abbey) explores the question, “Is […]

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Q&A: Cardinal Stafford: “The Eucharist has been the center of my life”

On the dawn of his 60th anniversary of priestly ordination, Cardinal J. Francis Stafford, archbishop emeritus of Denver, reflects on the origins and fruits of his vocation. He will celebrate […]

Celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe at one of these parishes

Below is a list of Our Lady of Guadalupe events happening around the archdiocese. Parish-Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe: 1209 West 36th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211. 5 a.m. Songs […]

Our Lady of Guadalupe by the numbers

“From heaven, a beautiful morning light, the Guadalupan, came down to Tepeyac. Between the roses, on the tilma, she deigned to leave us her beloved image.” This is a rendering of […]

The “O” Antiphons, a family-enriching tradition for Advent

As most people begin the Christmas celebrations after thanksgiving, Catholics are called to prepare for the coming of Jesus into their hearts and homes. The ancient monastic tradition of chanting […]

2018 pro-life march to share joy of life

You’re invited to march in support of the most vital civil rights movement happening today and all you need to bring is your joy. That’s the message of the 2018 […]

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A meditation on “Maranatha”

Happy (real) new year: the beginning of a new year of grace, which began December 3 with the First Sunday of Advent. “The holidays” so overwhelm our senses each December […]

90 years of Catholic news with ‘snap, vigor and courage’

When 22-year-old lay journalist Matthew Smith took over as editor for Denver Catholic Register in 1913, he likely could have never imagined how God’s providence would allow the newspaper to […]

Denver Catholic Biblical School to offer semester-long class on Isaiah

Beginning Jan. 9, the Denver Catholic Biblical School will offer “The Fifth Gospel: A Study of the Book of the Prophet Isaiah” as a semester-long class at the St. John […]

Why should you spiritually prepare for Christmas?

The holiday cheer, the Christmas music, the warm drinks and the shopping deals — these are just a few of the things we love most as we get close to […]

What to watch on Netflix: December

Here are films and shows coming to Netflix in December, as well as a few things you might want to check out before they leave. This month, we also have […]

Q&A: Awakening Love, making a retreat amid daily tasks

Father Gregory Cleveland, author of Awakening Love: An Ignatian Retreat with the Song of Songs, belongs to the community of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and is the executive […]

#Giving Tuesday: A great day to do good

‘Tis the season to do good, but especially on Giving Tuesday. Americans are more generous than ever, according to a report by Giving USA, especially on #Giving Tuesday, an online […]