Archbishop consecrates Archdiocese of Denver to Immaculate Heart of Mary

Therese Bussen

On the centennial of Our Lady’s final apparition to the Fatima children and the Miracle of the Sun on Oct. 13, hundreds were gathered in the Cathedral Basilica of the […]

Invest in Cathedral's future, pastor urges

Aaron Lambert

Of the spires atop the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Cardinal J. Francis Stafford once described them as two exclamation points of faith in the heart of Denver. Presently, […]

Douglas County elections heat up over school choice

Karna Swanson

Few issues worry parents more than the quality of education available to their children, which is why school choice is a hot-button, emotional issue for many voters. This fall, the […]


500 years later, who was Luther?

Jared Staudt

Hero, villain, heretic, saint, reformer, corrupter, man of integrity, bombastic glutton. Which image of Luther should we believe? Because Luther primarily sought not to reform abuses in the Church but […]


In the wake of Vegas shooting, prayers still matter

So I hear that Jimmy Kimmel doesn’t want our prayers. Well, not exactly. But he did, in a very emotional monologue, decry politicians who offered their “insufficient” prayers, saying they […]

St. John Paul II, our beloved father, pray for us.


Whose bourgeois morality?

In the latest round of debate over Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation on marriage and the family, a fervent defender of the document sniffed at some of its critics […]

Mullen runners exemplify Lasallian spirit

By Neil H. Devlin Mullen Sports Information Specialist They could have run away, but Adele Cardenas and Emma Hahn chose to literally run into the situation. The Mullen juniors were […]

How one Denver parish is making disciples

It was one of Christ’s chief commands to his apostles: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations…” (Mt 28:19). Unfortunately, the Catholic Church has lost its way in some […]

Attollo seeks to close the divide between the office and the pew

Paul Winkler lived what one would call a successful life – he enjoyed a great career working in corporate America, had four kids and raised a wonderful Catholic family. But […]

Secular Carmelites in Denver? A vocation you probably weren’t aware of

There are plenty of religious orders: Dominicans, Franciscans, Salesians, Jesuits, Carmelites — but did you know about secular orders? Secular orders, or third orders, are branches of religious orders for […]

Archdiocese unified in consecration to Immaculate Heart

The air of the Archdiocese of Denver will be thick with prayer this Friday, Oct. 13, at 8:45 p.m. That is when Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila will lead thousands of […]


The Catechism of the Catholic Church at 25

John Paul II called the Extraordinary Synod of 1985 to assess what had gone right and what had gone wrong in two decades of implementing the Second Vatican Council. In […]

Who is Saul Alinsky?

Gradual infiltration of ideas so as to shape culture without its members even realizing it: This is what one man in the 20th century set out to do — and […]


Marian Moment #6: A message from Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila

In preparation for the archdiocesan consecration this Friday, Oct. 13, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila explains why he wanted to hold the consecration and how you can prepare this week.

Archbishop welcomes change to “burdensome” HHS mandate

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver called the new exemptions announced by the Trump administration Friday to the Health and Human Services contraceptive mandate “welcome news.” “The HHS Mandate has […]


Marian Moment #5: The heart of Mary

As we get ready for the Oct. 13 consecration of the Archdiocese of Denver to the Immaculate Heart, we will be publishing six short preparatory videos to prepare our hearts […]


Fencing with bigots

…being an imaginary dialogue between a nominee to a Federal appeals court and members of the Committee on the Judiciary of what once imagined itself “the world’s greatest deliberative body”… […]