The faces of DREAMERS in the Archdiocese of Denver

Colorado alone boasts 17,000 beneficiaries of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Among them are many young people who are working for the Archdiocese of Denver, Centro San Juan Diego […]

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Marian Moment #1: The Simplicity 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 […]

Getting to know Mary, Our Mother

Karna Swanson

Leading up to the Oct. 13 consecration of the Archdiocese of Denver to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the archdiocese will release a series of five videos called Marian Moments, […]

What is consecration and why do it?

Therese Bussen

On Oct. 13, the 100th anniversary of the final apparition of Our Lady at Fatima, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila will consecrate the Archdiocese of Denver to the Immaculate Heart of […]

Precedent-setting Masterpiece Cake Shop case to be heard by Supreme Court

Jack Phillips answered the phone at his bakery, Masterpiece Cake Shop in Lakewood. It wasn’t a social call. The caller said he was on his way to kill Phillips. “He […]

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Run, Betty run!

Twenty years ago, the Denver Catholic Register (now the Denver Catholic) featured a local 70-year-old who had recently run her 23rd marathon. Betty Willis went on to finish four more […]

5 ways to tell if it’s worth it to watch that movie

It can be hard to find movies to watch. A recent Netflix study showed that 18 minutes of our time on a given day is spent just searching for a […]

How can a Christian live in culture?

Following the release of his book Disarming Beauty in May, Father Julián Carrón, international leader of the Communion and Liberation movement, will be speaking in Denver next month on Oct. […]

Love St. Thérèse? Here are 3 events for her feast around the Archdiocese

St. Thérèse of Lisieux is, according to Pope Pius X, “the greatest saint of modern times” — so much so that St. John Paul II declared her a Doctor of […]

Stanley Francis Rother, a shepherd who didn’t run

Father Stanley Francis Rother, an Oklahoma native, knew his life was in danger. Why? Because he was a missionary priest in Santiago de Atitlán, Guatemala, an area affected by the […]

Marriage need a pick-me-up? Go to these retreats.

Marriage is a beautiful vocation full of some the greatest joys in life, but let’s face it: it’s easy to get caught up in the monotony of life and let […]

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Making Catholic education affordable

“Education,” St. John Bosco often said, “is the great art of forming human beings.” And this is what happens every day across the archdiocese as children attend our schools are […]

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A memoir I never expected to write

When the second volume of my John Paul II biography, The End and the Beginning, was published in 2010, I thought I was finished with John Paul book-making. I hoped […]

Catholic high schools unite to provide hurricane relief

After Hurricane Harvey left the city of Houston in disaster and Hurricane Irma threatened south Florida, two Denver Catholic high schools came together at their rivalry football game Sept. 8 […]

St. John Vianney’s new seminary rector shares his hopes for this year and beyond

As the school year starts off, so does St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, and this year, Father Daniel Leonard, former pastor of Christ the King Parish who has taught at […]

Here’s what 65 years of marriage looks like

While divorces are still very common and the average age of young people marrying is older every year (for men, it’s almost 30; for women it’s about 27), true love […]

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Speaker Ryan invites a social doctrine conversation

CNN is not the customary locale-of-choice for a catechesis on Catholic social doctrine. But that’s what Paul Ryan, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, offered viewers of a CNN […]