“We were faithful”: Denver marches to celebrate all life

Therese Aaker

The pro-life movement is changing. Throughout the years since abortion was legalized with Roe vs. Wade, we’ve seen younger generations become more involved and passionate about the right to life. […]

Q&A: Confessions of a Catholic revert

Aaron Lambert

We all know a few Catholic converts, but Catholic reverts, those who have left the faith and come back, are fewer and far between. Dr. Francis Beckwith has quite the […]

"You are called to be slaves for the people of God," Archbishop tells newly ordained men

Aaron Lambert

On Dec. 27, the Feast of St. John the Apostle, two men were ordained for the Archdiocese of Denver – one to the priesthood and one to the transitional diaconate. […]


From the deathbed backwards

Mary Beth Bonacci is a syndicated columnist based in Denver and the author of We’re On a Mission From God and True Love. In 1999, I was awarded an honorary […]


Scorsese's Silence and the seaside martyrs

I have long been an ardent fan of Martin Scorsese’s films. Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, The Aviator, Gangs of New York, The Last Waltz, Casino, etc. are among the […]

“For the immigrant, the homeless, the sick, the unborn…we are here to celebrate life.” - Chris Stefanick… https://t.co/Q5UmbnTRcG
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PHOTO GALLERY: Celebrate Life march and rally 2017

On Saturday, Jan. 14, hundreds gathered at the state capitol for the Celebrate Life march and rally. A crowd filled with pro-life advocates both young and old marched down the […]

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A letter from purgatory

Mary Beth Bonacci is a syndicated columnist based in Denver and the author of We’re On a Mission From God and True Love. A gentleman named Harmon Hallett, the father […]

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A few tips on managing your digital archives

According to a study done in 2015, 68 percent of Americans have a smartphone. If you count yourself among this number, there’s a very good chance you have some pictures […]

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Lessons from an era of confusion

In the introduction to Aggiornamento on the Hill of Janus: The American College in Rome, 1955-1979, Msgr. Stephen DiGiovanni warns readers that his book will be most easily understood by […]



New Year’s wishes for some Catholic brethren

2017 promises to be a challenging year for the Catholic Church. Thus some new year’s wishes: I wish Catholic progressives a calmer 2017 than they managed in 2016. The last […]

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From Naval officer to Benedictine nun

The paths God leads his people on often take unexpected turns; for Sister Elizabeth Baumgartner, however, she never could have imagined going from active duty to a life of prayer. […]

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Masses for skiers, boarders and mountain travelers

While it is encouraged that the faithful attend the parish within the boundaries where they reside, we active Coloradans often enjoy traveling to the mountains and out-of-state during the weekends and therefore […]

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A “merciless assault on human dignity”

The archbishop of Toronto is given to deprecating himself as “just a simple country cardinal.” In my experience, though, Cardinal Thomas Collins is one of the premier leaders of the […]

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A year of mercy, a year of grace

As soon as it seemed to have begun, 2016 is coming to a close. Though the consensus from the general population at large is decrying 2016 as the “worst year […]

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Don’t put scratchy toilet paper in the guest bathroom

Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson is the author of “God Loves You, Chester Blue” and other books. You can reach her at Suzanne@suzanneelizabeths.com or facebook.com/suzanneelizabeths. First impressions make all the difference. Over […]

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Adoration is like Christmas every day of the year

I had a conversation recently that went in a direction I didn’t expect. It was with a business executive who wasn’t Catholic and had little apparent interest in the Catholic […]

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How we answered Christ’s knock in 2016

“The Word who found a dwelling in Mary’s womb comes to knock on the heart of every person” at Christmas, Pope St. John Paul II said. Jesus is the Father’s […]