Pro-life, pro-immigrant

Therese Aaker

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s policies and statements regarding immigration reform, the country’s response is just as divided as during the election, and many people have questions and […]

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Here’s what’s actually in “Beauty and the Beast.”

Therese Aaker

Well, that was exhausting. After all the media hype surrounding the “exclusively gay moment” in Disney’s latest live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast,” it turns out that the hype […]

Lutherans and Catholics mark growing unity with historic prayer service

Roxanne King

The service of common prayer that gathered two bishops, some 50 clergy and more than 400 Lutheran and Catholic laity at Bethany Lutheran Church in Cherry Hills Village March 19 […]

Going crazy for classical education

Therese Aaker

With Our Lady of Lourdes school’s wild success after implementing the classical education model, other Catholic schools are also taking the leap to try it out: Frassati Catholic Academy launches […]

4 things you need to know before you get married

Therese Aaker

Marriage is a beautiful vocation. Too often, though, many see it as the fulfillment of personal happiness or just a life milestone to reach — but it’s so much more […]

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Q&A: Christopher West reflects on the Passion ‘like you’ve never heard before’

Christopher West has never been one to play it safe. His talks on Pope St. John Paul II’s revered Theology of the Body go against basically every modern-day notion of […]

DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 11: Msgr. Bernie Schmitz preaches the homily during the announcement of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish as a diocesan shrine on December 11, 2016, in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Anya Semenoff/Denver Catholic) DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 11: Msgr. Bernie Schmitz preaches the homily during the announcement of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish as a diocesan shrine on December 11, 2016, in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Anya Semenoff/Denver Catholic)

Sensitive locations, not ‘sanctuary’

With the election of President Donald Trump, many immigrants are uncertain of their future in America. The situation has ignited a national conversation about immigrants and their legal status. The […]

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What does “bearing witness” to our culture look like?

Bearing witness to our culture hangs on this deeply personal question: “Are we convinced that what has been given to us will satisfy the human heart?” It’s a question that […]

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Lenten lessons from the silent saint

He was a man of silence and action. As we continue to walk through Lent, St. Joseph, the man who is revered as patron of the universal Church, and “the […]

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On “owning” the Church

The question of “who owns the Church” has had a stormy history in Catholic America, although the terms of reference have changed considerably over time. In the 19th century, “lay […]

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Fatima centenary brings Mary to Colorado

If you can’t travel to Portugal this year for the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, take heart, Mary has come to visit you. The International […]

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Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ and becoming God

Father Ryan O’Neill is the Director of Vocations for the Archdiocese of Denver. When I forget that God’s dream for my life is deification—to share in his divinity—my Christian life […]

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Back to our (green) roots

The Denver Catholic is marking 117 years of serving northern Colorado this week by publishing our original masthead, just as it was originally15 published on the first edition of The […]

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20:  A protester holds a Not My President sign during an anti-Trump demonstration on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th U.S. President later today.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20:  A protester holds a Not My President sign during an anti-Trump demonstration on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. President-elect Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th U.S. President later today.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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Persuasive disciples, not anarchic disrupters

We are living through a dangerous moment in our national life, of an intensity and potential for destruction unseen since 1968. Then, a teenager, I watched U.S. Army tanks patrol […]

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Q&A: Kiko points the Way

Lay Spaniard Kiko Arguello, initiator of the Neocatechumenal Way, a worldwide, Vatican approved faith-formation process that seeks to bring people to mature Christian faith, and Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila spoke […]

BOULDER, CO - MARCH 11: Kiko ArgŸello addresses the assembled during the Neocatechumenal Way Gathering at the Coors Events Center on March 11, 2017, in Boulder, Colorado. (Photo by Daniel Petty/for Denver Catholic) BOULDER, CO - MARCH 11: Kiko ArgŸello addresses the assembled during the Neocatechumenal Way Gathering at the Coors Events Center on March 11, 2017, in Boulder, Colorado. (Photo by Daniel Petty/for Denver Catholic)

Neocatechumenal Way initiator leads Way gathering in Boulder

On March 11 in a Boulder stadium, nearly 800 men and women said yes to God’s call to priesthood and consecrated life, and 600 families volunteered to go on mission. […]

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Meet Frassati’s new principal at open house

As the school’s Aug. 21 start date approaches, Frassati Cathlolic Academy in Thornton is well on its way to an exciting first day with the hiring of its principal. It […]