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Thousands march on Denver to Celebrate Life

On Saturday, Jan. 13, thousands took to the streets of Denver and stood up for the dignity of all life, from conception until natural death, at the annual Celebrate Life […]

Year in review

When the year 2017 is looked back on as a chapter in the rich history of the Archdiocese of Denver, it will likely be remembered as a year dedicated to […]

There is no higher knowledge than Jesus Christ, says Cardinal Stafford

Vladimir Mauricio-Perez

“Gaudete” Sunday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception was a day to rejoice not only in the Savior to come, but also in Christ’s work in the life and […]

Marisol clinics help abortion-vulnerable women choose life, rebuild lives

Roxanne King

Nearly half of pregnancies among American women are unintended, and about 4 in 10 of these are terminated by abortion, according to the Alan Guttmacher Institute. Twenty-two percent of all […]

Beacon of Hope gala to honor Mike and Jane Norton

Coloradans Mike and Jane Norton don’t stand for assaults on religious liberty. They fight anti-freedom bullies, and frequently win. The 2018 Beacon of Hope Gala, Jan. 27, will recognize the […]

St. Agnes, pray for us that we may grow in purity of heart, that we may see God more clearly and love him more full… https://t.co/pSlefZTZ3h

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Celebrate and support the sacred gift of life

Editor’s Note: This column is adapted from Archbishop Aquila’s remarks to the 2018 Celebrate Life March, which took place on January 13th in front of the Colorado State Capitol building. […]

New president to advance mission of Arrupe Jesuit HS to underserved families

The newly-elected president of Arrupe Jesuit High School, Michael J. O’Hagan, will seek to serve students and families in the Jesuit tradition of providing a well-rounded, Catholic formation. “My vision […]

Faith and basketball crossover at Catholic Families Night Feb. 25

For the the fourth year in a row, the Denver Nuggets are hosting Catholic Families Night at the Pepsi Center on Sunday, Feb. 25, where they will face-off against the […]

Evangelizing one of the richest, most secular cities in the U.S.

Deep in the Rocky Mountains lies the city of Aspen, considered one of the most hedonistic and wealthy places in the U.S. Yet, within the skiing paradise, abides also a […]

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“Equilibrium” and ignominy

This past December 18, Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk, the head of the department of external relations of the Russian Orthodox Church, received an honorary degree from the Faculty of Theology […]

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In the New Year, a little silence, please

Last year, I spent a raucous New Year’s Eve in San Francisco, celebrating with some of my oldest and dearest friends against the backdrop of one of the most exciting […]

Father Dan Flaherty, editor and founding pastor, dies at 91

Father Daniel J. Flaherty, who served as an editor of the Denver Catholic Register (now the Denver Catholic) and was the founding pastor of a Longmont church, died Dec. 31, […]

Vincentian Father Christensen served archdiocese 27 years

Father Lawrence P. Christensen, a Congregation of the Mission (Vincentian) priest who served the Denver Archdiocese for most of his 34-year priesthood, died Jan. 1. He was 82. He was […]

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A personal tour of Catholicism

In his monumental video series, Catholicism, Bishop Robert Barron took us on a guided tour of the major themes of the Catholic faith. He did so by visiting the key […]

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Celebrate Life with true unity

Deacon Geoff Bennett is Vice President of Parish and Community Relations at Catholic Charities. The cultural conflicts over the past 50 years in American society have shattered the concept of […]

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Recompense for a serious mistake

I won’t venture into classical Roman literature, which is not my forte, but I will say with assurance that the greatest modern Latin pun was the result of a schoolgirl […]

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‘What color is God’s skin…’

Thus says the chorus of the popular Spanish-language song by Ivonne and Ivette, “El Color de la Piel de Dios” (“The Color of God’s Skin”), which many Spanish speakers may […]