Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Content Specialist

Aaron is a writer and content specialist for the Denver Catholic. He was born and raised Christian and entered the Catholic Church on Easter of 2015. He graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a bachelor's degree in Convergent Journalism, and enjoys writing about music in addition to matters relating to the Church. In his free time, you can catch him spending time with his wife and daughter, jamming music through some headphones, writing, reading or playing drums.

The forgotten truth of Catholicism: A love story

Pope Francis has been quoted as saying that the Church is a love story, and that it’s only in the path of love that it can grow. Reboot! Live!, an […]

Who is Jesus Christ?

As Catholics, it’s so easy to get caught up in the doctrine and dogma and theology of the Church that we often forget the fundamental question of Christianity: Who is Jesus Christ? […]

Need to find a Holy Week Mass?

Holy Week is the summit of the liturgical year in the Catholic Church. It kicks off with Palm Sunday, marking the beginning of Holy Week, and the Triduum comprised of […]

Don’t stand idle during Holy Week

Holy Week is upon us, and we Catholics sure are lucky to have a wealth of ways to truly live out and participate in this most important time of the […]

Keep your kids safe from porn before it happens

It’s an epidemic — one that seeps deep into the conscience and morphs the very way one views a fellow human being. The dangerous effects of pornography have been well-documented […]

perspective

Be an (April) fool for Christ

The Denver Catholic would like to announce it will not be partaking in April Fool’s Day. In other news, the Pope has decreed Denver Catholic the greatest Catholic publication in […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Can this broken family heal? Archbishop Aquila to attend 500th commemoration of Reformation

This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation; a time for Catholics to remember the event that splintered Christendom into thousands of denominations and a time to work toward […]

24 hours for the Lord returns to the Cathedral

Continuing the tradition started last year during the Year of Mercy, the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception will once again open its doors for 24 hours to those seeking […]

Tales from the road: Winter Pilgrim checks in from Japan

Ann Sieben, better known around these parts as the Winter Pilgrim, is currently on a pilgrimage through snowy Japan beginning and ending in Nagasaki, and she provided an update from […]