Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Content Specialist

Aaron is the managing editor for the Denver Catholic and communications manager for the Archdiocese of Denver. 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 kids, jamming music through some headphones, writing, reading or playing drums.

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: May 16, 2018

Reverend Franklin Sequeira-Treminio, appointed Administrator Pro Tempore, St. Augustine Parish, Brighton, Colorado, effective immediately until June 13, 2018. Reverend Andrew Carl Wisdom, O.P., granted Presbyteral faculties of the Archdiocese of […]

Dr. Edward Sri joins FOCUS as new Vice President of Formation

The work of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) has bore much fruit in its campus ministry and evangelization efforts, and later this year, renowned Catholic theologian and author […]

Retreat to help cancer-afflicted ‘face their immortality’

When Denise Archuleta was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2009, her life changed drastically. “When you get cancer, you get thrown into chaos,” she told the Denver Catholic. Archuleta, a […]

June 7 marks 100 years since Julia Greeley’s death

“Is she a saint?” So read the headline on the cover of the April 15, 1998 issue of the Denver Catholic Register, coupled with a picture of Julia Greeley. Little […]

Pope Francis responds to letters from Blessed Sacrament students

Last week, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School received a surprise of papal proportions. Back in February, Nancy Lowell’s first grade class wrote some letters to Pope Francis. This assignment was two-fold: […]

That dollar goes further than you think

It’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself every year: how far does that money you give to the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal really go? Or another: Will it really make a […]

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Catholic school students choose prayer over walk-outs

On March 14, Denver’s Catholic school students honored the 17 victims of the Parkland, Fla. shooting not by rising to their feet in protest, but by dropping to their knees […]

What are the Dead Sea Scrolls?

One of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time is coming to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science March 16, and it has deep roots in the Christian faith. […]

October ‘Saints, Monks & Beer’ pilgrimage will immerse pilgrims in Catholic culture

The history of Catholicism and beer is a fascinating one, combining a litany of libations with that of the saints and the rich spiritual tradition of the Church. Those intrigued […]

Life was ‘God’s precious and loving gift’ for Denver priest of 60 years

Father Angelo Ossino, a longtime and beloved priest who served in the Archdiocese of Denver for over 40 years, died Feb. 13. He was 86 years old. Angelo Ossino was […]

New pipe organ installed at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary

If a seminary’s primary role is to form the priests of tomorrow – a divine task – then it’s only fitting that the instrument used for adoration and worship during […]

Five things to do for your beloved on Ash Valentine’s Day

Please note: This article is meant to be a fun take on celebrating Valentine’s Day on Ash Wednesday.  It’s not every year that Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day fall on […]