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.

How one Denver priest helped rescue Christina Khodor from ISIS

A young girl kidnapped by ISIS at the age of three was recently returned to her parents after almost three years. Now, St. Rafka’s Mission of Hope and Mercy is […]

At Mother Cabrini Shrine, saint’s spirit lives on 100 years after death

Driving out of the mountains on I-70, it’s hard not to spot: A statue of Jesus overlooking the corridor, signaling a warm welcome back to the city after a long […]

Our Lady of Fatima is iconographer’s 100th

Vivian Imbruglia, the iconographer who was commissioned to write the icon of Servant of God Julia Greeley for the Archdiocese of Denver, recently wrote her 100th icon: Our Lady of […]

Narthex laps and cracker crumbs: Dads give tips for surviving Mass with a toddler

Any parent with a toddler knows how ruthlessly exhausting – yet, infinitely rewarding – parenthood becomes when they get to that point. Speaking from my own experience, my daughter, now […]

Iron sharpens iron

Courage. Strength. Leadership. These are but a few of the qualities men were created to exude; staples of masculinity that draw each man closer to God. Scripture has a lot […]

Wrangled by faith

He stands against the orange-stained horizon, donned in a cowboy hat and spurred boots. Beside him, a horse grazes in the grass, wearing a saddle that’s ripe for riding. It’s […]

Former slave Julia Greeley first to be buried at Denver’s Cathedral

In what was a historic first for the Archdiocese of Denver, the exhumed remains of a potential saint were laid to rest at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception […]

Q&A: Matthew Kelly brings ‘passion and purpose’ to Denver

In the Catholic world, Matthew Kelly is a giant. He’s written several best-selling books, encouraging people to become the “best-version-of-themselves,” and travels all over the world encouraging people in their […]

Mideast Christian advocates call for safe zones in Syria

Though mainstream media is relatively silent when it comes to the situation in the Middle East, a very real threat still looms overseas, one that continues to affect millions of […]

Eight priests ordained on feast of Our Lady of Fatima

May 13 marked a joyous occasion for the Archdiocese of Denver as eight men were ordained to the priesthood. Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila presided over the ordination Mass at a […]

Read all about Fatima

May 13 marks the 100 years since Our Lady appeared to the young shepherds in Fatima, Portugal. Though one of the more popular devotions in the Church, much can be […]

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Science is an act of worship

Bill Nye the Science Guy and the recent Marches for Science would do well to learn a thing or two from Vatican observatory director Brother Guy Consolmagno, who argues that […]