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.

Q&A: Confessions of a Catholic revert

We all know a few Catholic converts, but Catholic reverts, those who have left the faith and come back, are fewer and far between. Dr. Francis Beckwith has quite the […]

“Simple, humble” Julia Greeley placed on path to sainthood

An ex-slave from Hannibal, Missouri, who found her way to Denver and the Catholic Church in the late 1800s, is now the first person the Archdiocese of Denver has proposed […]

In Hacksaw Ridge, faith a beacon of hope amidst grisly realities of war

(Image courtesy of Lionsgate Pictures. Photo credit: Mark Rogers) What role does a man’s faith play when he goes off to war? And how closely can he adhere to his […]

St. Louis students lend a helping hand to Haiti

In 2010, a devastating earthquake ravaged Haiti. Just a few months ago, Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, further damaging a country that was in the process of rebuilding. Haiti’s need […]

A little help making holiday cocktails — from the Saints

Despite popular belief, adult beverages and the Catholic Church definitely go hand in hand; just ask Dr. Michael Foley, author of Drinking with the Saints: The Sinners Guide to a […]

Catholic Charities to distribute 3,000 turkeys to the needy

The annual Turkey Drive held by Catholic Charities is getting a helping hand from the Church of the Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. On Nov. 18, 2,900 turkeys donated by the […]

Saint John’s Bible on display in Stafford Library

The Cardinal Stafford Library at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary now has on public display a “significant” and extremely limited piece of contemporary religious art. Cardinal J. Francis Stafford blessed […]

Denver’s ‘Angel of Charity’ on road to sainthood

A freed slave, a servant, and perhaps one day a saint – Julia Greeley was not your average Denverite, according to her biographer, Capuchin Friar Father Blaine Burkey. “People have […]

Denver’s iconic Cathedral Basilica to undergo extensive repairs

What stands at 210 feet, contains ornate stonework dating back to the early 1900s, and is covered in $985,000 worth of scaffolding in order to be repaired? The Cathedral Basilica […]

Fatima Parish entrusted with ‘great responsibility’

As this Jubilee Year of Mercy comes to an end, the graces will continue to flow into the Archdiocese of Denver as another Jubilee Year opens at Our Lady of Fatima […]

Amidst passage of physician-assisted suicide law, hope remains

After a long and hard fought battle on the part of the Colorado Catholic Conference and the No on Prop 106 campaign, Colorado voters overwhelmingly voted for the passage of […]

‘You belong to the Father,’ Archbishop tells Bishop Rodriguez at ordination

It was a joyous day for the Archdiocese of Denver Nov. 4, when new auxiliary Bishop Jorge Rodriguez was consecrated to the fullness of the sacrament of Holy Orders by Archbishop […]