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.

New presidents for two of Denver’s Catholic schools

Bill Barrett, new president of St. Mary’s Academy (left), and Paul Dull, new president of Escuela de Guadalupe. After conducting national searches, two of Denver’s Catholic schools have announced the […]

Colorado’s current, former bishops respond to executive order on refugees

The current bishops of Colorado, as well as three of Denver’s former bishops — Archbishops Charles J. Chaput, José H. Gomez and Bishop James D. Conley — have responded to […]

Catholic health networks opt-out of physician-assisted suicide law

Local Catholic hospitals are exercising their right to opt-out of participating in the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act—known during the election cycle as Proposition 106—which legalizes physician-assisted suicide in Colorado. The […]

During Catholic Schools Week, gratitude for ACE program in Denver

During Catholic Schools Week, we are grateful the many wonderful teachers teaching in the Catholics schools here in Denver, and especially those who were placed here by the ACE program. […]

Parents choose. Kids win.

The Office of Catholic Schools, the Colorado Catholic Conference and a diverse group of state-wide allies are teaming up to make school choice an important issue this legislative session, which […]

St. Anthony’s parishioner wins Year of Mercy icon

Mike Miller, a parishioner of St. Anthony’s Parish in Sterling, Colo., was randomly chosen as the winner of a high-quality, framed print of the official Year of Mercy icon for […]

“You are called to be slaves for the people of God,” Archbishop tells newly ordained men

On Dec. 27, the Feast of St. John the Apostle, two men were ordained for the Archdiocese of Denver – one to the priesthood and one to the transitional diaconate. […]

From Naval officer to Benedictine nun

The paths God leads his people on often take unexpected turns; for Sister Elizabeth Baumgartner, however, she never could have imagined going from active duty to a life of prayer. […]

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 […]