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.

Denver Nuggets to host third annual Catholic Families Night

What do you get when you cross the Denver Nuggets, slam-dunks and a whole lot of Catholics? For the third year in a row, the Denver Nuggets are hosting Catholic […]

‘Witnesses of Mercy in the Americas’ explored at symposium in Rome

The examples of four models of mercy from the Americas were recounted at a Sept. 24 symposium in Rome, called “Witnesses of Mercy in the Americas.” The symposium, which aimed […]


Finding faith as a weary pilgrim

In the bull indiction for the Jubilee Year of Mercy, Misericordiae Vultus, Pope Francis suggested various ways on how to live out this mercy year, one of which was embarking […]


A Catholic newbie goes to Rome

Day one — We go as pilgrims Sept. 16, 2016 A few months ago, I was offered the generous opportunity to join the archdiocesan pilgrimage to Italy, led by Archbishop […]

Voting in good faith

The 2016 election is right around the corner, and for many Catholics, there’s no telling how they feel about it. With two controversial candidates going head-to-head, many Catholic voters are […]

Two more ballot measures Denver Catholics should vote on

This election season, in addition to Proposition 106, there are two other Colorado ballot measures that the Colorado Catholic Conference and Colorado’s bishops are urging Catholic voters to take firm […]

Blessed Frassati to serve as patron of new school

A new Catholic school featuring Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati in its namesake is coming to the Archdiocese of Denver. Frassati Catholic Academy is a new Catholic school in Thornton slated […]

Rome symposium to explore lesser-known witnesses of mercy — including Denver’s Julia Greeley

In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, it’s important to recall and reflect upon the examples of those who were bold witnesses of mercy before our time. That’s precisely what the […]


WATCH: Archbishop Aquila thanks Zarlengo Foundation for Learning Ally

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila recently extended his gratitude to the Zarlengo Foundation and all other generous donors for their help in implementing Learning Ally to all 36 archdiocesan schools. “We […]

Fort Collins pastor embraced ‘journey’ of cancer

Father Steven Voss, the beloved pastor of St. Joseph’s Parish in Fort Collins, died Saturday, Sept. 10, after a long battle with cancer. He was 37 years old. A photo […]

Priests admire Bishop-elect for authenticity, ‘keen sense of humor’

Many priests of the Archdiocese of Denver have fond memories of the new auxiliary bishop from their time as seminarians. “I remember on a couple of occasions, he made fun […]


GALLERY: St. Teresa of Calcutta celebrated at canonization events

Mother Teresa is at last St. Teresa of Calcutta. On Aug. 26, the Missionaries of Charity held a special novena in honor of their founder’s impending canonization, and this past […]