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A year of mercy, a year of grace

As soon as it seemed to have begun, 2016 is coming to a close. Though the consensus from the general population at large is decrying 2016 as the “worst year […]

OFFICIAL DECREE: Statutes of the Dean’s Board of the Archdiocese of Denver

Below is an official decree declaring the statues of the Dean’s Board of the Archdiocese of Denver. Click the image to view a PDF.

Calling Pro-life Colorado: stand up and ‘be counted’

Every pro-life Coloradan is invited to gather the second week of January at the State Capitol to “be counted” and “show with overwhelming numbers” that this state is pro-life, says […]

Adorable to quirky, a Catholic gift guide

Say a Hail Mary and hope for the best – the holiday season is upon us, and you know what that means: it’s shopping season. As the old adage goes, […]

Official Appointments: November 15, 2016

Reverend Simon Kalonga has been appointed Pastor at St. Joseph Parish in Ft. Collins, effective January 11, 2017 for a period of six years. In the meantime, we have appointed the […]

His Church, our experience: The new and improved Denver Catholic

As you probably have noticed by now, we’ve updated the Denver Catholic print edition with our new logo. We’ve also given it a minor facelift from a design standpoint, and […]

FULL TEXT: Apostolic Penitentiary opening Our Lady of Fatima Jubilee Year

Very Blessed Father, Samuel Joseph Aquila, Metropolitan Archbishop of Denver, acting in his own name and in the person of the Pastor, of the clergy and of all the faithful […]

Auxiliary bishop FAQs

Not sure what solemn vespers are? And why does a bishop carry around a staff? Answers to these questions and more can be found here in this handy auxiliary bishop […]

Key moments of an episcopal ordination

The Ordination Mass for a bishop can be a lengthy liturgy, and if you don’t know what is going on, you can miss out on a lot of rich symbolism […]

Archbishop, mayor stand ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of Denver CEO Larry Smith unveiled plans for a new women’s shelter during an event Oct. 17 with Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. The […]

Relics of St. Anthony of Padua to visit Denver Oct. 14-23

For the first time, relics of St. Anthony of Padua, beloved as the “finder of lost things,” will travel from Italy to the Archdiocese of Denver for veneration at seven […]

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Samaritan House turns 30 – Sam’s Supper celebration

More than $365,000 was raised for Catholic Charities’ Samaritan House Sept. 10 as 300 people turned out to mark its three decades providing shelter to the homeless. Dubbed “Sam’s Supper” […]