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Denver at World Youth Day by the numbers

The Archdiocese of Denver has around 600 pilgrims attending World Youth Day. Our pilgrims come from every corner of our archdiocese, from Granby to Foxfield, from Fort Collins to Conifer. Some […]

“We need priests. So pray.”

The Archdiocese of Denver needs more priests, and we can all help in the work of vocational recruitment with our prayers, says the incoming vocations director, Father Ryan O’Neill. Before […]

Unanimous win for Little Sisters of the Poor at Supreme Court

Photo provided WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the government cannot fine the Little Sisters of the Poor. The Supreme Court vacated the lower court rulings against the […]

Sealed and Sent by the numbers

On May 7, over 500 people were confirmed at the Denver Coliseum. Thousands more joined to celebrate the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Thanks to everyone who helped make this […]

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: April 14, 2016

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: April 14, 2016 The following are granted Presbyteral Faculties of the Archdiocese of Denver on the day of their ordination to their priesthood (May 14, 2016) and appointed […]

Legacy celebration to honor St. Louis Catholic School’s rich history

St. Louis Catholic School, located at 3301 South Sherman Street, will host a Legacy Celebration on May 1 to celebrate the eighty-seven years that the school has proudly served the […]

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Archdiocese releases statement on alleged visionary Charlie Johnston

The Archdiocese of Denver released a statement on the alleged visionary Charlie Johnston, urging the faithful to “exercise prudence and caution” with regard to his claims that he has received […]