Julie Filby

Julie Filby

Reporter

Dominican Derby raises $145,000 for ‘the least of these’

Guests donned Derby hats, enjoyed live music and dined on gourmet appetizers from Denver restaurants to support the Dominican Home Health Agency at the third annual Dominican Derby May 1. […]

What does it mean to be educated?

Marc Nestorick is the principal of Bishop Machebeuf High School. He will be ordained to the diaconate June 20. What do our children need before they graduate from high school? […]

Children deserve to be safe and loved

Michelle Schuldt, and her husband Matt, have been foster parents with Catholic Charities since 2012. They are parishioners at St. Pius X in Aurora. Right before Christmas 2013 we got […]

Faith and fun, secrets to a long life

Isidora and Jack Shirkey didn’t always have a car while they were raising their three boys in Aurora. Isidora was a stay-at-home mom and Jack a medical technician. But even […]

Cyclists back in the saddle for Samaritan House

Team Samaritan House hopes to raise $75,000 to support the homeless in northern Colorado by cycling 465 miles in seven days during this summer’s Ride the Rockies tour. Team Samaritan […]

Short life has long-term impact

Inspired by the story of baby Veyda Faith Lamoureux, who lived just 30 hours, Lakewood Knights of Columbus recently raised the funds needed to purchase an ultrasound machine for a […]

Community to celebrate Presentation’s legacy

In its 91-year history, Presentation of Our Lady School has provided a Catholic education for thousands of children. Alumni, former and current staff, students, parents and anyone involved with the […]

Archdiocese will soon have five new priests

Five men will be ordained to the priesthood this month to serve the Archdiocese of Denver. Three of them have completed formation at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary—Deacons Gregory Lesher, […]

Archbishop to discuss restored order of sacraments of initiation

Archbishop Samuel Aquila will host a live phone call at the end of the month to discuss his initiative to restore the sacraments of initiation—baptism, confirmation and Eucharist—to their original […]

Faithful asked to help relieve suffering of Nepal

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has asked all bishops in the country to take up a special collection to provide humanitarian relief and pastoral support for the residents of […]

Appeal puts psychology at the service of the Church

From helping wounded families, to aiding post-abortive women and men, Regina Caeli Clinical Services extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ by bringing psychology to the service of the Church. […]

Finding God in Nepal

UPDATE APRIL 29—Mullen High School students launched a fundraiser April 29 to support relief efforts in Nepal,  devastated by an April 25 earthquake. Students are selling ice cream bars donated […]