Melissa Keating

Melissa Keating

Content Coordinator

Archbishop Aquila: Join me by fasting in solidarity with France

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila is inviting the faithful of the Archdiocese of Denver to join French Catholics in a day of fasting and prayer initiated by the bishops there as […]

Decline to Sign

Outside groups with big funding have picked Colorado as the next battleground for physician-assisted suicide. Coloradans’ testimonies defeated House Bill 1054, “End-of-Life Options for Terminally Ill Individuals,” which sought to legalize physician-assisted suicide in the state. […]

Christ the King in Evergreen carries on World Youth Day tradition

Twenty-three years ago, a teenage John Klausner listened to Pope John Paul II tell the crowds at Cherry Creek park that love is stronger than death. Klausner had just walked […]

Pilgrim Updates: Germany and Austria

Mendicant pilgrim Ann Sieben is leading four men across Europe on foot for World Youth Day. Every week, we are updating you on their progress via their pictures and journal […]

Young women “Given” tools for leadership

Elizabeth Pawalek did not expect to represent Denver when she sent in her application for the Given conference, a meeting of young female Catholic leaders from across the country. Then […]

Catholic Millennials: Here to stay

Caitlin Pride works with young adults who love the Church. She said she’s noticed that some are able to connect with a parish, but others are effectively turned away. It’s […]

Totus Tuus: “Exploding of fun”

Even though the summer break should be a time for young gentlemen to take their leisure, middle schooler John Call decided to devote nearly a week of his to theology. He […]

The freest man in America

Catholic saints or saints in the making are some of the most fascinating guides through history. One of our early possible saints is a man named Pierre Toussaint, a former […]

Pilgrim updates: From the Alps

Mendicant pilgrim Ann Sieben is leading four men across Europe on foot for World Youth Day. Every week, we are updating you on their progress via their pictures and journal […]

Let’s get political

Sarah Hahn is many things. She’s a runner, a Franciscan University of Steubenville graduate, and the daughter and granddaughter of veterans. However, as a millennial mother of six young children, she was not planning […]

Witnesses to freedom: Saints coming to Denver

When she helped write the brief for the Little Sisters of the Poor Supreme Court Case, lawyer Hillary Byrnes and her colleagues told the court about St. Thomas More. She said this Catholic martyr might help […]

A father from afar

“I can’t cure his cancer, but I can share my life with him,” said Deacon Daniel Ciucci. Deacon Cuicci just returned from Texas, where he visited Monsignor Michael Glenn. Father Glenn has brain cancer, for […]