Moira Cullings

Columnist

Eucharistic miracles reveal Christ’s real presence

Over 2,000 years ago, Jesus Christ walked the earth, performed miracles and was eventually crucified, offering up his life for the salvation of souls. Jesus had a body just like […]

Sophia Montessori Academy thrives in first year

Pauline Meert and Irene O’Brien were both working on their Master’s degrees on separate continents with little financial security when they decided it was the perfect time to open a […]

Parish generosity rewarded through Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal rebate

This past January, Guardian Angels Catholic Church in Mead celebrated the dedication of its brand new church building. Among the excitement surrounding the new church was also a need for […]

Cardinal Stafford librarian celebrates two decades of service

Lyn Cotton and her fellow staff members at the Cardinal Stafford Theological Library will never forget the summer the library’s smoke alarm went off. Perhaps it was the cause of […]

Sisters offer spiritual motherhood to those they serve

When Sister Joseph Marie Cruz was a child, her family lived near the Mullen Home in Denver where the Little Sisters of the Poor serve the elderly in need, and […]

Five ways to get creative this Mother’s Day

It’s the moment your mom has been waiting for. She gets dressed up, puts on some makeup and heads to the car. You drive her to your family’s go-to restaurant […]

‘Fill the Seats’ campaign offers aid to middle-income families

With declining enrollment, financial difficulties and limited resources, the challenges faced by Catholic schools can seem insurmountable, said Elias Moo, superintendent of Catholic Schools. “But in spite of this reality, […]

Saint John Institute hosts inaugural graduation

Regina Ramsey was tired of hearing complaints about what’s wrong with the world and what needs to change within the Catholic Church. She wanted to act. “I decided that I […]

Father Jan Mucha remembered for his ‘joy and simplicity’

When Father Marek Ciesla was 11 years old, he encountered a priest in his hometown in northern Poland who was visiting his parish on mission. “I was impressed,” said Father […]

Families, parishes discover beauty in restored order of initiation sacraments

When Avallina Goodman found out the Archdiocese of Denver would implement the restored order of the sacraments of initiation, she was a little wary. “We initially were a tad shocked,” […]

Opening the tomb of Christ

The life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ came alive for a group of researchers who opened the tomb where millions believe he was buried over 2,000 years ago. As […]

Padre Pio’s relics bring “overwhelming sense of peace”

When people come in contact with Padre Pio’s relics, miracles can happen. “Some people cry continuously,” said Luciano Lamonarca. “Some of them are just in awe because of the great […]