Therese Aaker

Therese Aaker

Columnist

What does the Church say about feminism?

Ever since the Women’s March in D.C. on Jan. 21, the topic of feminism is abuzz in both the mainstream media as well as the Church. But for the Church, […]

More contraception? At what cost?

Access to birth control is about to get a whole lot easier for Colorado at the peril of women’s health, according to Catholic healthcare specialists. After a bipartisan bill passed […]

The book mainstream media won’t talk about or want you to read

With 40 Days for Life starting March 1, it’s important to remember why we pray to end abortion. Here’s a little reminder, courtesy of a recently published book on the […]

Dating Detox: Not your typical chastity book

“Lord give me chastity, but not yet” is one of the most relatable quotes from a saint (this one from St. Augustine of Hippo) for those of us struggling to […]

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Catholic Millennials in the digital age: How do I date?!

Catholic millennials struggle with dating. Somewhere between trying to avoid an aggressive “hookup culture” – short-termed casual flings focused on physical intimacy without the commitment – and dating with the […]

Local authors remind young women they’re ‘Daughters of the King’ in new book

With so many voices competing for the attention of young people, living in the world as a Catholic millennial can be a confusing journey, especially when it comes to learning […]

Q&A: The most important legislative issues Colorado Catholics should keep an eye on this year

While political involvement on a national level gets more attention, it’s important to be aware of how the Catholic community can get involved on a state level with this year’s […]

The good guys do exist: Catholic senators serving our state

The good guys don’t make the headlines very often. So here’s a friendly reminder that, in the political world, they do still exist. Senators Kevin Priola and Jack Tate are […]

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How to get through Inauguration Day as a Catholic

On Jan. 20, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. It’s really happening. I think it’s safe to say that many Catholics my age […]

It’s time to sign up: Summer 2017 events your kids will thank you for

Winter storm warnings won’t be ending anytime soon, but with a loaded summer of events ahead for Catholics in Denver, it’s not too early to plan ahead. Summer events in […]

“We were faithful”: Denver marches to celebrate all life

The pro-life movement is changing. Throughout the years since abortion was legalized with Roe vs. Wade, we’ve seen younger generations become more involved and passionate about the right to life. […]

Q&A: Producing ‘The Opus Joyous Show’—a new ‘Veggie Tales’ for Catholics

In a culture where quality content is increasingly more difficult to find, creatives like Jason Taylor are putting their talent toward producing material that stands out and educates people about […]