What Pope Francis wants fathers to know

The universal word “father” points to a fundamental relationship that is as old as human history. Yet, Pope Francis says we have reached a point in history in which many […]

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Consenting to Sex

Recent news articles exploring the post-#MeToo world of romance have noted the phenomenon of cell phone “consent apps,” allowing millennials to sign digital contracts before they have sex with their […]

Q&A: From sports news to the Good News

Mark Haas thought he would be a sports anchor for much of his career. God had other plans. Now, Haas is the new Director of Public Relations for the Archdiocese […]

Deacon Steve Hinkle remembered by his care for those in need

Deacon Steven Hinkle passed away on May 18.  He was 65 years old.  He ministered at Spirit of Christ Catholic Church in Arvada. Deacon Steven Douglas Hinkle was born to […]

A statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe in New Mexico reportedly began to cry

Hundreds of faithful Catholics are going on pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Hobbs, N.M., where reportedly, a bronze statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe began to shed […]

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Prayer: anchor in storm of distractions

Did you know that we see hundreds if not thousands of advertisements a day? In fact, the consensus among marketing researchers is that you might see or hear as many […]

Local Catholic’s action against strip club van leads to unexpected result

Abriana Chilelli was fed up with driving her kids home from school. It wasn’t a mundane routine or long commute that created her frustrations. It was a van with images […]

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Craving approval isn’t evangelization

The bizarre comment and the weird gesture have not, until recently, been associated with high-ranking churchmen. Both, alas, were on vivid display last month when Cardinals Reinhard Marx and Gianfranco […]

Q&A: Juan Carlos Reyes, new Director of Centro San Juan Diego, a product of its services

As Centro San Juan Diego (CSJD) celebrates its 15th anniversary, its new director Juan Carlos Reyes shared his goals and aspirations for the archdiocesan organization that serves hundreds of Hispanics […]

Family finds fresh start at Samaritan House

Andrea and her three children were out of options. “I had no money, no car, no credit, no husband, no college education, no job, no financial stability,” said Andrea. “My […]

USCCB responds to Masterpiece Cake Shop Supreme Court ruling

DENVER — Today, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling in favor of protecting a Colorado cake baker’s religious liberty rights; we applaud this decision.  America was founded on […]

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Grace under pressure

A chapter in a remarkable American and Catholic life will close on June 6, when Abbot Thomas Frerking, OSB, concludes more than two decades of service as leader of the […]