‘Well done, good and faithful servants’: Priests celebrate milestone anniversaries

65 years Monsignor Edward Madden Monsignor Edward Madden remembers hearing God’s call of him to the priesthood as young as three years old. While attending daily Mass at St. John’s […]

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Cowboy John — Living out his faith

Meet John Calderon, a cowboy and Catholic convert whose life has been radically transformed by Christ.

Wrangled by faith

He stands against the orange-stained horizon, donned in a cowboy hat and spurred boots. Beside him, a horse grazes in the grass, wearing a saddle that’s ripe for riding. It’s […]

Former slave Julia Greeley first to be buried at Denver’s Cathedral

In what was a historic first for the Archdiocese of Denver, the exhumed remains of a potential saint were laid to rest at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception […]

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The feminine genius: A spark of wonder

“Progress usually tends to be measured according to the criteria of science and technology. Nor from this point of view has the contribution of women been negligible. Even so, this […]

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The Eucharist: Center of the Universe

This week I have been thinking about Corpus Christi Sunday – the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ – which we will be celebrating on June 18. On […]

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Thoughts on the Western Wall, Fifty Years Later

Photographs can capture exceptional moments in an iconic way, making the original experience “present” emotionally as well as pictorially. The photo of U.S. Marines raising the American flag on Iwo […]

Cardinal O’Malley visits Denver’s Annunciation Parish

Even though the horizon looks bleak when it comes to immigration and end-of-life issues, there is hope, says the archbishop of Boston, Cardinal Seán Patrick O’Malley. The cardinal, who is […]

Arvada parish marks half-century of Christian love, community

On the feast of St. Joan of Arc, May 30, the only church in the Denver Archdiocese named after the 15th century French peasant girl turned soldier marked it’s 50th […]

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Interreligious dialogue with edge and purpose

The evening of September 12, 2006, was, in a word, memorable. My wife and I were having dinner in Cracow with two of John Paul II’s oldest friends when my […]

Archbishop to consecrate archdiocese to Our Lady of Fatima Oct. 13

“I want to announce that this coming Oct. 13, I will be consecrating the archdiocese to Our Lady of Fatima, entrusting to her Immaculate Heart the entire Archdiocese of Denver […]

Father Traynor grateful for opportunity to serve as seminary rector

Father Scott Traynor, rector of the St. John Vianney Theological Seminary from 2013 through May 2017, describes his four-year term as rector of St. John Vianney Theological Seminary as “a […]