Fifty years of building Christ’s community together at Queen of Peace

Queen of Peace Parish in Aurora, while predominately middle to lower income, is the most diverse in the archdiocese and among the busiest. It is a beacon of hope for […]

A day without the Knights of Columbus

Imagine a world where a young man rolls out of bed to the street on a gray winter morning. He walks by a shop in the neighborhood and catches a […]

Renovation to make Catholic-centered senior home even better

In his 56 years of priestly ministry, Msgr. Don Dunn has visited a lot of senior living homes. “They don’t always radiate happiness,” he told the Denver Catholic. Then, referring […]

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Making a diverse College of Cardinals work

With the exception of the two consistories held by Pope John XXIII in 1958 and 1959, every creation of new cardinals since Pope Pius XII has decreased the percentage of […]

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A pilgrimage through the arts

I recently visited the Denver Art Museum to see the Degas: A Passion for Perfection exhibit, which runs until May 20th. My kindergartener summed up the thematic content: “Horses and […]

Evergreen parish builds up families

The Archdiocese of Denver is seeing the many fruits that Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila’s Restored Order Initiative is bearing for families and parishes across the state. It’s leading pastors and […]

‘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, […]

Earthly stewardship is a Christian virtue

In Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical, Laudato si, subtitled “On Care for Our Common Home,” the Holy Father calls all people to an “ecological conversion,” whereby one’s encounter with Jesus Christ […]

What being a saint does not mean

In his apostolic exhortation Gaudete et Exsultate (Rejoice and Be Glad), Pope Francis speaks simply and concretely about the type of holiness that all baptized Christians are called to in […]

Unique shop brings Holy Land art here, sustains Christians there

It’s the only one in the United States and it’s located in the Archdiocese of Denver. The well-known and respected Bethlehem Handicrafts, which imports carved olive wood items from the […]

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Watch the 2018 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal video

Where does all the money for Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal go? Watch the (rather hilarious) video above to find out!

Court of Appeal rejects plea from Alfie Evans’ parents

Liverpool, England, Apr 25, 2018 / 12:49 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- An appeal by the parents of ailing toddler Alfie Evans was dismissed by the UK Court of Appeal Wednesday, leaving […]