Which Catholic school is right for your child?

All this talk about school choice begs the question: What kinds of options are available to Catholic school students in Denver? Quite a few, it turns out. While the Office […]

Long-desired, needed priest retirement center under construction

There’s a joke about religious work that goes, “The pay is poor but the benefits are out of this world!” That may be true, but it’s little relief for the […]

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Which Reformation? What Reform?

Despite the formulation you’ll hear before and after the October 31 quincentenary of Luther’s 95 theses, there was no single “Reformation” to which the Catholic “Counter-Reformation” was the similarly univocal […]

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Decoding social media and teen suicide

Just a few weeks ago I learned with great sadness that a middle school and high school student in Littleton took their lives within two days of each other, and […]

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Debunking Reformation myths

In my last review, I looked at a number of new books on Martin Luther and genuine reformers in the Catholic tradition. In light of the 500th anniversary of the […]

The first martyrs of America

The recent canonization of Cristobal, Antonio, and Juan, officially declared the new saints as the first martyrs of the New World. The 12 and 13-year-old saints were murdered between the […]

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500 years later, who was Luther?

Hero, villain, heretic, saint, reformer, corrupter, man of integrity, bombastic glutton. Which image of Luther should we believe? Because Luther primarily sought not to reform abuses in the Church but […]

Douglas County elections heat up over school choice

Few issues worry parents more than the quality of education available to their children, which is why school choice is a hot-button, emotional issue for many voters. This fall, the […]

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Whose bourgeois morality?

In the latest round of debate over Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation on marriage and the family, a fervent defender of the document sniffed at some of its critics […]

Mullen runners exemplify Lasallian spirit

By Neil H. Devlin Mullen Sports Information Specialist They could have run away, but Adele Cardenas and Emma Hahn chose to literally run into the situation. The Mullen juniors were […]

How one Denver parish is making disciples

It was one of Christ’s chief commands to his apostles: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations…” (Mt 28:19). Unfortunately, the Catholic Church has lost its way in some […]

Attollo seeks to close the divide between the office and the pew

Paul Winkler lived what one would call a successful life – he enjoyed a great career working in corporate America, had four kids and raised a wonderful Catholic family. But […]