Six ways to transform your suffering with Stations of the Cross

Holy Week is a perfect time to reflect on Jesus’ suffering and what his passion means to us in our own. We can’t ever escape suffering in this life, but […]

How the Good Friday liturgy can change your life

Most of us aren’t strangers to the Good Friday service, or Good Friday itself, for that matter — but sometimes we go through the motions and miss the richness behind […]

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The power of the Cross

Blessed John Henry Newman (1801-1890) – a theologian who came to prominence in the Victorian Age – can help us check the Church’s spiritual pulse in the post-modern twenty-first century, […]

Mexican nuns of new order open first U.S. convent in Denver

It seems providential that a new order of Discalced Carmelite nuns, whose charism is to know and to make known the glory of the Holy Trinity, has arrived to Denver […]

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Everyone deserves a chance to compete in the job market

Jenny Kraska is the executive director of the Colorado Catholic Conference. In 2000, Pope John Paul II proclaimed that “we are still a long way from the time when our […]

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Navigating the troubled waters of relativism

David Uebbing serves as the Chancellor for the Archdiocese of Denver. American society is experiencing profound cultural shifts, creating times of great uncertainty, especially for Christians and Catholics. In “Strangers […]

Need to find a Holy Week Mass?

Holy Week is the summit of the liturgical year in the Catholic Church. It kicks off with Palm Sunday, marking the beginning of Holy Week, and the Triduum comprised of […]

Don’t stand idle during Holy Week

Holy Week is upon us, and we Catholics sure are lucky to have a wealth of ways to truly live out and participate in this most important time of the […]

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What is truth?

As we approach Holy Week, I am returning to a meditation I have been making in my heart on Jesus’ statement to Pilate, “I came into the world to testify […]

How can you tell if a problem is spiritual or psychological?

While it seems that culture still tends to fight the stigma of mental illness, Catholic psychologists say that it is lessening. A giant step. However, for Catholics, because the spiritual […]

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A bishop of consequence

When I first met Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., more than twenty years ago, I was struck by his boyish demeanor, his exquisite courtesy, and his rock-solid faith. Then the […]

Keep your kids safe from porn before it happens

It’s an epidemic — one that seeps deep into the conscience and morphs the very way one views a fellow human being. The dangerous effects of pornography have been well-documented […]