A Solemn Promise: Archbishop Aquila launches comprehensive webpage to speak to the people of northern Colorado

Denver Catholic Staff

The Archdiocese of Denver has launched a webpage at the request of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila in an effort to be as transparent as possible about its handling, prevention, and response […]

Q&A: Lawyer shares history of clergy sex abuse in the Archdiocese of Denver

Aaron Lambert

The clergy sex abuse scandal revealed in the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report has shaken the Church to her core. It’s left many faithful Catholics questioning not only their own faith, […]

The battle for life

In an increasingly secular society, Catholics are the underdog when it comes to fighting for life issues. But Father Luis Granados reminds us we have a very important weapon. “We […]

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Why remain Catholic (with so much scandal)?

The text below has been transcribed from a video released by Word on Fire Aug. 30. I wanted to speak to you again about this terrible crisis we’re passing through […]

Denver seminaries lead the charge with 'rigorous' screening process designed to form healthy priests

Amid this current crisis in the Church, many are wondering about their own dioceses and the steps taken to ensure such a crisis doesn’t unfold in their own backyard. Here […]

In this interview, Scott Browning shared details of the history of cases that have arisen in Denver over the years,… https://t.co/JWRgodjevY

Hopes for the October Synod on Young People

Being met with hope by some and suspicion by others, in light of the recent sex-abuse scandals and the nature of the topics being discussed, the Synod of Bishops on […]

Q&A: Book breaks open Church teachings on human life and love

Denver resident Terry Polakovic, co-founder of the Catholic women’s study group Endow, once heard that you can know all of history and what’s going on in the culture by following […]

Encounter Mother Teresa’s ‘joyful and personal’ presence in exhibit coming to Denver

In times of turbulence and confusion, Catholics have the light of the saints to remind them of the fundamental aspects of their faith with the example of their lives and […]

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Maintenance vs. mission

Just when the Long Lent of 2002 was coming to a boil in March of that year, Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos, prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Clergy, took […]

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Saving Synod-2018 from itself

Anyone looking for a remedy for insomnia might try working through the Instrumentum Laboris, or “working document,” for the XV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, to be […]

Pillar Project rally urges, thanks lawmakers defending pillars of moral truth

Traditional marriage, parental rights, religious liberty and the humanity of the unborn — many of the great religions of the world agree on these four pillars of moral truth that […]

AUDIO: Vicar General interviewed by Colorado Public Radio on abuse scandal

Earlier this week, Colorado Public Radio interviewed Father Randy Dollins, Vicar General for the Archdiocese of Denver, about the revelations of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report, Archbishop Aquila’s support for […]

Local priests produce Catholic Stuff podcast for ‘New Evangelization’

Scroll through the iTunes reviews of the Catholic Stuff You Should Know podcast, and you’ll find comparisons to Bill & Ted and Beavis and Butthead. The priests who produce the […]

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Such as we are, such are the times

Like most Catholics, I have found myself equal parts appalled and frustrated over the recent abuse allegations (and ensuing cover-ups) that continue to come to light. Cardinals, bishops, and priests […]

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The Church needs the Spirit of Truth

During these tumultuous days for the Church, I have been praying that the Spirit of Truth descends upon every disciple in the Church, including the Pope, Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, Deacons, […]

Responding in faith to the current crisis

“In her voyage across the ocean of this world, the Church is like a great ship being pounded by the waves of life’s different stresses. Our duty is not to […]

Giving and discipleship journey hand-in-hand

“Remember the poor,” was the only condition given to St. Paul by Sts. Peter, James and John before leaving to minister to the Gentiles (Gal 2: 10). By “the poor” […]