Archbishop Aquila invites you to Encounter the Risen Jesus

Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed!  Brothers and Sisters,  A very blessed Easter! Look inside the tomb with Mary Magdalene, Peter, and John, and recognize that the greatest news […]

Reencounter the Mass: Mass dispensation to be lifted on Pentecost

Archdiocese of Denver

There is no greater gift than the gift Christ gave the world – himself. A sacrifice that has freed us from the bonds of sin and death, and a sacrifice […]

Inside God’s covert rescue operation

In the last edition of the Denver Catholic magazine, I began a three-part series on our story as Catholic Christians, the story of our identity and what we are called […]

Eric Talley ‘Put Christ First’: Boulder Police Officer’s Heroism Rooted in Life of Sacrificial Love

By Roxanne King/National Catholic Register On the afternoon of March 22, Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley rushed to a King Soopers grocery store where a dispatcher said a shooting was […]

Converging Roads Medical Conference to discuss the intersection of morality, medicine and health care ethics

Rocio Madera

Medical professionals from the Archdiocese of Denver and from across the state are invited to join a regional conference offering continuing education for healthcare professionals which equips them to practice the highest ethical and medical standards […]

As we prepare for Pentecost and the reinstatement of the obligation to attend Mass, let us reflect on our sacrifice…

From rare books to online resources, archdiocesan library has long history of service to students

National Library Week, observed this year from April 4 to April 10, is the perfect occasion to highlight the essential role of libraries and library staff in strengthening our communities – and our very own Cardinal Stafford Library at the […]

Christ, the Cross & Salvation: Common questions and misconceptions answered

The victory of Jesus Christ symbolized by the Cross and the empty tomb forever changed the course of history. And yet, despite it being one of the most well-documented historical […]


Light from the East

Ten years ago last month, the Synod of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church took a striking decision: it elected its youngest member, 40-year old Bishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk, as leader of […]

The Resurrection: Hysterical Belief or Historical Reality?

By Dr. Alan FimisterAssistant Professor at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary At the Last Supper, Our Lord told his disciples, “Amen, amen I say to you, he that believeth in […]

The goal of Salvation: A new life in the Resurrection

“Are you saved?” This is something you might hear after the doorbell rings. “What does that even mean?” you might wonder, as you think of what to say in response. […]

St. Dismas: A penitent thief and the paradise of belief

“Truly, I say to you, today you will be with Me in Paradise.” There is power in words, and especially so in the words of Christ. While hanging on the […]

The Crucified Christ: An emblem of victory

The crucified Christ is both the most popular and powerful image in the Catholic Church. It sits upon every altar where the Mass is celebrated and hangs in a prominent […]


The Easter explosion

Let me adapt to recent circumstances a thought-experiment theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar proposed decades ago: Imagine that a friend contracts a severe case of COVID-19 and medicine can do […]

Full transcript: Homily from Officer Eric Talley’s funeral Mass

The following is a full transcript of the homily delivered by Father James Jackson, FSSP, during Officer Eric Talley’s funeral Mass on March 29 at the Cathedral Basilica of the […]

From Paradise then to Paradise now

While not all may know about the story of the Fall of Man, and while not all may understand the story of the Fall of Man, all can nonetheless tell […]

Officer Eric Talley’s life honored and celebrated during funeral Mass at Cathedral

By Jonah McKeown/Catholic News Agency A funeral Mass was held Monday in Denver for Officer Eric Talley, a Catholic father of seven who was killed while responding to last week’s […]

Holy Week Mass Options: In-person, online and TV

All parishes in the Archdiocese of Denver will be celebrating Holy Week Masses in-person. Please check with your local parish for schedules and specific guidance and protocols for attending.   All Catholics in the Archdiocese of […]