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Yearly Archives: 2014

Editor’s picks: Bests and firsts

Below are some of the milestones, events and all-around good news that the staff of the Denver Catholic Register considered among “Bests and firsts”...

To defend the disposable

Dr. Jonathan Gruber, an economist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is best known these days for an imprudent lecture in which he suggested...

2014: A look back on the top stories covered by the Denver Catholic Register

From supporting the Little Sisters of the Poor, to traveling to Rome for the double canonization of popes John Paul II and John XXIII,...

Denver trips to World Meeting of Families announced

Faithful of northern Colorado who wish to travel with other pilgrims to the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia next September have an opportunity...

Generous hearts at Christmas

Below are just a few examples of the good works of parishioners in the Church of northern Colorado during Advent in hopes of making...

Archbishop reveals a personal side

It was a few nights before Christmas, when all through the land, Catholics picked up their phones to hear the archbishop’s greeting and message...

How to talk about the thing you’re not supposed to talk about

Christians are called to share their faith, but knowing how to do it—and doing it well—isn't always easy, particularly with family members who have...

The concert that never ends

The waiting is over. Christ is born! Words don’t seem to do it justice. I’ve had this feeling before—occasions when my heart has actively awaited some...

Christmas and the humbling of the wise men

It might seem that everything that could be said, has been said, about the shepherds, the wise men and the Christ Child. But that’s...

Unexpected Christmas gifts

We spend a lot of time and energy preparing for Christmas, but beyond the marketing and noise there is a simple and unexpected mystery...
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