Educator swapped her plan for God’s

National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It started Sunday, Jan. 26 and runs through tomorrow, Feb. 1. Schools typically observe the week with […]

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Should an atheist lead a Catholic Bible study?

A bill designed to protect the religious liberty of student groups on college campuses died in the House Education Committee Jan. 27 on a party-line vote of 7-6. The legislation, […]

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Archdiocese to begin construction on Holy Trinity Center

With the same spirit of hospitality Abraham and Sarah gave three travelers in the Bible, the Archdiocese of Denver will build a new center that will assist the archbishop in […]

Warm-hearted Broncos give away more than coats

About 200 students at Sacred Heart School in Jersey City, N.J., tried to sit still as they anxiously awaited the arrival of members of the Super Bowl-bound Denver Broncos Jan. […]

Archbishop Aquila goes long for the Broncos

Before achieving first and tens at Super Bowl XLVIII, members of the Denver Broncos will come together to honor the third of 10. The third of 10 Commandments that is: […]

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The John Paul II difference in 1989

Twenty-five years ago, on Jan. 27, 1989, a joint statement from the communist government of Poland, the Solidarity trade union, and the Catholic Church announced a national “Roundtable” to discuss […]

Archbishop Aquila urges journalists to promote truth, dignity of the human person

Some 50 Catholic journalists who work for religious and secular media attended a Jan. 26 mid-morning Mass for Catholic Journalists and Media Professionals celebrated by Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila at […]

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Catholic schools on front lines of the new evangelization

I am filled with hope this week as we celebrate Catholic Schools Week, because children attending our archdiocesan schools have the chance to encounter Christ and are being equipped to live their faith in the world.

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Student lights self on fire, injures another

A Standley Lake High School student reportedly set himself on fire Monday morning , severely burning himself and causing minor injuries to another person, according to the Westminster Fire Department. […]

Active parish requires larger church in Littleton

Church construction is a sign of growth and hope for the future of the Church and those she serves. The latest project in the Denver Archdiocese—a new church at Light […]

Q&A: What message did she receive from Pope Benedict?

The speaker at this year’s Endow (Education on the Nature and Dignity of Women) gala Feb. 8 in Denver will be Kathryn Jean Lopez. Lopez serves as editor-at-large of the […]

Gala to honor dignity of women

The ninth annual Endow gala to celebrate and support the Catholic study program, Educating on the Nature and Dignity of Women, is set for Feb. 8 at the Hyatt Regency […]