Ancient pilgrimage route ‘a Catholic gift to the world’

For 90 minutes last weekend, moviegoers in Denver and Boulder experienced the spiritual growth, physical pain and joy of pilgrims who made a 500-mile journey along a historical Catholic trail […]

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Jesus brings joy to adversity

Rejoice! This is the message that was proclaimed this past Sunday as we shifted our focus from the prayer, fasting and almsgiving that characterize Lent to rejoice over being halfway […]

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Doug Bushman to present ‘Christ: Answer to All Man’s Questions’

Augustine Institute Professor Douglas Bushman will speak for the next installment of the Archbishop’s Lecture Series 7 p.m. April 8 in Bonfils Hall on the John Paul II Center campus, […]

Spanish-language conference draws 1,500, focuses on the family

The Spanish-language Living the Catholic Faith Conference (“Viviendo la Fe Católica”) drew some 1,500 attendees to the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver March 15. The day-long event was themed […]

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Be part of new Gabriel House at Centro

Expanding on the family ministry component of its services, Centro San Juan Diego, the Hispanic Institute for Family and Pastoral Care of the Denver Archdiocese, will open a new Gabriel […]

‘God brings us to him in different ways’

Kelly’s Conversion, Part 1: This is the first story in a Lenten series that follows catechumen Kelly Seeman as she journeys through the last 40 days before entering the Church […]

Deacon Padilla was among pioneer deacons in archdiocese

Deacon Carlos Lois Padilla died on March 7. He was 83 and had served as a deacon for nearly 36 years. He was born in Conejos, Colo., on May 6, […]

Obama meets with pope at time of ‘tense’ relations with Church

VATICAN CITY (CNA/EWTN News)–U.S. President Barack Obama’s March 27 meeting with Pope Francis comes at a time of tension between his administration and the Church over religious liberty, several Catholic […]

Camp Wojtyla brings youths closer to faith through nature

 This is the second article in a five-part series featuring Catholic summer activities for youths. Imagine taking part in archery, hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting and crafts all while building your […]

Denver faithful give loving farewell to Father Tomás Fraile

A crowd of 3,100 spilled out the church doors and onto the parking lot and filled the basement at St. Cajetan Parish in west Denver March 26 to pay final […]

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Happiness is the truth: archbishop to take good news to CSU

Archbishop Samuel Aquila is taking the joy of the Gospel to Colorado State University in Fort Collins next week. The archbishop will be there to discuss Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation, […]

Award-winning Camino documentary to premiere in Denver, Boulder March 28

The spiritual healing power of a 500-mile trail in Spain is “a Catholic gift to the world” that filmmaker Lydia B. Smith will share with moviegoers in Denver and Boulder […]