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Monthly Archives: March, 2014

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...

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...

Time for brave hearts

“We treat Jesus and refer to him all the time as if he's just a woman, feminine all the time: he's weeping all the...

Hobby Lobby owners ‘prayerfully await’ judges’ decision

Hobby Lobby founders David and Barbara Green said they prayerfully await the U.S. Supreme Court justices’ decision after attorneys argued a landmark religious freedom...

Priests join Little Sisters to thank St. Joseph

Little Sisters of the Poor celebrated the March 19 feast of their patron, St. Joseph, at Mullen Home for the Aged in a joyful...

Wage theft bill impacts workers’ dignity

Catholic legislators on both sides of the aisle are considering a new state bill that provides a type of mediation for workers with wage...

Penance sharpens spiritual awareness

For Catholics and non-Catholics alike, Lent is often associated with eating fish on Fridays, since we are required to refrain from eating meat. But...

School to teach the 3R’s via virtues of truth,goodness and beauty

Saving St. Anthony School from closure through a last-ditch appeal was the first hurdle. Now the Eastern-plains grade school is looking for ways to...

Lent: the annual catechumenate

Historians of the Roman liturgy generally reckon the restorations of the Easter Vigil (by Pius XII) and the adult catechumenate (by Vatican II) as...

Angels alley-oop

At the end of basketball season last week, Regis Jesuit High School student Megan Meckling reflected on her experience coaching a team with Project...
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