Truth of marriage never changes

By Karna Swanson As the Church prepares for October’s synod on the pastoral challenges of the family, Archbishop Samuel Aquila is urging his brother bishops to proclaim the joy of […]

Heroic Polish martyr to be profiled on Colorado Public Television

The story of Blessed Father Jerzy Popieluszko, the courageous chaplain of the Solidarity movement in Poland in the early 1980’s, will air this Friday, May 2, at 7 p.m. on Colorado […]

Guppy Fest to feature Broncos’ Jack Del Rio

Organizers of the annual Guppy Fest youth rally have announced the keynote speaker this year will be Jack Del Rio, defensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos. “It is going to […]

Arrupe expands to meet education needs of low-income

Arrupe Jesuit High School is busting myths about inner-city schools with its plans to build an expansion to meet its burgeoning classes. The Catholic Jesuit school in Aurora announced it’s […]

For love of God: the radical witness of Sts. Francis and Clare of Assisi

ROME—The day after witnessing the canonization of two modern day popes, the Denver Archdiocese’s pilgrimage group visited the medieval village that gave birth to two of the most beloved saints […]

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Pro-life generation gives voice to the voiceless

More than 20 young people—some pictured here—representing six area Catholic high schools and two universities gathered for an early evening prayer vigil April 26 outside a fundraiser for the National […]

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Charities’ staffer makes a move

Catholic Charities of the Denver Archdiocese has named Wendy Oldenbrook as their new director of Marketing and Development. Since 2008, Oldenbrook has served as program director of Catholic Charities’ Father […]

Archdiocesan campus adds ‘saint’ to official name

John Paul II’s newly acquired title of saint means signs bearing his name need an update. This week the Denver Archdiocese is replacing signage at its headquarter entrances along Steele […]

Two Pope Saints

John XXIII: Meek and gentle spiritual giant Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was born in Sotto il Monte, in the Diocese of Bergamo, on Nov. 25, 1881. He entered the seminary of Bergamo […]

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You live in an age of miracles

The Gospel for this past Sunday began, “Jesus did many other signs in the presence of his disciples that are not written in this book.” Miracles and signs have not […]

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The difference Easter made

One of the striking things about the Easter and post-Easter narratives in the New Testament is that they are largely about incomprehension: which is to say that, in the canonical […]

Denver marks historic canonization

On the same day pilgrims celebrated the lives and virtues of two late popes in Denver, faithful who traveled to Rome joined festivities in St. Peter’s Square to mark the […]