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Colorado Springs’ Charities names interim CEO

Catholic Charities of Central Colorado, which serves the Diocese of Colorado Springs, has named Jennifer Kleinschmidt as interim chief executive officer, the organization announced July 29. Kleinschmidt has served as […]

Parish leaders get equipped to enrich growing Hispanic ministry

Cynthia Castillo, director of religious education at Holy Rosary Parish, has slowly built up trust with the Hispanic community and is proud that many of her students have received the […]

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‘Amazing Parish’ inaugural conference to be held in Denver

CNA – A new movement seeking to unite the faithful and their pastors in the formation of thriving parishes has seen a wide scope of interest throughout the U.S. in […]

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ISIS atrocity underscores the importance of religious freedom

“For the first time in the history of Iraq, Mosul is now empty of Christians,” Patriarch Louis Sako said after the July 19 noon deadline passed. Mosul has been a […]

What’s behind birth control politicking

Birth control is the topic du jour for politicians. Rather than a personal matter between couples and God, family planning is a topic among political officials gunning for votes this […]

Love that is overflowing

A true openness to love, life and ultimately, God’s will, are at the heart of the Catholic Church’s teaching on procreation. Unfortunately, recent media reports of court battles over the […]

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In the abortion debate, words matter

Sometimes the devil is in the words. Terminology used in the pro-abortion battle to protect access to abortion and contraceptives is strategically crafted by advocates. Last year, Planned Parenthood announced […]

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Ronald Reagan: cold warrior and nuclear abolitionist

In recent years, as scholars have explored Ronald Reagan’s foreign policy with greater access to primary-source documents, something utterly baffling to the conventional wisdom of his time (and ours) has […]

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Week 7: Brett at St. William’s in Fort Luption

Two young adults—Brett Baeverstad and Summer Swisher—who are working as teachers in the youth summer program Totus Tuus being offered at parishes across the Denver Archdiocese, are writing a weekly […]

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Week 5: Brett at Sts. Peter and Paul in Wheat Ridge

Two young adults—Brett Baeverstad and Summer Swisher—who are working as teachers in the youth summer program Totus Tuus being offered at parishes across the Denver Archdiocese, are writing a weekly […]

Week 7: Summer in Rifle

Two young adults—Brett Baeverstad and Summer Swisher—who are working as teachers in the youth summer program Totus Tuus being offered at parishes across the Denver Archdiocese, are writing a weekly […]

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Week 6: Summer at St. John the Evangelist in Loveland

Two young adults—Brett Baeverstad and Summer Swisher—who are working as teachers in the youth summer program Totus Tuus being offered at parishes across the Denver Archdiocese, have offered to write […]