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Monthly Archives: September, 2014

‘Never tell God never’

Coming out of Littleton's Columbine High School, Ben Schumann, now 31, entered the seminary. After two years of discerning the priesthood, he "discerned out."...

Sept. 11 and the battle for hearts

“You will know them by their fruits,” Jesus told the crowd listening to him on the mountain top. This week, as we remember those...

Remembering the great Fouad Ajami

In a year replete with devastating news, the June 22 death of Middle East scholar Fouad Ajami hit especially hard. For decades, Fouad, a...

Clinic uses God to sell abortion

Planned Parenthood said it only wants its abortion clientele to be at peace with their decision. That’s why the national abortion and women’s clinic released...

The challenge of challenges

Bishop Machebeuf High School’s new principal Marc Nestorick ran through a gauntlet of 30 ice water buckets dumped by the senior class Sept. 5....

‘It’s still not over’

When the rain falls down around his home, Joe Montez can’t sleep. A year ago when it rained, rivers swelled and flash floods swept the...

Benevolent couple say generosity is ‘God’s work’

More than 10 years and 40 ministries later, philanthropists Mark and Nancy Bauman say they’re only stewards of God’s gifts. The Baumans, who attend Holy...

Magnificat to host charismatic speaker at meal

 The newly-formed Denver chapter of the Magnificat will gather again in September to encourage women to say ‘yes’ to God as Mary once did. The...

Youngest Regis team members may be their toughest

The newest members of Regis University's sports teams are two young cancer patients added to the Ranger squads during a special ceremony Sept. 3 at...

Retrouvaille saves divorce-bound couple’s marriage

Matt and Brooke Coston’s near train wreck of a marriage headed for divorce last year took a 180-degree turn. The couple, who attend the nondenominational...
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