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Monthly Archives: October, 2014

Staying the course

As a controversial document emerged from a Vatican synod Oct. 13 about homosexuality, divorce and birth control, Father Paul Check lectured students at the...

Don’t forget your angel

Many of us forget, apart from the rosary, the month of October is also dedicated to the holy angels. Some are unaware of this...

An extraordinary Synod, indeed

According to Vatican-speak, a specially scheduled session of the Synod of Bishops is an “Extraordinary Synod,” meaning Not-an-Ordinary Synod, held every three years or...

Elections and calling evil good

As I listen to the political discussion leading up to the Nov. 4 election, a warning from the prophet Isaiah comes to mind: “Woe...

11-year-olds and 11th-graders focus on vocations

Last week, nearly 1,000 sixth-graders from Archdiocese of Denver Catholic elementary schools and 145 young women, juniors from Bishop Machebeuf and Holy Family High...

Catholic schools’ superintendent to retire

Superintendent Richard Thompson, 73, will retire in January, after 14 years serving the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic schools. In a letter sent to the principals...

Health-care professionals inspired by Paul VI praise his beatification

Pope Francis will beatify Pope Paul VI Oct. 19 during the closing Mass of the extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family. Pope Paul's...

Fatima school captured in capsule

Father Henri Tshibambe (below) tosses dirt onto a time capsule buried outside Our Lady of Fatima School Sept. 21 in Lakewood. Principal Lisa Taylor...

For this 101-year-old, it’s all hugs

Meet Cecilia Droll, and know a hug is on the way. Over the 101 years the Brooklyn native has spent as a wife, mother, World...

Growing pains in Johnstown eased, but not gone

In a town where the population has nearly tripled since 2000, growth is both a blessing and a challenge, according to Father Emilio Franchomme,...
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