Physician-assisted suicide fast-tracked

A bill seeking to legalize physician-assisted suicide introduced at the Colorado State Legislature Jan. 27 is being rushed through the legislative process. House Bill 1135, which will be heard in […]

Mother Teresa’s gift to Denver continues

The gift Mother Teresa sent to Colorado 25 years ago keeps on giving. A handful of meek and humble Missionaries of Charity nuns continue to pray, comfort and care for […]

Lecture: Raising ‘kingdom builders’

Genie and Frank Summers saw themselves as up-and-comers in Abbeville, La., in 1973. They had the right education, lived in the right neighborhood, and worked at the right jobs: Frank […]

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Life matters: Roe plus 40

Every January we remember the anniversary of the tragic Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, which has allowed the legal killing of some 55 million children since 1973. While participating […]

A harvest from the heart

When Chandra Starr, 14, launched a campaign to raise $10,000 for those in need, she not only wanted to feed them, she wanted to provide them with something that’s considered […]

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Celebrate what’s right with Catholic schools

That first “Catholic school” had Christ as the Master Teacher, yet as students, those first disciples made their share of mistakes. This has been true though the centuries and is […]

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Nonsense on ‘Sixty Minutes’

“Sixty Minutes,” the CBS News “magazine” that helped redefine television journalism, prides itself on challenging conventional wisdom, discomfiting the comfortable, kicking shibboleths in the shins, and opening new arguments. No […]

Catholic schools make the grade

The rigorous academics and cultivation of the whole child set Catholic schools atop the Mile High City, a review board reported. After the Archdiocese of Denver’s elementary and high schools […]

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So, a FOCUS missionary stepped onto a college campus

Have you ever walked in late to a movie, after key elements of the plot have already been revealed, and you find after a few minutes that your head is […]

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Paris, Nigeria: brotherhood rejected

The need for peace in every corner of the world has been weighing upon my heart following the terrorist attacks in Paris and the mass slaughter of thousands by Boko […]

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Love for teaching remains strong in longtime educators

Catholic Schools Week is recognized nationally Jan. 25-31. Several teachers are being honored this year for anniversaries in Catholic education. The following teachers and administrators are the most tenured in […]

Church centralizes fundraising efforts to better serve donors

The Catholic Foundation of Northern Colorado (TCF) has taken a new approach to help advance the mission of the Church by centralizing development and fundraising personnel of several ministries into […]