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Monthly Archives: March, 2015

Gravity helped astronomer fall into vocation

When heading off to college, Vatican astronomer, Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno, struggled with picking a major. "When I was a freshman, I had no idea...

Catholic-owned company wins ‘final victory’ against HHS mandate

DENVER (CNA/EWTN News) - A Catholic-owned company’s victory in its fight against a federal mandate to cover drugs and procedures that violate Catholic moral...

Middle East CrISIS

What causes the chaos in the Middle East? What is ISIS? What are its intentions? News of ransacked cities, public executions, stolen artifacts and propagandist...

Why Latin?

Catholics in the pews may wonder why Latin is used in parts of the Mass. Rather than an archaic language unnecessary in the modern world,...

A mission of love

The World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia this September should be more than a vast Catholic “gathering of the clans” around Pope Francis—and so...

The parish checkup and being faithful servants

Once a year we are supposed to see the doctor for a physical. He does some tests, draws some blood, and offers some advice...

Need a Mercy Year?

During a penance service March 13 in St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis called for an extraordinary jubilee “that is to have the mercy of...

Most believe marriage makes them a better person

The majority of the 2,558 Catholics that responded to a questionnaire conducted by the Archdiocese of Denver indicate they pray regularly, say they would...

Local doctor reacts to Chilean girl’s suicide aid request

Local doctor and mother Michelle Stanford responded to the news of a 14-year-old Chilean girl’s request for assisted suicide calling it “saddening.” “I think compassion...

Year two: Pope’s popularity grows

As Pope Francis celebrated the second anniversary of his pontificate March 13, a survey found he remains popular among Americans. In fact, he’s growing...
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