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Monthly Archives: March, 2015

Not always as it appears

Marriages are usually not ruined overnight. One or the other usually does not wake up one morning and say, “I am miserable in this...

A penny saved is a penny discerned

Kelly Fry had a tradition with her grandparents while growing up in Denver. Whenever they came to visit, they would bring her a mason...

Seminarians return from month-long mission trips

Every January, about 25 men who have entered seminary at St. John Vianney are sent out “two-by-two” for a month to be immersed in...

Looking for modern St. Josephs

The Church will celebrate the solemnity of St. Joseph , the second greatest saint after Mary, on March 19 and that has me thinking...

Keeping Catholic schools Catholic

There seems to be some dispute as to whether the original Trotskyite—that would be, um, Leon Trotsky—ever said, “You may not be interested in...

Communion and Liberation marks 60 years with local, universal shepherds

Members of the Communion and Liberation movement gathered both here in Denver and in Rome with their Shepherd to mark the 60th anniversary of...

Throuples that are monogamish

If marriage were to be redefined, what could really go wrong? A lot, warns Ryan T. Anderson, who researches and writes about marriage and religious...

Be like St. Joseph, the strong silent type

Men described as the strong silent type have a role model in St. Joseph, sometimes referred to as “Joseph the Silent.” “The Gospels tell us...

Opinions vary why state divorce rate hit 10-year low

The divorce rate in Colorado hit a new low. Reports show divorce in the state is at its lowest level in a decade, according to...

Pope Francis—two years later

The limelight on the Church’s leader Pope Francis has not abated since his selection as pontiff two years ago on March 13. Talk continues...
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