You believe what?

Suddenly, Terry Polakovic found herself at a crossroads. Should she speak up to defend her beliefs before a group swapping contrary ideas, or silently disagree and let it slide? The […]

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Mothers and the heart of God

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, I would like to give thanks for mothers—to pay tribute to the many ways they teach us about God and enrich our Church […]

Faithful asked to help relieve suffering of Nepal

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has asked all bishops in the country to take up a special collection to provide humanitarian relief and pastoral support for the residents of […]

Appeal puts psychology at the service of the Church

From helping wounded families, to aiding post-abortive women and men, Regina Caeli Clinical Services extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ by bringing psychology to the service of the Church. […]

Catholic radio hits more airwaves

Catholic radio didn’t save Chris Giles’ life, but it may have helped save his soul, he said. “A few years back I was inspired by the Holy Spirit to give […]

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Remembering Number 84

He scored 40 times in an eight-year NFL career, best known, now, for the touchdown he didn’t score, as the sun set over Yankee Stadium on Dec. 28, 1958. His […]

Finding God in Nepal

UPDATE APRIL 29—Mullen High School students launched a fundraiser April 29 to support relief efforts in Nepal,  devastated by an April 25 earthquake. Students are selling ice cream bars donated […]

Vocation appreciation: 100-plus sisters honored

Religious women in the archdiocese were recognized April 18 at an event that organizers believe to be unique to the Archdiocese of Denver. The annual Religious Sisters Appreciation Day, hosted […]

Get ‘your Pope Francis’ straight from Pope Francis

Pope Francis is “very aware” how he is represented, and at times misrepresented, by the media, according to John S. Grabowski, Ph.D., a professor at The Catholic University of America […]

Love from a different view

When some people first lay eyes on Diane and Stan Raczkowski’s son, Shane, they see a burden. A 28-year-old man, Shane cannot walk, clean or dress himself. He gets nourishment […]

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Risks for the kingdom

Anything worth doing requires risk. When Fathers Joseph Machebeuf and John Raverdy set out in 1860 for Colorado from Santa Fe, New Mexico they took a big risk, but they […]

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Giving the gift of my family

Tracy Murphy is a wife, mother and once communications professional for the Church now serving as a stay-at-home mom. When my toddler son was an infant, I began a little […]