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Monthly Archives: May, 2015

Sister Youngs’ final assignment: listen to God

Sister Elizabeth Youngs’ parting words for Denver’s faithful are, "Listen to God and be quiet, and be open to what God is calling (you)...

Augustine Institute grads promise to serve Christ

As each Augustine Institute graduate was called forward to receive their degree, Professor Christopher Blum asked, "Will you endeavor, with the help of his...

Rebuilding families

With two black eyes, empty pockets, no place to go and three children, Dawn Struthers walked with her head held low. Her brown hair...

You’ve met this Mary, but have you read her?

She may be the best-known image of Mary in the western Church. Our Mother of Perpetual Help is a Byzantine icon that dates back to...

Forming saints in our midst

When we celebrate Pentecost this year, something will happen that people have been talking about since I was appointed Archbishop of Denver in 2012....

Dominican Derby raises $145,000 for ‘the least of these’

Guests donned Derby hats, enjoyed live music and dined on gourmet appetizers from Denver restaurants to support the Dominican Home Health Agency at the...

What does it mean to be educated?

Marc Nestorick is the principal of Bishop Machebeuf High School. He will be ordained to the diaconate June 20. What do our children need before...

Children deserve to be safe and loved

Michelle Schuldt, and her husband Matt, have been foster parents with Catholic Charities since 2012. They are parishioners at St. Pius X in Aurora. Right...

Faith and fun, secrets to a long life

Isidora and Jack Shirkey didn't always have a car while they were raising their three boys in Aurora. Isidora was a stay-at-home mom and...

Cyclists back in the saddle for Samaritan House

Team Samaritan House hopes to raise $75,000 to support the homeless in northern Colorado by cycling 465 miles in seven days during this summer’s...
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