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Monthly Archives: August, 2015

The deeper issue at the Synod

Looking back on the controversy that preceded Pope Paul VI’s 1968 encyclical, Humanae Vitae, I get the impression that there was an even deeper...

Planned Parenthood videos spark prayerful protest

Pro-life supporters around the country are responding to the series of videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s inhumane practice of harvesting and selling aborted baby organs...

Consenting to the Unconscionable

In recent years, scientists in industry and academia have come to rely on freshly obtained human tissue specimens for certain types of research and...

Four saints with laughably ridiculous names

If the Church is a hospital for sinners, then these saints are the foreign night-shift nurses whose name you can't pronounce. They're dedicated, they...

Five saints with laughably ridiculous names

If the Church is a hospital for sinners, then these saints are the foreign night-shift nurses whose name you can't pronounce.

Future of Christianity lies in drawing near to Christ, says speaker

In today’s anti-Christian culture, Catholics no longer have the option to be idle and indecisive about living their faith, said author and speaker Dan...

The perils of “preferred peers”

  On Catholic campuses that aspire to Top Ten or Top Twenty status in publicity sweepstakes like the U.S. News and World Report college rankings,...

Column: But then God made me wait

In my last column, “Why I didn’t want to wait,” (Denver Catholic, May 9-15, 2015), my story left off with my husband, Kenn, and...

Nuns, guns and the Wild West—the tale of Sister Blandina

Billy the Kid, a notorious bank and stage-coach robber of the Wild West, met his match in the most unlikely of people when he...

Deacons have their day

Deacons from across the Archdiocese of Denver gathered for a special Mass with Archbishop Samuel Aquila and were honored for their service to the...
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