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Monthly Archives: December, 2015

Remembering two great bishops

We American Catholics are, in the main, notoriously uninterested in our own history. So it likely escaped the notice of many that December 3...

The Miraculous Medal explained

The Mirculous Medal has been a popular devotion since the early 1800s. Here's a breakdown of every symbol's meaning.

Saint of Silence

The past month has contained enough violence to snuff out all of our hope, yet we’re in Advent. We’re preparing to welcome the Savior...

Build, and they will come

Having a small church can lead to big problems, especially in a booming area. Father Alan Hartway and Guardian Angels Catholic Church in Mead are...

The contrasts of Advent 2015

I can’t remember another Advent when the contrast was so stark. As Catholics we are preparing our hearts and homes to celebrate the wonder...

St. Sharbel visits Denver as Year of Mercy begins

As Pope Francis opened the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy this week, which he hopes will be “a time when the witness of believers might...

Books for Christmas

It’s been a good reading year and I highly recommend the following to the readers on your Christmas (not “holiday”) shopping list: God or Nothing,...

St. Louis School in Englewood to close

At Masses this weekend Father Robert Reycraft, pastor of St. Louis Catholic Parish in Englewood, will announce the decision to close St. Louis School...

Let your family culture set the tone for Advent

My husband and I recently celebrated our fourth anniversary of being received into the Catholic Church.  Our conversion is still somewhat of a beautiful...

Synod-2015, Revisited

As I write, just before Thanksgiving, it’s been over a month since Synod-2015 finished its work. Yet there is still no official translation of...
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