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Father “Bill” Carmody known for being tireless life warrior

Father Lawrence W. “Bill” Carmody, the second priest to be ordained for the Diocese of Colorado Springs and one of its most beloved pastors, died Feb. 23 at age 58. […]

New appointments for priests and transitional deacons: February 2016

Official Appointments Reverend James Crisman, appointed Pastor, St. Peter Parish, Greeley, Colorado, eff ective July 1, 2016, for a six-year period. Reverend Ryan O’Neill, appointed Director of Vocations for the Archdiocese of […]

Rosary rallies promote prayer in the public square

A rosary crusader and Catholic Charities are teaming up to bring rosary rallies back to Denver. Sam Perry, a member of the board of trustees for the Catholic Foundation, is the man behind Prayer […]

“Like Mary and John at the foot of the Cross”: Inside Christ in the City

Makena Clawson has been involved with Christ in the City (CIC) since she was in college. She now serves as a full-time missionary. “Growing up, I always had a special interest in the homeless. […]

Homeless Outreach at the Cathedral

Ron Cattany used to be a government employee, living on Capitol Hill since 1985 and spending his lunch breaks at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. He left for seminary in 2009. Now he serves […]

‘It is with joy that we have met like brothers’

Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church came together and set a precedent for ecumenical relations in a historic meeting that took place in Cuba on Feb. […]

Pope Francis designates three Denver priests as Missionaries of Mercy

The following words from Romans 11 guide the “Missionaries of Mercy”: “For God has consigned all to disobedience, that he may have mercy upon all.” As part of the Jubilee […]

Rediscover a path to the Lord with 24 hours of adoration and confession

For 24 hours, the Church is opening its doors and inviting people to receive mercy. As part of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pope Francis decreed that dioceses around the […]

The waiting game: Mile high rents send desperate residents to Samaritan House

Jessica Gillard comforted her six-week-old son Cassius, not in the comfortable confines of her own home, but in a common area at the Samaritan House homeless shelter. Gillard is one […]

Infographic: Understanding the Hierarchy

In honor of the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter on Feb. 22, we made the following infographic explaining the Roman Catholic hierarchy. Ever wondered how the Archbishop has […]


Truth, Love & Politics: A Warning from Popes Francis, Benedict XVI & St. John Paul II

A popular meme has a person exclaiming “Don’t confuse me with the facts – my mind is already made up!” I’ve thought of that a lot during this election cycle […]

Physician-assisted suicide a continued threat

Physician-assisted suicide is an issue that’s not going away and all people of good will—not just Catholics—need to be aware of its tragic consequences. That’s the message the Colorado bishops […]