The Pope’s message to teens

Pope Francis celebrated a special teens-only Jubliee over the weekend, during which he reminded young people that they are made for happiness. His message reminded teens across the world that they […]

“Build our future” – African artisans and American buyers work together

The fabrics featured on Totonga Bomoi are the kind of riotous, fun collection of color and geometric prints that you rarely, if ever, find in an American mall. There’s a […]

Empowered to read

For a child with dyslexia, reading can be a nightmare. Statistics show that one in five students have a language-based learning disability, the most common of which is dyslexia. The […]


Weekend roundup: April 25

This weekend buzzed with activity all across the Archdiocese. Check out our photo gallery below to see some of the highlights!   Special Education Mass     #protestPP   Serra Club […]


Archbishop Aquila: Protect God’s gift of children

Time Magazine’s April 10 cover story raised a topic that is rarely discussed – how pornography is biologically and psychologically damaging a generation of young men and women. Science, interestingly, […]


To Chimayo on foot

The missionaries at Christ in the City did a sponsored pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayo in New Mexico. This is one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations in North […]

Above all, a pilgrim

St. Therese once reminded the Church, “The world’s thy ship, and not thy home.” In that sentence, she summarized the Church’s understanding of itself as a pilgrim, a traveler on its […]


OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: April 14, 2016 The following are granted Presbyteral Faculties of the Archdiocese of Denver on the day of their ordination to their priesthood (May 14, 2016) and appointed […]


Weigel: The best Nuncio we’ve had thus far

The announcement that Archbishop Christoph Pierre will succeed Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò as Apostolic Nuncio to the United States is an opportunity to pay tribute to a courageous churchman who […]

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Traveling in Faith: Archdiocese to host pilgrimage to Italy for Jubilee Year

Pilgrimage is an important part of the Christian’s life, and Pope Francis has called the faithful to live this out during the Jubilee Year of Mercy. In response to the […]

“A sign of hope” at School of Mines

Students and alumni of Colorado School of Mine’s Catholic Campus Ministry gathered on April 10 to learn how to better live the Catholic faith as engineers. Father Matt Book, pastor […]

Legacy celebration to honor St. Louis Catholic School’s rich history

St. Louis Catholic School, located at 3301 South Sherman Street, will host a Legacy Celebration on May 1 to celebrate the eighty-seven years that the school has proudly served the […]