Summer reading for kids

Kids are smart. That’s why Tamara Conley, research librarian at St. John Vianney Theological seminary, Cardinal StaffŸord Library is such an advocate for kids reading as much as possible. “Kids should be reading something. Anything. If you want to develop literacy, […]


Intolerance and evangelization

Cardinal Robert Sarah is one of the adornments of the Catholic Church, although it’s very unlikely that this man of faith, humor, intelligence, and profound humility would appreciate my putting […]


Follow him, he is trustworthy

God has a plan for your life that is unique, only you can fulfill it, and it will bring you true happiness.” This is the message I give to young people who come for […]

St. Philip Neri, in his own words

St. Philip Neri lived in a positively bonkers period of church history. His time on Earth included the Protestant Revolt, the Council of Trent and the Catholic Counter-Reformation. God raised […]


Riding to help those in need

Charity begins in the heart, with putting others before yourself. Our priests, nuns and religious live out that charity by devoting their lives to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ […]

Dignity of criminals and workers defended in legislative bills

During the last legislative session, Colorado Catholic Conference pushed several bills of legislation that seek to promote the values of mercy and forgiveness in the criminal justice system. Senate Bills […]

To Krakow on foot: The return of the pilgrim

Ann Sieben, our winter pilgrim, is at it again! Sieben is walking the 1,100 miles from the Vatican to the Shrine of Divine Mercy, the resting place of St. Faustina, […]

Archbishop Aquila on gender confusion and bathrooms

The recent letter from the Department of Education on bathroom and locker room policy for students with gender confusion has generated a great deal of concern among parents and people […]

Ecumenical community rallies at second annual prayer breakfast

Each day, innocent Christians around the world are ruthlessly martyred for their faith. It would seem a pressing social justice issue, yet it often falls upon deaf ears. Father Andre […]


Made in His image

On May 13th, the US Department of Justice and the US Department of Education issued a joint directive to public school districts, regarding the rights afforded to students identifying as […]


Biblical preaching and healing the culture

If Catholics in the United States are going to be healers of our wounded culture, we’re going to have to learn to see the world through lenses ground by biblical […]

Meet our new bonus priests: Vincent Bui and Thomas Nguyen

The priestly ordination took place May 14 at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. The ordination was recorded and can be viewed here. Over the next few days, the Denver Catholic will […]