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Monthly Archives: June, 2016

On being a father to the fathers

Nine years ago I made an appointment with Archbishop Charles Chaput to talk to him about a parish concern. Archbishop listened very patiently to...

One year of fatherhood: a reflection

It was on a day much like today, just over a year ago, that I became a daddy. I’ll spare you the finer details,...

Two Catholics and the Catholic game

Baseball is by far the most Catholic of the sports on which we lavish such attention and passion. Because it’s played without a clock, baseball...

‘He’s right there in the center of me’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=JtOjlORtYh4&app=desktop Mike McDonald volunteered at the food pantry of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Imperial, Missouri every Thursday. He exuded the joy of a man...

There aren’t “two popes” in any way, shape, or form.

Life, even Catholic life, is full of ambiguities, but some things either are or aren’t. It’s a ball or a strike. It’s a Toyota or a Ford....

New priestly assignments: an intricate process

"Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy...

Witnesses to freedom: Saints coming to Denver

When she helped write the brief for the Little Sisters of the Poor Supreme Court Case, lawyer Hillary Byrnes and her colleagues told the court about St. Thomas More....

A father from afar

"I can’t cure his cancer, but I can share my life with him,” said Deacon Daniel Ciucci. Deacon Cuicci just returned from Texas, where he visited Monsignor Michael Glenn....

What’s a deanery?

What exactly is a deanery? It's likely you’ve heard the word before and are reasonably certain that some guy named Dean is in charge...

Get connected with Queen of Peace

One of the Archdiocese of Denver’s Largest parishes, Queen of Peace in Aurora, has taken great strides in the area of communications. Father Felix...
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