David Card and his goals for Regis Jesuit High School

For David Card, sending his children to a Catholic school was an easy decision. “I think there’s something fundamental and holistic about bringing your faith and your spirituality into your […]

Speaking of “deplorables”….

You’d think presidential candidates would have learned that shooting from the lip in front of deep-pocket donors is asking for trouble. Mitt Romney’s ill-advised comment about the “47%” of us […]

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In physician-assisted suicide debate, language matters

I hope that you had an opportunity to read a front page article in the Aug. 28 edition of the Denver Post titled: “Matters of Life, Death and Language: The terminally ill […]

Relics of St. Anthony of Padua to visit Denver Oct. 14-23

For the first time, relics of St. Anthony of Padua, beloved as the “finder of lost things,” will travel from Italy to the Archdiocese of Denver for veneration at seven […]

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Seminarians give spiritual aid to pro-life warriors

Witnessing to our faith can be an intimidating task in any realm of the public eye. Those who choose to show this witness in praying for the defense of life […]

Celebration to support ministry to chronically homeless

Their homeless ministry is unique and so is their “gala,” which helps support it. Christ in the City is a Catholic nonprofit born in Denver that forms young adult missionaries […]

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Aspen conference to equip parents to pass faith to their children

Starting next year, children in the Denver Archdiocese will get confirmed in third grade to fill them with the needed graces to face the ever-increasing difficulties of living a Christian […]

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Funeral Mass for Father Steven Voss – Photo Gallery

Father Steven Voss, the beloved pastor of St. Joseph’s Parish in Fort Collins, died Saturday, Sept. 10, after a long battle with cancer. He was 37 years old. Father Voss […]

The Vatican, China, and evangelical prudence

Recent remarks by the Vatican’s Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, have fueled speculation about a possible exchange of diplomatic representation between the Holy See and the People’s Republic of […]

Q&A: Parish boundaries review aims to ensure the faithful are well served

Last week the Denver Catholic spoke to Very Rev. Randy Dollins, V.G., moderator of the curia, about the parish boundaries process that is currently under way. Read Archbishop Samuel J. […]

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Rediscovering parish boundaries

When you meet a fellow Catholic, the question oftentimes asked is, “What parish do you attend?” Over the past year, every parish in the archdiocese has been involved in an […]

Blessed Frassati to serve as patron of new school

A new Catholic school featuring Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati in its namesake is coming to the Archdiocese of Denver. Frassati Catholic Academy is a new Catholic school in Thornton slated […]