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Monthly Archives: September, 2016

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...

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...

Church leaders: Proposition 106 offers flawed logic, false compassion

Colorado’s bishops say Proposition 106 is simply “illogical.” The state’s suicide rate is the seventh highest in the nation, which led lawmakers to found a...

Pillar Project: united in morality, not faith

If you’d like to support legislators who defend traditional marriage, parental rights, religious liberty and the humanity of the unborn, there’s an upcoming event...

Rome symposium to explore lesser-known witnesses of mercy — including Denver’s Julia Greeley

In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, it’s important to recall and reflect upon the examples of those who were bold witnesses of mercy before...

WATCH: Archbishop Aquila thanks Zarlengo Foundation for Learning Ally

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf9gUtNptoo Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila recently extended his gratitude to the Zarlengo Foundation and all other generous donors for their help in implementing Learning Ally...

They’re confessors, not ‘culture-warriors’

Like Shelby Foote’s three-volume masterpiece, The Civil War: A Narrative, Francis Parkman’s seven-volume colossus, France and England in North America, is worth reading and...

Fort Collins pastor embraced ‘journey’ of cancer

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...

Priests admire Bishop-elect for authenticity, ‘keen sense of humor’

Many priests of the Archdiocese of Denver have fond memories of the new auxiliary bishop from their time as seminarians. "I remember on a couple...

Archdiocese to hold first Day of Remembrance for babies lost to abortion

Unnamed and largely unknown, more than 3,300 babies are lost to abortion every day in the United States, according to the Guttmacher Institute. To honor...
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