What if Proposition 106 were written better?

This perspective was written by Peter Srsich, a seminarian currently studying at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver. Much of the debate around Proposition 106 is about how the bill itself […]


Prayer One: Praying high from the friendly skies

Look, up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane…no, it’s Prayer One! Prayer One is a ministry started by pilot Jeff Puckett and Christian pastor Tom Melton of […]

Explaining Bishop-elect Rodriguez’s motto and coat of arms

Bishop-elect Jorge Rodriguez will be installed as auxiliary bishop of Denver Nov. 4, and anytime a new bishop is ordained, the Church asks them to declare a motto and design […]


Longtime married couples honored at annual Anniversary Mass

In what has become a treasured tradition of the Archdiocese of Denver, over 130 married couples gathered at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Northglenn for the annual Anniversary Mass, […]

Newly canonized saints reflect holiness in daily life

Along with José de Jesús Sánchez del Río, Pope Francis canonized another six saints of four nationalities on Sunday, Oct. 16. Elizabeth of the Trinity (1880-1906) She was born Elisabeth Catez in […]


The end of an era, the interment of an event

Alfred Emmanuel Smith (1873-1944) served as Governor of New York for four terms and earned the gratitude of all civilized people by opposing Prohibition when that disastrous experiment in social […]

St. José Sánchez del Río: The boy who died for love of Christ the King

José de Jesús Sánchez del Río went to visit the tomb of a Cristero martyr in 1927, and asked God to let him also die in defense of the Catholic […]


Small-town parish celebrates 100 years

On Sunday, Oct. 16, St. John’s Parish in Stoneham celebrated its 100th anniversary. Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila was in attendance and presided over a special Mass paying tribute to the […]

‘Small in number, strong in faith’

St. John’s Parish, located in Stoneham, Colo., is not a big parish; however, this doesn’t stop them from practicing their Catholic faith to the fullest extent. “The church is small […]

Archbishop, mayor stand ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of Denver CEO Larry Smith unveiled plans for a new women’s shelter during an event Oct. 17 with Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. The […]

Q&A: Woman is more than what she does

Annie Oakley told Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun, “anything you can do, I can do better.” According to Pia de Solenni, however, what women can “do” isn’t the […]

Denver Nuggets to host third annual Catholic Families Night

What do you get when you cross the Denver Nuggets, slam-dunks and a whole lot of Catholics? For the third year in a row, the Denver Nuggets are hosting Catholic […]