INFOGRAPHIC: How a bill becomes a law

The political process is very complex and has many different facets to it. With the Colorado legislative session opening Jan. 11, a variety of bills will be introduced in the […]

Q&A: The most important legislative issues Colorado Catholics should keep an eye on this year

While political involvement on a national level gets more attention, it’s important to be aware of how the Catholic community can get involved on a state level with this year’s […]

Catholic health networks opt-out of physician-assisted suicide law

Local Catholic hospitals are exercising their right to opt-out of participating in the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act—known during the election cycle as Proposition 106—which legalizes physician-assisted suicide in Colorado. The […]

The good guys do exist: Catholic senators serving our state

The good guys don’t make the headlines very often. So here’s a friendly reminder that, in the political world, they do still exist. Senators Kevin Priola and Jack Tate are […]

During Catholic Schools Week, gratitude for ACE program in Denver

During Catholic Schools Week, we are grateful the many wonderful teachers teaching in the Catholics schools here in Denver, and especially those who were placed here by the ACE program. […]

2017 a ‘great’ year to celebrate Catholic Schools

Superintendent Kevin Kijewski can’t wait for Catholic Schools Week this year. “This is going to be a great year for Catholic schools,” he said. “We did a lot of foundation […]


Rogue One’s Chirrut and Baze are not a couple

Father Ryan O’Neill is the vocations director for the Archdiocese of Denver. I think sexuality is very important, but when the world I live in constantly tells me that all […]


Theology isn’t math; but it is theology

During the heyday of the Solidarity movement, a famous Polish slogan had it that, “For Poland to be Poland, 2 + 2 Must Always = 4”. It was a quirky […]

A new school, Hispanic outreach, affordable tuition plan underway in Catholic schools

A year ago, the archdiocese’s Catholic Schools Office released a vision statement listing characteristics that make a school “Catholic.” The document, “Worthy of the Name,” highlights goals related to mission, […]


Five ways to make America great again

With the recent inauguration of President Trump, his promises to “Make America Great Again” by protecting our country and generating jobs have been in the news. The greatness of our […]

Parents choose. Kids win.

The Office of Catholic Schools, the Colorado Catholic Conference and a diverse group of state-wide allies are teaming up to make school choice an important issue this legislative session, which […]


How to get through Inauguration Day as a Catholic

On Jan. 20, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. It’s really happening. I think it’s safe to say that many Catholics my age […]