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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Freedom is never free

When I first visited Lviv, the principal city of western Ukraine, in 2002, the transportation from plane to airport terminal was an old bus...

Five ways to get creative this Mother’s Day

It’s the moment your mom has been waiting for. She gets dressed up, puts on some makeup and heads to the car. You drive her...

Fifty years of building Christ’s community together at Queen of Peace

Queen of Peace Parish in Aurora, while predominately middle to lower income, is the most diverse in the archdiocese and among the busiest. It is...

A day without the Knights of Columbus

Imagine a world where a young man rolls out of bed to the street on a gray winter morning. He walks by a shop...

Renovation to make Catholic-centered senior home even better

In his 56 years of priestly ministry, Msgr. Don Dunn has visited a lot of senior living homes. “They don’t always radiate happiness,” he told...

Making a diverse College of Cardinals work

With the exception of the two consistories held by Pope John XXIII in 1958 and 1959, every creation of new cardinals since Pope Pius...

A pilgrimage through the arts

I recently visited the Denver Art Museum to see the Degas: A Passion for Perfection exhibit, which runs until May 20th. My kindergartener summed...
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