Soup kitchen saved, prayers answered at parish ministry in Aurora

Sitting in her small office at the Friends of St. Andrew Hospitality Center in Aurora, Siobhan Latimer focuses her eyes on a small statue of Jesus and holds back tears […]

Archbishop Aquila supports USCCB Executive Committee’s call for independent investigation

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila has issued the following letter expressing his support for USCCB President Cardinal Daniel DiNardo’s and the Executive Committee’s call for an independent investigation in the wake […]

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Why we stay, and the Vigano Testimony

The Sunday Mass scriptures during this summer of horrors have often been eerily appropriate, beginning with Jeremiah’s polemic against malfeasant shepherds who mislead the Lord’s flock (July 25) and continuing […]

Nativity: Faith & Reason emphasizes religion as ‘the fabric of life’

When Nativity Catholic School in Broomfield changed its name to Nativity: Faith & Reason, some parishioners were concerned it meant a backing away from the Catholicity of the school. Father […]

Q&A ON CLERGY MISCONDUCT AND ABUSE OF POWER

This document is provided to answer questions about how the Archdiocese of Denver handles misconduct and/or abuse of power by members of the clergy, i.e., Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. […]

Sister Alicia V. Cuarón Education Fund honors CSJD’s Family Services program

In April 2018, Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA) and Boston College’s Center for Social Innovation identified Centro San Juan Diego as one of 64 “innovative and solutions-oriented […]

St. Joseph in Akron celebrates 100 years

When Father Marek Ciesla celebrates Sunday Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Akron, the community is deeply connected — not just in the prayers and responses, but in the […]

Q&A: Cheap Sex and why today’s young people are postponing marriage

It doesn’t take much to realize that young men and women are waiting longer to get married. And although some of the most common reasons given tend to be “lack […]

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Forming disciples in the parish and home

Twenty-five years ago, Pope St. John Paul II called Catholics to enter a new evangelization during World Youth Day in Denver. This evangelization (the sharing of the good news) re-engages […]

New study finds Catholic school students have better self-discipline

A Catholic education doesn’t just help foster better spiritual discipline; it can help to improve a student’s self-discipline, too. At least that’s what a recent study conducted by the University […]

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Fackenheim’s Law and the Current Catholic Crisis

The medieval Jewish sage Maimonides counted 613 commandments, or mitzvot, in the Law that God gave his people, Israel. The 20th-century Jewish philosopher Emil Fackenheim, who escaped the Nazis’ genocidal […]

Adopt-a-Student program helps donors ‘put a face’ to the impact of their gifts

As a child of eight who grew up in a lower income neighborhood in St. Louis, Joe Schmid understands how a Catholic education can open the door to greater opportunities. […]