Catholic faithful vow to continue fighting controversial sex education bill

After roughly 10 hours of debate and over 300 public testimonies, a Colorado House committee voted 7-4 to approve a controversial sexual education bill Wednesday. The bill now moves to the House Appropriations committee. Several overflow rooms were […]

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We need Catholic schools now more than ever

Our ancestors, Catholic immigrants to the United States, built up the largest private school system in the world. They made an enormous sacrifice, scraping pennies together for the formation of […]

Denver Nuggets to host Catholic Families Night Feb. 24

For the fifth year in a row, the Denver Nuggets are hosting Catholic Families Night at the Pepsi Center on Sunday, Feb. 24, where they will face-off against the Los […]

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The courageous honesty of Peter Steinfels

Peter Steinfels’s long career in journalism included years of service as editor of Commonweal (from which perch he took me to the woodshed more than once), followed by a decade […]

‘All means all’

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Denver are walking the walk when it comes to the Church’s outspoken compassion for people with special needs and learning differences. “The Catholic Church […]

Once students, now staff members

When Katie Weaver started teaching third grade at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School, one of the strangest adjustments she had to make was her interactions with fellow staff members. […]

Read Archbishop Aquila’s letter opposing Colorado House Bill 1032

Dear brothers and sisters, This Sunday marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week. This is an annual, national celebration when we celebrate the great gift of Catholic education to our […]

Archbishop, Colorado Catholic Conference urge opposition to human sexuality education bill HB 1032

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and the Colorado Catholic Conference are urging the faithful to contact their representatives and ask them to oppose HB 19 1032 ahead of its hearing date […]

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Ignore God’s goodness at your own risk

In these times of trial, it is easy to forget or overlook the stories of faith, joy and vibrant life that are a part of the fabric of our Church. […]

Mental health services complement academic, faith formation

How Dick or Jane learn, behave or handle their emotions can point to mental disorders, with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, and behavior disorders being the most common diagnosed, according to a Centers for […]

Don’t miss out on summer camp at Annunciation Heights

By Topher Aderhold Topher Aderhold is the Camp Director at Annunciation Heights. “Every day that passes, I fall more desperately in love with the mountains… I am ever more determined […]

Franciscan food truck nourishes souls and bodies

Last November, Capuchin Franciscan Friars serving in Denver joined the increasingly popular food truck trend, but with some key twists. Like their food truck counterparts, they are drawing fans offering something special — in […]