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Monthly Archives: May, 2019

A Christian gentleman in the nation’s capital

Clement Attlee once described Winston Churchill as akin to a layer cake: one never knew which layer of his personality would be displayed at...

Saint Pope Paul VI’s first feast day is May 29 — celebrate and reflect

Pope Paul VI was certainly not the most popular pope of the 20th century. The two events that marked his pontificate were not short...

Columbine principal helped rebuild community through Catholic faith

“Mr. De” sat wide awake that night in his brother’s house. He was in disbelief at what had occurred. And, as a cradle Catholic,...

Blessed ‘Conchita’ a model for wives, mothers and lovers of Christ

Can a married woman say that her soul belongs to Christ? Can a mother find time to pray, receive daily communion and attend spiritual direction?...

A home for our fathers: Prophet Elijah House officially opened for retired priests

Life is coming full circle for several retired priests in the Archdiocese of Denver. “This is a coming home for our priests,” Deacon Mark Wolbach...

Family finds strength in faith after ‘devastating’ diagnosis of ‘rare sisters’

Cecilia Fries had just received her first reconciliation, First Communion and confirmation when she told her mom something deeply profound. “When put the oil...

Q&A: Signs to look for, ways to help youth with mental health or substance issues

Last year, spurred by suicide clusters among middle- and high-school age youths, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office released the results of a study that...

How to talk to your kids about gun violence

With the development of technology and social media, even the youngest kids hear about the acts of mass violence that happen in schools and...

On the composting of thee and me

In Herman Wouk’s novel, War and Remembrance, Warren Henry shocks his Bible-reading father, the novel’s hero, by claiming that human beings are “microbes on...

Ways to give to Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal

https://vimeo.com/328496325 Donating to the annual Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal has a great impact on the wider Church’s reach in northern Colorado. It not only funds various...
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