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Monthly Archives: June, 2019

The Summer Reading List

Continuing a venerable tradition, I offer the following for your canicular reading pleasure: John Hay spent decades at the center of American public life as...

Radical living and my friend Shelly

I saw my friend Shelly the other day, for the first time in 28 years. Back in the day, she was Shelly Pennefather, basketball phenomenon....

Repenting and renewing our role as shepherds

Jesus tells the disciples in St. John’s Gospel, “I am the good shepherd. A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep,” contrasting...

Faith and politics in the United States

Cherished principles of the American revolution include religious freedom and the separation of Church and State. These principles should have benefited Catholics, who sought...

The Sistine Chapel comes to Stanley Marketplace

Colorado residents will have an opportunity to gaze upon Michelangelo’s famous works of art — right in their own backyard. The Sistine Chapel exhibit, coming...

Team Samaritan House rider draws strength from teammates in battle with brain cancer

Last June, Luis Bernardez finished his second Ride the Rockies with Team Samaritan House. Having just recently retired from his job working as a...

Whose republic? Which “liberalism”?

Extra credit question: Name the author of this admonition about the insecure cultural foundations and potentially perilous future of the American republic — “Seeds...

First eighth grade class graduates from Escuela de Guadalupe

Before she passed away in 2012, Sister Susan Swain, one of the founders of Escuela de Guadalupe, gave a video interview where she explained...

Holy Family in Keenesburg celebrates a century

After 100 years, the tight-knit, diverse community at Holy Family Catholic Church in Keenesburg is still going strong. “It’s a sign for the Church,” said...

At conference in Baltimore, USCCB passes three measures in response to abuse crisis

By Ed Condon/Catholic News Agency The U.S. bishops’ conference voted Thursday to approve proposals intended to respond to recent scandals involving sexual abuse, coercion, and...
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