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Monthly Archives: August, 2019

Late Deacon Mooneyham was a ‘humble intercessor’

Deacon Gene Mooneyham, 83, passed away peacefully the morning of Aug. 5. Deacon Gene began his ministry at St. Jude’s Catholic Church in Lakewood...

New Catholic school leaders rise to the challenge

There’s never been a more exciting time than now to be a student at one of Denver’s Catholic schools. With robust curriculums that form the...

Title X: Protect Life Rule comes in as Planned Parenthood walks out

Planned Parenthood will no longer receive Title X funds and has withdrawn from the program entirely. The decision took effect Aug. 19, as the...

The future needs the family

Editors Note: In this column, Archbishop Aquila presents some excerpts from a talk he gave to the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers....

Getting beyond Darwin

Bishop Robert Barron and others working hard to evangelize the “Nones” — young adults without religious conviction — tell us that a major obstacle...

Welcome back! A message from the superintendent as Catholic Schools begin the 2019-2020 academic school year

https://vimeo.com/354285572 Elias Moo, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Denver, took to social media to welcome Catholic schools' communities to the 2019-2020 academic...

Denver’s first Catholic classical high school opens under patronage of Our Lady of Victory

Nearly half a millennium ago, thousands of Catholics heeded Pope Pius V’s call to pray the Rosary requesting Our Lady’s intercession for the deliverance...

What is the Assumption, anyway?

By Adelaide Mena/Catholic News Agency On Aug. 15, Catholics around the world mark the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, commemorating the end of her...

Heroism and priesthood, Dachau and Amazonia

In late June, I visited the concentration camp at Dachau, located in a wooded suburb a few miles from downtown Munich. The camp site...

Archbishop Chaput recalls Columbine in response to recent mass shootings

By Christine Rousselle/Catholic News Agency Gun control laws alone will not stop mass shootings effectively, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia, said in a column written...
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