Join in the May 1 Reconsecration of Our Nation to Our Blessed Mother

As the world continues to face the ongoing effects of the global pandemic of the coronavirus, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles and President of the USCCB has announced […]

You can help form the future generation of Catholic leaders

The annual Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal (ACA) is the primary source of funding for many offices, parishes, and ministries from the Archdiocese of Denver. It benefits and provides services to not […]

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The “historic” Amazonian Synod, revisited

Given that he was one of the principal planners and prominent leaders of last October’s special Synod on Amazonia, Cardinal Claudio Hummes, OFM, is understandably enthusiastic about the results of […]

Chancery support empowers parishes to focus on ministry and evangelization

Though she is made up of one body in Christ, the operation of the Church within the Archdiocese of Denver has a lot of moving parts. It’s for this reason […]

Archdiocese of Denver extends suspension of public Masses through May 8 

The following is a statement from the Archdiocese of Denver which provides an update regarding the suspension of public Masses. The Archdiocese of Denver has extended the suspension of public Masses […]

There’s a way for everyone to uphold sanctity of human life

March 25 marked the 25th anniversary of St. John Paul II’s papal encyclical, Evangelium Vitae, “The Gospel of Life,” which promoted the sanctity of human life and addressed the issues […]

‘Better than planned’: Newly-married couple Mr. & Mrs. Bradshaw on their COVID-19 wedding

When preparing for their wedding, a bride and groom are faced with a long list of items for which they must plan. Church? Check. Reception venue? Check. Guest list? Check. […]

Catholic moral wisdom in the time of COVID-19

Joshua Evans, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor of Health Care Ethics at Regis University in Denver. In the recent weeks we have seen a beautiful flowering of support for the […]

First $1 million raised from this year’s Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal will go to parishes

It’s a question you probably ask yourself every year: How far does the money you give to the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal really go? The answer is simple: Really far, and, […]

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Motherhood and the sanctuary of the home

We’ve all been spending more time at home than usual, and, even as we’re all anxious to return to normal life, there have been blessings in our confinement. One of […]

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Don’t waste this time – ‘Be converted!’

In the days since Pope Francis’ March 27 Urbi et Orbi, I keep going back to the images in my mind. Was it not haunting? Watching our very frail-looking pontiff […]

Longtime permanent deacon led a fruitful life of ministry

Deacon Ron Ansay passed away Feb. 25 at the Plaza Gardens where he was staying during his illness.  He was 87 years old.  Deacon Ansay was in the first ordination […]