Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila issues statement on death of George Floyd

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila has issued the following statement on the death of George Floyd and the ensuing protests in Minneapolis, Denver, and cities across the United States: “The death […]

Statement of U.S. bishop chairmen in wake of death of George Floyd and national protests

WASHINGTON – Seven U.S. bishop chairmen of committees within the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops have issued a statement in the wake of the death of Mr. George Floyd and […]

Late-term abortion ban reaches signature goal

In a final push, supporters of the initiative seeking to prohibit abortions after 22 weeks in the state of Colorado have gathered enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. […]

Official Appointments, May 8, 2020: Permanent Deacons

Below is a list of all of the new permanent deacon assignments for the Archdiocese of Denver. New assignments Deacon Louis Arambula, relieved of duties at Immaculate Heart of Mary […]

Congratulations, class of 2020!

What a ride it’s been for the class of 2020. Graduation season is here, but it’s probably not what seniors had imagined it would be. The coronavirus pandemic has forced […]

Catholic high school seniors remain positive amid ‘roller-coaster’ school year

Senior year is supposed to be the best year of a high schooler’s education. Who knew that in 2020, it would also be the weirdest? The coronavirus pandemic has forced […]

Knights of Columbus founder Fr. Michael McGivney to be beatified

Pope Francis approved a miracle attributed to the intercession of Fr. Michael J. McGivney Wednesday, paving the way for the beatification of the founder of the Knights of Columbus. During […]

Parish relief is on its way

The $1 million pledge by the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal is on its way to parishes in a two-part distribution plan designed to relieve some of the financial strain caused by […]


Extraordinary evangelization in extraordinary times

I’d heard about Father Alexander Sherbrooke long before we met in June 2011; Father Sherbrooke had been a mentor for young friends of mine who had worked at St. Patrick’s […]

Catholic school students get surprise call from Bishop Barron

Last week, local Catholic school students got the surprise of a lifetime. Over the past few weeks, Sister Mary Louise, religion teacher at Sts. Peter & Paul STEM School has […]

Build family, think adventure!

Luke Hlavin is the Assistant Camp Director for Annunciation Heights. Adventure. Faith. Fun. These three words are at the core of the Annunciation Heights mission.  And this summer, more than […]


Priesthood and the renewal of the Church

Debates about celibacy have recently been in the forefront of conversations regarding the Church, given the ongoing fallout of the abuse crisis and the meeting of the Synod of Bishops […]