Prop 115: Like David fighting Goliath

Well, it’s that time again. A national election is weeks away. So I guess it’s time for my quadrennial election column. Which, as it turns out, is pretty much always about the […]

Religious Freedom is More Than You Realize

As Americans, we tell ourselves not to talk about two things in public, or even at the dinner table. You know what they are—religion and politics. Those of us who […]


The hard road of national renewal

Earlier this fall, I was happy to be one of the initial signatories of “Liberty and Justice for All,” a call for national renewal drafted by scholars concerned about the […]

Marquette method now taught in archdiocese as another tool for NFP-practicing couples

Natural Family Planning (NFP) is an option to help Catholic families either achieve or avoid pregnancy, including spacing children. This practice observes and tracks fertility signs to accurately determine when a […]

Christianity & Socialism: Moral allies or mortal enemies?

You’re probably hearing a lot about socialism recently. It’s become a hot button issue in our culture with major politicians advocating for it as a fair option for everyone by […]

August Rosary Crusade a powerful outpouring of prayer

In August, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila launched a Rosary Crusade to ask for Mary’s intercession and God’s protection during these uncertain times. He personally asked all Catholics to join him in praying the Rosary for 30 days.  “The last several months […]


Four principles for Catholics during election season

Every four years, Catholics face an intense dilemma in regard to the vote. There are ardently Catholic Democrats who wonder how their co-religionists could possibly choose a Republican candidate, and […]

It can’t happen here: A review of Live Not By Lies

By Francis X. Maier | Catholic World Report In January 2017, three days before Barack Obama left the White House, the New York Times published an opinion piece entitled “Reading the Classic Novel That […]

Why is devotion to Mary important?

This question may seem difficult to answer, but its answer is actually quite simple: because God willed it. We may ask why God would want us to have a relationship […]


The toxic waste of Roe v. Wade

Great Britain’s parliamentary democracy has no constitutional text, but rather a “constitution” composed of centuries of legal traditions and precedents. So when British courts make grave mistakes, those mistakes can […]

Denver Catholic Schools welcome five new principals 

The Office of Catholic School recently welcomed five new principals who bring a wealth of educational experience and are excited to lead their respective schools and foster the rich tradition of […]


WATCH: Prop 115 a reminder that people are worth being walked with

Eucharistic Adoration with Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila took place in the courtyard at Marisol Health on Sunday, September 27. Marisol Health serves women who are struggling in their pregnancies with […]