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Yearly Archives: 2021

Archbishop Aquila offers prayers for residents affected by Marshall Fire, announces special relief fund

On Dec. 30, a wildfire ripped through the towns of Louisville and Superior in Boulder County and destroyed an estimated 1,000 homes in what...

Denver Catholic’s favorite stories of 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, here's a look back at some of our favorite and most popular stories and articles from the past...

‘Bring Your Joy’ to historic Celebrate Life Rally and March Jan. 15

Thousands of people are expected to gather, unified in their mission, on the west steps of the Colorado Capitol on Saturday,  Jan. 15, to witness to and celebrate life.

Jesus came to save the messiness of you and me

Have you ever googled “percentage of people who dread the holidays”? It’s kind of fascinating. The numbers range, but it’s consistently a lot. Of...

Women of valor and the pro-life cause

I first met Erika Bachiochi — then Erika Schubert — in July 1998, when she was my student in the Tertio Millennio Seminar on...

The Nativity through St. Joseph’s eyes

We all have particularly poignant moments in our lives that we’ll never forget. The “look” of it, “sound” of it and “smell” of it...

Why should Christmas transform us?

Christmas is a powerful time. The story of the God who became man and came into the world may seem too familiar to us....

Christmas wisdom from the early Church

Christmas and the Nativity is not just a fable, fairy tale or an abstract event that may or may not have happened; the birth...

How Christmas changed the world — and still can today 

The world does not think like God. If we were to plan how to stage the most important moment in history, it might involve...

WATCH: A Christmas greeting from Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila

https://vimeo.com/659417390 Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila wishes the faithful of the Archdiocese of Denver a blessed Christmas!
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