The Search could make this Lent your most meaningful ever

Lent isn’t just a time to give something up; it’s a time to tap into life’s greatest questions, search for meaning and ultimately, reencounter the Lord.  As many parishes try to […]

Come. See. Hear. Encounter. This year, SEEK21 is coming to you

This year, the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) is doing something special for their annual SEEK conference: a one-of-a-kind, live broadcast event that will allow anybody to experience the four-day SEEK21 conference from any location.    The FOCUS national conference welcomes all Catholics who want to live […]

Gary Miller, longtime archdiocese employee, remembered for big heart and enormous talent

Gary Miller, a longtime and beloved employee of the Archdiocese of Denver, died peacefully surrounded by his family on Dec. 26, 2020. He was 71. During his tenure in the […]

2020 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal Reaches Goal

The generosity to the 2020 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal exceeded expectations and helped accomplish ministry needs during an extraordinary year. “Now this I say, he who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he […]


Archbishop Aquila at Respect Life Mass: If dignity of human life does not exist at the beginning and the end, it will not exist in between

Below is the full transcript of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila’s homily he gave during the Respect Life Mass, celebrated Jan. 23 at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. This […]


The Holy See and thug regimes

The list of grave issues that must be addressed during a future papal interregnum, and by the cardinal-electors in a conclave, continues to grow.  The finances of the Holy See […]

‘Who should get the shot first?’: Catholic wisdom as applied to COVID-19 vaccine distribution

By Josh Evans Who should get the COVID-19 vaccine, and in what order? Does Catholic thinking have any wisdom to offer on this question?  There is, unsurprisingly, no official Catholic […]

WATCH: An update on the State of the Archdiocese with Archbishop Aquila and team

On Feb. 11, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila along with archdiocesan leadership hosted a virtual event which all of faithful of the Archdiocese of Denver were invited to join. Archbishop Aquila […]

Five tips for reading the Word of God

Sunday, Jan. 24 marks “The Sunday of the Word of God,” instituted by Pope Francis last year and to be held every year on the third Sunday of Ordinary Time. This may […]

Archbishop Aquila prays for President Biden, calls for policies rooted in the Gospel of Christ

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila has released the following statement in support of the statement released by USCCB President Archbishop José Gomez on the inauguration of Joseph R. Biden, Jr., as 46th President of […]


President Biden and a Catholic inflection point

For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male […]

No March for Life this month, but still lots of ways to Celebrate Life

Although the annual Celebrate Life March will be a little different this year, what will remain the same is the enthusiasm of the pro-life community that is once again ready to demonstrate and […]