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Monthly Archives: February, 2021

What went wrong?

One of my favorite things to do with my small grandchildren is to tell them a story. No matter how simplistic or fantastical the plot is, they are always delighted and enthralled. We all love stories because we are made for them. [...]

Exodus, Lent, and becoming a true nation

Ten years ago, I began a most extraordinary Lent by walking up the Aventine Hill to the Basilica of Santa Sabina on the first...

Watch Archbishop Aquila discuss The Search live with Chris Stefanick this Thursday, Feb. 18

In a Lenten collaboration with Real Life Catholic, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila will appear live on Chris Stefanick's' The Life You Were Made For...

The Marvelous Goodness of God’s Creation

Nearly every morning, on the way to school, my three-year-old daughter shouts from the backseat, “Wook at the sky, mom!”


Montessori meets deep faith formation in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me,” and a religious education method used in a growing number of Denver’s Catholic schools and...

Now is the time to remember your story

When one is close to the events of history, it can be hard to have an objective perspective on their significance, but it does...

Our Apostolic Moment: Archbishop Aquila issues Lenten pastoral note to the faithful of Denver

STARTING ASH WEDNESDAY: Join Archbishop Aquila in praying a 54-day Rosary novena for a renewal of mission in the Archdiocese of Denver, ending on...

Want to know the secret to happiness? Ask regular churchgoers.

As the poster year for hardship that was 2020 came to a much-anticipated end, a rather telling Gallup poll about happiness quietly passed under...

From Christendom times to apostolic times

Thirty years ago, on January 22, 1991, Pope John Paul II’s eighth encyclical, Redemptoris Missio (The Mission of the Redeemer), was published. In a pontificate so...

Communion, Confession and Causing Scandal

By John SehornAssistant Professor of Theology at the Augustine Institute Catholics and non-Catholics alike are often confused or offended by the Church’s “rules” about receiving...
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