Archbishop Aquila and Bishop Rodriguez welcome Colorado Springs Bishop-elect James R. Golka to Colorado

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Diocese of Colorado Springs have announced that Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Michael J. Sheridan, 76, from the pastoral […]

The many marvelous feasts of St. Joseph

By Mary Farrow Contributing Writer  On March 19, less than four months after Pope Francis announced the celebration of the Year of St. Joseph, the Church celebrated the Solemnity of St. Joseph, […]

What today’s world can learn from the Guardian of the Redeemer

While it’s fitting and perhaps even providential that Pope Francis proclaimed this year the Year of St. Joseph, the truth is that St. Joseph has played a pivotal, albeit quiet […]

READ: A special Year of St. Joseph magazine provided by the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal

This year’s Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal is now in full swing, and in honor of this Year of St. Joseph, Archbishop Aquila has dedicated this year’s appeal to highlighting St. Joseph’s […]


What would Cardinal Meyer say?

Unfortunately forgotten in most U.S. Catholic circles today, Cardinal Albert Gregory Meyer, archbishop of Milwaukee from 1953 to 1958 and archbishop of Chicago from 1958 to 1965, was one of […]

Join Pope Francis during May in a global rosary ‘marathon’ for end of COVID-19

By Hannah Brockhaus/Catholic News Agency The Vatican has announced a rosary initiative dedicating the month of May to prayer for an end to the coronavirus pandemic. The Pontifical Council for the […]

St. Joseph: Our strong and silent spiritual father

Joseph — son of David, husband of Mary, the humble builder, and adoptive father of the Messiah — stands as one of the greatest saints in the life of the […]

Reencounter Community: Mass dispensation to be lifted on Pentecost

It feels as though we’re all emerging from a fog – a COVID cocoon, as it were. Over the past year, we’ve all spent most of our days at home, […]

Lessons from St. Joseph: A special class for a special year

This “Year of Saint Joseph” presents us with an opportunity to draw deeper into union with Joseph. To that end, I’d like to introduce you to a six-week course about […]

St. Joseph through Mary’s eyes

There are two people who could best provide a description of St. Joseph: Jesus, who always called him “dad” and experienced human fatherhood in his arms, and Mary, who called […]

The crazy, true story of how the Church helped take down the Klan in Colorado

With the recent publication of Colorado’s historic Ku Klux Clan membership ledgers, which were made public for the first time earlier this week and published by History Colorado online in […]

St. Raphael icon a symbol of confidence for Denver artist who created it

The art of iconography within the Church dates back to her earliest days and is considered by some to be an outdated medium in the modern world. But Claire Woodbury […]