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Monthly Archives: April, 2021

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...

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The art of iconography within the Church dates back to her earliest days and is considered by some to be an outdated medium in...

Hans Küng and the perils of fame

During his 1977 rookie year with the Baltimore Orioles, future Hall of Famer Eddie Murray got a piece of advice from veteran Lee May:...

Reencounter God’s Mercy: Mass dispensation to be lifted on Pentecost

As we prepare for Pentecost and the reinstatement of the obligation to attend Mass, now is the time to encounter – or rather, reencounter...

A priest’s top five reasons for returning to confession

Father Andreas Hoeck, Chair of sacred Scripture at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary and a confessor at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception,...

What if I’m nervous? A Q&A on common questions about confession

For five frequently asked questions about confession, the Denver Catholic consulted Msgr. Bernie Schmitz, former vicar for clergy and a retired priest of the...

Everyone needs mercy – and God offers it in confession

Before you place a foot in that confessional, remember this: God loves you, and his mercy is unconditional. "The reason that’s so important is because...

Archbishop: Eucharistic Coherence is a question of love

On April 14, 2021 America Magazine, as part of its ongoing “Conversations” in America Media, published an article I wrote entitled: “For the church...

Late Deacon Hastings ’embodied a diaconal love’

Deacon Bill Hastings, 77 years old, passed away April 8 at his home while surrounded by his loving family.   Deacon Hastings spent most of his diaconal ministry assigned to St. Peter’s Parish in Greeley, Colorado.  Bill...

What can we learn from silent St. Joseph?

It seems like a paradox to say we can learn from St. Joseph, a man who does not have a single word attributed to...
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