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Monthly Archives: January, 2022

From Denver to Uganda, St. Joseph facilitates an unexpected connection

By Jonah McKeown/Catholic News Agency When Daniel Campbell saw an email in his inbox last spring from Soroti, Uganda, his first thought was: Am I...

Bishop Machebeuf High School: A transformative education through Catholic Liberal Arts

This article is the third of a 10-part series that seeks to shed light on these and other tremendous things happening at Bishop Machebeuf...

Educating for what matters most

January 31 kicks off Catholic Schools Week, timed to coincide with the patron of Catholic education’s feast day, St. Thomas Aquinas, on January 27....

Pope Francis on day of prayer for Ukraine: ‘Please, no more war’

At the beginning of the Catholic Church’s day of prayer for peace in Ukraine, Pope Francis made an earnest appeal to those in power: “Please, no more war.”

Russia, Ukraine, and moral reckoning 

There have been vast improvements in the techniques and technology of filmmaking since 1961, when Stanley Kramer made Judgment at Nuremberg. But it’s difficult...

Read the winning essay from this year’s Celebrate Life student essay contest

Each year, in the time leading up to the annual Celebrate Life March (Jan. 15 this year), the Respect Life Office holds a contest...

Bishop Machebeuf High School: Forming Disciples of Christ

In the introduction to his framework for forming disciples in Catholic education, “School of the Lord’s Service,” Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila defines the purpose...

‘Strange Rites’ and the promise of natural religion

Along with many other cultural commentators, I have been tracing for the past many years the phenomenon of religious disaffiliation, the sobering fact that...

Celebrate Life March marked by spirit of victory, resolve to continue aiding courageous mothers

On the sunny Saturday of Jan. 15, thousands of civil rights activists converged on the Colorado State Capitol to courageously and joyfully stand up...

Deacon Bill Stow diligently served the poor and downtrodden

Deacon Bill Stow, 75 years old, passed away Jan. 1 on the Feast of Our Lady Mother of God. Deacon Stow was assigned to...
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