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Monthly Archives: February, 2022

Father Jude Geilenkirchen dies at 83

Father Earl John “Jude” Geilenkirchen, 83, was born January 20, 1938 in Fort Collins, Colorado, and he passed away December 20, 2021 in Denver,...

Partial indulgence for Mother Cabrini’s 75th canonization anniversary elevated to plenary indulgence

In November of last year, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila issued a decree granting a partial indulgence to those who visit Mother Cabrini Shrine and...

On Good Friday, Sony Pictures will tell the true story of a Catholic priest

Sony Pictures has acquired the worldwide rights to a faith-based film about a Catholic priest. Father Stu — which is slated for release in theaters on Good Friday, April 15 — recounts the inspiring true story of a boxer-turned-priest, and stars Academy Award nominee Mark Wahlberg as Father Stuart Long.

Relying on the mysterious gift of the Holy Spirit

Jesus makes a startling statement at the Last Supper: “It is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go...

Did Christians ban the Games? Tales, myths and other fun facts about the ancient Olympics

At their best, the Olympic games bridge cultural divides and unite countries around the world as the greatest living athletes around the globe compete...

Undercutting Vatican II to defend Vatican II?

Archbishop Arthur Roche, prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship, recently sent the world’s bishops instructions regulating local usage of the Traditional Latin...

Tricia Sullivan named executive director for Seeds of Hope

“I have witnessed the incredible impact of Catholic education and am committed to making a Catholic education a reality for all who seek it.” A...

Archbishop Aquila issues statement in support of Bishop George Thomas’ recent letter

The following is a statement from Archbishop Samuel Aquila in support of the letter published on January 24 by Las Vegas Bishop George Leo...

Celebrating the service of our Catholic school teachers, staff members and school leaders

As we celebrate National Catholic Schools Week across the country, we’d like to recognize teachers, staff members and school leaders across the Archdiocese of...

Mary shows us where to find hope

Every time in history has its trials, but the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic is one that stands apart because its impact has been...
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