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Monthly Archives: December, 2022

Cardinal Stafford on Pope Benedict XVI: ‘Here was a true disciple’

In honor of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI's death, Cardinal James Francis Stafford has released statement remembering the pope. Cardinal Stafford participated in the conclave...

Rest in Peace, Benedict XVI: The ‘humble worker’ and his legacy of hope to the Catholic Church

By Luke Coppen, AC Wimmer, Matthew Bunson/Catholic News Agency Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has died at the age of 95, bringing to a close the momentous life of...

Denver Catholic’s favorite stories of 2022

As 2022 comes to a close, here’s a look back at some of our favorite and most popular stories and articles from the past...

We’re ‘fans,’ not ‘fan bases’

Amidst the sundry aggravations of contemporary life in these United States, few have such a cringe-inducing effect on me as a ubiquitous neologism that...

‘Everyday Disciples’ inspire others in 2022 Appeal

The 2022 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal wraps up at the end of the year and has been marked with great generosity from sacrificial donors who...

Archbishop Aquila on the Dan Caplis Show: Catholicism teaching hate is ‘flat out lie’

Yesterday, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila appeared on the Dan Caplis Show to speak about his recent column that was published by the Wall Street...

Be Free, Live Differently: A New Year’s Resolution for Men 

We count our years from the birth of Christ, and Christmas begins the year of the Lord 2023. The secular practice of making a...

Christmastide lessons from Linus and the lowly shepherds

By Deacon Derrick Johnson Permanent Deacon at Assumption Parish in Welby And in that region, there were shepherds out in the field, keeping watch over their...

12 tribes of Israel, 2 Old Testament kingdoms, and a 24-foot menorah made out of… Legos?

Have you ever seen a 24-foot Lego menorah? As first reported by Denver7, this incredible feat was accomplished by hundreds of Jewish teen students...

Mary, the Church, Christmas, and Jimmy Lai

Now, on Christmas Day, the nine months have been fulfilled. What began on the day of Annunciation is made visible to the world in...
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