Amy Bryer Brumley

Amy Bryer Brumley

Development Communications Manager

Amy is the Development Communications Manager for the Archdiocese of Denver.

Seeds of Hope beats the odds

Denver Catholic schools beat the odds makers and safely and successfully opened all 34 Kindergarten through 8th grade schools for in-person learning this fall. Seeds of Hope, which funds Catholic […]

Black Catholic History is Catholic History!

Black Catholics have had a huge impact on the history and traditions of Christianity. The National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus of the United States designated November as Black Catholic History Month 30 […]

You can help to form our future priests

Our seminarians are visiting parishes in November to share their unique calling to serve and to ask for your prayerful support. God spoke to some of them at an early […]

You can help advance the mission of the Archdiocese of Denver

Most people can’t envision themselves as philanthropists. That image is reserved for multi-millionaires or even billionaires with well-known names.  Philanthropy is about compassion and generosity for others and the Archdiocese […]

‘Our state should do better’: One mom’s journey of choosing life and supporting Prop 115

Lauren Castillo grew up as a pro-life supporter, which was no surprise.   She was Catholic and her father was even the deacon of her church. But then in Castillo’s senior […]


Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal steps up in dramatic fashion

Unique times call for unique action and the Archdiocese of Denver met the call of those in need in new ways this year. The Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal provided vital support […]

Seeds of Hope planted a faith-filled future for this teen

When Helen Anderson’s granddaughter, Ava Darche, came to live with her at 3 years old, Anderson was working a full-time job and at a very stressful point in her life. […]

Unlock the mysteries of the Bible with LIVE instruction this Fall

Looking for a new kind of book club? Consider yourself a lifelong learner?  The Denver Catholic Biblical School can unlock the mysteries of the Bible for you with LIVE online instruction this […]

For retired priests, Prophet Elijah House ‘feels like home’

Monsignor Bernard Schmitz had dedicated 50 years to his parishes here in Colorado and in South America. When it came time to retire in 2019, he didn’t know where he […]


Despite COVID, Archdiocese of Denver continues to serve abundantly

The COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations around the world to rapidly pivot directions and for the Archdiocese that meant adjusting to new circumstances, while maintaining its course to faithfully serve Northern […]

Look no further – your family belongs at Annunciation Heights

Darilyn Bixenman just wanted to reconnect with her teenage kids when she told her family they were all going to stay at Annunciation Heights near Estes Park for a family […]

Parish relief is on its way

The $1 million pledge by the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal is on its way to parishes in a two-part distribution plan designed to relieve some of the financial strain caused by […]