Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Managing Editor

Aaron is the Managing Editor for the Denver Catholic.

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Lessons from the improbable Scalia-Ginsburg friendship

The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in 2016 sent powerful shockwaves through American culture that reverberated deeply on both sides of the political and ideological spectrums. Those shockwaves have been reawakened with the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. […]

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‘It gives me great hope’: Archbishop Aquila prays with others at Boulder Abortion Clinic

The 2020 40 Days for Life fall campaign launched Sept. 23, and to mark the occasion, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila joined a fervent group of others to pray a rosary […]

Diaper need is a silent crisis – will you help?

One in three Colorado families struggle to provide diapers for their children, according to the National Diaper Bank Network. That’s an estimated 67,000 children who are need. This week, Sept. […]

Over 130 healthcare professionals and scientists sign endorsement letter for Proposition 115

As the chance for Colorado voters to end late-term abortion in the state approaches in November, those both in support and opposition of the measure are beginning to make their […]

Wanderlight: The first Catholic video game?

Fact: There are 2.6 billion video game players in the world today. In such a massive industry, how many Catholic video games exist? As it turns out, at least one. […]

Q&A: Fostering ‘wonder and awe’ at Blessed Miguel Pro Academy

The mission of Catholic education extends far beyond academic formation. With a foundation rooted firmly in the truth of the Gospel, Catholic schools are tasked with forming the hearts, bodies, […]

Movie review: Fatima a hopeful film for today’s world

In 1917, near the end of World War I and just before the Spanish Influenza pandemic, something miraculous happened in the quaint little city of Fatima, Portugal. This miracle and […]

Church and state partner to carry out corporal works of mercy during pandemic and beyond

In times of great need and crisis, we find strength in unity and collaboration, and amid the coronavirus pandemic, this truth remains within the Archdiocese of Denver. For many years, […]

Five Colorado places named after Catholic saints

On Aug. 1, Colorado will have made it way over the hill at a ripe 144 years old. Better known as Colorado Day, the day commemorates the founding of our […]

Looking back at the 1918 Flu epidemic in the Archdiocese of Denver

In September 1918, the Spanish Flu began to ravage the world. Despite its name, the Spanish Flu’s origins may not have been the Iberian, but by the time it had […]

Cure summer boredom for a day at Annunciation Heights’ Fiat Fest

Coronavirus has turned this normally-busy season of summer into “The Great 2020 Boredom Fest.” But if you’re looking to get out of the house and into nature for a day, […]

St. Isidore online K-8 curriculum coming to Catholic schools this fall

This fall, the Office of Catholic Schools will be launching a centralized online curriculum for parents who may not feel comfortable sending their children to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic. […]