Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Director of Publications

Aaron is the Director of Publications for the Archdiocese of Denver.

Saints in the making

At other schools, Nov. 1 was likely just another Friday for students. At Denver’s Catholic schools, however, it wasn’t just Friday – it was All Saints’ Day. On this special […]

What is the Dallas Charter?

In 2002, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) instituted the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, more commonly known as the Dallas Charter. In it, […]

perspective

The shock of forgiveness

Every so often, the media will pick up a story that serves as a potent reminder of what it means to be a Christian. That’s because living as a Christian […]

Independent reparations program funded by Colorado dioceses called ‘a remarkable effort’

As part of the Archdiocese of Denver’s promise to be transparent about sexual abuse of minors by diocesan priests and to help facilitate healing for survivors, the previously-announced independent reparations […]

Community-rooted St. Theresa’s breaks ground for long-awaited new church

Carmine DeSantis was six years old when St. Theresa’s Parish in Frederick was being constructed. Having just immigrated from Italy with his family, he didn’t speak a lick of English. […]

How to talk to your kids about transgender issues

Emily Zinos may not be a scholar or a doctor, but as a concerned mom who sees the danger of the transgender trend, she brings a unique perspective to the […]

New Catholic school leaders rise to the challenge

There’s never been a more exciting time than now to be a student at one of Denver’s Catholic schools. With robust curriculums that form the whole person and a variety […]

She wasn’t Catholic when she started going to Catholic school. Now she and five others are.

Emily Maerz was in first grade when she decided that she wanted to be baptized, thus starting her journey into the Catholic Church. Her grandparents, Sharon and Brad Maerz, have […]

Teachers’ union abortion declaration a threat to education, Catholic critics say

A new declaration by the nation’s largest teachers’ union is causing some in Catholic education to raise their eyebrows in alarm. Earlier this month, the National Education Association (NEA) adopted […]

Rebates a great incentive for parishes to give to Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal

Making a gift to Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal doesn’t just benefit the greater archdiocese and its many ministries and services – it can also benefit parishes with a little extra cash […]

USCCB bishops pen op-ed urging U.S. government and Congress to find solution for border crisis

It was a striking image, a father and his almost two-year-old daughter lying dead on a river bank — an image that captured the potent reality of the perils immigrants […]

STEM shooting hero remembered for his unwavering kindness and faith

He loved the outdoors. He loved technology. He loved his friends. He just plain loved. Kendrick Castillo was a faithful, kind and caring individual whose life was tragically cut short […]