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Aaron Lambert

Aaron is the Managing Editor for the Denver Catholic.

Highway to Heaven: Learning from Carlo Acutis’s Eucharistic fervor

What do video games, the internet and the Eucharist all have in common? Bl. Carlo Acutis loved all three — but he loved the...

Make Halloween Catholic again 

“Trick or treat!” For Americans and many others around the world, these three words have become synonymous with the celebration of Halloween. And what’s not...

National Eucharistic Congress: Mission starts with encountering Christ

Back in June, National Eucharistic Congress executive director Tim Glemkowski shared details about the National Eucharistic Revival and the National Eucharistic Congress slated for...

Finding true healing in the Eucharist

No matter which way you cut it, healing is at the center of the Gospel. In the same way as Jesus came “not to...

Little Sisters of the Poor leave a lasting legacy of love and joy in Denver

When Sister Joseph Marie speaks about Mullen Home for the Aged Poor, it’s as if she’s talking about a family member. And it makes...

Jesuits to be withdrawn from St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish next year

Next summer, the Jesuit Order will be withdrawn from St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish as its administrators. Father Thomas Greene, S.J., provincial superior of the...

At second annual Priest Softball Game, grand slams and slide-ins for vocations

On the warm summer evening of Aug. 26, under the Friday Night Lights at the All-City Baseball Field in Denver, two all-star softball teams...

Archbishop Aquila blesses Denver’s newest Catholic high school

On Aug. 15, 1993, St. John Paul II celebrated the Feast of the Assumption at Cherry Creek State Park in what was perhaps the...

Q&A: Dr. Bob Schuchts on healing after an abortion

If evil is the distortion of the good, then it would seem that abortion and all the trauma that comes with it is one...

New life and the gift of accompaniment

When a woman who is unexpectedly pregnant knocks at the door of the Sisters of Life, they’re aren’t shunned or shamed, nor is there...

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