Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Director of Publications

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

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. […]

Catholic schools partner with Centura Health for safer in-school learning come fall

The Archdiocese of Denver’s Catholic schools and Centura Health have teamed up to help parents and students feel safer from the novel coronavirus when in-school learning resumes in the fall. […]

Colorado Capuchins celebrate 50th anniversary the same way they serve – humbly

On May 5, the Colorado Capuchins quietly marked their 50th anniversary of serving in Colorado. What was intended as a jubilant celebration with Masses from both of Denver’s bishops did […]

Archdiocese of Denver’s TV Mass a lifeline for Catholics locally and globally

For years, the Archdiocese of Denver has offered a local TV Mass on CPT12 for the homebound. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mass was made available for viewing on the […]

Thomas Fitzsimons: The unsung Catholic Founding Father 

As our nation celebrates the day of its independence and subsequent founding as a country on July 4, a look back some lesser-known Catholic history of this historic event seems warranted.   George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, Benjamin […]

Supreme Court decision on Blaine Amendments a victory for religious freedom, school choice 

In a potentially landmark decision for Catholic schools around the country, the Supreme Court on June 30 ruled against a Montana constitutional provision that barred taxpayer funds from going to […]

The Introductory Rites: An invitation to prepare for the Holy Mass

This article is the second in a series to help the faithful experience Mass in a deeper way than ever before. Read the first part here, and subscribe to our […]

COVID couldn’t keep new Catholics from initiation sacraments

When a person is received into the Catholic Church, it conjures images of the prodigal son running to his father’s arms after being away for so long. Usually, new Catholics […]

A conversation with Black Catholics on racism

The death of George Floyd on May 25 has once again sparked a national conversation about racism in American society. As Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila put it, “Racism has no […]