Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Managing Editor

Aaron is the Managing Editor for the Denver Catholic.

Love your Motherboard: Colorado-based company is unifying Church and skate

Let’s face it: When it comes to skateboarding culture, there could be a little less skull and crossbones, and a little more Sacred Hearts. Five years ago, Lisa Fixler had […]

Samaritanus Bonus and the hope of ‘remaining’

To those who care for the sick, the scene of the Cross provides a way of understanding that even when it seems that there is nothing more to do there […]

Roe v. Wade: Bad law and bad science

A new book by a renowned reproductive healthcare doctor takes a critical look at the flawed science of Roe v. Wade, the infamous Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the U.S. […]

Prop 115, Colorado’s proposed late-term abortion ban, fails

In a tough loss for Colorado’s pro-life community, Proposition 115, a proposed ban on late-term abortion in Colorado, failed on election night. Proposition 115 would have banned abortion after 22 […]

Q&A: Despite the pandemic, Annunciation Heights continues to joyfully fulfill its mission

The COVID-19 pandemic upended a lot of summer plans across multiple industries. The hit was felt especially hard at summer camps around the country, including our very own Annunciations Heights.  […]

‘Go and announce the Gospel of the Lord’: The Concluding Rites

This article is the final piece in a series to help the faithful experience Mass in a deeper way than ever before. Click the links below to read the other […]

Boulder Aquinas Center hosting Father Mike Schmitz and more for virtual speaker series

Over the next few months, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish in Boulder is hosting a stacked speaker series that’s sure to be as intellectually stimulating as it is informative and useful […]

Honoring Colorado’s saintly Mother

She was an Italian immigrant, a loving servant of those in need and the very first American saint, who also happened to walk the streets of Colorado. And now, to […]


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. […]


‘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 […]