Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Managing Editor

Aaron is the managing editor for the Denver Catholic and communications manager for the Archdiocese of Denver.

Archbishop, Colorado Catholic Conference urge opposition to human sexuality education bill HB 1032

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and the Colorado Catholic Conference are urging the faithful to contact their representatives and ask them to oppose HB 19 1032 ahead of its hearing date […]

Family-owned Stargazer Fine Chocolates is in the business of joy

As a father and his young daughter walk through the door of Stargazer Fine Chocolates, the little girl excitedly scanning the shop and pointing to the chocolate hippos and colorful […]

Priests are hurt by crisis, but remain resilient and faithful

When the news of Archbishop Theodore McCarrick broke and thus opened another wave of scandals within the Church, one thought went through Father Bert Chilson’s mind: “Not again.” “When I […]

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PHOTOS: Catholic schools celebrate All Saints’ Day in style

On Nov. 1, Catholic school students and teachers around the archdiocese dressed up as some of the many heavenly figures who intercede for us and celebrated All Saints’ Day in […]

Comic book evangelization

The very first comic book was published in 1933 and sparked a craze that reached its height during the 1950s and continues even to this day. Original copies of comic […]

Q&A: The Beer Option explores the rich brew of beer and Catholic culture

It’s easy to scoff at the idea of beer playing an important role in the Church’s history, but as it turns out, Christians can learn quite a bit from not […]

Take Christ to the polls with you this Election Day

As Election Day approaches, Colorado’s voters are gearing up for what is bound to be a crucial juncture in the state’s political future. As the 2016 presidential election proved, Colorado […]

Q&A: Lawyer shares history of clergy sex abuse in the Archdiocese of Denver

The clergy sex abuse scandal revealed in the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report has shaken the Church to her core. It’s left many faithful Catholics questioning not only their own faith, […]

New study finds Catholic school students have better self-discipline

A Catholic education doesn’t just help foster better spiritual discipline; it can help to improve a student’s self-discipline, too. At least that’s what a recent study conducted by the University […]

Support persecuted Christians in the Middle East at Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast

The plight of Christians in the Middle East continues to go unheard by much of the world. Still, organizations such as St. Rafka’s Mission of Hope and Mercy persist and […]

Q&A: From sports news to the Good News

Mark Haas thought he would be a sports anchor for much of his career. God had other plans. Now, Haas is the new Director of Public Relations for the Archdiocese […]

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Introducing Annunciation Heights

  Nestled in the Rocky Mountains and resting in the shadow of Long’s Peak, a new adventure for Catholic youth and families awaits. Annunciation Heights is a new Catholic youth […]