Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Managing Editor

Aaron is the Managing Editor for the Denver Catholic.

Get your Friday fish and chips fix during quarantine

We could all use a little Lenten pick-me-up in these uncertain times. So why not treat yourself to some delicious fish and chips on Fridays during Lent? The outbreak of […]


In this global pandemic, be charitable and stay home

There can no longer be any doubt about it — with COVID-19, we are living through a historic pandemic, one that requires swift action and societal cooperation. To think otherwise […]

A Call for Hope: 20,000 faithful share phone conversation with Archbishop Aquila

Social distancing provides a great opportunity to do something many of us likely don’t do much of anymore: speak on the phone. And on Sunday, March 22, that’s exactly what […]

Parishes need our support. Here’s how you can help.

Even though public Masses have been suspended, our parishes continue to support the community in this time of great need. The reality is that in the midst of this pandemic, […]

Q&A: St. Joseph is the secret weapon the Church and society needs

Ever heard of a Consecration to St. Joseph? Neither did Father Donald Calloway, MIC. So, he decided to do something about it. In his groundbreaking new book, Consecration to St. […]

Keep it simple: Lenten giving made easy

We have officially entered the season of Lent, which can only mean one thing: For the next 40 days, willful suffering, deprivation and self-denial are the name of the game. […]

Archbishop to new transitional deacons: Look to the examples of Sts. Peter and Joseph

On Feb. 22, the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila ordained six men to the transitional diaconate during a Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of […]

Death penalty repeal passes in House, bill now awaits governor’s signature

The Colorado House of Representatives passed a bill to repeal the death penalty in Colorado Feb. 26, after five previous attempts failed over the last decade. All that remains is […]

Pray and fast for sexual abuse survivors during first Friday of Lent

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila is inviting all clergy and the laity of the Archdiocese of Denver to offer prayers and fasting for survivors of sexual abuse on the first Friday […]

Finding renewal in a grumbling stomach

One interesting thing about liturgical seasons in the Church is that despite the fact they happen at roughly the same time every year, they still manage to sneak up on […]

Archbishop Aquila on ad limina visit, Pope Francis and more

During his ad limina visit Feb. 10-15, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila was granted an audience with Pope Francis for over two hours where they discussed several topics pertinent to the Church today. […]


Haven’t signed to get the late-term abortion ban on the ballot? Now’s your chance

If you haven’t had a chance to sign the petition to get Initiative 120 on the ballot this year, the deadline to sign is this weekend! Initiative 120 is a […]