Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Managing Editor

Aaron is the managing editor for the Denver Catholic and communications manager for the Archdiocese of Denver. He was born and raised Christian and entered the Catholic Church on Easter of 2015. He graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a bachelor's degree in Convergent Journalism, and enjoys writing about music in addition to matters relating to the Church. In his free time, you can catch him spending time with his wife and kids, jamming music through some headphones, writing, reading or playing drums.

How one Denver parish is making disciples

It was one of Christ’s chief commands to his apostles: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations…” (Mt 28:19). Unfortunately, the Catholic Church has lost its way in some […]

Attollo seeks to close the divide between the office and the pew

Paul Winkler lived what one would call a successful life – he enjoyed a great career working in corporate America, had four kids and raised a wonderful Catholic family. But […]

Invest in Cathedral’s future, pastor urges

Of the spires atop the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Cardinal J. Francis Stafford once described them as two exclamation points of faith in the heart of Denver. Presently, […]

‘Forgive me Father, I have a tattoo.’ ‘Hey, so do I!’

“…You know that’s permanent, right?” So goes one of an array of responses when a discerning young person tells their parents they want to get a tattoo. “Why would you […]

Marriage need a pick-me-up? Go to these retreats.

Marriage is a beautiful vocation full of some the greatest joys in life, but let’s face it: it’s easy to get caught up in the monotony of life and let […]

91-year-old priest remembered for stoutheartedness, faithfulness

Monsignor Edward Madden, who celebrated his 65th anniversary as a priest this year, died Aug. 23 at Mullen Home. He was 91 years old. The longtime priest of the Archdiocese […]

Religious freedom defended at third Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast

The plight of Christians in the Middle East was heard loud and clear at the third annual Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast, hosted by St. Rafka’s Maronite Catholic Church and Father Andre […]

Walk for a neighbor in need

Founded in France in the mid-1800s, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been humbly serving the poor and needy for almost 200 years – yet few people are […]

Bell rings for first time at Frassati Catholic Academy

An air of anticipation and excitement greeted the students and parents who walked through the newly-opened doors of Frassati Catholic Academy for the first day of school Aug. 21. The […]

Frassati Sports camp: Training for Heaven

“We must remember we are training for Heaven!” the kids at Frassati Sports Camp shout before charging into the day’s first session. The summer sports camp is part of Frassati […]

Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay: How one same-sex attracted man discovered true joy

The world we live in is a confusing place, especially when it comes to matters of sexuality. The sexual revolution that began in the 1960s has been fully realized in […]

Regina Caeli Clinical Services renamed Sacred Heart Counseling

Regina Caeli Clinical Services, a Catholic counseling clinic housed under Catholic Charities, is being renamed Sacred Heart Counseling. The name change will occur Sept. 1 coincides with the relocation of […]