Aaron Lambert

Aaron Lambert

Managing Editor

Aaron is the Managing Editor for the Denver Catholic.

Bishop Machebeuf High School to launch new integrated curriculum

Important changes are coming to Bishop Machebeuf High School; changes that will secure the 62-year-old institution as a staple of Catholic education for years to come. Beginning in the fall […]

Death penalty repeal passes in Senate, clearing major hurdle to becoming law

A bill to abolish the death penalty in Colorado passed in the Senate Jan. 31, making a passing vote in the House the final hurdle to a repeal being signed […]

Bishop Rodriguez testifies in debate to repeal death penalty in Colorado

The Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee voted Jan. 27 to advance a bill to repeal the death penalty in Colorado in a 3-2 decision. Among the many who testified in the […]

Denver Catholic’s top 20 most popular stories of 2019

As we come to the end of 2019, we thought it would be interesting to take a look back at the year and see what our top 20 most popular […]

A Catholic’s guide to Star Wars

“A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…” These words flash in blue across the screen, and the epic John Williams score echoes, almost instinctively, in the mind […]

Students surprise Longmont principal with her own graduation ceremony

Kemmery Hill has been working hard over the past four years to earn her Doctor of Education degree from the University of Massachusetts, all while serving as principal of St. […]

Alex, I’ll take perks of a Catholic education for $500

Answer: School where Jeopardy contestant Stephanie Sumulong teaches middle school social studies. Question: What is St. John the Evangelist Catholic School in Loveland? Correct! On Tuesday, Dec. 3, Sumulong appeared […]

Spreading hope and mercy to the persecuted Christians of Lebanon

One local apostolate hopes to use the good cheer of the Christmas season to aid persecuted Christians in the Middle East. Beginning Dec. 14, St. Rafka’s Mission of Hope and […]

Joyful Expectation: In Advent, be intentional about waiting

It’s been said in recent years that roughly 60 percent of news readers only read headlines. That means that for every four of you reading this, six others glanced at […]

Saints in the making

At other schools, Nov. 1 was likely just another Friday for students. At Denver’s Catholic schools, however, it wasn’t just Friday – it was All Saints’ Day. On this special […]

What is the Dallas Charter?

In 2002, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) instituted the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, more commonly known as the Dallas Charter. In it, […]


The shock of forgiveness

Every so often, the media will pick up a story that serves as a potent reminder of what it means to be a Christian. That’s because living as a Christian […]