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WATCH: St. John the Baptist in Longmont reaches out to parishioners in quarantine

Fox 31 (KDVR) recently featured St. John the Baptist Parish in Longmont, which is finding creative ways to reach out to their parishioners while confined at home. Read the full […]

Full transcript of Pope Francis’ Urbi et Orbi blessing amid coronavirus pandemic

Below is the full text of Pope Francis’ Urbi et Ordi blessing delivered on March 27, during which he prayed for an end to the coronavirus pandemic. “When evening had […]

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Pray with Pope Francis on March 27

On Friday, March 27, at 11 a.m. Mountain Time, Pope Francis is inviting the global Church to join him in prayer for an end to the coronavirus pandemic and the […]

Bella launches telemedicine and drive-thru clinic for potential COVID-19 patients

Bella Health & Wellness, formerly Bella Natural Women’s Care & Family Wellness, has launched telemedicine appointments and a drive-thru clinic for patients who are experiencing cough, congestion, sore throat, fever, […]

Join Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila in praying a 9-day Novena to Our Lady of Monte Berico

Join Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and the Archdiocese of Denver in praying a 9-day Novena to Our Lady of Monte Berico, the intercessor in moments of plague. A new video […]

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Colorado dioceses cancel all Masses until further notice

The bishops of Colorado have unanimously agreed to suspend the public celebration of the Mass in Colorado until further notice, effective March 13. Parishes will remain open. All pastors have […]

Meet Denver’s six new transitional deacons

Deacon John Croghan Deacon John Croghan grew up on a farm near Hudson, Colo. He was one of seven children, and he remembers being outside a lot with his brothers […]

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Q&A: Deacon Rob Lanciotti, former CDC virologist, shares coronavirus tips

Deacon Rob Lanciotti of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Fort Collins holds a doctoral degree in Microbiology and was employed as a virologist for the Centers for Disease Control & […]

Coronavirus: Spiritual Resources

With confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) now in multiple regions of Colorado and the Governor declaring a State of Emergency, the Archdiocese is asking our parishes, schools, clergy and parishioners […]

Q&A: How to maintain your faith during these challenging times

The challenges the Church faces today come not only from the surrounding culture that is increasingly hostile to it, but also from within. The sexual abuse crisis and the present […]

What’s an ‘ad limina’ visit? Here are 8 things you need to know

On Feb. 10-15, bishops from Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico will travel to Rome for their “ad limina” visits. Here’s a few things to know: What is an […]