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Led by the Spirit: An Intro to the Diocesan Phase of the Synod on Synodality

In March 2020, the Vatican announced that the next Synod of Bishops, scheduled for October 2023, would be a Synod on Synodality with a...

The 2021 Denver Catholic Holiday Gift Guide 

Can you believe it’s almost Christmas already? It seems like 2021 has slowly passed by as quickly as 2020 came and went. While the...

Archbishop Aquila decries church vandalism in Washington Post op-ed

The following is a brief excerpt from an op-ed penned by Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and Napa Institute co-founder Tim Busch for the Washington...

Pray for an end to Roe v. Wade at national prayer event

The U.S Supreme Court will soon hear a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade and mark a critical victory against the ongoing scourge of...

Father Regis Scanlon, O.F.M.Cap., dies after long illness

Father Regis Paul Scanlon, O.F.M.Cap., 78, internationally-known defender of the Catholic faith and locally-loved defender of the poor and marginalized, died at Porter Adventist...

Friends of St. Andrew soup kitchen celebrates 35 years of ministry, featured in Aurora Sentinel

For 35 years, the Friends of St. Andrew soup kitchen has offered hot meals, food baskets, and other essential services to those in need...

All Saints’ Day not a Holy Day of Obligation in 2021, but go to Mass anyways!

This year, the solemnity of All Saint’s on November 1 will not be a holy day of obligation. Faithful in the United States are...

You’re invited to pray a statewide rosary with Archbishop Aquila on Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m.

Tomorrow, Oct. 7, the Our Lady of Guadalupe Missionary Image will be at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, where Archbishop Samuel J....

Gospel of Life Conference to focus on sex education in public schools

What are students in public schools really being taught about sex? And more importantly, how can parents ensure their child’s innocence is upheld? This year,...

Knights of Columbus raise over $6,000 for local five-year-old girl fighting rare cancer

A five-year-old girl and her family continue to find strength and support amidst a rare cancer diagnosis, this time from the Knights of Columbus. In...

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