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WATCH: Catholic education is More Than You Realize

While we’ve made education more complicated and more expensive, have we remembered to ask the most fundamental questions? What should go on there? What is it for? Watch the video […]

Monsignor Michael Glenn remained a ‘priest to the end’ in battle with cancer

Monsignor Michael Glenn, former rector of St. John Vianney Theological Seminary and beloved pastor of three parishes on the western slope, died Friday, March 1, after being diagnosed with brain […]

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WATCH: Archdiocese of Denver announces steps to support survivors of childhood sexual abuse

Archbishop Samuel. J Aquila, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and former Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman speak at a Feb. 19 press conference.

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Read Archbishop Aquila’s letter opposing Colorado House Bill 1032

Dear brothers and sisters, This Sunday marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week. This is an annual, national celebration when we celebrate the great gift of Catholic education to our […]

Year in Review 2018: Proud to be a Denver Catholic

It’s evident with the many happenings in the Archdiocese of Denver that the New Evangelization is alive and well here in the Mile-High City — a call heeded by the […]

Christmas is More Than You Realize

Ah, Christmastime. The perfect occasion to come together with family and celebrate the birth of our savior with lots of prayer, fellowship, food and conversation. That last one comes with […]

Where to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe this year

Below is a list of parish events happening around the archdiocese to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec. 12. Parish-Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe: 1209 W […]

Join local Catholic nonprofits in #GivingTuesday movement

‘Tis the season to do good, but especially on Giving Tuesday. Americans are more generous than ever, according to a report by Giving USA, especially on Giving Tuesday, an online […]

Some fun facts about Black Catholic History Month

The Church has designated November as Black Catholic History Month since 1990 when the National Black Clergy Caucus of the United States instigated it.  November seemed appropriate because it holds […]

Synod: Topics from the final document on young people

After intense days of dialogue and discussion among bishops and invited young people, the Synod on young people, the faith and vocational discernment came to a close in Rome on […]

Archbishop Chaput issues response to Denver and Philadelphia news reports

This week, newspapers in Philadelphia and Denver reported on a situation that occurred in St. John Vianney Theological Seminary roughly 15 years ago and was reported to the archdiocese in […]