Denver Catholic Staff

Denver Catholic Staff

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Letter: Let this pandemic be a time of change for the world

Dear Editor, I am desperate to get back to “normal.” This has been the most trying time of my life having just returned from maternity leave with my second child […]

Not to be served, but to serve: Honoring our priests for their years of service to the faithful

The Archdiocese of Denver is blessed to have an abundance of great, faithful priests. We honor these men who have served the faithful of the archdiocese and thank them for […]

Join a nationwide rosary to end racism June 24

Join in a nationwide rosary for the end of racism on June 24th at 4 p.m. Pray on your own or join live here: https://www.facebook.com/Rosary-to-End-Racism-113604340386767/

Congratulations, class of 2020!

What a ride it’s been for the class of 2020. Graduation season is here, but it’s probably not what seniors had imagined it would be. The coronavirus pandemic has forced […]

Generous planned gifts help Sterling parish weather COVID-19 crisis

In these remarkable times, we turn to God in prayer for comfort and encouragement. This “pause” we’ve been given has provided us time to reflect on our blessings and the […]

Meet the Archdiocese of Denver’s newest priests 

Even in 2020, men are still courageously answering the call to become priests. On May 16, five men were ordained priests for the Archdiocese of Denver, and while the ceremony […]

Longtime permanent deacon led a fruitful life of ministry

Deacon Ron Ansay passed away Feb. 25 at the Plaza Gardens where he was staying during his illness.  He was 87 years old.  Deacon Ansay was in the first ordination […]

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PHOTOS: Empty churches, full hearts

Holy Week in the Archdiocese of Denver looked a lot different this year than it has in a long time – perhaps ever. While Colorado was under a stay-at-home order […]

What to expect when public Mass resumes

As painful as the decision was to suspend all public Masses in the Archdiocese of Denver, the process was straight-forward and necessary for the common good.  When health restrictions are eased and we are able to start gathering […]

Bishop chairmen urge FDA to develop ethical vaccine for COVID-19

WASHINGTON – Four bishop chairmen of committees for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) have urged Dr. Stephen M. Hahn, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), […]

Organize the day for school-at-home

When you’re teaching at home, you’ll be more successful if you abandon the idea of replicating a regular school day and instead, create an easy-to-learn routine. Imagine the day in blocks, […]

Why do bad things happen to good people?

Father Joe Krupp is a former comedy writer who is now a Catholic priest.  Twitter: @Joeinblack DEAR FATHER JOE: So many good people I know have suffered horribly in the […]