Denver Catholic Staff


Disciples among us

At the heart of Christianity lies the call to become disciples. Discipleship doesn’t need to be glamorous or extravagant; oftentimes, true discipleship comes in the form of humble service and […]

Recipes for Christmas

Looking for a new festive snack to try this year? We’ve got you covered! Here are three of our favorite, easy-to-make recipes as chosen and shared by some of our […]

Christmas is More Than You Realize

Ah, Christmastime. The perfect occasion to come together with family  – either in-person in a non-pandemic world or over Zoom in its current state – and celebrate the birth of […]

Preparing your Home and Heart for the Advent Season

The Advent season is a time of preparation for our hearts and minds for the Lord’s birth on Christmas.  It extends over the four Sundays before Christmas.  Try some of […]

Denver Catholic’s 2020 Christmas gift guide

If you’re anything like us, then you can hardly believe we’re just slightly over a month away from Christmas. Although many of us have hardly left our homes this year […]

Local parishes lend a helping hand in times of need and crisis

There is no doubt that it is more rewarding to give than to receive; to help than to be helped. Reaching out and helping others not only changes the life of those who receive the […]

Student winners of first annual Cabrini Day Art Contest announced

The Office of Catholic Schools announced the winners of their first annual Cabrini Day Art Contest on Nov. 13, which is Mother Cabrini’s Feast Day.  Entries were submitted from Catholic schools […]


Why Christians need to talk about religion & politics

There are two things you can’t talk about in public…and the consequences of our silence are real. Learn how this happened and why we need a new approach. We need […]

LISTEN: Archbishop Aquila talks Prop 115 on The Dan Caplis Show

Yesterday, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila appeared on The Dan Caplis Show on 630 KHOW to discuss why people need to vote “YES” on Proposition 115 and help ban late-term abortion […]

Two Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity celebrate anniversaries

This year, the Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity (Marycrest) are celebrating the 40th jubilee of Sister Leandra Schaller and the anniversary of Sister Alicia Cuarón taking […]

The Liturgy of the Word: The Lord speaks to his people

This article is the third in a series the Denver Catholic staff created to help the faithful return to Mass in a deeper way than ever before after an extended […]

Deacon William McClellan led a fruitful life of service and ministry to the disabled

Deacon  William (Bill) McClellan passed away July 8 at the age of 86.  Ordained in Peoria, Ill., he was incardinated into the Archdiocese of Denver in 1992, where he spent […]