Denver Catholic Staff

Denver Catholic Staff


Denver bishops begin week of ‘intensified prayer and fasting’ before General Assembly

The bishops of the Archdiocese of Denver announced this weekend that they will participate in a nation-wide week of “intensified prayer and fasting” beginning on Monday, Nov. 5, to prepare […]

Ballot Proposals: Making an informed vote

Amendment A Amendment A would repeal a constitutional exception on the ban of slavery that allowed for slavery and involuntary servitude as punishment for a crime. In other words, in […]

Seeds of Hope, Catholic schools to host “2018-19 Around the AoD Tour”

Seeds of Hope, in conjunction with Archdiocese of Denver Catholic schools, will present the 2018-19 Around the Archdiocese of Denver (AoD) Tour, hosting open-to-the-public school tours at each of the […]

School scholarships continue legacies, support Catholic education

With school back in session, Catholic schools are beginning to grant scholarships and provide tuition assistance for well-deserved students enrolled in the upcoming school year. St. Vincent de Paul School […]

A Solemn Promise: Archbishop Aquila launches comprehensive webpage to speak to the people of northern Colorado

The Archdiocese of Denver has launched a webpage at the request of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila in an effort to be as transparent as possible about its handling, prevention, and response […]

AUDIO: Vicar General interviewed by Colorado Public Radio on abuse scandal

Earlier this week, Colorado Public Radio interviewed Father Randy Dollins, Vicar General for the Archdiocese of Denver, about the revelations of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report, Archbishop Aquila’s support for […]

Archbishop Aquila supports USCCB Executive Committee’s call for independent investigation

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila has issued the following letter expressing his support for USCCB President Cardinal Daniel DiNardo’s and the Executive Committee’s call for an independent investigation in the wake […]


This document is provided to answer questions about how the Archdiocese of Denver handles misconduct and/or abuse of power by members of the clergy, i.e., Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. […]

Sister Alicia V. Cuarón Education Fund honors CSJD’s Family Services program

In April 2018, Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA) and Boston College’s Center for Social Innovation identified Centro San Juan Diego as one of 64 “innovative and solutions-oriented […]

Read Archbishop Aquila’s letter in response to the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report

The following letter written by Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila in response to the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report was read at all weekend Masses Aug. 17-18. 18 August 2018 My dear […]

Past 25 years remembered, next 25 anticipated at More Than You Realize conference

“Be not afraid!” This was the rallying cry at the Aug. 11 More Than You Realize conference, echoing the very same call St. John Paul II gave exactly 25 years […]

Denver Catholic readers share stories from WYD ‘93

“I was very young during World Youth Day 93 — maybe five or six years old. I lived in a neighborhood adjacent to Cherry Creek State Park and remember the […]