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Build family, think adventure!

Luke Hlavin is the Assistant Camp Director for Annunciation Heights. Adventure. Faith. Fun. These three words are at the core of the Annunciation Heights mission.  And this summer, more than […]

Catholic moral wisdom in the time of COVID-19

Joshua Evans, Ph.D, is an Assistant Professor of Health Care Ethics at Regis University in Denver. In the recent weeks we have seen a beautiful flowering of support for the […]

Marriage matters: Three verbs to strengthen your marriage

Steve and Bridget Patton hold master’s degrees in theology and counseling and serve as family life ministers for the Diocese of Sacramento. Calamities can bring out the best and the […]

Retreat at Home: Take a Gratitude Walk

Veronica Szczygiel is the Assistant Director of Online Learning at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. In times of trouble, our hearts long for peace and turn to God. One […]


Priests Without People

Fr. Paul D. Scalia is a priest of the Diocese of Arlington, VA, where he serves as Episcopal Vicar for Clergy. The priest came in…and took out the altar stone […]

Easter lesson for kids at 375º

Michelle DiFranco is a designer and the busy mom of three children.  My daughter once asked me, “Mom, what is the best thing that’s ever happened to you?” I immediately […]

Ten Things to do with your Kid(s) during Quarantine from Annunciation Heights 

Kyle Mills is the CEO and Executive Director of Annunciation Heights Youth and Family Camp in Estes Park. Our mission at Annunciation Heights is to serve youth and families.  It’s a […]

What are the preeminent life issues?

By Father Luis Granados, dcjm As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Evangelium Vitae, an old question reappears in our conversations: Can we still talk about preeminent life issues? Are […]

The Gospel of God’s love for man and the dignity of the human person

By Father Angel Perez-Lopez As we celebrate the anniversary of St. John Paul II’s encyclical Evangelium Vitae (EV), we must acknowledge the many challenges present in our culture that undermine […]


Deacon Lanciotti: Data shows no Masses could have positive effect in spread of COVID-19

Deacon Rob Lanciotti is a permanent deacon at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Fort Collins and holds a doctoral degree in Microbiology. He was employed as a virologist for the […]


St. Joseph is the great exemplar of Lenten virtues

Father Roger J. Landry is the national chaplain for Catholic Voices USA and a priest of the Diocese of Fall River. Like most Christians throughout the first 1,400 years of […]


Letter: The facts about late-term abortion and initiative 120

In their Dec. 6 editorial, the Denver Post asks Coloradans not to sign petitions currently circulating to place a late abortion ban on the 2020 ballot (Initiative 120). In their […]