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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 […]

Ms. Taylor: St. Louis’ fourth grade founder

The following interview was conducted by the eighth grade class of 2020 at St. Louis Catholic School in Louisville to honor Ms. Lydia Taylor, the school’s beloved fourth grade teacher […]

Working to make our schools safer

By Carol Nesbitt The issue of school safety is always on the minds of parents. Parents want to know that schools have a plan in place for all types of […]

What parents want most from their child’s school — and how Catholic schools fulfill it

By Carol Nesbitt What do parents of school aged kids want most of all from their child’s school? Safety It’s probably first and foremost to know they’re safe — not […]

Make the Word of God a priority in 2020

By Dr. Nicholas Lebish On Sept. 30, 2019, the Holy Father declared that, “the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time is to be devoted to the celebration, study and dissemination of […]


Opinion: There is cause for hope amid dire reports of clergy sexual abuse of minors

By Vincent Carroll This Dec. 13, 2019 opinion column was originally published by the Denver Post. When will it end, many Catholics must wearily wonder. And not only Catholics. Anyone […]

The Little Way of Christmas

Dr. Michel Therrien, STL, STD is the  President of the Preambula Group. For families at Christmas time, the Church’s celebration of the birth of Jesus offers three moments of sublime […]

If you desire to change your life, start with how you give

By Todd Smith We offer gifts to commemorate various milestones and personal achievements in the lives of others. Birthdays, anniversaries, and graduations immediately come to mind. Beyond recognition of special […]

The mystery of the Incarnation: God meeting us where we are

Luke Hlavin is the Director of Programs for Annunciation Heights. “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God. And behold, you will conceive in your womb […]

Cover-ups, transparency, and confidentiality

Father R. Michael Dollins is the Vicar for Clergy for the Archdiocese of Denver. When a priest is absent from a few weekends at a parish, it is natural for […]


Letter to the editor: The big picture on clerical sex abuse in the Church

The following is an unsolicited letter submitted by a reader. As a father of two and a cradle Roman Catholic, I am disgusted with the abuse of children by clergy […]