Julie Filby

Julie Filby


Gravity helped astronomer fall into vocation

When heading off to college, Vatican astronomer, Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno, struggled with picking a major. “When I was a freshman, I had no idea what I wanted to study. […]

Most believe marriage makes them a better person

The majority of the 2,558 Catholics that responded to a questionnaire conducted by the Archdiocese of Denver indicate they pray regularly, say they would like to hear more homilies on […]

A penny saved is a penny discerned

Kelly Fry had a tradition with her grandparents while growing up in Denver. Whenever they came to visit, they would bring her a mason jar filled with pennies. She and […]

Be like St. Joseph, the strong silent type

Men described as the strong silent type have a role model in St. Joseph, sometimes referred to as “Joseph the Silent.” “The Gospels tell us very little about St. Joseph […]

Loretto Sister Dunphy served 66 years

Colorado native Sister Carol Dunphy, 92, a Sister of Loretto at the Foot of the Cross for 66 years, died Feb. 19 at the order’s motherhouse in Nerinx, Ky. Sister […]

Growth, innovation top priorities for superintendent

An educator who started his career teaching at Bishop Machebeuf High School 10 years ago is making his way back to Denver to serve as superintendent of the Archdiocese of […]

Give up radio?

During Lent, many Catholics aim to increase their time in silent prayer and reflection leading up to Easter Sunday. Because silence can be one of the hardest things to come […]

Deacons spend time with archbishop

At an annual all-day meeting with deacons of the Archdiocese of Denver, Archbishop Samuel Aquila highlighted the importance of their responsibilities during Mass. “It is my desire to see every one […]

Neighborhood hospital opening in north metro area

Centura Health will open its new $177 million St. Anthony North Health Campus in Westminster March 3. The 350,000-foot facility, designed and built with an emphasis on wellness, prevention and […]

Faith of old can fuel faith of today

While many recognize the name of Bishop Joseph Machebeuf, Colorado’s pioneer shepherd, author Emily Stimpson recently shared why he is one of her favorites when it comes to the history […]

Online questionnaire available till March 2

The team at the Archdiocese of Denver that developed an online questionnaire to help bishops prepare for the October synod on the family has been pleased with the responses received […]

Pro-life student club picked as ‘Group of the Year’

When one of Mary Montoya’s teachers returned from the March for Life in Washington, D.C. last year, Montoya asked her what she did while in D.C. “No one had ever […]