Julie Filby

Julie Filby

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Charities’ gala breaks records

Some 1,000 people attended the Beacon of Hope gala Jan. 31 at Wings Over the Rockies, raising more than $700,000 for Lighthouse Women’s Center and other women’s services run by […]

Physician-assisted suicide fast-tracked

A bill seeking to legalize physician-assisted suicide introduced at the Colorado State Legislature Jan. 27 is being rushed through the legislative process. House Bill 1135, which will be heard in […]

Lecture: Raising ‘kingdom builders’

Genie and Frank Summers saw themselves as up-and-comers in Abbeville, La., in 1973. They had the right education, lived in the right neighborhood, and worked at the right jobs: Frank […]

A harvest from the heart

When Chandra Starr, 14, launched a campaign to raise $10,000 for those in need, she not only wanted to feed them, she wanted to provide them with something that’s considered […]

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Love for teaching remains strong in longtime educators

Catholic Schools Week is recognized nationally Jan. 25-31. Several teachers are being honored this year for anniversaries in Catholic education. The following teachers and administrators are the most tenured in […]

Church centralizes fundraising efforts to better serve donors

The Catholic Foundation of Northern Colorado (TCF) has taken a new approach to help advance the mission of the Church by centralizing development and fundraising personnel of several ministries into […]

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Video: ’30 Hours’ with Veyda

When doctors told Hayley and Trevor Lamoureux halfway through their pregnancy their baby had a life-threatening kidney disease, they asked: “What if?” What if their daughter beat the odds? What […]

Doctor-prescribed suicide goes against human nature, expert says

A person doesn’t have to be religious to know that doctor-prescribed suicide and euthanasia are wrong; because the natural law, the innate knowledge of right and wrong, says it is. […]

Father vows to save children after losing his own

Jason Jones had just celebrated his 17th birthday in 1988 when his girlfriend told him she was pregnant. “When she told me, we didn’t discuss abortion, it wasn’t even an […]

Cardinal Stafford leads crucifix restoration in Rome

After receiving inspiration from an aged crucifix, Cardinal J. Francis Stafford, archbishop of Denver from 1986 to 1996 who now resides in Rome, commissioned it to be restored as a […]

Top Vatican Official: Washington, NYC likely stops on papal trip

Although it’s still not official, the Vatican’s Secretary of State confirmed today that Pope Francis will most likely visit Washington D.C. and New York during his visit to the United […]

Editor’s picks: Bests and firsts

Below are some of the milestones, events and all-around good news that the staff of the Denver Catholic Register considered among “Bests and firsts” of the year. – Seminarians now […]