Karna Lozoya

Karna Lozoya

Director of Communications

Good news for families seeking a Catholic education

For families who would like to send their children to Catholic schools, but for whom it doesn’t seem like a financially viable option, Superintendent of Catholic Schools Elias Moo has […]

Why we don’t pray

It’s Lent, which means it’s time to intensify our prayer lives. As good Catholics, we know we should pray, yet we often find ourselves simply not praying. Sure, we throw […]

How to live Lent, according to the Catechism

If there’s one thing we think we know about Lent, it’s that we’re supposed to “give something up.” We’re not sure why, but we pick something we like to indulge […]

Augustine Institute launches short courses for busy people

The Augustine Institute wants 2018 to be the year you take your knowledge of the richness of the Catholic faith to the next level, and they aren’t going to let […]

Denver bishops: mass shootings a “cancer” on society

The bishops of the Archdiocese of Denver are calling the rash of mass shootings that have taken place in the United States in recent years a “cancer” on society. En […]

Douglas County elections heat up over school choice

Few issues worry parents more than the quality of education available to their children, which is why school choice is a hot-button, emotional issue for many voters. This fall, the […]

Archdiocese unified in consecration to Immaculate Heart

The air of the Archdiocese of Denver will be thick with prayer this Friday, Oct. 13, at 8:45 p.m. That is when Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila will lead thousands of […]

Archbishop welcomes change to “burdensome” HHS mandate

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver called the new exemptions announced by the Trump administration Friday to the Health and Human Services contraceptive mandate “welcome news.” “The HHS Mandate has […]

Lessons in Hope: the final panel of the ‘John Paul II Triptych’

A triptych is a picture, or more commonly an altarpiece, that appears on three panels, though meant to be understood as a single composition. The term can also be applied […]

Getting to know Mary, Our Mother

Leading up to the Oct. 13 consecration of the Archdiocese of Denver to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the archdiocese will release a series of five videos called Marian Moments, […]

Is your cross getting a little heavy?

There is no aspect of the Christian life more difficult to understand (and to accept lovingly and with joy) than the role of the cross in our salvation. On Sept. […]

Archdiocese of Denver bishops lend support to DACA

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and Auxiliary Bishop Jorge H. Rodriguez released a statement Friday urging the Catholics of northern Colorado to support through action and prayer the Deferred Action for […]