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Diamond in the rough: Priests find faith and vocations at CU Boulder

While known to some for its party culture, multiple Denver priests think of the University of Colorado in Boulder as a turning point in...

Servant of God Michelle Duppong’s Colorado roots grow to potential sainthood

“Jesus, I not only want to be a Saint, but I want to be a great Saint that leads others to You all for...

Five local Catholic podcasts with a global reach

While Denver is home to many new apostolates in the New Evangelization, it’s not surprising that it’s also home to several podcasts striving to...

Young adult event seeks to bridge English and Spanish-speaking communities

More than half of the Archdiocese of Denver is Hispanic, but the reality is that many young adult Catholic events in Denver do not...

Catholic Charities’ Kinship ministry serves grandparents, others cast into parenting roles

Every month, a Catholic Charities program called Kinship Caregivers serves over 60 families where the primary caregiver is not the child’s parent, but another...

Local artists choose life in pro-life art show

For someone who’s always been in love with art, it’s not surprising that Brett Lempe first encountered God through beauty. Lempe, a 25-year-old Colorado...

A bold step for priestly formation, and now a leader in the New Evangelization

In 1994, the seminary in Denver, St. Thomas Seminary, closed its doors. St. John Vianney Theological Seminary opened five years later after a prophetic...

Machebeuf basketball star traded success playing hoops for a solitary life of prayer

Shelly Pennefather led the Bishop Machebeuf High School girls’ basketball team to victory in every game she played in. It was not surprising to...

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