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Mark Haas

Mark Haas is the Director of Public Relations for the Archdiocese of Denver.

March Madness: Curé d’Ars parishioner officiating on college basketball’s biggest stage

Verne Harris has an NCAA college basketball resume that rivals Mike Krzyzewski or Bob Knight. Six National Championship games, nine Final Fours, and too many...

WATCH: Three Reasons to Attend Mass in Person

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0od1X2nTHw With the announcement that the general dispensation from the Sunday and Holy Day obligation will be lifted on May 23, Father Scott Bailey, pastor...

Former CU football player abandoned his own playbook, followed God’s instead

As a tight end on the University of Colorado football team, Patrick Devenny was never afraid to be public about his Christian faith.  “I was the...

What Colorado’s ‘Stay-at-Home’ order means for parishes

Over the past few weeks, city, county, and state officials have issued public health orders to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. On Thursday, March 26, a...

An Olympian (and Catholic mom) on the transgender threat to women’s sports

The recent Women’s World Cup soccer championship won by the United States National Team put the spotlight on women’s sports, and also issues surrounding...

Archdiocese of Denver’s news publications honored with 15 Catholic Press Awards

Coverage of the More Than You Realize conference and reporting on social justice issues were among the 15 honors the Catholic Press Association awarded...

From Columbine to Christ: “Not only did God lead me out of Columbine, he was leading me to himself.”

Every school day for almost two years, Jenica Thornby would spend her lunch hour in the library at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado....

Colorado editorial boards weigh in on dioceses’ historic agreement with Attorney General

“The Catholic Dioceses of Colorado should have reported to authorities any and all accusations of sexual abuse decades ago, but we must praise the...

Seeking justice, transparency and accountability, archdiocese voluntarily enters agreement with Colorado attorney general

With a desire to “shine the bright light of transparency” on the tragedy of sexual abuse of minors within the Church, Denver Archbishop Samuel...

Christmas homilies help visitors see the Church is ‘a good place to be’

The pews are packed, and the parking lot is like I-25 at rush hour. It’s no secret — Christmas Masses are a bit more...

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