Moira Cullings

Moira Cullings

Columnist

‘How Would Jesus Drive?’ and other outside-the-box gifts

The Christmas season is an enchanting time to be with family and friends and grow closer to Christ. But sometimes, finding the perfect Christmas gift for the loved ones in […]

Denver deacon recounts miraculous story of surviving the Holocaust

Witold Engel was living his Catholic faith at the age of nine years old in a place no one could ever imagine — Auschwitz concentration camp. As a prisoner during […]

15,000 babies saved since 40 Days for Life began

A few years ago at a 40 Days for Life prayer vigil in Madison, Wisconsin, Steve Karlen met a man passing by the abortion clinic who stopped when he noticed […]

Youth break from phones during Offline October

Students across northern Colorado were tired of having to constantly check their smart phones for texts and notifications. They knew the negative effects that can come from too much time […]

Saints come alive at ‘Night at the Cemetery’

“Night at the Cemetery” will take place at Mount Olivet in Wheat Ridge Oct. 18 and 25 from 6-8 p.m. for middle school students, and Oct. 20 and 27 from […]

‘Church on the hill’ breaks ground on new sanctuary

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (SEAS) in Fort Collins is known around town as the ‘Church on the hill.’ “It’s the easiest way to explain where to find us,” said Vanessa […]

Local Church leaders work to recapture the millennial generation

According to a Pew Research Center study, 58 percent of younger millennials who are Catholic believe in God, 86 percent believe in heaven and 41 percent pray at least daily. […]

Archdiocesan Housing lends helping hand to people from all walks of life

Six months after Christina moved to Denver, she received an unpleasant, life-changing surprise. Her rent jumped from $675 to $1,000 at the end of her lease. With her job as […]

Meet the soon-to-be saints Pope Francis will canonize this October

Pope Francis will canonize seven people on Oct. 14 during the Synod of Bishops on Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment. The list includes one pope, a lay man, […]

The battle for life

In an increasingly secular society, Catholics are the underdog when it comes to fighting for life issues. But Father Luis Granados reminds us we have a very important weapon. “We […]

Denver seminaries lead the charge with ‘rigorous’ screening process designed to form healthy priests

Amid this current crisis in the Church, many are wondering about their own dioceses and the steps taken to ensure such a crisis doesn’t unfold in their own backyard. Here […]

Growing numbers spark expansion at Our Lady of the Valley

In the 1970s, Windsor’s small community of Catholic believers gathered in an unlikely setting. “We used to meet over a laundromat downtown,” said Father Gregg Pederson. The community, which had […]