Moira Cullings

Moira Cullings

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Saints come alive at ‘Night at the Cemetery’

“Night at the Cemetery” will take place at Mount Olivet in Wheat Ridge on Oct. 25, 2019 from 7-9 p.m., for middle and high school school students. Each night, attendees […]

Longmont parish hopes to ‘bring people back into the Catholic faith’ with new church building

In his 15 years as pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Father Frank Maroney has been struck by the potential of the growing Longmont community. “There is close […]

The Sistine Chapel comes to Stanley Marketplace

Colorado residents will have an opportunity to gaze upon Michelangelo’s famous works of art — right in their own backyard. The Sistine Chapel exhibit, coming to the Hangar at Stanley […]

First eighth grade class graduates from Escuela de Guadalupe

Before she passed away in 2012, Sister Susan Swain, one of the founders of Escuela de Guadalupe, gave a video interview where she explained her dreams for the school. One […]

Holy Family in Keenesburg celebrates a century

After 100 years, the tight-knit, diverse community at Holy Family Catholic Church in Keenesburg is still going strong. “It’s a sign for the Church,” said Father Carlos Bello-Ayala, pastor of […]

‘Julia’s canoe’ fills with prayer intentions

Julia Greeley’s selfless life has captured the attention of Catholics around the world. Many believe the former slave and now Servant of God who spent her life serving others is […]

Annunciation fifth graders write, illustrate children’s book about Julia Greeley

When members of the Julia Greeley Guild visited the fifth-grade class at Annunciation Catholic School in Denver, they mentioned their hope of someone writing a children’s book about Julia. “They […]

Part-timers, world travelers influence mountain parish life

As the winter season winds down in Colorado’s mountain towns, Catholic churches deep in the Rockies will look a little different during weekend Masses. This time period, known by locals […]

Business transforms sacramental dresses for the next generation

When Lauren Forthofer managed a bridal store, she often noticed mothers and grandmothers wishing their daughters and granddaughters would wear their own wedding dress instead of one from the store. […]

Young adults invited to service opportunity at Steubenville of the Rockies

The Office of Evangelization and Family Life Ministries is seeking young adults for a volunteer opportunity during the annual Steubenville of the Rockies conference this June. “This is a way […]

Bishop Machebeuf’s ‘Shut Down for Service’ day enriches community

Every year, students at Bishop Machebeuf High School take a break from classes to go out and serve their community for an entire day. Known as “Shut Down for Service” […]

A home for our fathers: Prophet Elijah House officially opened for retired priests

Life is coming full circle for several retired priests in the Archdiocese of Denver. “This is a coming home for our priests,” Deacon Mark Wolbach told a crowd of more […]