Moira Cullings

Moira Cullings

Columnist

Meet three of the Catholic Church’s newest faithful

As we approach Easter, catechumens and candidates throughout the Archdiocese of Denver are joining or coming back to the Catholic Church. The Denver Catholic spoke with three men and women […]

Vincentians’ face-to-face encounters transform community in need

All it took was just over 500 volunteers to shape the lives of more than 20,000 individuals in need here in Colorado last year. Those served were both families and […]

Sweet victory: Mullen girls basketball takes state title for first time in 13 years

Ranked 14th in the 4A bracket, it was clear the Mullen High School girls basketball team wasn’t favored to win the state championship this past season. The school hadn’t won […]

TeenSTAR helps youth get real about God’s plan for sex

Today’s teens are faced with an influx of messages on a sensitive and often controversial topic — the role of sex in human life. “They are being taught that sex […]

Ahead of competition, Catholic school students look to the stars for inspiration

Sixth grade students at St. Mary Catholic School in Littleton are giving NASA a run for its money. The six boys that make up the Legit LEGO Lions, a team […]

Adopt-a-Student program changes family’s life

When Colin and Maria Coleman moved to the United States, they were certain of one thing. “We really wanted our child to attend a Catholic school,” said Maria, “but found […]

Samaritan House, Denver Rescue Mission team up to shelter homeless during blizzard

When a massive snowstorm ripped through Denver on March 13, residents took shelter in their homes, keeping warm and avoiding the dangerous conditions outside. Those who didn’t have that luxury […]

‘Ambitious’ capital campaign to shape Church’s future in Fort Collins and beyond

During his first year of theology in the seminary, Father Rocco Porter was gifted with a special task during Pope John Paul II’s visit to Denver for World Youth Day. […]

From ashes to Easter: Five tidbits about the Lenten season

Lent is full of traditions that remind us of our mortality and give us hope for our salvation. Dive deeper into the significance and fun facts of this season and […]

Church revamp a ‘breathtaking’ gift for parishioners

Drivers who pass by St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Denver at night are in for a treat, according to Tony Johnson, Office Manager at the parish. “When the […]

‘All means all’

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Denver are walking the walk when it comes to the Church’s outspoken compassion for people with special needs and learning differences. “The Catholic Church […]

Once students, now staff members

When Katie Weaver started teaching third grade at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School, one of the strangest adjustments she had to make was her interactions with fellow staff members. […]