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Rocio Madera

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Catholic high school seniors remain positive amid ‘roller-coaster’ school year

Senior year is supposed to be the best year of a high schooler’s education. Who knew that in 2020, it would also be the weirdest? The coronavirus pandemic has forced […]

Catholic school students get surprise call from Bishop Barron

Last week, local Catholic school students got the surprise of a lifetime. Over the past few weeks, Sister Mary Louise, religion teacher at Sts. Peter & Paul STEM School has […]

‘An act of love’: Local Catholics sew masks for frontline workers

The COVID-19 pandemic has made wearing a face mask an essential and normal part of everyone’s life. In April, the CDC began recommending that everyone wear a cloth mask in […]

You can help form the future generation of Catholic leaders

The annual Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal (ACA) is the primary source of funding for many offices, parishes, and ministries from the Archdiocese of Denver. It benefits and provides services to not […]

Legislative update: Initiative 120 may still need more signatures, death penalty repealed

Over the last several months, the Colorado pro-life community has been asked to help change abortion laws in Colorado by signing ballot initiative 120, which would prohibit abortions after 22 […]

Historic Denver church is the ‘heart of the city’

In the heart of the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver is St. Elizabeth of Hungary, one of the city’s most iconic churches. It is not uncommon to see believers and […]

Simple ways to deal with coronavirus (COVID-19) anxiety

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues its global spread and the number of cases continues to increase, anxiety related to the outbreak is also on the rise. Although feeling anxiety in […]

Denver mayor surprises Catholic school students for Black History Month presentation

On Monday, February 24, Christ the King Roman Catholic School in Denver held their first Black History Month celebration, and among the special guests was the Denver’s own Mayor Michael […]

Make sure your kids aren’t caught bored this summer

Although our wonderful state continues to surprise us with snow days and low temperatures, summer fun is closer than you think and registration for summer activities has begun. It’s not […]

Knights of Columbus Fish Fry Fridays are back

Lent is just around the corner, which can mean only one thing: Knights of Columbus Fish Fry Fridays are back. For a full list of local Knights fish fry’s, scroll […]

Go to a Nuggets game, help a school in need

For the sixth year in a row, the Denver Nuggets are hosting Catholic Families Night at the Pepsi Center on Sunday, March 1, where they will face-off against the defending […]

Pro-lifers invited to rally and rosary before hearing for abortion bills Feb. 11

All are invited to join the fight to protect unborn and newborn babies at a rally and press conference before the committee hearing for the Born Alive After Abortion Bill […]