Vladimir Mauricio-Perez

Vladimir Mauricio-Perez

Editor of El Pueblo Católico

Vladimir is the editor of El Pueblo Católico and a contributing writer for Denver Catholic.

Not simply ‘pro-birth’: How the Church cares for life from conception to natural death

As Coloradoans prepare to vote to end late-term abortion in the state on Nov. 3, claims of the Catholic Church only being “pro-birth” and not actually pro-life are beginning to […]

“I was thinking, ‘They’re going to kill us.’”

Juan Pablo Galviz lied wide awake on his bed in the early hours of the morning, listening to every sound on the nearby street. He couldn’t remember how many days […]

Why is devotion to Mary important?

This question may seem difficult to answer, but its answer is actually quite simple: because God willed it. We may ask why God would want us to have a relationship […]

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Livestream the World Day of Migrants and Refugees Mass Sept. 27

Due to the numerous difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis has decided to dedicate the World Day of Migrants and Refugees to the “the drama experienced by internally […]

‘Behold, the Lamb of God’: Liturgy of the Eucharist

This article is the fourth in a series to help the faithful experience Mass in a deeper way than ever before. Click the links below to read the other parts, […]

Fort Collins parish dedicates long-awaited new church building

“We need tangible things that help us touch the invisible:” This is what guided Father Joseph Toledo in his vision for constructing a church building especially devoted to the worship […]

Denver parishes redouble efforts to provide food for those in need

Parishes in the Archdiocese of Denver haven’t kept their arms crossed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it be by collecting food or hosting food banks and sandwich lines, many of […]

Northern Colorado’s Chesterton Academy to offer free tuition this fall

The Chesterton Academy of John Paul II in Windsor announced that, as a result of great generosity from anonymous donors, tuition for the 2020 – 2021 school year will be […]

Deacons continue to innovatively serve God’s people

Our eyes may be used to the men who assist the priest during the liturgy, to the men who proclaim the Gospel from the pulpit, those servants who lift up […]

A perpetual profession behind closed doors

Prostrated before the altar with her white dress, Lara Montoya pictured the saints in heaven rejoicing at this long-awaited moment. It was nothing like she had so often pictured in […]

Colorado’s Chesterton Academies are set to kick off the Fall semester

While the current situation has challenged schools to find creative ways to teach and engage their students, the two Colorado Chesterton Academy high schools have found themselves in a unique […]

Preparing to, once again, partake in the mystery of the Eucharist

This article is the first in a series the Denver Catholic staff is writing to help the faithful return to Mass in a deeper way than ever before after an […]