Vladimir Mauricio-Perez


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 […]

Don’t waste these ‘channels of grace’ as you prepare for Easter without Communion

It is a time of hope and gratitude – that’s how God may be calling us to live this Lenten season in which all of us have given up more […]

How the Church has cared for life from conception to natural death

From the beginning, the Christian principles of charity brought a novelty to the world. They were inspired by Christ’s own call to see in him the hungry, the naked, the […]

Mass cancellations: Are we lacking in faith?

As dioceses across the world have decided to cancel Mass due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many faithful have asked various questions concerning the value of the Eucharist and what […]

The benefits of consecration to St. Joseph and his ‘necessary’ patronage

Saint Joseph was given the mission to protect, guide and provide for two people conceived without sin, Mary and Jesus, which means that he himself had to be a very […]

As COVID-19 spreads, will we be more like the saints?

How would the saints act if they were in our position? The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has certainly caused various reactions – some have chosen to monitor the situation while others […]

Archbishop Aquila, clergy and faithful express gratitude for Archbishop Chaput

For Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and many Colorado clergy and lay members, the deep influence that Archbishop Charles J. Chaput exerted during his time as Archbishop of Denver is still […]

After decades of anticipation, northern Colorado will have its first Catholic high school

“No one hesitated to remind me that it was the fourth feasibility study for a Catholic high school in northern Colorado,” Dr. Margo Barnhart humorously told the Denver Catholic, stressing […]