Vladimir Mauricio-Perez

Columnist

Evergreen parish builds up families

The Archdiocese of Denver is seeing the many fruits that Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila’s Restored Order Initiative is bearing for families and parishes across the state. It’s leading pastors and […]

perspective

Ditch the modern-day masks of Jesus (pt. 1)

Jesus is arguably the most influential person to ever walk the Earth – and perhaps the most misunderstood. For many, he was a great moral teacher and speaker, for others, […]

Facebook privacy scandal a wake-up call for Catholics, experts say

As Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before the senate with regards to the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal April 10 and 11, many Catholics wondered how this moral issue […]

Have a devotion to Julia Greeley? The archdiocese wants to hear from you

You can help the Archdiocese of Denver in the cause for canonization of the Servant of God Julia Greeley, if you, or someone you know, had a devotion to this […]

‘Pray with your feet,’ walk the Road to Emmaus

If you are discerning your vocation, have energy to hike, camp and pray, or are a college student or recent college grad, you can immerse yourself in a pilgrimage to […]

Host your own family Seder meal

We can’t transmit the Christian faith to our children without transmitting the story of our Jewish Fathers. Teaching the next generation the importance of Judaism and its practices in our […]

From the Passover Seder to the Eucharist

The Mass wasn’t an invention of the apostles or something Jesus created out of nowhere. A long tradition says it was a transformation of a Jewish liturgy: The Passover meal, […]

Don’t miss ‘the most important archaeological discovery of the 20th century’

“Welcome to Israel, the Biblical land of milk and honey at the crossroads of Africa, Europe and Asia… an archaeologist’s paradise”: These words mark the start of a once-in-a-lifetime immersion […]

Strong temptations? Defeat them like the Desert Fathers

The fact that we don’t do what we want but instead do what we hate is a problem as old as our first parents. Yet, we can interpret temptation either […]

Man witnessed jumping from Denver blaze says God was present

Elías Venegas, 53, the man who was witnessed hanging from the third floor trying to escape the raging fire that rapidly consumed the construction site at 18th and Emerson on […]

Ten ways to step up your Mass engagement

How important are the little things at Mass? Very important. The Eucharist is so important to the Christian life that it’s considered “the source and summit of the Church’s life […]

Blind Faith Brewing: The new Catholic taproom in town

“He’s blind!” surprised customers exclaim when they see Tom Martinez, 44, grab his white cane after pouring a few glasses of a traditional, Trappist-style Quad. Martinez, a friendly guy with […]