Opinion: ‘Comprehensive’ sex ed bill robs sex of its sacredness

When I was speaking full-time to teenagers, I used to have a transition in my talk. I would talk about love, and then about marriage. And then I’d get to […]


Lend a hand to those seeking employment or job-training

Jenny Kraska is the executive director of the Colorado Catholic Conference. In the Encyclical Laborem Exercens, His Holiness Pope John Paul II reminds us that it is “through work that […]

INFOGRAPHIC: How a bill becomes a law

The political process is very complex and has many different facets to it. With the Colorado legislative session opening Jan. 11, a variety of bills will be introduced in the […]

Q&A: The most important legislative issues Colorado Catholics should keep an eye on this year

While political involvement on a national level gets more attention, it’s important to be aware of how the Catholic community can get involved on a state level with this year’s […]

The good guys do exist: Catholic senators serving our state

The good guys don’t make the headlines very often. So here’s a friendly reminder that, in the political world, they do still exist. Senators Kevin Priola and Jack Tate are […]

Amidst passage of physician-assisted suicide law, hope remains

After a long and hard fought battle on the part of the Colorado Catholic Conference and the No on Prop 106 campaign, Colorado voters overwhelmingly voted for the passage of […]

Fast facts about Proposition 106: Physician-assisted suicide

Proposition 106 on the November ballot seeks to legalize physician-assisted suicide in Colorado. Here’s what you need to know about this dangerous initiative, which the Colorado bishops have called “illogical” […]

Two more ballot measures Denver Catholics should vote on

This election season, in addition to Proposition 106, there are two other Colorado ballot measures that the Colorado Catholic Conference and Colorado’s bishops are urging Catholic voters to take firm […]

Church leaders: Proposition 106 offers flawed logic, false compassion

Colorado’s bishops say Proposition 106 is simply “illogical.” The state’s suicide rate is the seventh highest in the nation, which led lawmakers to found a prevention commission in 2014 and […]

Pillar Project: united in morality, not faith

If you’d like to support legislators who defend traditional marriage, parental rights, religious liberty and the humanity of the unborn, there’s an upcoming event you may want to attend. The […]

Decline to Sign

Outside groups with big funding have picked Colorado as the next battleground for physician-assisted suicide. Coloradans’ testimonies defeated House Bill 1054, “End-of-Life Options for Terminally Ill Individuals,” which sought to legalize physician-assisted suicide in the state. […]

Dignity of criminals and workers defended in legislative bills

During the last legislative session, Colorado Catholic Conference pushed several bills of legislation that seek to promote the values of mercy and forgiveness in the criminal justice system. Senate Bills […]