Honoring our Catholic educators for their years of service

“The Church needs men and women who are intent on teaching by word and example – intent on helping to permeate the whole educational milieu with the spirit of Christ. […]

‘Education is about becoming more human’

By Abriana Chilelli Associate Superintendent of Academic Renewal  When teaching high school-level Humanities at public schools here in Colorado, I hung a sign on the wall of my classroom. I made the sign after reading an interview with Dr. Joseph Almeida, a professor at […]

Denver’s first Catholic classical high school opens under patronage of Our Lady of Victory

Nearly half a millennium ago, thousands of Catholics heeded Pope Pius V’s call to pray the Rosary requesting Our Lady’s intercession for the deliverance of Europe from Turkish invasion. In […]

She wasn’t Catholic when she started going to Catholic school. Now she and five others are.

Emily Maerz was in first grade when she decided that she wanted to be baptized, thus starting her journey into the Catholic Church. Her grandparents, Sharon and Brad Maerz, have […]

Teaching as a vocation means joy in work

Pay for teachers in Catholic schools is traditionally less than that of their colleagues in public schools so parochial school educators aren’t there for the money. Rather, they’ll tell you […]

Q&A: We want to build missionary disciples, says new superintendent Elías Moo

Elías J. Moo, principal of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Academy, reflected on his life, career and mission after being named Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Denver. […]

Douglas County elections heat up over school choice

Few issues worry parents more than the quality of education available to their children, which is why school choice is a hot-button, emotional issue for many voters. This fall, the […]

Mullen runners exemplify Lasallian spirit

By Neil H. Devlin Mullen Sports Information Specialist They could have run away, but Adele Cardenas and Emma Hahn chose to literally run into the situation. The Mullen juniors were […]

Catholic high schools unite to provide hurricane relief

After Hurricane Harvey left the city of Houston in disaster and Hurricane Irma threatened south Florida, two Denver Catholic high schools came together at their rivalry football game Sept. 8 […]

Bell rings for first time at Frassati Catholic Academy

An air of anticipation and excitement greeted the students and parents who walked through the newly-opened doors of Frassati Catholic Academy for the first day of school Aug. 21. The […]

Want school choice? Oppose the Blaine Amendment

On July 18, the Colorado Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights held a public briefing to examine the Blaine Amendment as a civil rights issue based on […]

In new Denver school, Byzantine spirituality meets Montessori method

Denver, Colo., Jul 16, 2017 / 04:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- With the goal of encountering children on a more personal level to meet their academic and spiritual needs, a Montessori […]