The Denver Catholic has once again been honored on a national level, this year winning six Catholic Press Awards at the Catholic Media Conference in Green Bay, Wis.
The awards included recognition for one of the best electronic newsletters, along with reporting and layout awards.
“These awards are really a testament to the awesome people on our staff,” said Aaron Lambert, managing editor of the Denver Catholic. “It’s an honor to be recognized for all of the hard work and effort we put into the Denver Catholic each day. We are thankful to the Lord, Archbishop Aquila and our readers for allowing us to be the voice of the Archdiocese of Denver.”
Here is the list of awards for the Denver Catholic and the Denver Catholic en Español:
Best Electronic Newsletter (Honorable Mention) – Denver Catholic Staff
Best Front Page (2nd Place) – Denver Catholic en Español Staff: “¿Qué Significa ser Cristiano?”
Best Layout of Article or Column (2nd Place) – Denver Catholic Staff: “A Restoration for the Ages”
Best Reporting on a Special Age Group (3rd Place) – Therese Bussen: “How Do I Date?”
Best Reporting on the Celebration of a Sacrament (Honorable Mention) – Therese Bussen: “I Do Means I Do.”
Best Reporting on Vocations to Priesthood, Religious Life or Diaconate (Honorable Mention) – Carmen Elena Villa: “For Christ Alone”