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Denver Catholic’s favorite stories of 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, here’s a look back at some of our favorite and most popular stories and articles from the past year.

‘Et Impetum, Impetum Est’: St. John XXIII in Fort Collins unveils St. Michael statue

Ars Moriendi: The art of dying

Want to know the secret to happiness? Ask regular churchgoers.

Receiving the Eucharist worthily 

Like Father, like Son: Ten Ways Jesus Christ Reveals God’s Identity

Archbishop Aquila celebrates opening liturgy of synod on synodality — read the full transcript of his homily

Four reasons to believe in the Real Presence

Hearts united: Senite Sahlezghi joins the ancient order of consecrated virgins

Cancel culture: A Christian response

‘We’re having a huge effect’: Safe environment trainer shares experience from the frontlines of keeping kids safe

FIRE Foundation empowers special needs inclusivity in Catholic schools

Remembering Father Leo Heinrichs, Denver’s little-known martyr who could one day be a saint

Our Apostolic Moment: Archbishop Aquila issues Lenten pastoral note to the faithful of Denver

Archbishop Aquila ‘deeply saddened’ by deadly Boulder shooting; slain officer called a ‘soldier for Christ’

102-year-old priest gets long overdue medals earned for World War II service

Responding to the call: Meet the Archdiocese of Denver’s newest priests

FORMED Denver: A match made for Mission

Fertile ground for the fruits of family

The importance of story: Finding our place

The many marvelous feasts of St. Joseph

The crazy, true story of how the Church helped take down the Klan in Colorado

Honesty and closeness unlock the communion debate

Care for Her Act: A common-sense approach to caring for women and their babies

Responding to the “Mass” Exodus

Father and son, deacon and priest: Deacon dads and priest sons share special bond as both serve God’s people

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