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Denver Catholic’s most-read stories of 2023 (and other favorites)

Well, another year has come and passed. 2023 was filled with many blessings both here in the Archdiocese of Denver and around the world, proving that Christ’s Church remains vibrant and very much alive in today’s day and age. Even amid the wars and strife in other parts of the world, we as Christians rest in the hope that Jesus is Lord, and as he wipes away every tear and casts out every sorrow, we can be confident that all will be made new in the coming age.

The Denver Catholic was honored to share many stories from the local Church and beyond over this past year. We hope and pray that these stories helped to fill you with the hope and joy that only Jesus can provide. Here are some of our most-read and favorite stories from 2023.

Archbishop Aquila

Archbishop Aquila to Wyoming Catholic College graduates: ‘God has chosen each and every one of you’

PASTORAL LETTER: That They Might Have Life

Colorado Catholics celebrate long-lived marriages with special Anniversary Mass

WATCH: Archbishop Aquila leads a holy hour and meditation at WYD Lisbon

LENT 2023 PASTORAL NOTE: As We Forgive

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AUGUST 2023 PASTORAL NOTE: You Have the Words of Eternal Life

Vocations

Meet the Archdiocese of Denver’s newest transitional deacons, ordained Feb. 18

Three men ordained as priests on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima

Meet the archdiocese’s newest permanent deacons, ordained June 24

Diamond in the rough: Priests find faith and vocations at CU Boulder

Carmelite sisters celebrate 20 years at Sts. Peter and Paul parish in Wheat Ridge

New Abbey of St. Walburga nun finds ‘surging joy’ in making solemn profession

Abbey of St. Walburga nun solemnly vows her life to Christ the Bridegroom

“I just love our life”: A daughter of Denver makes first vows as a Dominican

Denver’s own Sister Mercy Marie makes solemn profession as Sister of Life

Around the Archdiocese

The best places to pray in the Archdiocese of Denver, according to you!

What’s the St. Tom’s secret to forming missionary disciples? ‘It’s Boulder.’

Q&A: Dr. Salvador Aceves shares vision for Regis University as first Hispanic and lay president

PHOTOS: Students honor Mary in May Crownings across the archdiocese

Faithful gather to pray for unity at second annual Mass of Healing and Reconciliation 

200 financial professionals process with Jesus through downtown Denver at conclusion of conference

Pregnancy Resource Centers champion care and compassion in day at Capitol

Cabrini Shrine opens renovated chapel in time for Cabrini Day

Catholic community helps grant wish of girl fighting cancer to meet Luke Bryan

‘Your confessional is ready’: Buzzing into confession at Bishop Machebeuf High School  

World Youth Day

30 years later, World Youth Day ’93 remains a spiritual revolution

John Paul II’s ‘Revolution’ in Denver: Cardinal Stafford Remembers World Youth Day ’93

Archdiocese of Denver pilgrims embark for World Youth Day Lisbon

Saints and Feast Days

9 things you need to know about Divine Mercy Sunday

St. Patrick’s Day: History, spirituality, traditions and no-meat feasts

Wise Words from Avila: 10 Quotes from St. Teresa

Chesterton Academy follows “hometown hero” Julia Greeley on pilgrimage through streets of Denver

Joy of Julia Greeley inspires artist’s smiling painting

Q&A: Author and artist bring Julia Greeley to life in new children’s book

What St. Maria Goretti teaches us about transformative forgiveness

Mother Cabrini to be inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame

Prayer and Faith

The Examen — Finding God’s path in just 15 minutes a day

On Forgiving God

When in doubt, choose love

Co-suffering with those who suffer

The Seven Last Words: Christ’s invitation from the cross

Five ways to have a more merciful Lent

Seven Capital Sins, seven lenten virtues

Healing power of forgiveness

Have Nothing to do with the Dragon (Part 1 and Part 2)

Dare to forgive: Immaculée Ilibagiza & radical reconciliation

Why go to confession?

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