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‘Everyday Disciples’ inspire others in 2022 Appeal

The 2022 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal wraps up at the end of the year and has been marked with great generosity from sacrificial donors who sought to be a witness for Christ among their neighbors in need.

The annual appeal is the largest fundraiser of the Archdiocese of Denver. This year, it was dedicated to the Apostles and their fearless work in the early Church. These ordinary men spread the Lord’s message to all nations despite threats and even imprisonment.

“My faith is always emboldened after I speak to donors who feel called to help bring Christ’s presence into the lives of someone who is struggling,” said Paul Dudzic, Chief Mission Advancement Officer. “Their gifts extend the word and encourage future discipleship like our early Church leaders.”

This year’s appeal enabled the archdiocese to highlight the work of everyday disciples who courageously spread the Gospel in their communities and inspire others to do the same. (Read about the most recent “Disciple of the Month” on the inside back cover of the latest Denver Catholic magazine or visit archden.org/EverydayDisciples).

Thank you for supporting the mission of discipleship. If you have not yet given, or would like to make an additional Christmas gift, please visit
give.archden.org/Christmas.

Special thanks to the leaders in giving who enrolled in the Nine Choirs of Angels giving society. Whether a Guardian Angel or a Seraphim, these more than 2,200 donors have chosen to consistently “serve one another humbly in love” (Galatians 5:13).

Donors enroll in the Choirs of Angels with a one-time gift of $1,000 or more, or a recurring donation of $84/month.

Amy Bryer Brumley
Amy Bryer Brumley
Amy is the Mission Advancement Communications Manager for the Archdiocese of Denver.
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