Easter lesson for kids at 375º

Michelle DiFranco is a designer and the busy mom of three children.  My daughter once asked me, “Mom, what is the best thing that’s ever happened to you?” I immediately […]

Easter: The First and Essential Feast

Ask anyone, “What’s the most important celebration of the year?” and the answer seems clear: Christmas. Presents, decorations, music, and Santa. It’d be hard to top that, right? Even from […]

Keeping a Prayerful Life at Home

Even though we’re all stuck at home and unable to partake in the fullness of the Mass, there are still ways we can get the most out of praying at […]

Things for Catholics to do virtually

If you’re looking for some Holy Week-themed activities to be part of over the next couple of days, are an appreciator of art or just want to pray, here are […]

Full text from Archbishop Aquila’s Chrism Mass homily

We gather today, to bless the oils and to renew our priestly call. It is very strange sitting in an empty church, without you my brothers here, and having to […]

Finding Peace in a Time of Panic

Dr. Jim Langley is the Executive Director of St. Raphael Counseling. All things in life are an opportunity to grow as a person. We can always become better spouses, better […]

TOGETHER We Will Rise | Get your copy of our special Easter magazine

If you have a print subscription to the Denver Catholic, then you’re in for an (Easter) treat. This week, a special magazine edition of the Denver Catholic will be arriving in your […]

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The Grace of the Resurrection Breaks Through Quarantines and Death

The Resurrection of Jesus from the dead was a shock. The idea that he would truly rise from the dead seemed far from the minds of the disciples and the […]

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Embracing the kind of redeemer God appointed

The Gospel readings of Lent remind us that opposition to Jesus and his mission frequently grew out of the desire for a redeemer who was more like what various characters […]

Despite no Masses, you won’t believe what parishes are doing

Nothing like creativity and some humor to make a tough situation a little easier to endure. “It took generations, but they have succeeded where the rest of us have failed. […]

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WATCH: You won’t believe what’s going on at our parishes

During this present time of crisis, many of us may see our parishes, schools, or mission activities as temporarily “closed” – but the truth is, they are not. In fact, […]