Pray the new Consecration to St. Joseph beginning Feb. 16

“Now is the time of St. Joseph!” Although it possible to overlook St. Joseph in the story of salvation history due to his silence in the Gospels, he plays an […]

After decades of anticipation, northern Colorado will have its first Catholic high school

“No one hesitated to remind me that it was the fourth feasibility study for a Catholic high school in northern Colorado,” Dr. Margo Barnhart humorously told the Denver Catholic, stressing […]

New choir brings sounds of Renaissance to modern Mass

There’s a new sacred choir in the Archdiocese of Denver and its name conveys its mission: Gaudium Verum, which is Latin for “True Joy.” “We want to offer a glimpse […]

Bishop Machebeuf High School to launch new integrated curriculum

Important changes are coming to Bishop Machebeuf High School; changes that will secure the 62-year-old institution as a staple of Catholic education for years to come. Beginning in the fall […]

Go to a Nuggets game, help a school in need

For the sixth year in a row, the Denver Nuggets are hosting Catholic Families Night at the Pepsi Center on Sunday, March 1, where they will face-off against the defending […]

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Letter: The facts about late-term abortion and initiative 120

In their Dec. 6 editorial, the Denver Post asks Coloradans not to sign petitions currently circulating to place a late abortion ban on the 2020 ballot (Initiative 120). In their […]

What’s an ‘ad limina’ visit? Here are 8 things you need to know

On Feb. 10-15, bishops from Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico will travel to Rome for their “ad limina” visits. Here’s a few things to know: What is an […]

Pro-lifers invited to rally and rosary before hearing for abortion bills Feb. 11

All are invited to join the fight to protect unborn and newborn babies at a rally and press conference before the committee hearing for the Born Alive After Abortion Bill […]

Death penalty repeal passes in Senate, clearing major hurdle to becoming law

A bill to abolish the death penalty in Colorado passed in the Senate Jan. 31, making a passing vote in the House the final hurdle to a repeal being signed […]

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Building marriages that last a lifetime

Our culture talks a lot about marriage tragedies but not enough about successes. In the checkout line at the grocery store, on TV shows and in the news, we hear […]

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Auschwitz and “intrinsic evil”

Seventy-five years ago, on January 27, 1945, the infantrymen of the Red Army’s 322nd Rifle Division were bludgeoning their way into the Third Reich when they discovered the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination […]

Ms. Taylor: St. Louis’ fourth grade founder

The following interview was conducted by the eighth grade class of 2020 at St. Louis Catholic School in Louisville to honor Ms. Lydia Taylor, the school’s beloved fourth grade teacher […]