Sweet victory: Mullen girls basketball takes state title for first time in 13 years

Ranked 14th in the 4A bracket, it was clear the Mullen High School girls basketball team wasn’t favored to win the state championship this past season. The school hadn’t won […]

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The high-priced spread, revisited

Readers of a certain vintage (say, over 60) will remember the Imperial Margarine TV ad that dismissed butter as “the high-priced spread.” That image came to mind rather unexpectedly when […]

Colorado Catholic Conference disappointed in senate’s failure to repeal death penalty

Colorado’s death penalty will remain part of state law until at least next year after a bill to repeal it was postponed April 2 until after the legislative session closes, […]

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WATCH: Catholic education is More Than You Realize

While we’ve made education more complicated and more expensive, have we remembered to ask the most fundamental questions? What should go on there? What is it for? Watch the video […]

REVIEW: Unplanned and the abortion business

Abby Johnson was astounded when in a meeting her supervisor Cheryl told her that her plan consisted in doubling the number of abortions in every clinic. After receiving the award […]

Border mission instills education and hope in poor

Long before migrant caravans and controversial Trump administration immigration policies began dominating headlines last year, a Catholic mission in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, led by a humble Denver priest, was tirelessly […]

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An open letter to Cardinal Reinhard Marx

Your Eminence: I noted with interest your recent announcement of a “binding synodal process” during which the Church in Germany will discuss the celibacy of the Latin-rite Catholic priesthood, the […]

Q&A: We must teach young people the value of suffering

Father Peter Cameron, OP, spoke to the Denver Catholic about his upcoming presentation for the St. John Paul II Lecture Series in Denver April 9, titled “Evangelizing Youth Today.” Father […]

TeenSTAR helps youth get real about God’s plan for sex

Today’s teens are faced with an influx of messages on a sensitive and often controversial topic — the role of sex in human life. “They are being taught that sex […]

Ahead of competition, Catholic school students look to the stars for inspiration

Sixth grade students at St. Mary Catholic School in Littleton are giving NASA a run for its money. The six boys that make up the Legit LEGO Lions, a team […]

Adopt-a-Student program changes family’s life

When Colin and Maria Coleman moved to the United States, they were certain of one thing. “We really wanted our child to attend a Catholic school,” said Maria, “but found […]

How a baby born at 26 weeks became a light of faith to his family

“The doctor said that, if I wanted to save my baby’s life, I had to give birth in the next hour. I was only 26 weeks pregnant,” Maria Ramos recalled […]