The Introductory Rites: An invitation to prepare for the Holy Mass

This article is the second in a series to help the faithful experience Mass in a deeper way than ever before. Read the first part here, and subscribe to our […]

An examination of conscience for racism

There are two kinds of ignorance: the things I don’t know that nobody expects me to know, and the things I don’t know, but that I ought to know and […]

Letter: Let this pandemic be a time of change for the world

Dear Editor, I am desperate to get back to “normal.” This has been the most trying time of my life having just returned from maternity leave with my second child […]

Q&A: New HR director for Archdiocese of Denver ‘humbled’ to serve

At the beginning of this year, the Archdiocese of Denver welcomed its new Executive Director of Human Resources, Beth Link. Link brings an extensive human resources background to the Human […]

Not to be served, but to serve: Honoring our priests for their years of service to the faithful

The Archdiocese of Denver is blessed to have an abundance of great, faithful priests. We honor these men who have served the faithful of the archdiocese and thank them for […]

Fresh Start program frees those ensnared by payday loans

After two years of struggling with homelessness and staying with relatives, when she landed a fulltime job in 2017, Judith Quintana was determined to make it on her own. She […]

Father Joseph Blanco remembered for his servant’s heart, generosity

Father Joseph Blanco, a priest of 36 years for the Archdiocese of Denver, died peacefully May 13. He was 80 years old. A Colorado native, Father Blanco lived his life […]

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Despite COVID, Archdiocese of Denver continues to serve abundantly

The COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations around the world to rapidly pivot directions and for the Archdiocese that meant adjusting to new circumstances, while maintaining its course to faithfully serve Northern […]

Can Catholics support ‘Black Lives Matter’?

Catholic leaders say the Church has an important role in working for racial justice, but that protesting for justice does not imply endorsement of the positions taken by Black Lives […]

COVID couldn’t keep new Catholics from initiation sacraments

When a person is received into the Catholic Church, it conjures images of the prodigal son running to his father’s arms after being away for so long. Usually, new Catholics […]

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Will Nancy Pelosi take a page from her father’s playbook?

In 1918, Mayor James Preston presented a 264-piece silver service to Cardinal James Gibbons on behalf of Baltimore and its citizens – a municipal tribute to the city’s beloved archbishop […]

Join a nationwide rosary to end racism June 24

Join in a nationwide rosary for the end of racism on June 24th at 4 p.m. Pray on your own or join live here: https://www.facebook.com/Rosary-to-End-Racism-113604340386767/