Pro-life movement alive and well in Colorado

On a coffee shop patio earlier this year, a group of young adults had gathered to learn about and discuss the pro-life movement when a woman who appeared to be […]


The shock of forgiveness

Every so often, the media will pick up a story that serves as a potent reminder of what it means to be a Christian. That’s because living as a Christian […]


The importance of John Henry Newman’s canonization

Bl. John Henry Newman (1801-90) will be canonized on Oct. 13 and surely will be named a Doctor of the Church at some point in the future. Newman, known and […]

Bishop to migrants and refugees: ‘You make America the beautiful even more beautiful’

A hat, a pair of shoes, and a bottle of water. These are a few of the symbolic objects that were offered at the beginning of the Eucharistic Celebration for […]

Catholic health care professionals invited to annual White Mass Oct. 18

The Annual White Mass will be celebrated by Father Tim Hjelstrom on Oct. 18 at 6 p.m. at St. Thomas More Catholic Parish, 8035 S Quebec St, Englewood CO 80112. […]

Feeling spiritually discouraged? This workshop may help

The Lanteri Center will be celebrating its 15th anniversary this year with a special workshop that could change the course of your life through deeper growth and personal restoration with […]

Memorial blessing, Mass and meal offer lost veterans a way back to God

On the morning of Sept. 28, some 200 people watched auxiliary Bishop Jorge Rodriguez bless the Colorado Freedom Memorial grounds, the glass wall listing all Coloradans killed in war, and […]

Q&A: Why Catholics should listen to G.K. Chesterton when it comes to history

Even experts struggle to categorize the man of the thick mustache, tiny glasses and iconic hat that was often seen wearing a cape and smoking a cigar — and rightly […]

Bishop Rodriguez to celebrate annual young adult Mass Oct. 20

Denver Catholic Young Adults, in conjunction with Hispanic Youth Ministry of Denver, extends an invitation to all young adults in the area to celebrate a night of prayer and fellowship […]


Coloradans have chance to rescue the unborn

Some people in our pews today can remember the time when abortion was not legal. But the rest of you who are filling the seats in our churches, working various […]


The renewal of Catholic higher education

The United States has well over 200 Catholic colleges and universities. Only a fraction of them, however, conform to St. John Paul’s statutes for Catholic universities in Ex Corde Ecclesiae. […]


What kind of “believers”?

This past June I was in the Munich area for four days, giving a public lecture on Evangelical Catholicism and doing a lot of media interviews. My hosts were exceptionally […]