The Holy Spirit is Calling Mothers

By Catherine Glaser “Mom!” That’s not your kids calling. That’s the Holy Spirit calling you to build up His Kingdom! For such a time as this, the Confraternity of Christian […]

Our defense against fear: the Holy Spirit

Jesus seemed to be gone forever, but when the Holy Spirit rushed upon the Apostles like a wind and appeared over their heads like tongues of fire, his presence among them and within them […]

As Mass (and mask) restrictions ease up, embrace the change

By Sue Kenfield  Sue Kenfield, M.A., is a consultant, certified resilience specialist, and parishioner at St. Thomas More. www.suekenfield.com.  Last week, the CDC changed their mask guidelines, and the Governor […]

Father Herman Jayachandra remembered for his zeal and steadfast faithfulness

Father Hermanagild Jayachandra, a priest from the southern tip of India who served the Archdiocese of Denver for 25 years before retiring in 2012, died in his homeland May 2. He was 77 years old.  Affectionately called “Father Herman” by […]

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A most unfortunate Roman intervention

On May 7, Cardinal Luis Ladaria, SJ, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, sent a letter to Archbishop José Gomez, president of the United States Conference […]

In the world, but not of it: Archbishop Aquila ordains six men to the priesthood

Six men answered the call to priesthood on May 15 and were ordained the newest priests of the Archdiocese of Denver at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. The […]

Reencounter Your Mission: Mass dispensation to be lifted on Pentecost

In the early Church, after the Mass had ended, the Latin words used to send people forth were “Ite, missa est” (literally meaning “Go, she—meaning you, the Church—has been sent”). The […]

Help Julia Greeley’s cause by going to a Rockies game

If Julia Greeley were still alive today, we bet she’d be a Rockies fan. The Julia Greeley Guild has once again partnered with the Colorado Rockies to help raise money […]

Samaritan House shelter expands capacity for women experiencing homelessness

Auxiliary Bishop Jorge Rodríguez blessed Samaritan House on May 14 to celebrate the ongoing renovation of the downtown shelter, which first opened in 1986.  “God, the provider of shelter and […]

St. Isidore Online Curriculum expands, will be offered again for 2021-2022 school year

The Archdiocese of Denver’s online Catholic curriculum, St. Isidore, has been a true blessing to many families with children in grades K-8 who wanted a strong Catholic curriculum this past year but didn’t feel […]

Responding to the call: Meet the Archdiocese of Denver’s newest priests

On May 15, six men were ordained priests at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Denver. Get to know the archdiocese’s newest priests and where their first assignments will be. Rewatch the full […]

Tips from a fellow parishioner on returning to Mass

By Sue Kenfield Sue Kenfield, M.A., is a consultant, certified resilience specialist, and parishioner at St. Thomas More, www.suekenfield.com.  As we prepare for the lifting of the dispensation, many may be wrestling with […]