Lebanon needs U.S. Catholic help now, bishops say

The Maronite eparchs of the United States are pleading for prayers and aid for the people of Lebanon in the wake of the large explosion in Beirut on Tuesday, August […]

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Resisting the stigma of mental illness

Dr. Michelle Connor Harris serves as the Clinical Director for St. Raphael Counseling. Imagine that you live in ancient Rome and you are feeling sad and hopeless.  The Colosseum holds […]

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Last November 11, on the centenary of its relocation to a 93-acre campus in suburban Washington, D.C., Georgetown Preparatory School announced a $60 million capital campaign. In his message for […]

Lebanese priest: ‘We need your prayers’ after Beirut explosions

A Lebanese Catholic priest has asked believers around the world to pray for the people of his country, after two explosions in Beirut injured hundreds of people and are reported […]

Unlock the mysteries of the Bible with LIVE instruction this Fall

Looking for a new kind of book club? Consider yourself a lifelong learner?  The Denver Catholic Biblical School can unlock the mysteries of the Bible for you with LIVE online instruction this […]

Five Colorado places named after Catholic saints

On Aug. 1, Colorado will have made it way over the hill at a ripe 144 years old. Better known as Colorado Day, the day commemorates the founding of our […]

Local ministry reassures those going through a divorce they’re ‘not alone’

Divorce seems to be a taboo subject in the Catholic Church; however, the Church still seeks to provide hope for individuals going through it. While marriage is a lifelong covenant […]

Looking back at the 1918 Flu epidemic in the Archdiocese of Denver

In September 1918, the Spanish Flu began to ravage the world. Despite its name, the Spanish Flu’s origins may not have been the Iberian, but by the time it had […]

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The Next Pope and the Crisis of the West

In February 1968, Cardinal Karol Wojtyła wrote Father Henri de Lubac, SJ, about a project in which the cardinal was engaged: a philosophical explanation of the uniqueness and nobility of […]

Cure summer boredom for a day at Annunciation Heights’ Fiat Fest

Coronavirus has turned this normally-busy season of summer into “The Great 2020 Boredom Fest.” But if you’re looking to get out of the house and into nature for a day, […]

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Christendom: old and new

We have come to think of the Church, the gathering of God’s faithful, in primarily spiritual terms. Throughout Christian history, however, faith implied social and even political obligations, which supplied […]

Northern Colorado’s Chesterton Academy to offer free tuition this fall

The Chesterton Academy of John Paul II in Windsor announced that, as a result of great generosity from anonymous donors, tuition for the 2020 – 2021 school year will be […]