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/

USCCB, Colorado bishops applaud Supreme Court ruling protecting DACA

Denver – In response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that prevented the Trump Administration from terminating the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the four Catholic bishops of […]

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Answer to powerlessness is not show of power, but presence

By Father Jose Medina/Catholic News Service A deep human cry roars through our cities. Once again, black men and women fear being indiscriminately killed by those charged to protect and […]

Colorado’s Chesterton Academies are set to kick off the Fall semester

While the current situation has challenged schools to find creative ways to teach and engage their students, the two Colorado Chesterton Academy high schools have found themselves in a unique […]

Why We Stargaze

By Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ is the director of the Vatican Observatory, Specola Vaticana. His book, Would you Baptize an Extraterrestrial?, written with Father Paul Mueller, […]

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A deeper desire for the Eucharist

We’ve just survived the only time in living memory without access to the Mass. The brutal Lent of 2020 extended even into Easter, as we watched the high holy days […]

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The biases of a Royal Commission

A brief dip into Latin helps us understand how preconceptions can lead to biased judgments that falsify history — as they did when an Australian Royal Commission on sexual abuse […]

Q&A: Archdiocese of Denver’s new Chief Financial Officer ‘honored’ to serve

After a long search, the Archdiocese of Denver recently welcomed Brenda Cannella as its new Chief Financial Officer at the beginning of the year. Cannella brings extensive experience and knowledge […]

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Jesus desires to heal wounds of racism

Our nation has been shocked and convulsed by the tragic death of George Floyd, adding to the litany of those who have unnecessarily lost their lives. People have been rightly […]