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Why 42 had to be impeached twenty years ago

Twenty years ago this month, I found myself seriously double-booked, so to speak. The editing of the first volume of my John Paul II biography, Witness to Hope, was entering […]

How Our Lady of Guadalupe became the ‘backbone’ of the Mexican people

Over 20 million people set foot on Tepeyac hill every year to witness the living miracle of the woman clothed with the sun and the stars, the woman who changed […]

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Why you can (and should) enroll in the Denver Catholic Biblical School

Whether you’re at the start of your first full-time job, at the top of your career or recently retired, taking some time during the week to dive deeper into your […]

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Helping our kids become Catholic Readers for Christmas

I’ve been writing the Catholic Reader column for about a year and a half now and it’s been quite enjoyable sharing a great variety of books that I hope you […]

Bella co-founder credits Christ with health clinic’s phenomenal growth

Four years ago, nurse practitioners Dede Chism and her daughter Abbey Sinnett opened Bella Natural Women’s Care as a state of the art health clinic offering care that is natural, […]

The real Santa Claus was Catholic?

By Monsignor Jorge de los Santos Around this time of year, it’s common to see the Christmas celebration filled with marketing and consumerism, opening its doors to its employee of […]

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Celebrating the Truth in Colorado

By Deacon Geoff Bennett Deacon Geoff Bennett is the Vice President of Parish and Community Relations at Catholic Charities in the Archdiocese of Denver, including the Respect Life Office. As […]

Msgr. John Slattery remembered as a ‘founding father’ of Springs diocese

By Veronica Ambul | Colorado Catholic Herald Msgr. John Slattery, the first vicar general of the Diocese of Colorado Springs and founding pastor of St. Patrick Parish, died Nov. 28 […]

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Reflecting upon the Immaculate Conception

Every Dec. 8, the Church observes the feast of the Immaculate Conception, and without fail, people think that this refers to Jesus’ conception, when it is actually the celebration of […]

Family-owned Stargazer Fine Chocolates is in the business of joy

As a father and his young daughter walk through the door of Stargazer Fine Chocolates, the little girl excitedly scanning the shop and pointing to the chocolate hippos and colorful […]

Priests are hurt by crisis, but remain resilient and faithful

When the news of Archbishop Theodore McCarrick broke and thus opened another wave of scandals within the Church, one thought went through Father Bert Chilson’s mind: “Not again.” “When I […]

College students ‘a huge blessing’ for St. Peter’s in Greeley

The Sunday evening Mass at St. Peter Catholic Church in Greeley looks a little different than most parishes in the archdiocese — it’s filled with college students. “They are very […]