Lead others to Christ with a generous gift

It’s a question you probably ask yourself every year: How far does the money you give to the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal really go? The answer is simple: Really far, and yes, it makes all […]

Father Cuneo remembered as a man of great humility who virtuously ‘wore three hats’

As parish priest, military chaplain and teacher — these were the three ways in which Father James J. Cuneo served the Church during his 55 years of priesthood, leaving a […]

Samaritan House and Denver Rescue Mission urge ‘no’ vote on Initiative 300

Samaritan House joins Denver Rescue Mission in urging a ‘no’ vote on Initiative 300 on the Denver ballot. Instead, civic efforts should focus on providing services to those experiencing homelessness […]

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Fighting the darkness: Notre Dame and acts of faith

When the famous cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris went up in flames April 15, you could see and hear the pain in the faces and voices of the onlookers. […]

Father Medrano restored boyhood parish to original beauty, helped needy souls

He preached unconditional love, to always forgive and to refrain from judging. Knowing that the truth sets one free and frees others to walk in truth, he was an open […]

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The Ratzinger Diagnosis

Published a week short of his 92nd birthday, Joseph Ratzinger’s essay on the epidemiology of the clergy sex-abuse crisis vividly illustrated his still-unparalleled capacity to incinerate the brain-circuits of various […]

Loveland parish capital campaign will accommodate growing community

During Dick and Sue Reznik’s time in the military, they found themselves moving frequently and simply passing through Catholic parishes as a result. It wasn’t until they retired and moved […]

From Columbine to Christ: “Not only did God lead me out of Columbine, he was leading me to himself.”

Every school day for almost two years, Jenica Thornby would spend her lunch hour in the library at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. Every day, except April 20, 1999. […]

Colorado Catholic bishops remember Columbine on 20th anniversary

Colorado’s bishops have issued a joint statement recognizing the 20th anniversary of the April 20, 1999 shooting at Columbine High School that claimed the lives of 12 students and one […]

Meet three of the Catholic Church’s newest faithful

As we approach Easter, catechumens and candidates throughout the Archdiocese of Denver are joining or coming back to the Catholic Church. The Denver Catholic spoke with three men and women […]

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The Easter Effect today

Some two millennia ago, a ragtag bunch of nobodies learned what their tortured and executed friend, the rabbi Jesus from Nazareth, meant by “rising from the dead” (Mark 9:9-10) — […]

Reception kicks off Professor of Theological Studies at Colorado State University

By Peter Droege An overflow crowd of more than 150 people gathered in the Lory Center at Colorado State University March 31 to celebrate the launch of the endowment for […]