Fort Collins parish dedicates long-awaited new church building

“We need tangible things that help us touch the invisible:” This is what guided Father Joseph Toledo in his vision for constructing a church building especially devoted to the worship […]

Q&A: New Bishop Machebeuf principal ‘excited and grateful’ to lead beloved high school

After an extensive search for the right person to lead Bishop Machebeuf High School, a few weeks ago the school finally announced the hiring of its new principal, Mr. William […]

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Rediscovering Eucharistic amazement

In his 2003 encyclical, Ecclesia de Eucharistia (The Church from the Eucharist), Pope St. John Paul II invited Catholics to regain a sense of “Eucharistic amazement.” Being “amazed” by the […]

Attacks on symbols of faith must not be ignored

Over the weekend of August 8-9, someone beheaded a statue of St. Jude at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Denver.  This attack is one in a series of destructive […]

Archbishop Aquila praying for conversion after St. Jude statue beheaded

By JD Flynn/Catholic News Agency After the statue of a saint was beheaded outside a Denver parish, the city’s archbishop said he’s praying for the conversion of those who have […]

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Restoring Humanity: Combatting social and spiritual ills

The Church’s task of evangelization includes restoring human life and culture. Jesus promises in the book of Revelation, “Behold, I make all things new.” Even though this will happen fully […]

Catholic Medical Association on why Coloradans should vote ‘yes’ on Proposition 115

A recent document compiled by the Denver chapter of the Catholic Medical Association examines fact-based and empirical evidence for why late term abortion is almost never necessary, and why Coloradans […]

Denver parishes redouble efforts to provide food for those in need

Parishes in the Archdiocese of Denver haven’t kept their arms crossed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it be by collecting food or hosting food banks and sandwich lines, many of […]

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Rediscovering the reality of the Eucharist

Thinking out loud about a return to “Sunday normal,” a veteran pastor recently told me that he thought it would take one year for each month of lockdown/quarantine/ shelter-at-home for […]

Church and state partner to carry out corporal works of mercy during pandemic and beyond

In times of great need and crisis, we find strength in unity and collaboration, and amid the coronavirus pandemic, this truth remains within the Archdiocese of Denver. For many years, […]

Archbishop: In this time of need, join me for a Rosary Crusade

When God chose to enter the world to save us, he chose Mary, whose deep faith provided the way for Jesus to come among us. She believed in the words […]

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 […]