Take a journey through the art of Rembrandt

Expressive faces, majestic landscapes and minuscule details are some of the traits that characterize the prints of the renowned Dutch artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijin, whom the Denver Art Museum […]

Comic book evangelization

The very first comic book was published in 1933 and sparked a craze that reached its height during the 1950s and continues even to this day. Original copies of comic […]

We are listening: Part two of comments from the Promise page

On Sept. 7, the Archdiocese of Denver launched archden.org/promise as an online resource for information about how we handle allegations of sexual abuse of minors and other abuse here in […]


Ahead of bishops’ meeting, we need your prayer and fasting

Since ancient times, people have used the stars to navigate through the expanse of the sea or over unknown terrain.  As the bishops of the United States prepare to address […]


Roots of Catholic anger

After a month out of the country, working in Rome at Synod-2018 and helping mark the 40th anniversary of John Paul II’s election at events in Brussels and Warsaw, I […]

Denver bishops begin week of ‘intensified prayer and fasting’ before General Assembly

The bishops of the Archdiocese of Denver announced this weekend that they will participate in a nation-wide week of “intensified prayer and fasting” beginning on Monday, Nov. 5, to prepare […]

15,000 babies saved since 40 Days for Life began

A few years ago at a 40 Days for Life prayer vigil in Madison, Wisconsin, Steve Karlen met a man passing by the abortion clinic who stopped when he noticed […]


How to discern the will of God

God spoke to Abraham. Moses saw the burning bush and heard the voice of God. Samuel was roused as a young boy by God saying his name in the sanctuary. […]


Shifting tectonic plates in Eastern Christianity

ROME. While Synod-2018 was trying to grasp the polyhedron-like character of “synodality” and wrestling with the differences among sexual inclination, sexual orientation, and sexual attraction, tectonic plates were shifting beneath […]


Finding light, building culture, venerating the saints

“Remember that you were at that time separated from Christ . . . having no hope and without God in the world; Once you were in darkness, but now you […]

Q&A: Christians must be ‘restless’ in desire to evangelize

In anticipation of his Nov. 6 presentation at the Saint John Paul II Lecture Series in Denver on his new book The Evangelizing Parish, Cardinal Francis Arinze, former Prefect of […]


Don’t just do something – be.

I just returned from the Catholic Leadership Conference — or, as I like to call it, “the best three days of the year.” In the midst of the current crisis […]