Denver bishops issue statement on ‘Family Separation Policy’

Denver bishops Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila and Bishop Jorge Rodriguez have released the following statement regarding the family separation policy being utilized at the U.S./Mexico border: “We join our brother […]

Carmelite lived the cloistered life ‘to the full’

In 1950, at the ripe age of 18, Sister Mona Claire of Our Lady entered religious life as a Carmelite of the Holy Spirit. For the next 67 years, she […]

They were fathers and became saints

Fatherhood is undoubtedly a sure path to holiness. Being a faithful husband, educating one’s children in the faith and having Jesus at the center are all concrete ways of living […]

Denver firefighter inspired by Julia Greeley’s example

Even 100 years after Julia Greeley’s death, Denver’s ‘Angel of Charity’ is still making an impact on the lives of firefighters in Colorado, like Lt. Derrick Johnson. “Julia Greeley has […]

Archdiocese honors Julia Greeley on 100th anniversary of her death

Hundreds gathered at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception the evening of June 7 to celebrate Mass for Servant of God Julia Greeley a century after she passed away. […]

Pope to Neocatechumenal Way pilgrims at jubilee: ‘Go!’

On May 5, at the grounds of Tor Vergata University, Pope Francis met with 150,000 members of the Neocatechumenal Way from across the globe to mark the 50th anniversary of […]

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After the Irish debacle

I wasn’t surprised by the result of Ireland’s May 25 referendum, which opened a path to legal abortion in the Emerald Isle by striking down a pro-life amendment to the […]

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Helpful guidelines for the spiritual life

“You are anxious and troubled about many things, but only one thing is necessary.” We recognize Jesus’ response to the busy Martha in these words (Luke 10:41-42), but can we […]

What Pope Francis wants fathers to know

The universal word “father” points to a fundamental relationship that is as old as human history. Yet, Pope Francis says we have reached a point in history in which many […]

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Consenting to Sex

Recent news articles exploring the post-#MeToo world of romance have noted the phenomenon of cell phone “consent apps,” allowing millennials to sign digital contracts before they have sex with their […]

Q&A: From sports news to the Good News

Mark Haas thought he would be a sports anchor for much of his career. God had other plans. Now, Haas is the new Director of Public Relations for the Archdiocese […]

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From slavery to a tomb fit for a dignitary

The year was 1883 and Colorado was hit with an economic recession that left thousands of people jobless. Silver miners were hit particularly hard and Denver was flooded with people […]