Signs of hope for the suffering

One night, Father Emanuele Fadini, FSCB, was called to anoint a COVID-19 patient on the verge of death. It was the first time Father Fadini had witnessed the symptoms of […]


Unlocking the secrets of the Bible

The Bible doesn’t keep secrets in terms of deliberately hiding details from us. Its meaning, however, comes alive for those with faith, who can understand its supernatural message. We also […]


Like a weaned child with its mother…

It happened on a 12.5-hour flight from Munich to Denver. I was sitting in the second row and in front of me, in the front row, in full view, was […]


Ending the ‘Eucharistic fast’ of 2020

It has been more than 50 days since Mass was celebrated publicly in the Archdiocese of Denver. The sacrifices made by both the laity and clergy have been substantial, and for most […]

Letter from Denver bishops on the resumption of public Masses

To the lay faithful of northern Colorado, Greetings in the Risen Lord! On March 13, we joined our brother bishops of Colorado in making the difficult decision to suspend public […]


Joseph Ratzinger, theological reformer

As he turned 93 on April 16, Joseph Ratzinger remained one of the most misunderstood and misrepresented men of consequence in recent Catholic history. I doubt the Pope Emeritus minds; […]

Official Priest Appointments: May 4, 2020

Here’s a list of all the new priest assignments for the Archdiocese of Denver, including pastor and parochial vicar reassignments, parish administrators and chaplains. These appointments are effective July 1, […]

Pray this Novena to Our Lady of Fatima starting May 4

Please join the four bishops of the three Catholic Dioceses of Colorado (Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo) in praying a Novena to Our Lady of Fatima beginning May 4 through May […]

Join in the May 1 Reconsecration of Our Nation to Our Blessed Mother

As the world continues to face the ongoing effects of the global pandemic of the coronavirus, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles and President of the USCCB has announced […]

You can help form the future generation of Catholic leaders

The annual Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal (ACA) is the primary source of funding for many offices, parishes, and ministries from the Archdiocese of Denver. It benefits and provides services to not […]


The “historic” Amazonian Synod, revisited

Given that he was one of the principal planners and prominent leaders of last October’s special Synod on Amazonia, Cardinal Claudio Hummes, OFM, is understandably enthusiastic about the results of […]

Chancery support empowers parishes to focus on ministry and evangelization

Though she is made up of one body in Christ, the operation of the Church within the Archdiocese of Denver has a lot of moving parts. It’s for this reason […]