Q&A: Colorado Catholic Conference welcomes new executive director

Perhaps unbeknownst to many Catholics in the Mile–High State, the three Colorado dioceses have a presence in both state and national politics in the form of the Colorado Catholic Conference.  The Colorado Catholic Conference […]


Games intellectuals play

Shortly after President John F. Kennedy’s cabinet met for the first time, Vice President Lyndon Johnson waxed enthusiastic about the best and the brightest to his mentor, Speaker Sam Rayburn. […]

Generous planned gifts help Sterling parish weather COVID-19 crisis

In these remarkable times, we turn to God in prayer for comfort and encouragement. This “pause” we’ve been given has provided us time to reflect on our blessings and the […]

In a nearly empty cathedral, five men answer the call to priesthood 

It was an ordination Mass unlike any the Archdiocese of Denver has ever seen.  Empty pews could be seen throughout the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, with a few […]

Meet the Archdiocese of Denver’s newest priests 

Even in 2020, men are still courageously answering the call to become priests. On May 16, five men were ordained priests for the Archdiocese of Denver, and while the ceremony […]


The gift of John Paul II on his 100th birthday

Well, I’m not in Poland. As you may recall, last winter I told you I was leading a pilgrimage to celebrate St. John Paul II’s 100th birthday in Poland. I […]


WATCH LIVE: Priesthood ordination Mass – Saturday, May 16, 10 a.m.

This Saturday, May 16, five men will be ordained priests for the Archdiocese of Denver. The Mass will be livestreamed at 10 a.m, and all are invited to tune in […]

Now’s your last chance to help end late-term abortion in Colorado

Starting May 15, Coloradoans have one last chance to get Initiative 120 on the November ballot and help end late-term abortion in Colorado. The “cure period” to gather the remaining […]


On John Paul II’s centenary

As the world and the Church mark the centenary of the birth of Pope St. John Paul II on May 18, a kaleidoscope of memories will shape my prayer and […]


Join Archbishop Aquila on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima for Mass

May 13 marks the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, and Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila will celebrate a special Mass for the faithful to tune into. The Mass will be […]

‘An act of love’: Local Catholics sew masks for frontline workers

The COVID-19 pandemic has made wearing a face mask an essential and normal part of everyone’s life. In April, the CDC began recommending that everyone wear a cloth mask in […]

Providing care in isolation

How can doctors help a patient feel cared for when they’re not even allowed near the patient? Doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers are facing immense challenges in caring for […]