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In this global pandemic, be charitable and stay home

There can no longer be any doubt about it — with COVID-19, we are living through a historic pandemic, one that requires swift action and societal cooperation. To think otherwise […]

Can’t go to confession during coronavirus? Consider an ‘act of perfect contrition’

By Jonah McKeown/Catholic News Agency Imagine that Michael, a practicing Catholic, committed a mortal sin yesterday. Normally, Michael would go to confession. But because of the coronavirus pandemic, he can’t. […]

What Colorado’s ‘Stay-at-Home’ order means for parishes

Over the past few weeks, city, county, and state officials have issued public health orders to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. On Thursday, March 26, a state-wide “Stay-at-Home“ order went into effect […]

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Pray with Pope Francis on March 27

On Friday, March 27, at 11 a.m. Mountain Time, Pope Francis is inviting the global Church to join him in prayer for an end to the coronavirus pandemic and the […]

Mass cancellations: Are we lacking in faith?

As dioceses across the world have decided to cancel Mass due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many faithful have asked various questions concerning the value of the Eucharist and what […]

Legislative update: Initiative 120 may still need more signatures, death penalty repealed

Over the last several months, the Colorado pro-life community has been asked to help change abortion laws in Colorado by signing ballot initiative 120, which would prohibit abortions after 22 […]

A Call for Hope: 20,000 faithful share phone conversation with Archbishop Aquila

Social distancing provides a great opportunity to do something many of us likely don’t do much of anymore: speak on the phone. And on Sunday, March 22, that’s exactly what […]

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The Gospel of Life: Medicine for our times

It has been 25 years since St. John Paul II released his landmark encyclical Evangelium Vitae – The Gospel of Life – which made a significant contribution to the Church’s […]

What are the preeminent life issues?

By Father Luis Granados, dcjm As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Evangelium Vitae, an old question reappears in our conversations: Can we still talk about preeminent life issues? Are […]

The Gospel of God’s love for man and the dignity of the human person

By Father Angel Perez-Lopez As we celebrate the anniversary of St. John Paul II’s encyclical Evangelium Vitae (EV), we must acknowledge the many challenges present in our culture that undermine […]

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“Wittenberg” in synodal slow motion

As Yale’s Carlos Eire masterfully demonstrated in Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450-1650, there was no one “Protestant Reformation” but rather several religious movements, often in disagreement with each other, […]

Parishes need our support. Here’s how you can help.

Even though public Masses have been suspended, our parishes continue to support the community in this time of great need. The reality is that in the midst of this pandemic, […]