You can help advance the mission of the Archdiocese of Denver

Most people can’t envision themselves as philanthropists. That image is reserved for multi-millionaires or even billionaires with well-known names.  Philanthropy is about compassion and generosity for others and the Archdiocese […]


Prudential voting in bad times

Sixty years ago, Father John Courtney Murray, SJ, published what I regard as the finest Catholic analysis of American democracy ever penned: We Hold These Truths – Catholic Reflections on the […]

Vatican Secretariat of State provides context of Pope Francis’ civil union remark

The Vatican’s Secretary of State has asked papal representatives to share with bishops some clarifications regarding comments on civil unions made by Pope Francis in a recently released documentary, according […]

(Almost) Saints: Six faithful Catholics on their way to sainthood

All Saints’ Day marks the perfect occasion to remember all of those in heaven who intercede for us here on earth. The Communion of Saints is vast and consists of […]

Blessed Michael McGivney: A light in the depth of the mines

In the late 1800s, it became common for many Catholic working men of different ages to dust off their dirty clothes after a hard day’s work at the mines or railroads and attend something more than a meeting – a brotherhood that had brought hope in their suffering, acceptance in rejection, and unity amid […]

Plenary indulgences for Faithful Departed extended throughout November due to pandemic

With the feast the of Faithful Departed approaching, the faithful know it’s a special time of prayer for those who have gone before us. This year, due to the COVID-19 […]

We are a remnant people

In a letter to the world’s bishops dated August 15, the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary, and approved for publication by Pope Francis on Sept. 3, Robert Cardinal Sarah, […]


Why Christians need to talk about religion & politics

There are two things you can’t talk about in public…and the consequences of our silence are real. Learn how this happened and why we need a new approach. We need […]

LISTEN: Archbishop Aquila talks Prop 115 on The Dan Caplis Show

Yesterday, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila appeared on The Dan Caplis Show on 630 KHOW to discuss why people need to vote “YES” on Proposition 115 and help ban late-term abortion […]

2020 Catholic Voter Guide

As faithful Catholics, it is our duty and obligation to take part in shaping the moral character of our community, our state, and our country—especially in a time of so […]

As Coloradans consider late-term abortion ban, statistics shed light on Boulder clinic

By Jonah McKeown/Catholic News Agency Coloradans are preparing for a ballot referendum that would ban abortion after 22 weeks of pregnancy in the state. While abortion advocates argue that such […]

Q&A: Despite the pandemic, Annunciation Heights continues to joyfully fulfill its mission

The COVID-19 pandemic upended a lot of summer plans across multiple industries. The hit was felt especially hard at summer camps around the country, including our very own Annunciations Heights.  […]