Curtail our culture of violence by addressing abortion

Many people are worried about the increasing levels of violence in our country, and over the past week, three states passed laws that address a key contributor to our culture […]


Vocations are given, not manufactured

There are many uncertainties in life, but as the Church observed World Vocation Day on May 12, I want to remind everyone — especially young people — that you can […]

A home for our fathers: Prophet Elijah House officially opened for retired priests

Life is coming full circle for several retired priests in the Archdiocese of Denver. “This is a coming home for our priests,” Deacon Mark Wolbach told a crowd of more […]

New resources for engaged couples

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila has asked that engaged couples experience more robust training before tying the knot. “If a priest is put through seven years of seminary because we’re preparing […]

“Your hearts must burn with love”: Six men ordained to diaconate (PHOTO GALLERY)

Six men were ordained transitional deacons Feb. 7. During the ceremony at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila reminded the men that they are both […]

Myth-busting facts on physician-assisted suicide in Colorado

Two identical bills that aim to make physician-assisted suicide legal in Colorado were introduced Jan. 13 in the State Senate and House—Senate Bill 25 and House Bill 1054. A bill to do the […]

Worthy of the Name: Vision document aims to revitalize Catholic schools

Catholic schools week is Jan. 31 – Feb 6, and in honor of the occasion, the Office of Catholic Schools is releasing a vision document highlighting what characteristics make a […]

Two missionary seminarians ordained deacons

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila presided over the ordination Mass of Deacon Freddy Londoño and Deacon Guillermo Bustillos Nov. 7, who are now ready to embark on their new, divinely-given mission. […]

Catholic schools look to the future

Nearly 200 teachers, principals, pastors and archdiocesan leaders gathered with Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila at the Radisson Denver Southeast Oct. 5-6 for a two-day symposium to discuss the challenges currently […]

An insider’s perspective on Planned Parenthood videos

Dr. John Bruchalski speaks all over the country on his conversion from abortionist to founder of a large pro-life medical clinic in northern Virginia, but when he comes to Denver […]

Denver Priest Leads Pilgrimage to Hometown of Philadelphia for Pope’s Visit

Father Joe Doman was born and raised in Philadelphia, a city known for its rich historical landmarks, cheesesteak sandwiches, and of course, Father Doman’s favorite NFL team. However, after last […]

Archbishop Aquila celebrates Mass in Philly with Denver Pilgrims

Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila celebrated Mass today with some 300 pilgrims in Philadelphia attending the World Meeting of Families, one day ahead of Pope Francis’ scheduled arrival in the city. […]