5 ways to tell if it’s worth it to watch that movie

It can be hard to find movies to watch. A recent Netflix study showed that 18 minutes of our time on a given day is spent just searching for a […]

Women, the world and the Church need your creativity

Creating a culture of hope can start with the smallest of seeds: creativity. This was the message “Hello Beauty” — a retreat aimed to inspire women to encounter God through […]

VIDEO: Add storytelling to your evangelization toolbox

Catholics looking for new ways to evangelize might want to reconsider an old method used and sanctified by God himself—story and lyric. This was the message of prolific Catholic writer […]

Matt Maher coming to Red Rocks, asks for Christian unity

The call for a singular Christian life is a personal mission for musician Matt Maher, who will play two shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer. Maher is a five-time […]

Loreto windows shine

The stained glass windows installed at Our Lady of Loreto Church in Foxfield earlier this year have been recognized by Faith & Form magazine and the Interfaith Forum on Religion, […]

The beauty of healing

The 140-year tradition of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth providing high quality, affordable health care in Denver will soon open a new hospital bathed with natural light, balconies for […]

Lecture: why art is more than decoration

In an upcoming talk, professor Tim Gray of the Augustine Institute will discuss how art is a powerful vehicle to elevate one’s heart and mind to God, and not just […]

Local musician hopes to make album with community support

“Hey, are you the music guy?” Shaun Garrison, musician and worship leader for the Genesee-based Fellowship of Catholic University Students, gets that question regularly at national FOCUS events. “Then they’ll […]

Saintly patron of the arts

The Augustine Institute will acclaim the life and canonization of John Paul II through an artistic celebration April 26. The day before the late pontiff is canonized in Rome, the […]