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Denver at World Youth Day by the numbers

The Archdiocese of Denver has around 600 pilgrims attending World Youth Day. Our pilgrims come from every corner of our archdiocese, from Granby to Foxfield, from Fort Collins to Conifer. Some […]

Meet Denver’s newest priests: James Claver and Matthew Magee

The priestly ordination took place May 14 at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. The ordination was recorded and can be viewed here. Over the next few days, the Denver Catholic will […]

Empowered to read

For a child with dyslexia, reading can be a nightmare. Statistics show that one in five students have a language-based learning disability, the most common of which is dyslexia. The […]

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: April 14, 2016

OFFICIAL APPOINTMENTS: April 14, 2016 The following are granted Presbyteral Faculties of the Archdiocese of Denver on the day of their ordination to their priesthood (May 14, 2016) and appointed […]

Snow stuck: March for Life pilgrims perservere through blizzard

Pro-life advocates attending the March for Life in Washington D.C. on Jan. 22 were in for a cold surprise when a mammoth blizzard dumped nearly three feet of snow on […]

Fostering Catholic identity in Catholic schools

Living the Catholic Faith should be evident in all aspects of life, and especially so in the classroom, according to the organizer of the inaugural Catholic High School Formation Summit […]

Catholic Education – Worth the sacrifice

The Villareal family will make almost any sacrifice to get their sons to Catholic school by the first bell. During the upcoming school year, Wendy Villareal and her two sons […]

Big ideas reap big benefits for seniors

A group of Bishop Machebeuf High School seniors got big ideas about their faith—and won big after they shared it. Sister John Peter Clarke, O.P., charged the 11 seniors in […]

Growth, innovation top priorities for superintendent

An educator who started his career teaching at Bishop Machebeuf High School 10 years ago is making his way back to Denver to serve as superintendent of the Archdiocese of […]

Church centralizes fundraising efforts to better serve donors

The Catholic Foundation of Northern Colorado (TCF) has taken a new approach to help advance the mission of the Church by centralizing development and fundraising personnel of several ministries into […]

Can Colorado givers make it a three-peat?

Local Catholic ministries and organizations hope for a three-peat of generous donations next week through the online philanthropy campaign Colorado Gives Day. For some of these ministries, this is at […]

11-year-olds and 11th-graders focus on vocations

Last week, nearly 1,000 sixth-graders from Archdiocese of Denver Catholic elementary schools and 145 young women, juniors from Bishop Machebeuf and Holy Family High Schools, had an opportunity to learn […]