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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 […]

World Youth Day pilgrims retrace John Paul II’s footsteps

One group of Denver World Youth Day pilgrims retraced Saint John Paul II’s footsteps in Denver before heading off to Krakow…literally. During the week prior to leaving for World Youth […]

Suggested Spiritual Reading from Father James Thermos

In honor of Catholic bookstore month, we asked Father James Thermos for his thoughts on spiritual reading. Father Thermos leads the spirituality year for St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in […]

Local book helps youth navigate discernment pitfalls

Today’s young adults are sometimes called the ‘maybe’ generation for avoiding decisions about their vocation, said Father Anthony of the Transfiguration. Habits of hiding behind short term goals, letting failures […]

What is consecrated life? Find out at April 26 open houses

To honor the Year of Consecrated Life, seven religious communities in the Archdiocese of Denver invite the faithful to learn more about their way of life through open houses from […]

Faithful invited to a ‘joyful moment of communion’

To honor the Year of Consecrated Life, religious communities are eagerly opening the doors to their homes and inviting the faithful in to learn about their way of life. The […]

Beatitudes Sister appointed to interfaith post

In April, Sister Magdalit Bolduc, C.B., was named the Denver Archdiocese’s liaison for Jewish-Catholic relations. In the decree appointing her, Archbishop Samuel Aquila said she has the “necessary qualities, prudence […]