• Denver Catholics answer America’s affordable housing crisis

    Denver Catholics answer America’s affordable housing crisis

    • Oct 30, 2017

    As America watches its supply of housing considered “affordable” for low-income families shrink by an estimated 60 percent since 2010, the Archdiocese of Denver is doing something about it by opening a new “Guadalupe Apartments” complex of affordable studio, one- and two-bedroom units, while continuing to run a 60-bed “Guadalupe Shelter” for the homeless on the same site.

  • Denver archbishop addresses teen social media use, suicide spike

    Denver archbishop addresses teen social media use, suicide spike

    • Oct 25, 2017

    While the teenage years have “always been a time of uncertainty, as physiological and emotional development takes place,” Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver said, the pervasive influence of social media in today’s world adds a new dimension to adolescence in the 21st century. Data from recent government surveys indicate a huge spike in rates of adolescent depression and related mental health issues.

  • Denver bishop says, “To migrate is a destiny, not a choice”

    Denver bishop says, “To migrate is a destiny, not a choice”

    • Oct 13, 2017

    While Dreamers have been in the limelight of the immigration debate, migrant farm workers have been harvesting our crops in harsh temperatures and little time off. The auxiliary bishop of Denver sees their plight, and wants to be of service to them.