- Oct 22, 2020
“A nice crop” of vocations is something the Capuchin Franciscans are celebrating this July in the Province of St. Conrad, whose headquarters are in Denver.
A bike ride of almost 420 miles in the Colorado Rockies over six days sounds grueling but it is not nearly as difficult as being homeless year-round, said the co-captain of a team that made the high-altitude ride to raise money for programs and services provided by Denver Catholic Charities for homeless people.
The Archdiocese of Denver hosted a special Mass on Thursday in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the death of Julia Greeley, who is the first person from Colorado to be proposed for sainthood.
In a pastoral letter marking the 50th anniversary of ‘Humane Vitae,’ Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver says the text was “prophetic” in the way it “defended the integrity of married love.”
The rector of a seminary in Denver, Colorado cautions against generalizing about the Millennial generation. He is optimistic about them and their spiritual inclinations.
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.