'A Great Loss': Church Mourns Leader Who Died Of Cancer At Age 33Juan Carlos Reyes was the Director of Centro San Juan Diego, a resource center for immigrants trying to assimilate to life in Denver.
Appeal Filed Over Merger Of Two Churches By Archdiocese Of DenverA Denver church has filed an appeal to a decision by the Archdiocese of Denver to merge it with a larger church nearby.
Archbishop Calls Out Regis University For Urging Staff To Support DragThe Catholic archbishop of Denver called out a local Jesuit-Catholic university's provost for encouraging faculty to attend a student drag show.
Victim Speaks Out On Heels Of Church Sex Scandal Indictment ReportA woman who lives in Colorado is speaking out to give others hope decades after she suffered sexual abuse, allegedly at a Catholic parish.
Former Slave Julia Greeley Is First Coloradan To Be Proposed For SainthoodThe Archdiocese of Denver is submitting over 17,000 pages of evidence to the Vatican stating why Julia Greeley should be canonized.
Denver Archdiocese Calls For End Of 'Immoral Policy' At Southern BorderDenver’s Archdiocese is saying there needs to be an end to the “immoral policy and pursue solutions that support family cohesiveness.”
'Father Woody Party' Helps Homeless Families For 35th YearThe annual event is made possible by donations from Regis University, the Daniels Fund, Holy Ghost Church and the Archdiocese of Denver.
Hundreds Protest Archdiocese Of Denver's Church Closing MoveThe faithful at Our Lady of Visitation are fighting back against the Archdiocese of Denver after they forced them to stop offering mass to parishioners April 30.
Small Catholic Church Protests Decision To Shut It DownOur Lady of Visitation Catholic Church is fighting back against the Archdiocese of Denver's orders to shut the church down.
Diaper Bank Helps Supply Need For Colorado FamiliesEvery baby needs them but one in three families in America can't afford diapers. That's where the Bottom Line Diaper Bank comes in.
Colorado Catholics React To Pope's Comments On GaysColorado Catholics are reacting to the Pope's comments on homosexuals. He told reporters during his flight home from Brazil that he won't judge gay priests for their sexual orientation.