CALL TO ACTION SB 95 and HB 1099
CALL TO ACTION
Senate Bill 95 - Repeal the Death Penalty
House Bill 1099 - Concerning the Termination of State Funding for Higher Education Institutions that Engage in the Trafficking of Aborted Human Body Parts
Pro-life club files free speech lawsuit against CSU
After being denied a grant to host a pro-life speaker, CSU Students for Life has filed a lawsuit against the college, citing an infringement on their First Amendment rights to free speech.
Catholic millennials in the digital age: How do I date?!
The dating game is hard, especially for Catholic millennials. It's hard to know how to utilize technology while on the dating scene, and even more so, how that fits into a Catholic's call to date with a purpose. So how are millennials managing? We investigate.
Bishops respond to executive order on refugees
The current bishops of Colorado, as well as two of Denver’s former bishops, Archbishops Charles J. Chaput and José H. Gomez, have responded to President Donald J. Trump’s recent executive orders regarding immigration and refugees.
Catholic health networks opt-out of physician-assisted suicide
Local Catholic hospitals are exercising their right to opt-out of participating in the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act, which legalized physician-assisted suicide. Some are questioning their rights to do so.
Archbishop Aquila: Five ways to make America great again
The inauguration of President Trump has left our country in a seemingly divided state, and it feels anyting but great. Archbishop Aquila has some encouraging words and shares a few ways that Catholics can lead the charge in truly making America great again
Confessions of a Catholic revert
Dr. Francis Beckwith, visiting professor of conservatiove thought and policy at CU Boukder and self-proclaimed Catholic revert, will be speaking at Archbishop's Lecture Series Feb. 7. Combining witty humor with a robust intellect, he's one speaker you won't want to miss.