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June 5, 2020 | By CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE
DENVER. Organizers of a ballot initiative to prohibit abortion in Colorado after 22 weeks, with an exception to save the life of the mother, said because support has been building in recent weeks they turned in more than 48,000 signatures — far more than the 10,000 needed by May 29 to get the measure on the November ballot.
April 17, 2020 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
COLORADO SPRINGS. April 19 is Divine Mercy Sunday. Although a diocesan Divine Mercy celebration will not be held this year, Pope Francis has granted a new plenary indulgence that can be gained by praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy for an end to the coronavirus pandemic, relief for those who are suffering and eternal salvation for those who have died (see “The Bishop’s Voice” for more information).
Bishop Michael Sheridan will recite the Chaplet of Divine Mercy following his videotaped Mass for April 19, which will be available at www.diocs.org. Several other parishes are offering the opportunity to participate in Divine Mercy devotions, either in person or via Facebook:
January 17, 2020 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
Catholic Schools Week will be observed Jan. 26-Feb. 1 this year. The annual All Schools Mass, which will be celebrated by Bishop Michael Sheridan, is Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. at St. Dominic Parish in Security. Following is a listing of the various activities planned by schools in the diocese for Catholic Schools Week.
October 4, 2019 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
COLORADO SPRINGS. Relics of St. Pio of Pietrelcina — better known as Padre Pio — are touring archdioceses and dioceses around the United States until Nov. 15. The relics will visit St. Mary’s Cathedral on Nov. 3 from 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Bishop Michael Sheridan will celebrate Mass at the cathedral at 9 a.m.
June 7, 2019 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
COLORADO SPRINGS. The Office of Total Catholic Education will hold a six-week course on the Book of Isaiah on Monday evenings from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Corpus Christi Church beginning June 10 (no class the week of July 4). Deacon Rick Bauer, instructor in sacred Scripture for the Permanent Diaconate Formation Program, will teach the course. Registration is free and includes access to all materials.
Colorado dioceses will undergo independent records review
March 1, 2019 | By CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE, THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
DENVER. Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila, on behalf of the bishops of Colorado’s three Catholic dioceses, joined Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser at a news conference Feb. 19 to announce several measures to address child sex abuse, including an independent review of records on abuse claims from the three dioceses.
February 14, 2019 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
DENVER. The Colorado Catholic Conference, the legislative arm of Colorado’s four bishops, is urging opposition to a bill introduced in the Colorado General Assembly that would govern sex education in public and charter schools.
October 19, 2018 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD, KRISTI ANDERSON
ST. CLOUD, Minn. John Gagliardi didn’t care much what anyone thought about his unorthodox coaching methods. With 60 years of coaching football at St. John’s University in Collegeville, he had a record of 489-138-11 and won four national championships (two in NAIA and two in NCAA Division III).
‘Frozen conflict’ has caused humanitarian crisis in Ukraine
August 17, 2018 | By CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE
BALTIMORE. Since 2014, Ukraine “has been a victim of relentless military aggression” and suffered countless human tragedies, but now the media’s attention has shifted away from the country to other conflict zones, the head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church said in an address in Baltimore.
January 19, 2018 | By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
COLORADO SPRINGS. Catholic Schools Week will be observed Jan. 28-Feb. 2 this year. The annual All Schools Mass, which will be celebrated by Bishop Michael Sheridan, is Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. at St. Dominic Parish in Security. Following is a listing of the various activities planned by schools in the diocese for Catholic Schools Week.
November 3, 2017 | By DENNIS SADOWSKI, THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
WASHINGTON. Modern society — largely defined by capitalism and consumerism, burgeoning technology, religious-like allegiance to nation and the rise in secularism — has its roots in the Protestant Reformation, says historian Brad Gregory.
And both are intertwined much more than a lot of people think, according to Gregory, who will speak at Armstrong Hall on the campus of Colorado College on Nov. 9 at 7 p.m.
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