What's Out There?
We want to provide you with further resources to get connected and learn more about the faith! Check out some of the links below!
Catholic Stuff You Should Know is a podcast run by Father Michael O'Loughlin and Father Nathan Goebel, two members of the Companions of Christ in Denver. This hilarious podcast is chock-full of random topics that will draw you into some of the greater mysteries of the Church... and you'll have a good laugh. They're great for a car ride or that random time in the waiting room!
The Companions of Christ is a private association of diocesan clerics whose members seek to live in obedience, chastity, and poverty as they reside and minister in their diocese. Father Brian and several other priests founded the Denver Companions in 2007. These men strive to live in community and to help one another be good and holy priests of the Catholic Church. Check out their website for more information!
Catholic Beer Club (CBC) was founded on the idea that community ought to be fun, and free of agendas. Follow them on Facebook to find out when the next event is! These events are for adults of drinking age who want to enjoy discovering new, fun places in Denver (and meet some cool hipsters along the way).
Vital resources for converts, reverts and those curious about the Catholic faith. If God is calling you, we're here to help you on your way. This website is full of stories from others on this road to the Catholic faith, and other opportunities to learn more about the Catholic faith. It's a guide for your step forward.
Theology on Tap (TOT) is an opportunity to gather with the Denver community and learn something about the Catholic faith in our world today. The monthly gatherings consist in grabbing a drink, and listening to a talk from a member of the community. Bring your friends! Find out when the next event is on the Archdiocese of Denver website. Cheers!
Catholic Answers is an apostolate dedicated to serving Christ by bringing the fullness of Catholic truth to the world. They help good Catholics become better Catholics, bring former Catholics "home," and lead non-Catholics into the fullness of the faith. Check out their website to access a wealth of information and get your answers to any topic!