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Get away to pray » Great spots for a summer retreat Class of 2019 »16 Congrats to all of our grads! J.R.R. Tolkien » The Catholic origins of The Lord of the Rings Perspectives »• Bishop Barron weighs in on California confession bill VOLUME XCV - NO. 9 | 119 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE GOSPEL | MAY 25-JUNE 7, 2019 | @DenverCatholic | | 720-201-7193 4114 S Parker Rd, Aurora, Co 80014 Carving by HAND for over 300 years! BEAUTIFUL ONE OF A KIND GIFTS Bethlehem Handicrafts Archbishop endorses the family business SCAN ME OLIVE WOOD Over 1,000 handcrafted pieces on display BY AARON LAMBERT H e loved the outdoors. He loved technology. He loved his friends. He just plain loved. Kendrick Castillo was a faithful, kind and caring individual whose life was tragically cut short May 7 when he heroically lunged toward a shooter that attacked STEM School Highla nds Ranch STEM shooting hero remembered for his unwavering kindness and faith »• John and Maria Castillo, center, stand before their son Kend- rick's casket during his funeral Mass May 17. Kendrick was killed in a shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch May 8. His life and heroic actions have served as an inspiration for the local Catholic community, as well as the wider Colorado and national communities. PHOTO BY ANDREW WRIGHT 'He's with his true father' JOHN CASTILLO, KENDRICK'S DAD

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