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Catholic Baby University » Program helps prepare parents for the real deal Obituary » Monsignor Michael Glenn was a 'priest to the end' Lego League » St. Mary Littleton students headed to world competition Way of the Cross » Let us all walk together 720-201-7193 4114 S Parker Rd, Aurora, Co 80014 "Sweet" Easter Gifts That Last a Lifetime 300 YEARS OF PURE CRAFTMANSHIP Bethlehem Handicrafts SCAN ME Over 1,000 handcrafted olive wood pieces in store. "T he doctor said that, if I wanted to save my baby's life, I had to give birth in the next hour. I was only 26 weeks preg- nant," Maria Ramos recalled with tears in her eyes the painful moment in which she thought she would lose her child Mateo. Her hus- band, Ricardo Luna, and BY VLADIMIR MAURICIO-PEREZ How a baby born at 26 weeks became a light of faith to his family » 'He's a miracle' Maria Ramos feeds her son Mateo while visiting him in the neonatal intensive care unit at University of Colorado-Anschutz Hospital March 17. Mateo was born at just 26 weeks, and despite the chal- lenges, his family is grateful for the gift of his life. PHOTO BY AARON LAMBERT VOLUME XCV - NO. 5 | 119 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE GOSPEL | MARCH 23-APRIL 12, 2019 | @DenverCatholic | |

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