Roxanne King

Roxanne King

Columnist

Want to support moral truth? Just show up to this rally

It’s free, family friendly and quick. Yet it may be the most effective public advocacy the faithful can do—besides voting—to support traditional marriage, parental rights, religious liberty and the humanity […]

Mullen Home marks 100 years of loving service in Denver

“I saw clean clothes, happy faces, and even radiant health. Between the youthful sisters and these old people reigns a mutual affection and respect to gladden the heart.” So reads […]

‘Love in action’ fights nursing home residents’ loneliness

Her life’s work, she says, is a legacy to her grandmother and was inspired through prayer. “I was mad at God at the time, asking ‘Why does [Granny] have to […]

Risen Christ Parish honors past 50 years, looks to future

Its unique architecture has led some people to call it “the ski jump” church. The pastor, however, prefers to call it “the launching pad to heaven.” Officially named Risen Christ […]

Catholic Charities opens Denver’s largest women’s homeless shelter

On Aug. 24, Catholic Charities opened the largest women’s-only homeless shelter in Denver. Samaritan House Women’s Shelter in northeast Denver will offer emergency overnight shelter for up to 100 single […]

Treating Eucharist like fast food? This book can help

Denver native Francis J. Pierson, 65, is an author, blogger, composer and former cartographer whose previous books explored Colorado’s mining history and Denver’s architecture. His newest book, Word Without End: […]

Four questions for new Seeds of Hope head

On June 30, Seeds of Hope Charitable Trust got a new executive director. Jay Clark, 53, who has worked in communications in both for- and nonprofit entities, is now charged […]

Eastern Plains parish is ‘God’s happy acre’

While St. Mary Parish in Brush is 106 years old, the church building itself just marked its 50th anniversary on June 19. To honor the milestone, on June 25 parishioners […]

Shepherds in the street

For the last several years, the Neocatechumenal Way, a charism of the Catholic Church that aims to bring people to mature Christian faith, has announced the Good News of Jesus […]

Arvada parish marks half-century of Christian love, community

On the feast of St. Joan of Arc, May 30, the only church in the Denver Archdiocese named after the 15th century French peasant girl turned soldier marked it’s 50th […]

Preparing for the hour of death

The Catholic Church “encourages us to prepare ourselves for the hour of our death,” (Catechism 1014), and provides ministry to the dying. Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter Father Joseph Hearty, […]

Book by professor-priest aims to right theology of the body misinterpretations

From 1979 to 1984 St. John Paul II gave 129 general audience talks on human sexuality and the human person that came to be called the “theology of the body.” […]