Roxanne King

Roxanne King

Columnist

Q&A: Book breaks open Church teachings on human life and love

Denver resident Terry Polakovic, co-founder of the Catholic women’s study group Endow, once heard that you can know all of history and what’s going on in the culture by following […]

Pillar Project rally urges, thanks lawmakers defending pillars of moral truth

Traditional marriage, parental rights, religious liberty and the humanity of the unborn — many of the great religions of the world agree on these four pillars of moral truth that […]

Q&A: Look Again, Thomas!

“Left and right, up and down, straight and crooked, and all around they went…” so goes the delightful new children’s book by the Sisters of Life, Look Again, Thomas! In […]

Q&A: Outcasts documentary a call to action, producer says

Powerful. Disturbing. Beautiful. Inspiring. That’s how viewers are describing award-winning Outcasts, the latest film by Joe Campo, owner and producer of Grassroots Films. For mature audiences, Outcasts documents the hard, […]

Catholic Charities joins with St. Raphael Counseling to increase services

Two Catholic counseling agencies serving the Denver Archdiocese have united to expand services to the community, officials said. The change was effective May 1. St. Raphael Counseling, founded in 2009, […]

Pope to Neocatechumenal Way pilgrims at jubilee: ‘Go!’

On May 5, at the grounds of Tor Vergata University, Pope Francis met with 150,000 members of the Neocatechumenal Way from across the globe to mark the 50th anniversary of […]

Catholic health clinic fights back against defamatory video

Marisol Health threatened legal action publicly May 23 against ProgressNow Colorado demanding that Marisol’s image and reference be removed from a propaganda video that mischaracterizes the women’s health care and […]

Fifty years of building Christ’s community together at Queen of Peace

Queen of Peace Parish in Aurora, while predominately middle to lower income, is the most diverse in the archdiocese and among the busiest. It is a beacon of hope for […]

Renovation to make Catholic-centered senior home even better

In his 56 years of priestly ministry, Msgr. Don Dunn has visited a lot of senior living homes. “They don’t always radiate happiness,” he told the Denver Catholic. Then, referring […]

Earthly stewardship is a Christian virtue

In Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical, Laudato si, subtitled “On Care for Our Common Home,” the Holy Father calls all people to an “ecological conversion,” whereby one’s encounter with Jesus Christ […]

Unique shop brings Holy Land art here, sustains Christians there

It’s the only one in the United States and it’s located in the Archdiocese of Denver. The well-known and respected Bethlehem Handicrafts, which imports carved olive wood items from the […]

Responding to growth, St. Mark’s breaks ground on expansion

Among those cheering the March 11 groundbreaking for the renovation and expansion of St. Mark Parish in Westminster were Tricia and Tom Palko. They couldn’t have been happier as St. […]