Roxanne King


A priest’s top five reasons for returning to confession

Father Andreas Hoeck, Chair of sacred Scripture at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary and a confessor at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, shared five reasons with the Denver […]

Franciscan province marks 75 years

On Sept. 21 the Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity, Sacred Heart Province, celebrated the 75th anniversary of their province with a Mass at Guardian Angels Parish […]

On Catholics and politics

Below is the introduction to the Doctrinal Note on the Participation of Catholics in Political Life promulgated by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on Nov. 24, 2002. […]

Dominican Sister Mary Regis Nuva dies at 86

Dominican Sister of Hope Mary Regis Nuva, the face of the Dominican Home Health Agency in Denver, died Sept. 22. She was 86 years of age. She was born Sept. […]

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Hope and a future

Countless blessings. That’s what I’ve received in my 16 years with the Denver Catholic Register. It has been a gift and a privilege to serve the Church in her work […]

Fashioning lives that flourish

Just out of college, Christina Lynch landed a job as a secretary at a men’s clothing company and quickly rose through the ranks in sales, marketing and design. Six years […]

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I’m a teen mom with a future

October is Respect Life Month. The following testimonial was adapted from a paper written for a senior class high school assignment in March. Erika Leon is now 19 and a student at […]

Two parishes to mark 125 years

Denver’s Dominican Parish                 St. Dominic Parish, 2915 Federal Blvd. in Denver will celebrate its 125th year as a parish with a 3 […]

Domestic violence happens. Then what?

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence is a crime. Perpetrators need to be prosecuted. Then what? Often, in our inability to understand cruelty and violence, we look […]

Dominican Sister Mary Regis Nuva retires

Dominican Sister Mary Regis Nuva died Sept. 22. An obituary will be posted later today. The story below is about Sister Regis’ retirement last week from nursing.           After more than 60 years of […]

From perfecting a website to building a social network, media experts to teach how

In a 2013 survey of what parishes want, a top request was “help with using new media to reach people.” In response, the Office of Evangelization and Family Life Ministries, […]

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Church leaders, lawmakers meet to advocate for Mideast Christians

A historic ecumenical and bipartisan summit held in Washington, D.C., Sept. 9-11 to advocate for the safety of Christians and other minorities in the Middle East drew 1,200 people from […]