With the first print issue of 2014, Jan. 8, the Denver Catholic Register will return to mail delivery. In addition, the newspaper will also return to former printer, Signature Offset.
“We are excited about these steps as we will be printed on brighter, whiter paper, which makes for a more attractive product,” said Roxanne King, editor. “And a return to mail distribution aims to improve quality of delivery service.”
These latest steps, she continued, are part of the Register’s ongoing efforts at excellence and superior stewardship.
The Denver Catholic Register and her sister publication, the Spanish-language monthly El Pueblo Católico, are the official newspapers of the Denver Archdiocese and the flagship media tools used by Archbishop Samuel Aquila to communicate with his flock.
Born March 17, 1900, over the last century the Register has witnessed numerous changes in the newspaper business in service to the faithful of northern Colorado, King said, including the recently upgraded website, www.denvercatholicregister.org.
“Our goal has stayed constant: we aim to inform, inspire and engage you with the Gospel and the Catholic Church,” she said.
With a circulation of more than 88,000, the award-winning Register is the largest subscription weekly in Colorado and has the third largest circulation in the state overall.
King invites readers to share their comments regarding the changes by contacting her at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 303-715-3215.