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About RSS Feeds
What is RSS?
When you "subscribe" to an RSS feed, you will receive alerts of the latest updates made to that particular content. You will receive alerts either via e-mail, or via an RSS Reader - we recommend Google Reader. It's free - and fairly user-friendly, but you will need to have a Google acount. Click here to watch a How-To Video on how to sign up for a Google Reader account.
For example: If you subscribe to our RSS feed titled "Archbishop's Writings & Discourses," you will receive alerts when Archbishop Chaput's latest newspaper column has been published, as well as when the full text of any address or statement that he has delivered, has been published to our website at www.archden.org.
Why use RSS Feeds?
- You don’t have to give us your personal data such as e-mail, mail or even your name! You remain anonymous.
- You don’t have to remember to check out our website for new content every day. Breaking news comes to you!
- You decide which web sites you want to "follow."
- You decide how often you want to receive updates.
- If you get tired of us, you can choose to "unsubscribe" at any point.
The Archdiocese of Denver offers the following RSS Feeds:
Bishop Conley's Writings and Discourses
George Weigel's Syndicated Column
Breaking Open the Word
Press Releases and Media Advisories
Chris Stefanick's Syndicated Column
Breaking Catholic News|