Follow the Register on Twitter
By Roxanne King
In February, Catholic Press Month, I shared here that while the Denver Catholic Register is proud to be the Denver Archdiocese’s flagship communication tool, we also appreciate and value new media and aim to use it to expand our reach in spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ.
We’ve done so for many years by putting the Register online at www.DenverCatholicRegister.org. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve recently added the online micro-blog Twitter to our media tools to help promote the Register and engage our readers.
Twitter is a social networking service that enables its users to send and read “tweets”—messages of up to 140 characters.
By setting up a free Twitter account (www.twitter.com), you can read Register updates on your computer or mobile device.
To follow the Denver Catholic Register and its reporters go to:
Rest assured that our use of this new media platform doesn’t mean the print edition of the Register is going away; it’s simply one more way for us to carry on our 112 years of service and ensure that we continue informing, inspiring and engaging you with the Gospel and the Catholic Church far into the future.