Bishop Stephen Berg and diocesan staff welcomed John Daneluk as the new director of finance for the Diocese of Pueblo. John is a CPA and brings 25 years of experience which includes auditing, corporate and non-profit accounting and financial management.more
Pueblo’s chapter of the Nocturnal Adoration Society installed new officers on March 7 at St. Mary Help of Christians in Pueblo. Deacon Steve Lumbert conducted the ceremony. New officers replaced people who had been in office for 20 years. The Pueblo chapter is the largest group in the nation with over 500 members. New officers are Art Tapia, president; Jim Bacino, vice-president; Angie Duran, treasurer and Myra Garcia, secretary
The National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC for short) is a biennial gathering of high school youth from around the United States. It is an opportunity for you to experience the true universality of the Catholic Church by praying, going to awesome Mass, and experiencing Christ in reconciliation and adoration with other Catholics from around the United States. NCYC always attracts some of the biggest and best known Catholic speakers and musicians, and brings them together to share their time and experiences with you in break-out sessions and workshops.more
By Daniel Oldenburg
St. John Neumann Catholic School’s 6th Grade Brain Bowl Team competed in the Optimists Annual Brain Bowl. On February 7, 2015 they participated in the Regional Brain Bowl tournament held at Horizon Middle School in Colorado Springs. They placed 2nd overall earning a spot in the state tournament at Hamilton Middle School in Denver on March 21. There, they placed 5th out of the 18 championship teams that competed. Over 80 middle school teams throughout Colorado and Wyoming participated in the Optimist Brain Bowl with St. John Neumann as the only Catholic School to compete. They did an outstanding job against middle schools with 300 kids in their 6th grade classes. They competed against schools from Boulder, Denver, Aspen and Colorado Springs.