Join us for Mass in the Church or Adrians Hall at 4:00p.m. on Saturday or 8:00a.m. and 11:00a.m. on Sunday – Doors open 30 minutes before each Mass














Update on our livestreamed Masses:

The Mass will not be livestreamed on June 20th.

The Mass will be livestreamed on June 13th and June 27th
Mass may be viewed through the Wednesday following the live broadcast.

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Phase-Out Schedule for COVID-19 Restrictions
I am pleased to announce that we are now at the point when we can continue to phase-out the COVID-19 restrictions we’ve lived with for a year and three months. Starting this weekend (June 12-13), mask-wearing in church will no longer be required; it is optional for those who are fully-vaccinated. We hope that if you are not vaccinated, you will continue to wear a mask in consideration of your brothers and sisters here. We will also end social distancing in the church, but we will continue to offer social distancing in the parish hall until the end of June. The seaters ministry is now discontinued.
The following weekend (June 19-20), Holy Water will reappear, and the collection basket will be passed around for those who are not giving online. We really do prefer you give online.
The last weekend of June (June 26-27), the contact tracing ministry will be discontinued, and the Narthex will no longer have separate entrance and exit lanes. We will also place missalettes and hymnals in the pews so congregational singing can resume.
Coffee and Donuts after Mass will start up the second Sunday of July (July 11th). The choir will return in September, after their usual summer break.
Confessions (the Sacrament of Reconciliation) will be held in Adrians Hall on
Saturdays from 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm.
(Enter by hall door near the office parking lot across from the garage.)


The Parish Office is Open by Appointment Only

The Parish Office is open by appointment only.  We are following the  Pueblo Health Department guidelines for businesses. We will not be accepting “walk-ins” to the parish office at this time to limit the spread of the coronavirus and to adhere to the recommendations for limiting the number of people in the office at one time.  Masks must be worn.

The parish staff will be available by appointment, phone or email. Please see the staff listing with our phone extensions and email addresses. We encourage you to arrange an appointment time with the staff member you need to see.

We appreciate your understanding during this time as we transition in the coming weeks while staying safe.  This is for our staff’s protection and yours so that we do not spread the virus amongst our staff or parishioners.

The Parish Office is usually open Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Hours will vary as we transition from working at home to working at the office.  Various staff will also be taking some much needed vacation time in the next couple of months, which will cause the office not to be open as scheduled.  Please contact us to schedule an appointment.

The Parish Office will be closed on Memorial Day.


Bob Mysliwiec, Accountant, Ext. 115

Corey Compton, Deacon  Ext. 251,

John Ozella, Fr. – Pastor  Ext. 116,

Katharine Redmond  Ext. 114, Pastoral Associate for Worship,

Laura Fisher Escalera  Ext. 113, Pastoral Associate for Religious Formation,

Lori Judkins   Ext. 118, Pastoral Associate for Liturgical Music,

Mary Meissner   Ext. 111, Administrative Assistant – General Mailbox: Option 7,

Sarah Nelson  Ext. 121, Pastoral Associate for Youth and Adult Pastoral Care,

Zack Garduno   Ext. 252, High School Discipleship Coordinator,


An important letter from Fr. John Ozella


May 15, 2021

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

We, along with many of you, are encouraged by the CDC’s guidance for those who are fully vaccinated
and the normal interactions it brings.  Christ the King will continue to follow the guidance of our local
health officials and as directed by Bishop Berg, which means we will continue to wear masks and
socially distance at Mass until our local guidelines change.

We know many of you have done your part to care for our faith community and advance the ability to
interact normally with one another, and we are grateful.  We understand also that this may cause
frustration, and we ask for your continued patience, and concessions with grace and charity,
as we all put our trust in God and the wisdom of our diocesan leadership.

Affectionately in Christ,

Fr. John O