Adult Faith Formation

The Christian faith is, above all, conversion to Jesus Christ.
Every day is a new opportunity to walk with Jesus and discover aspects of him and yourself that you would not otherwise come to know. Fully participating in your relationship with Jesus will truly make a difference in your life, assuring both growth and fruitfulness – excerpt “Activated Catholic Disciple”
At Christ the King, we invite all adults to participate in cultivating your personal relationship with Christ through the Sacraments, numerous formation offerings, retreats and events.

Catholic Fellowship Group begins on March 3rd (and continuing throughout Lent)

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Sister Joan’s Room (Formation Building)

Following the Call of Christ

Bishop Robert Barron illuminates six biblical stories of conversion, demonstrating how ordinary people, just like you, were approached by Jesus in a wide variety of circumstances and called to a better life through him. Experience how Jesus met and forever changed people like the apostle Matthew, the woman at the well, the rich, young man, and even the three kings who came to see him as a newborn baby in Bethlehem. The common theme in each story is the turning of all one’s attention and energy toward a deeper, more personal connection to Jesus Christ. In his characteristically energetic style, Bishop Barron explains how conversion is not so much a one-time event, but a life-long process that God offers to everyone. “Jesus Christ calls us in thousands of different ways to follow him, as we strive on the path for spiritual excellence,” explains Bishop Barron. Where are you meeting Jesus now and what is your response?

If you have questions please contact Gerald Garduno at 719-252-8508 or Rich Dudley at 719-369-9115.

Woman’s Bible Study Group meets on Wednesday March 4th (continuing throughout lent)

9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. in Sister Joan’s Room (Formation Building)

Following the Call of Christ

Bishop Robert Barron illuminates six biblical stories of conversion, demonstrating how ordinary people, just like you, were approached by Jesus in a wide variety of circumstances and called to a better life through him. Experience how Jesus met and forever changed people like the apostle Matthew, the woman at the well, the rich, young man, and even the three kings who came to see him as a newborn baby in Bethlehem. The common theme in each story is the turning of all one’s attention and energy toward a deeper, more personal connection to Jesus Christ. In his characteristically energetic style, Bishop Barron explains how conversion is not so much a one-time event, but a life-long process that God offers to everyone. “Jesus Christ calls us in thousands of different ways to follow him, as we strive on the path for spiritual excellence,” explains Bishop Barron. Where are you meeting Jesus now and what is your response?

Call Mickie Markowski at 719-545-6506 or Linda Gettler at 719-545-1058 (Leave voice message if no answer.)

Join us for  Part 2 on Human Trafficking on Sunday, March 22nd.  See the flyer below for further information. 

PRAISE REPORT! On Sunday February 9th, 2020 — 70+ Parishioners joined representatives of ACHT-Pueblo to learn more about human trafficking in Colorado, the United States and the World. Topics included what you can do to help prevent human trafficking, a scourge against the dignity of all humanity, especially those enslaved against their will. Discover how you can support services for the survivors of human trafficking. This event is sponsored by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pueblo Colorado.

 

Inviting all Catholics to become immersed in the “Diocese of the Little Way”
The Office of Missionary Discipleship is promoting a new website entitled “The Little Way Equip.”
The goal of the website is to have all Catholics in Southern Colorado register for a weekly email that will deliver on average one new post each week, which everyone subscribed will receive in their email inbox automatically, to stay in touch with the latest and greatest.
You can expect posts about The Joy of the Gospel, Building Amazing Parishes, Forming Intentional Disciples, Prayer and Spirituality, Easy Evangelization, St. Therese of the Child Jesus, and what it means that we are The Diocese of The Little Way.  Plan to get very simple, practical, and exciting messages, tools and resources from our posts. Register today! https://tlwequip.org/
Men’s Bible Study – Topics change frequently
Tuesdays (year-round)
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Sr. Joan’s Room (Far end of Little Flower Formation Building)
Details:  Please contact Sarah at the Parish Office: 719-542-9248 ext. 121.
Or email snelson@ctkpueblo.org

Pictured below: Some of the members of the Catholic Fellowship Group in June of 2019