What does it fund? The Diocesan Ministry Fund pays for the Bishop’s ministries that can’t be provided at the parish level – like prison and hospital ministry, seminarian and deacon formation, the Marriage Tribunal, Hispanic Ministry, and so on.
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Our founder, Father Michael J. McGivney, was Beatified on 31 October 2020. To honor him, join online for free, from now until 31 December.
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Be aware of scammers, especially at this time of the year. It has been brought to our attention that parishioners
are receiving emails supposedly from other parishioners requesting gift cards. Please be cautious when opening
any emails requesting money, gift cards, etc. The best solution is to delete them.
Go to the L.A. Congress without leaving Pueblo! This year you don’t have to fly to Anaheim to be at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress from February 18-22. Because of the coronavirus, the entire event is being held virtually, accessible on your internet. No expense for plane tickets or lodging. This is one-time only. In the post-vaccine world, the event will be held onsite at the Anaheim Convention Center again. The first day is Youth Day and the next 3 days for “grown-ups,” with over 200 presentations. Registration is $35 (half-price from usual) and will probably start in November. For now you can learn more about the Congress, the largest Catholic event in the United States (30,000 in attendance!), by going to recongress.org. Get a feel for it by watching the 80-second promotional video.