Broken But Blessed

Broken But Blessed will meet tonight in Sr. Joan’s Room at the Formation Center from 6 to 7:30pm. The session tonight is “Understanding the Stages of Grief.” You are welcome to join us even if you did not attend the first session.  If you have questions, please contact Marcia Griglak or Deacon John Chavez.

See the flyer for more details.

News and Events at Other Pueblo Parishes and in the Community

Join us on Friday, April 12th for the St. Therese Catholic School (STCS) Fundraiser Concert at
Cathedral Hall in downtown Pueblo!
​A limited number of tickets are available now for seating
inside the venue. We will also have an open-air section available in the
parking lot with food trucks from
5:30-6:45 P.M. 
Not included in the ticket price are the cost of a meal from the food trucks and entries in the 50/50 raffle.
Tickets may also be available at the gate.  More info at:

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Pro-Life Info Southern Colorado


Why does Pueblo have a Life Chain in the spring?

On April 25, 1967, here in Colorado,

Governor John Love signed the nation’s first pro-abortion measure into law. One of the prime sponsors of the bill was Democrat Richard Lamm, who would later become governor. In response to the passage of the bill, a group of Colorado citizens founded the first Right to Life Committee in the nation, years before Roe and Doe made abortion legal nationwide. At the same time Birthright, a crisis pregnancy organization, the first in the nation, was established in Denver. The original Birthright was a Canadian organization.


On April 4,2022 here in Colorado

Governor Jared Polis signed into law the nation’s most reprehensible pro-abortion measure – RHEA, Reproductive Health Equity Act.


So, Pro-Life of Southern Colorado organizes a Life Chain during the month of April to call attention to those two tragic events. Life Chain is designed to help build a resolute arm of Christians who are pro-life in both word and deed, providing God witnesses that He will anoint and use to save lives and change hearts in Pueblo. Life Chain is only a first step into pro-life activism, but it is a major step that tests our hearts and helps prepare us to defend the defenseless among us.


Pueblo Life Chains are set for April 21, 2024, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

There are two locations: Northern Avenue and Moore Avenue

Hwy 50 and Club Manor Drive

LIFE CHAIN is a time for repentance, prayerful self-analysis, and serious commitment to help end abortion in our nation. We stand or sit on the sidewalk holding pro-life signs and pray. Pro-Life of Southern Colorado will have signs available.

Contact person:  Linda Brown, Pro-Life of Southern Colorado    303 319-0255