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You will receive an email thanking you for your contributions!

You will also have a record of your donations at your fingertips!

If you need help contact Mary Meissner at mmeissner@ctkpueblo.org.


A resource for conversing with your teen

Hello parents and guardians –

I recently ran across an email that said “Stuck at Home with Your Teen?  Watch this…”  What a great opening line!  I’m loving being home with my teenagers, but I’m always looking for better ways to communicate with them.  Part of that is learning their language.  This link is for a Christian company called Axis – and it helps you understand your teenager’s vocabulary and what is going on in their lives.  It also helps you connect that to Gospel values.  And it doesn’t cost you anything – they send newsletters for free.  They are releasing three 10 minute video’s over the next few days to help you have meaningful conversations with your teen.
Here is a link to watch the first video and learn more about Axis:

Laura Fisher Escalera
Pastoral Associate for Religious Formation
Christ the King Parish
(719) 542-9248 ext. 113


Let Sarah Nelson know if you have requests for Prayers…

Prayer Line

The Gift of Intercessory Prayer:
“Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, and persevere in prayer.” Romans 12:12

God invites us into a relationship with Him that is both personal and communal. He speaks to us through His Son, Jesus Christ, the Word-made-flesh. Prayer is our response to God who is already speaking or, better yet, revealing Himself to us. Therefore, prayer is not merely an exchange of words, but it engages the whole person in a relationship with God the Father, through the Son, and in the Holy Spirit. –-USCCB “United States Conference of Catholic Bishops”

Mission: To pray for the intentions provided from the Prayer Line.  We welcome prayer requests by either phone call or email.

Volunteer Prayer line ministers receive weekly texts (through Flocknote platform) or email or phone calls of prayer requests as they come in. Volunteer prayer ministers then pray for the requests within their own personal prayer time and in their own way.

Do you have a prayer request?

Or would you like to join in the gift of intercessory prayer and become a part of the network of volunteers currently praying?

Click here for a brief explanation of the Prayer Line Ministry and what your role could look like

For more details contact Sarah at 542-9248 ext. 121 or email her at snelson@ctkpueblo.org


Flocknote is a program run by Christ the King that will send you texts or emails of upcoming events and Catholic videos.  Additionally on Flocknote you will have access to the Bishop Robert Barron’s “Word on Fire” digital library! Thanks to a generous grant from the Pueblo Catholic Foundation there is no cost to you.

How do I sign up for Flocknote?

  • Text: CTKPueblo (it is case sensitive) to the number 84576
  • Flocknote will send you a text with a link.
  • Click on the link
  • Enter your name and email
  • Click on the groups you want to join:

Lent 2020 (videos & challenges)

Middle School (events & reminders)

Adult Formation (videos & events)

Catholic Quote of the Day (texts)

High School Discipleship (events & reminders)

Prayer Line Ministry (receives prayer requests)

  • The next screen requesting more information is optional.  Fill it in or just hit “next”
  • The screen after that requests that you set up a password.  You only need to do this if you will be watching the “Word on Fire” videos or accessing Flocknote from your computer.

OR:  You can sign up online at:



Choir Practice – Consider sharing your voice with us when we return!

Why not join our parish choir? Share your voice with our parish family; it will bless you and us!  

“Music ministry provides beauty, joy, comfort, inspiration, and musical prayer for our communal liturgies and various parish celebrations.  This is possible because of the generous sharing of time and talent of diverse and committed members.  If you can carry a tune and want to learn, come sing with us!”
Once we start meeting again we will rehearse every Wednesday from  6:30p.m. to 8:00p.m in the Music Room in the Little Flower Formation Center.….and sing for mass every other weekend.   
eOT22cic*It is an easy way to make new friends and feel a part of a group
*It is therapeutic; singers can put aside, for awhile at least, the other pressures and concerns of the day
*It provides musical memories that can momentarily remove you from difficult situations by calling to mind beautiful music and poetry
*It gives members a sense of pride and self-worth
*It instills beneficial posture and breathing techniques
*It develops better habits of good enunciation
*It reminds us that there are no short cuts to excellence; careful preparation leads to reaching goals
*It teaches an historical perspective through music and texts written during various periods of history
*It reminds us of the positive impact a Choirdedicated group can make beyond that which is possible for an individual….the value of teamwork
*It conveys that leadership, demeanor and good attitude make a significant contribution to the success of a group
*It adds beauty and aesthetic depth
*It provides a healthy cultural and creatively artistic balance
*It develops poise under pressure
*It is a foundation for a lifetime of enjoyment in music
–excerpts from Michael Kemp


We are looking for more CTK musicians. If you are a vocalist (solo singer/choir singer) or instrumentalist (of any kind), please email me at judkins.lori@yahoo.com or call 719-542-9248 ext. 118— and let’s visit!  Become christmas_choir_2016a “family” with us; you’ll be welcomed with open arms!



Lori Judkins, Pastoral Associate for Liturgical Music