We strive to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves by gratefully sharing our many gifts from God  

Front Entrance of Our lady of the Meadows
  23 Starling Dr.- Pueblo, CO  81005
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Praising God and serving His flock for over 30 years
 
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Catholic Church
Fr. James King, Pastor

Statue of Our Lady of the Meadows

tel: 719-561-3580
fax: 719-561-1271

Office
email: olm@olm-parish.com

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For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor present things, nor future things, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.. Rom 8: 38-39

" Above all, let your love for one another be intense, because love covers a multitude of sins. Be hospitable to one another without complaining.  As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace. Whoever preaches, let it be with the words of God; whoever serves, let it be with the strength that God supplies, so that in all things God may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom belong glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen." -- 1 Peter, 4:8-11

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Saturday 5 PM at OLM
Sunday Masses at
7:30 AM and 11 AM at OLM,
 and
9:15 AM at Holy Rosary


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Education and Formation:     Whole Community Catechism
Youth Ministry - LIFT     Young Adults - Theology on Tap
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Catholic Charity:    Some of those who seek our support


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Young Adult Ministry
(ages 21-35)
Theology on Tap


Ongoing Ministry Catechesis
  Theology of Holy Eucharist 9/17/2008 Audio File


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Daughters of the King


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Sanctuary Crucifix

Every celebration of the Eucharist is a share in the cross of Christ, a proclamation of his death until he comes again. Therefore, the Church desires a crucifix to be placed in every sanctuary as reminder of this saving event. From the time of our renovation in 2006 we have planned to have a sanctuary crucifix. This has finally come to fruition with the installation and blessing of the cross that took place Saturday, August 1, 2009 -- the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the parish. The cross is collaborative effort by Tim Vinci, a craftsman who took a donated plank and fashioned it into a cross with inserts, Cathy Valenzuela, a fused-glass artist who created the iridescent ruby glass inserts, and Fr. Kevin Novack, who painted the figure of Christ within the area Tim routed out on the main cross upright. The piece was designed to accent our worship environment, and to call to mind the great mystery of our faith. You are invited to step into the sanctuary some time and look at the cross more closely. May it help us to experience more deeply what Our Lord has done for all.

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Catholic Devotional Practices that help us focus on loving and serving the Lord:

We meditate on Scripture and the life of Jesus and His Blessed Mother,
by praying The Rosary

The Chaplet of Divine Mercy

 

Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

 

Devotion to the Precious Blood of Jesus

  Lenten Activities, Devotions and Regulations

Meditate the
 Stations of the Cross

with Blessed John Paul II

A Guide To Understanding Holy Week

Resources for Pennetential Practices and Requirements to celebrate holy Lent and Easter Seasons 

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Bible Study

each Thursday at Noon & 7 P.M.

Click here for   next Sunday's readings which will be studied to enhance your participation in the Liturgy.


Daily Lectionary Readings

 

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The Inalienable Right to Life:
Life is not a choice
but a Divine Gift;
Pray for Healing!

Human Life International

Priests for Life

March for Life

 


Voting as a Catholic :

 

The Church does not tell you how to vote, but every Christian has a moral responsibility to educate themselves and vote with a well formed moral conscience, click here for more information.

 

Find Statements from the US Catholic Bishops at Faithful citizenship

King's Korner

 Church and ‘Politics’

 

Catholics who do not practice the Catholic Faith -- who do not come to Eucharist or discipline themselves in the sacraments -- do not support the Church. Priesthood is not supported, Parish communities are not strengthened, Church teaching on fundamental issues to life and faith are undercut. Time and time again, polls are taken of Catholics on political and social issues that portend to show that Catholics do not support the Church or its Teachings to any greater degree than people who are not Catholic.

 

As we enter another intense political season, everything

will be done to minimize the ‘Catholic vote’. Catholic Tradition has a great deal of value to say about Immigration, the sacredness of life in all aspects, the care of the poor and helpless, the sacredness of marriage and family, economic/ political injustices ..... The political system has constantly attempted to shut down the influence of the Church. We have historically seen it in dictatorships and other despotic reigns. Amazingly, we are seeing it now in our democratic way. Religious freedoms (basic to the success of our political way of life) are being trampled upon. Independence of church from state is being replaced with the need to meld in with the thinking and practices of general secular society.

 

The Church -- the Faith -- is the Christian Faith of the centuries. Revelation of God -- Truth -- has been reflected upon by philosophers and theologians. We have clarified often in Doctrine and have thus maintained the integrity of what is believed. Are we to remain silent in the proclamation and application of revealed Truth? -- Sorry -- Not an option!

 

Fr. Jim