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 Our Lady of the Meadows Parish (map)

23 Starling Dr, Pueblo, CO 81005




Confession 3:30 - 4:15 PM Saturday>
Mass: Saturday 5 PM

7:30 AM
- live attendance and streamed

Click here for Sunday Mass
7:30 AM  on-line

11 AM Mass - cancelled


Daily Mass: Tuesday-Friday 8 AM  
live attendance and streamed

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8:00 AM

Holy Days:
Vigil - 5:30 PM
Mass of the Holy Day - 8 AM


Ash Wednesday,
Vigil, Tuesday February 16, Mass, 5:30 PM at OLM
Wednesday, Mass at 8 AM at OLM and 6 PM at HR


Group sizes are now only limitred by prudent safety precautions.. Social Distancing and Masks are required for all public gatherings and will dictate any limitations.
A video feed will be provided for Overflow in the Hall, if needed, 
Ill and/or vulnerable parishioners are requested to remain at home and participate online.
Attendees are requested to arrive
at least 15 minutes early  to be safely seated and provided instruction as needed.


Holy Rosary Parish (map)

Mass: Sunday, 9:15 AM

attendance is still limited by social distance space available


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Virtual Services

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Catholic Church

Rev. Monsignor James King, Pastor


Praising God and serving Him and His flock for 41 years



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Statue of Our Lady of the Meadows


Lord our God, when your Son was dying on the altar of the cross, he gave us as our mother the one he had chosen to be his own mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary; grant that we who call upon the holy name of Mary, our mother, with confidence in her protection may receive strength and comfort in all our needs.

Marian Sacramentary, Mass for the Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary




In the Year of Saint Joseph


Our Parish


Return of Office Hours

We have returned to limited Office Hours with the necessary safety precautions.

The open hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

New to the Parish? Welcome!  Please register.
Click here to download Registration form

This Week's Bulletin

King's Korner

Bulletins may be picked up at the OLM parish office door

Hospitalized or Homebound?


If you or a loved one are hospitalized and would like Father Jim to visit you, please call the parish office or ask the hospital chaplain to contact the parish. Because of privacy laws, hospitals do not publish lists of those who have been admitted to the hospital.

If Parishioners are unable to attend Mass call the parish to arrange homebound Communion.

Emergencies only at the current time due to restrictions on physical contact.

(see Bulletin for further info)



At this time the pictorial directory sittings have been postponed

New dates will be announced when set.


Monthly Food Drive

Remember to bring food donations first weekend each month to all the Masses. Staples, canned hams, chicken, packaged meals and children’s snacks are always good. Please be generous


First Sacraments Preparation

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Saturday, February 13
The First Sunday in Lent
Vigil Mass 5 PM
Live attendance limited by social distances with overflow in Hall


Sunday February 14

The First Sunday in Lent

7:30 AM Mass streamed
and live attendance limited by social distances with overflow in Hall

Sunday Mass With Bishop Berg at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Pueblo at 11:30 AM


Tuesday February 23 - Friday February 26
In Lent


22. Chair of St. Peter, Feast
23. Polycarp of Smyrna, Opt. Mem.


 Daily Mass 8:00 AM live attendance
or click here for streamed


During Lent

Rosary will be prayed after weekday Mass
and will be carried live on line.


Fridays 7PM, Stations of the Cross, in person

Mark your calendar for upcoming events


Parish Calendar Of Events

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Live attendance of Mass is now allowed and encouraged, observing the wearing of masks and social distancing. Please arrive 15 minutes early to accomplish appropriate seating arrangements. Overflow will be accomodated in the Parish Hall with live video and communion delivered.

In addition to live attendance, we continue streaming Sunday MASS at 7:30 AM and  DAILY MASS Tuesday-Friday at 8:00 a.m. live on our Facebook Page. The Mass remains on-line for about 24 hours before it is taken down and replaced by the Mass of the new day.

Our main method of communication with Parishioners is through our OLM Web-site (www.olm-parish.com) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ olmparishpueblo/) together with e-mail communication with those who have submitted an e-mail address to OLM -- Even, so many Parishioners do not communicate via the Internet. It would be kind and considerate if you were to ‘adopt’ those folks and provide hard copy for them.

The Parish Office is not open; Staff comes in at times and/or handles things remotely. We would be most happy to use hard mail to communicate; however, we need to know the particular need. (Usually, extended family or friends fill the gaps for the more isolated Parishioners. -- Thank you!)

We are set up for e-mail communication with Parishioners who have responded to the March 18 mailing. In that mailing, the following was requested:

“Please send your preferred e-mail address (by clicking on the below link) to:

          ● your name

          ● which Parish you belong to (OLM or HR)

          ● your e-mail address

          ● your preferred phone number

          On subject line, put Parishioner”

If you have not already responded, please do so. There are some communications that do not seem appropriate for either the Web page or Facebook page.

● Our Sunday Visitor has a program of on-line giving that we are plugging into. OSV is our Envelope tithe Company; connect with the buttons at the top of this website.

Click here for information on the report of clergy abuse over the past 70 years and the Diocese's recommitment to survivors and prevention.

... May Our Lady of Guadalupe and Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus hear our prayers and lead us to victory over Satan, the Adversary, the Enemy of Christ and humankind. May we more deeply journey through the Heart of Jesus in the year ahead, to proclaim the Gospel in our diocese, always mindful of the most precious gift with which we have been entrusted: the safety, future and faith of our children."

Most Reverend Stephen J. Berg, D.D.
Bishop of Pueblo

Our Prayer

The LORD bless you and keep you!
The LORD let his face shine upon
you, and be gracious to you!
The LORD look upon you kindly and
give you peace!


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with us

John Lefebre; Esther Peretto; Jackie Chinn; Pablo Molina Gonzales;

Michael James Maselli, Jr.; Rose Valdez; Alice Jaramillo;

Greg Carrillo; Laura Schwartzenberger; Doug Hoisington;

Thomas Thompson; Frances Guerrero; Joyce Wilson; John Salazar;

and all the deceased members of our parish, family, and friends



Remember to pray for peace every day at noon.




“Peace is liberty in tranquility.”

Marcus Tullius Cicero, Roman orator and rhetorician



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The First Sunday in Lent

February 21, 2021

Lenten Reflection -- First Sunday of Lent

“God of transformation, you know our weaknesses.
Strengthen us as we struggle to lead lives that we were called to in our baptism.
Be with us during this Lenten season and help us to believe that we can triumph over our temptations.
We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.”


Grant, almighty God,
through the yearly observances of holy Lent,
that we may grow in understanding of the riches hidden in Christ
and by worthy conduct pursue their effects.

Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son,
Who lives and reigns with you
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, for ever and ever.

 Information taken from www.catholicculture.org


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Click on Day below for Daily readings

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Calendar of Readings for entire liturgical year and other Biblical resources
2021 Liturgical Calendar


Abstinence (no meat)

Abstenance is called for on all the Fridays of Lent,

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Catholics 14 years and older

are bound to abstain from meat. Those physically unable to abstain,

pregnant and nursing mothers are exempt.



Fasting means having only one full meal to maintain one’s

strength. Two smaller, meatless and penitential meals are permitted

according to one’s needs, but they should not together

equal the one full meal. Eating solid foods between meals is not

permitted. Catholics from age 18 through age 59 are bound to

fast, but those with physical ailments, pregnant and nursing

mothers are exempt. Fasting is required Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.

Almsgiving -- Rice Bowls

“Rice Bowls” is the Lenten almsgiving program from Catholic

Relief Services. Please pick up your Rice Bowl in the back of the

churches the first Sunday of Lent. Use the inserted calendar to

form your lenten practices. Rice Bowls should be returned beginning

Palm Sunday. Please be generous.

Note: Donations can be made through the online giving portal as well.



Pope Francis' Daily Activities

Our Holy Father's Prayer Intention for February:

Violence Against Women: We pray for women who are victims of violence, that they may be protected by society and have their sufferings considered and heeded.

Holy Father's suggested prayer to St Joseph:

Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you God entrusted his only Son;
in you Mary placed her trust;
with you Christ became man.

Blessed Joseph, to us too,
show yourself a father
and guide us in the path of life.
Obtain for us grace, mercy, and courage,
and defend us from every evil.  Amen.

Click to Read more about the Year of St Joseph


How can we protect our children when we don't respect life?

Mother Teresa  I feel that the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because it is a war against the child - a direct killing of the innocent child - murder by the mother herself. And if we accept that a mother can kill even her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another? How do we persuade a woman not to have an abortion? As always, we must persuade her with love, and we remind ourselves that love means to be willing to give until it hurts.--Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. Choose life, then, that you and your descendants may live, by loving the LORD, your God, obeying his voice, and holding fast to him. For that will mean life for you, a long life for you to live on the land which the LORD swore to your ancestors, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, to give to them. Dt 30:19-20

Let us Pray: Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the malice and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him we humbly pray; and do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly host, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan and all evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.


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Prayers for Coronavirus Outbreak

Keep us, good Lord,

under the shadow of your mercy,

in this time of uncertainty and distress.

Sustain and support the anxious and fearful

and lift up all who are brought low;

that we may rejoice in your comfort

knowing that nothing can separate us

from your love in Christ Jesus our Lord.


3 O’clock Divine Mercy Prayer

You expired, O Jesus,

but the source of life flowed out for souls

and an ocean of mercy

opened up for the whole world.

O Fountain of Life,

unfathomable Divine Mercy,

envelop the whole world,

and empty Yourself out upon us.

O Blood and Water,

which gushed forth

from the Heart of Jesus

as a Fount of Mercy for us,

I trust in You.


Holy God,

Holy Mighty One,

Holy Immortal One,

Have mercy on us

and on the hole world. (3X)


Jesus, King of Mercy, I trust in You.



Prayers for those in isolation

God of compassion,

be close to those who are ill,

afraid or in isolation.

In their loneliness, be their consolation;

in their anxiety, be their hope;

in their darkness, be their light;

through him who suffered alone

on the cross,

but reigns with you in glory,

Jesus Christ our Lord.




Prayers for Medical Staff & Researchers

Gracious God,

give skill, sympathy and resilience

to all who are caring for the sick,

and your wisdom to those researching for a cure.

Strengthen them with your Spirit,

that through their work

many will be restored to health;

through Jesus Christ our Lord.


Prayers for those who mourn during this time of the Coronavirus COVID-19

Lord of all gentleness.

You are close to the broken-hearted.

We entrust into your care

those who mourn the loss

of a loved one this day.

Surround them with our love

and comfort them in their sorrow.

Grant that they may not be overwhelmed

by their loss.

May they know the consolation and support

of the Christian community

Give them confidence in your goodness

and strength to meet the days ahead.

We ask this through Christ our Lord.


Prayers for Health Care Workers

God of everlasting goodness,

you sent your Son among us

to bring healing, peace, and reconciliation

to our weary world.

Be with all health care workers and their assistants

in this time of the Coronavirus pandemic.

As they continue Jesus’ ministry of care,

renew them in mind, body, and spirit.

Keep them safe from infection and illness,

and may Christ’s healing presence

flow through them

as they serve those entrusted to their care.

We ask this in his name,

Christ the healer,

who is Lord forever and ever.


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Marian Prayer for Our Time

O Mary, Health of the Sick,

you always shine on our path

as a sign of salvation and of hope.

We entrust ourselves to you.

You know what we need,

and we are sure you will provide

so that, as in Cana of Galilee,

we may return to joy and to feasting

after this time of trial.

Help us, Mother of Divine Love,

to do as we are told by Jesus,

who has taken upon Himself our sufferings

and carried our sorrows,

leading us through the cross

to the joy of the Resurrection.



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" 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

Our Lady of the Meadows Catholic Church
23 Starling Dr., Pueblo, CO 81005
Tel: 719-561-3580  Fax: 719-561-4808

last update: 2/20/2021


You have been told, O mortal, what is good, and what the LORD requires of you:

Only to do justice and to love goodness, and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8