Resources for the People of the Diocese of Pueblo during the COVID-19 pandemic
“Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” – Matthew 11:28
We have now entered into a State of Emergency with growing numbers of fatalities. This particular virus is extremely difficult to track yet easy to spread, even unknowingly, thus putting vulnerable populations at high risk of grave danger. This is why there has been a temporary suspension of public gatherings at our parishes throughout the diocese. Capitalizing on this opportunity, acknowledging the pain and loss that these measures necessitate, relying on God to lead us, receiving grace through our sacrifices, and coming up with creative solutions, our mission stays the same; only the circumstances have changed. By the time the crisis passes, our goal is to have become even better disciples of Jesus than had it not occurred.
A message from Bishop Berg:
The resources and links gathered here are intended to empower you and your parish to get closer to Jesus as His disciple and to help others to know Him as well, even during times like these. Besides what is highlighted below, other resources are available through the dropdown menus at the top of the page.
News and Statements
The following websites may have useful information for you during the COVID-19 pandemic: Centers for Disease Control Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment – Case Data
March 13, 2020 Pueblo – Following the order by Governor Jared Polis to cancel all public gatherings of 250 or more people to help stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), and acting on the advice of the leading health experts, the bishops of the three Catholic dioceses in Colorado have announced that all CatholicContinue reading “Statement from Bishop Berg – 3/13/20”
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