Bishop Berg

Catholics for Choice ads riddled with inaccuracies, bishops say

October 23, 2014

Colorado’s Catholic bishops responded to a statewide media campaign launched by Catholics for Choice against a personhood initiative, Amendment 67, saying it is “riddled with inaccurate facts and statistics.” “This group does not speak for the Catholic Church,” according to Oct. 23 statement released by the Colorado Catholic Conference, the public policy arm representing the… Read more »

Vocations top priority for Pueblo’s Bishop Berg

February 28, 2014

PUEBLO, Colo.—Bishop Stephen Jay Berg, former administrator of the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas, was ordained the fifth bishop of Pueblo by Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila at a packed Memorial Hall in downtown Pueblo the afternoon of Feb. 27. It was the first episcopal ordination in which Archbishop Aquila was principal consecrator. Concelebrating the ordination… Read more »

Watch installation of Pueblo’s new bishop

February 26, 2014

Bishop-designate Stephen Berg, 62, the former diocesan administrator of the Diocese of Fort Worth, will be installed as the fifth bishop of the Diocese of Pueblo at 2 p.m. Feb. 27 during an installation Mass at Memorial Hall in Pueblo. He will succeed Bishop Fernando Isern who retired in June 2013. Everyone is invited to… Read more »

Mom’s proud, says Pueblo’s newly appointed bishop

January 22, 2014

While touring his new diocese, Pueblo Bishop-designate Stephen J. Berg, 62, spoke by phone to the Denver Catholic Register while en route from Pueblo to Alamosa Jan. 15, the day the former administrator of the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas, was named to his new post. How did you learn you had been named a… Read more »