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Wyoming Citizen of the Century Religion Finalists
John Roberts - was the winner in the Religion Category. Assigned to minister to the Shoshone and Arapahos on the Wind River Reservation, he set about his work by learning all he could about Native American customs and beliefs, believing that by knowing the people he hoped to minister to he would be more effective. He also learned the native languages, eventually translating the gospel for his Native American congregates.
Sister Clementina - for more than half a century, she taught three generations of students at St. Stephens Indian Mission.
James Hartmann - served as the Rector of St. Mary’s Cathedral Parish in Cheyenne for forty-four years.
Pius Moss - a member of the Arapahoe Tribe, he has worked to preserve his tribal culture as a teacher at St. Stephens Indian Mission.
Hubert Newell - As Bishop of the Diocese of Cheyenne, he oversaw the Catholic Church in Wyoming during the last half of the century.
John Pattison - served as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Cheyenne for almost thirty years.
Maragert Prine - as a lay member of the American Baptist Church she has volunteered her time to numerous boards and governing organizations.
Jerome Zummach - spent twenty-seven years of his priesthood at St. Stephens Mission and was known as a devoted teacher and promoter of athletic teams.
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