The reconstructed kiva and mission church in such close proximity is something we wouldn't necessarily expect. The Spanish priests often had the kivas filled in to prevent the Indians from following their traditional beliefs.
From my casual observation of the pueblos in New Mexico, the old ways are still observed and every pueblo has its kiva. So, although many Indians of the pueblos are Christians, they cherish and preserve their culture and the dances that have a spiritual meaning for them. My wife and I were invited to Feast Day at the Santa Clara Pueblo where we got to see some of these ancient dances. But, that's another story.
Pecos National Historical Park
Part of The Great American West series.