Students from around the Diocese dominated the 2016-2017 school year with excellent performances in athletics and academics.
"In a very Christ-like way, a first responder puts his or her life on the line."
The weeklong event seeks to promote Catholic education and engage students, teachers, and families in special activities and service projects.
Thanks to ananonymous donor, teachers - mostly young people serving through Americorps - should be able to move in by the end of the school year.
To ensure that the requirements of the Charter are followed, dioceses in the United States undergo an on-site audit every three years.
For 50 years SWIF has funded well drilling, stove and heating installation, support for Native American arts and craftsmen, and scholarships for Catholic schools.
You Can’t Keep a Good School Down: St. Joseph’s Annual Gala Fuels Education in the Heart of New Mexico
"These kids are going to be the next generation, here in New Mexico."
"We are able to teach them how to be a family, how to love, how to integrate God into their every subject."
"How we treat the 'least of these' is part of who we are, and helping them develop their character and see these characters in a sympathetic way."