Monday, January 24, 2022

Friday News Briefs: Check out these rallies and marches for life near you!

Plus: V8s for Vocation raffle tickets available for a 1969 Pontiac GTO!

Diocese Adds 11 New Names to List of Credibly Accused Clergy

The new names are also included on lists from the Franciscan Province of St. John the Baptist and the Dioceses of Lafayette and Alexandria.

“My Faith Has Sustained Me”: Kathleen Bowman, Anti-Death Penalty Activist and Navajo Nation Public Defender

Bowman, educated at St. Michaels Indian School, sees no conflict between her Catholic faith and Navajo traditions.

Friday News Briefs: Fall Fiestas and Fundraisers Around the Diocese!

All the latest on fall fiestas, rosary rallies, AZ family conference, school golf fundraiser, and more!

AZ Bishops Urge Support for Hyde Amendment, Which Prevents Broad Federal Funding for Abortion

Preserving the Hyde Amendment and Protecting the Vulnerable

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AZ Bishops Urge Support for Hyde Amendment, Which Prevents Broad Federal Funding for Abortion

Preserving the Hyde Amendment and Protecting the Vulnerable

Be a Silver Lining to Those in Darkness

‘To honor the World Day of the Sick, let’s ask ourselves how we can help someone passing through this COVID storm.’

“Terror of Demons”: The Significance of the Year of St. Joseph

In this year of Saint Joseph, this title may well help us all to understand his particular patronage over the universal Church as well as his personal protection for all of us.

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St. Rita’s Church in Show Low: Celebrating 50 Years of History

From a gathering in a lodge to a thriving parish.

Pope Francis recognizes ‘Padre Kino,’ Arizona’s missionary priest

Bishop James Wall welcomed the announcement: "The example of the life of the ‘Padre on Horseback’ has played a large part in strengthening my own Catholic faith".

“Ojo de Gallo”: A Nostalgic Narrative of San Rafael

This “nostalgic narrative of historic San Rafael” by Josephine Barela is being published posthumously by her friends, Margaret and John Bonomo, as a memorial...
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CC076: Why Freedom of Religion is An Essential Human Right

Freedom of religion is a right inherent to human beings, and not one that should be bestowed or revoked by any government or ruler.

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Meet the Diocese’s Two Newest Deacons

For Deacons Marty Smith and Ron Chavez, the ordination is the culmination of several years of study and service.
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CC076: Why Freedom of Religion is An Essential Human Right

Freedom of religion is a right inherent to human beings, and not one that should be bestowed or revoked by any government or ruler.

Friday News Roundup: Don’t Miss Out on Annual Youth Conference or Men’s Conference!

Plus: Day of Reflection for Native Youth and Lay Ministry Members.
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CC075: Work to Live – Don’t Live To Work

Hard work, properly ordered, is good, but not when it's focused on chasing material goods or wealth which will never bring true happiness.

St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Gallup Bids Farewell to Franciscans

For the first time in sixty years, St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Gallup, NM, will no longer be run by Franciscans.
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CC074: Preserving the Sanctity of the Eucharist

Publicly withholding the Eucharist from some Catholics is an act of love and a call to repentance.

New V8s for Vocations Garage Placed Under the Patronage of St. Joseph the Worker

“Manual work is taking place for a missionary and sacred end - which is to form priests.”

Join us in Praying for the Repose of the Soul of Fr. Robert Badger (1973-2021)

“He was an outstanding priest and a true son of the Church, which was expressed through the pastoral care of the people entrusted to him."

“It is a privilege to be a Religious”: Three Gallup Sisters Celebrate 90 Combined Years of Consecrated Life

"I asked Our Lord: “Jesus, what do you want me to do? What do you want of me?”In my heart I felt a very soft voice that said: “You follow Me.”