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The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Patron of the Diocese of Gallup

Devotion to the heart pierced on Calvary is nearly as old as Christianity.

Diocese closes its 2011-2012 fiscal year with surplus

"The diocesan resources have been managed in a prudent and conscientious manner."

Diocesan priest and former Air Force chaplain celebrates 25th anniversary

“It really goes back to the Air Force,” Fr. Wedeking says. “I began to help the chaplains there, and saw their work.”

Sisters who served in Diocese of Gallup celebrate 150th anniversary

The Sisters continue their Mission of serving God’s people in the following states: California, Colorado, Nebraska and New Mexico.

Announcement: Rev. Mr. James Hoy, C.F.O.

We are grateful to Deacon Hoy for his dedication and service to the Church and to those that he has helped over the years.

Little Sisters of the Poor: Caretakers of the Elderly

The Diocese of Gallup is fortunate to have one of the homes of the Little Sisters, “Villa Guadalupe”, within the city of Gallup

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

From a gathering in a lodge to a thriving parish.

Fr. Cormac’s Navajo Legacy

By Martin Link Ever since Fr. Cormac Antram, OFM, came to Navajo Country in 1954, shortly after he was ordained, he has exhibited a passion...

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“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.

Priest profile: Fr. Peter Short on Life in Remote Argentinean Villages, Meeting the Pope, and Working with Vulnerable Communities

Returning to the United Stated after decades of service in Argentina was difficult, especially after being assigned to a town hit hard by the abuse crisis. But Fr. Peter Short sees his vocation as a pilgrimage, firmly guided by God.

Along the Old Trail: the History of the Catholic Missions of Houck, AZ

Houck, 35 miles west of Gallup on I-40 was named after James D. Houck, a once horse-riding mail carrier before he started a trading post in the vicinity in 1874.