An announcement from Bishop James S. Wall regarding the new list: “Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, When I became the Bishop of the Diocese of Gallup, I committed to ensuring that the children in this Diocese and in the Parishes, Missions o... Read More...
Rev. Bowski has been credibly accused of abuse of a minor in West Virginia in 1982.
"Through the Sacraments, we meet Jesus."
Friday News Briefs: Bishops’ Conference; Healing in NM; A Sister’s Work in Her Reservation Community
Breaking down the US Bishops' Conference; Healing in the NM Catholic Church; Sr. Zoe Brenner ministers to her reservation community
Friday News Briefs: 2019 Confirmation Dates; Las Cruces Credibly Accused Clergy List; Midterm Elections
The latest on news and upcoming events from around the Diocese, nation, and world.
In an often-demoralizing world, youth at Catholic gathering are told, “God loves you and needs you. The Church needs you.”
"You do matter, you are important, you are valuable, let your voices be heard, let your gifts be used."
Friday News Briefs: Schools Celebrate All Saints’ Day; NM Bishops Criticize Political Ad; Cursillo Retreats
News briefs for the week of October 29 - November 2, 2018.
Friday News Briefs: Bishop’s Golf Classic Raises $15,000; Pilgrimages to the Holy Land and Germany; Upcoming Fiestas and more
Annual Golf Tournament Raises $18,000; 2 pilgrimages on offer; Fall Parish fiestas; sponsoring an indigenous Guatemalan school; vocations office updates.
For Hispanic Catholics, the V Encuentro Provides a Blueprint for Future Outreach, Ministry, and Engagement
A delegation from the Diocese of Gallup joined thousands of Hispanic Catholics, over 100 bishops, and multitudes of priests and religious gathered for the 5th National V Encuentro.
Diocese of Gallup Invites NM and AZ Attorneys General to Visit Chancery Offices to Directly Review Documents Relevant to Abuse Investigations, Following Permission From Federal Court
We look forward to the opportunity to work together with the Attorneys General in ensuring that our Diocese and parishes are safe and secure.