Sunday, December 5, 2021

Catholic Schools

Annual Student Essay Content Winners Describe “Catholic Heroes and Heroines of the Southwest”

The eighth-grade winner examines the life of her grandmother, who fought for Pueblo water rights.

Following Years of Steady Growth, St. Anthony Faculty and Students Are Ready for a New School Complex

Principal Bryan Yorksmith and his staff are planning a campaign to build a new school - St. Anthony enrollment has tripled since 2006.

Run – or walk! – to show your support for the inaugural St. Michael Indian School Drexel Run

Looking to engage in a healthy, family-friendly activity while respecting social distancing guidelines?

How diocesan schools are adapting to Covid-19 as a new academic year begins

Whether in-person or virtually, teachers and staff remain committed to providing the best-possible education to their students.

In Response to Covid-19, Diocesan Catholic Schools Embrace New Methods of Education

“It’s so strange without the children here. It’s like the children give our building its life."

Diocese rolls out plans for new Sacred Heart Cathedral School buildings

The future plans for Sacred Heart School primarily include building a brand-new school on the parish grounds of Sacred Heart Cathedral and selling the current campus and buildings.

Annual Fundraiser Will Benefit Sacred Heart School in Gallup

Guests will have the opportunity to support the school through ticket sales and a silent and live auction

For St. Rose and St. Mary Parishioners, Guatemalan Students are a New Family

"Through education, we can uplift generations of people."

Putting faith into action: For St. Anthony Students, Selfless Service is a Constant Commitment

From care packages to serving meals to visits to the elderly, the students' commitment to Catholic service is a year-round effort.

Latest News

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

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.