Saturday, July 4, 2020

Catholic Schools

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.

With an Eye to the Future, Sacred Heart School Implements Full Curriculum in Math, Engineering, and the Arts

Sacred Heart is the first school in the County to offer a full curriculum in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.

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Where to give and receive help during the Coronavirus

Are you in need of help, or would you like to give back in some way to your local community? Contact any of these organizations.

Meet the Diocese’s New Director of Religious Education

The Director of Religious Education oversees mission work, youth ministry, and catechesis for the whole diocese.

One Loss, One Win: Supreme Court Prioritizes Abortion in One Case but Supports Religious Education in Another

The U.S. Bishops spoke out against one ruling and in favor of another.
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Considering a call as a deacon? The Diocese of Gallup’s diaconate program is enrolling for Fall 2020

"Deacons are called to service, deacons are called to assist at the altar, deacons are called to make up what is lacking in other ministries of the Church."

AZ Bishops Welcome Supreme Court Decision on DACA

"We are very much mindful that DACA children were often brought to this country at a very young age and through no responsibility of their own.  They were raised in the United States, attend our schools, make positive contributions to our society, and do not know any other country but our own."