Monday, February 17, 2020

Catholic Schools

An Oasis in a Food Desert: Parish Youth Collect Thousands of Food Pounds for Holiday Season

Each year, Confirmation classes from three Gallup parishes go door-to-door, collecting food for the Gallup Community Pantry. These efforts allow the pantry to serve families in emergency situations.

For some rural families, a simple school bus could open the door to Catholic Education

For many working-class families, the burden of transporting students to school can be costly. St. Anthony Catholic School hopes to ease this burden.

Priest Profile: African Roots Prepare Frs. Patrick McGuire and Francis Akano for Life Among the Pueblos

The two priests make a good team. In a place so like home, and yet so far from family, their common interests and history of service are a source of strength and familiarity.

School Year Wrap-up: Students Excel in Sports, Science Fair and Essay Contest

Students from around the Diocese dominated the 2016-2017 school year with excellent performances in athletics and academics.

How students, teachers and parents are celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2017

The weeklong event seeks to promote Catholic education and engage students, teachers, and families in special activities and service projects.

Lumberton School Receives Long Hoped-For Teachers’ Housing Complex

Thanks to ananonymous donor, teachers - mostly young people serving through Americorps - should be able to move in by the end of the school year.

Meet Your New Principals: A Q&A With Catholic Educators

"We are able to teach them how to be a family, how to love, how to integrate God into their every subject."

Love of Art and Literature Unites Bishop, Teacher, and Student Contest Winners

"How we treat the 'least of these' is part of who we are, and helping them develop their character and see these characters in a sympathetic way."

New Youth Ministry and Religious Education Director is Ready to Bring the Love of Christ to Diocese

I realized people aren't just hungry for food – they're spiritually hungry as well.

Latest News

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.

Obituary for Fr. Valentine Young, OFM

Fr. Valentine served all over the Diocese of Gallup, including at Keams Canyon, St. Michaels, Greasewood, Chinle, Farmington, Grants, Ft. Defiance, and Kayenta.

Saints for Today: Josephine Bakhita, Religious Sister (1869-1947)

Kidnapped and sold into slavery at the age of seven by Arab slave traders, this Sudanese child received the name Bakhita, meaning “fortunate,” from her captors.

Meet Your 2020 Religious Jubilarians: Two Women Who Serve Where the Need Is Greatest

Between the two, Mother Magda and Sister Agnesa Maria have dedicated 85 years of service to orphans, the homeless, prisoners, and immigrants.
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CC066: You Should Be Praying the Rosary – Here’s How to Start

What makes the Rosary so powerful is its connection with the Blessed Mother, and ultimately, how it brings us closer to Christ through her example.