Monday, November 30, 2020

Catholic Schools

Everything Happening During Catholic Schools Week 2018

January 28 - February 3 is National Catholic Schools Week! Here's how we're celebrating in the Diocese of Gallup

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.

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CC072: Suggestions for Faithful Catholics in an Election Season

Following one's moral conscience can be challenging at the best of times, but even more so during election season. How to best combine our religious obligations with our civic duties?

From the Bishop: What does the Catholic Church Teach About Same-Sex Civil Unions?

Pope Francis’ remarks may appear to propose a “middle ground” that would grant the legal protection of those with same-sex attraction who have formed a life together.  This is a pastoral proposal, given on a practical level (a prudential judgement), which does not change the Church’s teaching.

Friday News Roundup: What Did Pope Francis Say About Civil Unions?

Plus: Obituary for Sr. Clara Smith, ASC; volunteer with the Missionaries of Charity, and more!

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?
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The Wages of Sin | Sunday Homily

"When the soul gives in to sin, it does not bear fruit...the fruit of happiness, meaning, justice, loveliness, and interior peace." Homilist: Bishop James Wall