Friday, September 25, 2020

Catholic Schools

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.

Lumberton Principal Nominated for Lumen Christi Award

Although the school has been providing quality Catholic education to the remote communities here, every day seems to bring new challenges.

New Mexicans Have a Chance to Improve the Future of Catholic Schools.

In 5 minutes and At No Cost, Catholics Can Support Catholic Education in New Mexico.

Newman Club Challenges Students to Keep the Faith

“Just because you’re going to college doesn’t mean you have to quit the faith. "

Sacred Heart School Receives Support, Mentorship from Chandler Catholic High School

School is back in session for private and public systems alike, and one Catholic school has kicked off the semester in a preliminary partnership with a Phoenix Catholic High School. Over the summer, Seton High School in Chandler, Arizona, adopted...

St. Anthony School Celebrates New Computer Lab

Students at St. Anthony Indian School in Zuni can now enjoy the full benefits of 21st century technology, thanks to a brand-new computer lab and classroom projectors. The school applied for a grant to overhaul their outdated computers in 2013,...

Bishop’s Mardi Gras to Benefit Catholic Education

While preparations are underway for Fat Tuesday celebrations in New Orleans, the Diocese of Gallup prepares for its own annual tradition: the Bishop's Mardi Gras. Held each year on the weekend before Ash Wednesday and sponsored by the local organization...

January 26 – February 1 is Catholic Schools Week

The annual week for Catholic Schools kicked off on January 26, following the theme “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Each year, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the National Catholic Educational Association set aside one...

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Little Sisters of the Poor and Religious Liberty: Debunking the Myths

‘We have been subjected to criticism, derision and even death threats. We’d like nothing better than to return to our mission unhindered by the fear of millions of dollars in fines.’

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.
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The Biblical Case for the Papacy | Sunday Homily

Bishop Wall examines the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 16, in which Jesus designates Peter as the first Pope.

Catholics pray for Navajo man scheduled for federal execution

The idea of the prayer vigil, Bishop Wall said, is to pray for Mitchell's conversion, for healing for the victims' family, and for conversion of the hearts of the executioners.

Obituary for Fr. Arley Downie (1931-2020)

Fr. Downie served in the military and raised a family with his wife, Valda. After she died, he answered the call to serve the people of the Diocese of Gallup as a priest.