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From the Bishop – Advent and Christmas Blessings

In the second year of the Eucharistic Revival, it is helpful for the faithful of the Diocese of Gallup to delve deeper into the Mystery of the Eucharist.

Young People Are Still Answering the Call to Vocations

‘We might be tempted to think that young people are no longer entering religious life. This is not at all true!’

Saints for Today: John Capistrano

When the Turks captured Constantinople in 1453, John was commissioned to preach a crusade for the defense of Europe.

Saints for Today: Mother Theodora Guérin

Trust in God’s providence enabled Mother Theodore to leave her homeland, sail halfway around the world, and found a new religious congregation.

Saints for Today: Joseph of Cupertino

Joseph of Cupertino is most famous for levitating during prayer.

Saints for Today: Blessed Michael McGivney

Fr. McGivney was a genuine pastor who, in the words of Pope Francis, was unafraid to share “the smell of his sheep.”

Saints for Today: Blessed Stanley Rother

Fr. Rother served the Tz’utujil people for 13 years and won their hearts and souls.

Saints for Today: Rita of Cascia

She has acquired the reputation, together with Saint Jude, as a saint of impossible cases.

The Blessing of Reaching Out To the Elderly

Summertime brings with it many opportunities for family-centered events - but do we always make the effort we should to include our elders?

Saints for Today: Margaret of Cortona

A crime shocked Margaret into a life of penance.

Saints for Today: Leopold Mandic

Leopold had a profound sense of sin and an even firmer sense of God’s grace awaiting human cooperation.

From the Bishop: The Pillars of Lent

Each of the practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving are essential for living the Christian life

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