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“Education happens in many ways”: An Interview With the NM Asst. Secretary for Indian Education

"I have to advocate for the basic human principles that I learned at St. Joseph Mission School."

San Fidel School Celebrates 100 Years of Catholic and Indigenous Tradition

"One of the things that is a result of combining both traditions, sharing and evangelizing our love of God, is that the kids are just filled with wonder and joy."

To Help a Catholic School, A Priest is Turning a Shipping Container Into a Cabin

Fr. Matthew Keller plans to sell raffle tickets for the cabin and use the proceeds to benefit St. Teresa School in Grants, NM.

On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 8 Gallup Students Are Received Into the Church

"The whole day you're on cloud nine because of how beautiful it was with the kids."

Lumberton School Principal Retires After 18 Years of Service

"Because the Holy Spirit is involved in our schools, they will survive because it isn't totally up to us, we humans.”

“The Holy Spirit Chose Gallup” – Meet the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist

The Sisters, who are highly sought after and can only accept a limited number of new missions each year, have chosen to teach at Sacred Heart School in Gallup.

Catholic School Students Excel at Diocesan-Wide Miracle Fair

Students from Show Low and St. Michaels took home the top prizes in their divisions.

Annual Student Essay Content Winners Describe “Catholic Heroes and Heroines of the Southwest”

The eighth-grade winner examines the life of her grandmother, who fought for Pueblo water rights.

Following Years of Steady Growth, St. Anthony Faculty and Students Are Ready for a New School Complex

Principal Bryan Yorksmith and his staff are planning a campaign to build a new school - St. Anthony enrollment has tripled since 2006.

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?

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.

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."

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