Sunday, October 13, 2019

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Farmington parishioners recount “joyful” experience at Guatemalan school

A personal account of the new friendship between a Guatemalan school and a parish in the Diocese of Gallup.

For St. Rose and St. Mary Parishioners, Guatemalan Students are a New Family

"Through education, we can uplift generations of people."

“Totally Yours” in Service: Youth Missionary Program Expands Throughout Diocese

Totus Tuus has grown from humble roots to a national program, sending teams of young people to parishes across the country during summer break.

Priest profile: Fr. Peter Short on Life in Remote Argentinean Villages, Meeting the Pope, and Working with Vulnerable Communities

Returning to the United Stated after decades of service in Argentina was difficult, especially after being assigned to a town hit hard by the abuse crisis. But Fr. Peter Short sees his vocation as a pilgrimage, firmly guided by God.

Your Guide to Summer Fiestas, Camps and Events Around the Diocese

If you're in the mood for food, fun, and family-friendly activities that give back to your local parish, look no further than our list of upcoming parish fiestas and summer Bible camps! Farmington/San Juan area June 8 Ice Cream Social: 1:00pm –...

World Youth Day a “Once in a lifetime experience” for Farmington Youth

"I wanted them to get a sense of the universal church, all these young people gathered together, to pray together and to worship together."

Putting faith into action: For St. Anthony Students, Selfless Service is a Constant Commitment

From care packages to serving meals to visits to the elderly, the students' commitment to Catholic service is a year-round effort.

A Look Back at the Life of Deacon Michael Sullivan, 1942-2019

"If there's one thing I could always say about Deacon Mike, it's this: he was always willing to help."

Five Sisters Honored at Annual Religious Jubilee Mass

The five Sisters celebrate nearly 300 years of combined service and dedication to the Church.

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Saints for Today: Our Lady of the Rosary

The development of the rosary goes back many centuries and contains a unique history.

Friday New Roundup: Celebrating 20 Years of Service in Tuba City; Gallup Principal Resigns

Plus: St. Kateri and the Rosary, New Saints Canonized, and more!

Farmington parishioners recount “joyful” experience at Guatemalan school

A personal account of the new friendship between a Guatemalan school and a parish in the Diocese of Gallup.

October is the month of the Rosary – Join in on one of the rallies happening around the Diocese

If you'd like to join in public prayer with fellow Catholics, here is the list of rosary walks and rallies happening in October.

Golfers Raise $20,000 for Education at Annual Fundraiser

The money will support catholic schools and seminarians' education.