Sunday, January 17, 2021

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A “Wonderful, Beautiful Experience”: Daughters of Charity Reflect on Years of Service

Called away to other assignments, the Sisters reflect on their time in the diocese, and the people they served here.

From addict to the diaconate

Marty Smith was on a literal road to death - until the night he saw the Devil. That encounter changed his life forever.

Where to give and receive help during the Coronavirus

Are you in need of help, or would you like to give back in some way to your local community? Contact any of these organizations.
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Considering a call as a deacon? The Diocese of Gallup’s diaconate program is enrolling for Fall 2020

"Deacons are called to service, deacons are called to assist at the altar, deacons are called to make up what is lacking in other ministries of the Church."

Mass at Home: Which Parishes in the Diocese are Live Streaming Services

While they can't replace the beauty and fullness of the Mass in person, these digital services are available as we await the end of the pandemic.

Meet Your 2020 Religious Jubilarians: Two Women Who Serve Where the Need Is Greatest

Between the two, Mother Magda and Sister Agnesa Maria have dedicated 85 years of service to orphans, the homeless, prisoners, and immigrants.

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.

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A “Wonderful, Beautiful Experience”: Daughters of Charity Reflect on Years of Service

Called away to other assignments, the Sisters reflect on their time in the diocese, and the people they served here.

“Terror of Demons”: The Significance of the Year of St. Joseph

In this year of Saint Joseph, this title may well help us all to understand his particular patronage over the universal Church as well as his personal protection for all of us.

Bishop Wall Shares Prayer Intentions for 2021

The intentions specially selected by Bishop Wall for each month of the year are intended to give Catholics in the Diocese of Gallup a specific focus for prayer and consideration.

Moral Considerations Regarding the New Covid-19 Vaccines

While having ourselves and our families immunized against COVID-19 with the new vaccines is morally permissible and can be an act of self-love and of charity toward others, we must not allow the gravely immoral nature of abortion to be obscured.

Meet James Wurzbach, the diocese’s newest deacon

Not even a pandemic could dampen Wurzbach's spirit, whose journey to the diaconate was one of "patience and perseverance".