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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.

In an often-demoralizing world, youth at Catholic gathering are told, “God loves you and needs you. The Church needs you.”

"You do matter, you are important, you are valuable, let your voices be heard, let your gifts be used."

How the Good Shepherd Fund benefits retired priests: An interview with Fr. Alberto Avella, Immigrant and priest for 38 years

A first unofficial assignment for Fr. Avella was to learn 20 new words in English every day. Now, he serves seven parishes and missions in the Diocese of Gallup.

How the Good Shepherd Fund benefits retired priests: An interview with Fr. James Walker, Teacher and priest for 19 years

"The reality is, we are still a poor diocese. To take care of our elderly priests, we just don’t have the resources."

How the Good Shepherd Fund Benefits Retired Priests: Meet Fr. Hugh O’Neill, Army and Navy Veteran, Priest for 41 Years

Fr. Hugh left behind a lucrative job to serve as a priest in the poorest Diocese in the United States, and he doesn't regret a second of it.

Open to a “Broader Definition of Family”: How a Diagnosis of Infertility Changed One Catholic Couple’s Life

John and Jeanette Suter may not be able to have biological children, but the Church's teaching on marriage and family still gives them comfort and guidance.

Called to “Radical Self-Giving”: How One Family Lives Out the Church’s Teaching on Family

"This lifestyle fulfills that essential Christian mission of being radically generous with our lives."

For the Woman Believed to To Be First to Formally Speak Navajo at a Papal Mass: “This is What I Believe. I am Catholic.”

"It’s our Creator who you need to get to know through the Church. We believe in the Creator and we pray, but we know that eventually, after death, we turn back to spiritual beings."

An Oasis in a Food Desert: Parish Youth Collect Thousands of Food Pounds for Holiday Season

Each year, Confirmation classes from three Gallup parishes go door-to-door, collecting food for the Gallup Community Pantry. These efforts allow the pantry to serve families in emergency situations.

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