Monday, August 8, 2022


A Tour of the Stained Glass Windows of Sacred Heart Cathedral

The stained glass windows in Sacred Heart Cathedral tell us of God’s love for His people and also tell us some of the history of the Church Universal and the growth of the Faith in the Diocese of Gallup and in the Southwest.

Everything you could want to know about the history and traditions behind Lent

By Fr. Raymond Mahlmann It is noon on Holy Saturday. The large Holy Water container which stands in the back of the church by the confessionals is in the sanctuary. Father comes out into the sanctuary and blesses the water....

“For I was in Prison and You Visited Me”: Prison Ministry in the Diocese of Gallup

By Sr. Elizabeth Racko, DC My detention and prison ministry began in Tuba City, Arizona on the Reservation around 1998, but my participation in detention and prison ministry in the city of Gallup formally began September 2011. I visit at the...

Bishop’s Mardi Gras to Benefit Catholic Education

While preparations are underway for Fat Tuesday celebrations in New Orleans, the Diocese of Gallup prepares for its own annual tradition: the Bishop's Mardi Gras. Held each year on the weekend before Ash Wednesday and sponsored by the local organization...

Tuba City Parish Celebrates “Holy Child of Cebú” Feast Day

More than 250 parishioners filled St. Jude Parish in Tuba City, AZ for the annual celebration of Santo Niño de Cebú on January 19th. The “Holy Child of Cebu” is a small statue dated to the 16th century, when...

Religious Jubilarians “Express God’s Love” in living their vocations

Ask Sr. Rose Marie Cecchini about why she felt called to consecrated life, and she doesn't hesitate. “My response to this vocation is an expression of love – not just for God, but for all God's people.” The soft-spoken Sister, a...

January 26 – February 1 is Catholic Schools Week

The annual week for Catholic Schools kicked off on January 26, following the theme “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Each year, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the National Catholic Educational Association set aside one...

Pope Francis tweet supports, prays for US pro-life march

Vatican City, Jan 22, 2014 / 09:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis sent a tweet offering support for the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., praying that all human life would be valued. “I join the March for Life...

Cubero Church Adds “Welcoming Improvements” for Disabled Parishioners

Thanks to a fruitful partnership with a Chicago-based organization, Our Lady of Light Parish in Cubero, NM has been able to make accommodations for disabled parishioners. The Pathways Foundation is a non-profit group centered in the Archdiocese of Chicago, and...

Diocesan Seminarian Ordained to the Transitional Diaconate

On November 30, 2013, seminarian Nathanael Block was ordained to the transitional diaconate for the Diocese of Gallup.

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How Love of the Eucharist Helps With the Challenges of Raising a Family

Here it was, my suffering, presented to me in the darling chubby cheeks of delight of the incredibly beautiful children entrusted to me.

The Eucharist and Daily Living

Jesus gifted us with the greatest gift ever offered - Himself to us in the form of Holy Communion.

Jesus is Calling You: How the Eucharist Reveals Our Vocation

When you spend privileged time with Jesus, He will invite you to follow Him more closely. And, when the time is right, He will make His call to you clear.

Mary and the Eucharist

How Our Lady points the way to her Son.