Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Features

‘ENDOW in a Day’: Humanae Vitae is Only the Beginning

“We're called to love in such a particular way – just as God loves."

“Be Still and Know That I Am God”: Benedictines in the Gallup Diocese

Mostly what the nuns appreciate about the desert landscape of the Gallup Diocese is the time it provides for reflection and quiet.

Little Sisters of the Poor: Caretakers of the Elderly

The Diocese of Gallup is fortunate to have one of the homes of the Little Sisters, “Villa Guadalupe”, within the city of Gallup

LifeGuard: Four Corners Pro-Life Ministry Protects the “Least of These”

Founded in 2006, LifeGuard seeks to promote a culture of life and pro-life awareness in the Four Corners area.

Cursillos: spreading the message of Christ for the New Evangelization

For the first time in 50 years, the Diocese of Gallup will hold a Cursillo de Cursillos, a three-day retreat sponsored by a group known as the Cursillo Movement.

Year of Faith: February

A monthly reflection for the Year of Faith.

United Food Bank Works with Our Lady of the Assumption Church in Overgaard

 United Food Bank is a private non-profit organization that provides food to more than 250 social service agencies across 25,000 square miles in Arizona

Julibarians Celebrate Years of Service

Sr. Maria Angelina Medina Sister Maria Angelina Medina, who is celebrating 40 years as a religious, is a member of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities, whose foundress, St. Marianne Cope of Molokai, was named the first...

Journey to Rome: The Canonization of Kateri Tekakwitha

On October 21, 2012, a group of over eighty people from the Diocese of Gallup stood shoulder to shoulder in St. Peter’s Square with thousands of other pilgrims from around the world.

“Arise, O Sleeper”: First Annual Conference Brings Hundreds of Youth to Four Corners

“While not everyone is able to attend something like World Youth Day, this is an opportunity for all people.”

Latest News

Friday News Roundup: Catholic Charities Shoe Drive; Lenten Stations of the Cross; Obituaries

The Friday news roundup presents a quick overview of Catholic stories and events from around the Diocese of Gallup.

Be a Silver Lining to Those in Darkness

‘To honor the World Day of the Sick, let’s ask ourselves how we can help someone passing through this COVID storm.’

The Lessons, Joys and Sorrows of 50 Years as a Priest

Fr. Dan Daley reflects on his lifelong - and ongoing - vocation.

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.

These Are the Important Legislative Issues in NM and AZ in 2021

Take Action: Contact your legislator and voice your opinion on school choice, euthanasia, and the repeal of the NM abortion ban.