Thursday, April 15, 2021

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15 ways to gain an indulgence in the Year of St. Joseph

These acts must be accompanied by sacramental confession, Eucharistic Communion, and prayer for the pope’s intentions, the usual conditions to obtain any plenary indulgence.

Friday News Roundup: Obituary for Sr. Dianna Ortiz, International Activist

Plus: Obituary for Fr. Michael Vigil, AZ Legislative Updates, and Bishop Wall on Relevant Radio

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.

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.

The Right to Life is “Inalienable”: Bishop Wall Delivers Homily at 2021 Pro-Life Mass

“Don’t sit on the fence of indifference when it comes to care for our brothers and sisters, especially those who are most vulnerable.”

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".

Friday News Roundup: Bishop Wall Elected to National Collections Committee

Obituaries for Fr. Bernard Green, SDS and Sr. Fran Wilhelm, OSU; Beef Raffle for Springerville Parish, Job Openings, and more!

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Annual Student Essay Content Winners Describe “Catholic Heroes and Heroines of the Southwest”

The eighth-grade winner examines the life of her grandmother, who fought for Pueblo water rights.

Is it still worth it to be a Catholic priest?

In 2002, I heard the call to become a priest. That was the year that the Boston Globe first ran articles about the clerical sex abuse crisis.
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The Year of St. Joseph: What Catholics Should Know

In this episode, Bishop Wall examines the historic and spiritual impact of St. Joseph on the Catholic Church, and how Catholics can start or strengthen a devotion to the saint.

15 ways to gain an indulgence in the Year of St. Joseph

These acts must be accompanied by sacramental confession, Eucharistic Communion, and prayer for the pope’s intentions, the usual conditions to obtain any plenary indulgence.

Faith in Action Today: How the Donors to the Diocesan Annual Appeal Gave Back in 2020

With so many organizations and people still grappling with the economic and medical struggles brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, it can be easy...