Sunday, September 20, 2020

News

The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Patron of the Diocese of Gallup

Devotion to the heart pierced on Calvary is nearly as old as Christianity.

Diocese closes its 2011-2012 fiscal year with surplus

"The diocesan resources have been managed in a prudent and conscientious manner."

Diocesan priest and former Air Force chaplain celebrates 25th anniversary

“It really goes back to the Air Force,” Fr. Wedeking says. “I began to help the chaplains there, and saw their work.”

Sisters who served in Diocese of Gallup celebrate 150th anniversary

The Sisters continue their Mission of serving God’s people in the following states: California, Colorado, Nebraska and New Mexico.

Announcement: Rev. Mr. James Hoy, C.F.O.

We are grateful to Deacon Hoy for his dedication and service to the Church and to those that he has helped over the years.

St. Rita’s Church in Show Low: Celebrating 50 Years of History

From a gathering in a lodge to a thriving parish.

Fr. Cormac’s Navajo Legacy

By Martin Link Ever since Fr. Cormac Antram, OFM, came to Navajo Country in 1954, shortly after he was ordained, he has exhibited a passion to learn as much about the Navajo people, their culture, language and history as he...

Diocesan Archivist designated

Cathy McCarthy, of St. John Vianney Parish, has been designated by Bishop James Wall to assist the chancellor.

NM Conference of Bishops Release Statement on Marriage

We, the Catholic bishops of New Mexico, wish, in these circumstances, to reiterate our belief in the definition of marriage as a life-long bond between one man and one woman.

Meet our new Pope, Francis I

"Thank you for your welcome. Pray for me."

Latest News

How diocesan schools are adapting to Covid-19 as a new academic year begins

Whether in-person or virtually, teachers and staff remain committed to providing the best-possible education to their students.
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The Biblical Case for the Papacy | Sunday Homily

Bishop Wall examines the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 16, in which Jesus designates Peter as the first Pope.

Catholics pray for Navajo man scheduled for federal execution

The idea of the prayer vigil, Bishop Wall said, is to pray for Mitchell's conversion, for healing for the victims' family, and for conversion of the hearts of the executioners.

Obituary for Fr. Arley Downie (1931-2020)

Fr. Downie served in the military and raised a family with his wife, Valda. After she died, he answered the call to serve the people of the Diocese of Gallup as a priest.
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Sunday Homily: “God Always Hears Our Prayers”

God is always listening to us, even if He does not answer our prayers in exactly the way we wanted.