Sunday, January 17, 2021

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Remembering Sister Patricia Bietsch

As an educator, Sr. Pat was passionate about ensuring every student being given the opportunity to learn. She pioneered religion classes for the handicapped students at St. Mary Mission in New Mexico.

Forging Friendships with America’s Forgotten and Overlooked Communities

For the elderly, single parents, or rural isolated, surviving and creating human connections can be an everyday struggle. So for the last 20 years, the volunteers of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Tuba City AZ have been working to build a network of support throughout their community.

Everyday Heroes: Father, daughter make cross-country pilgrimage for life 

"For John Moore, each step is a prayer. And when you're walking the 2,800 miles from San Francisco to Washington, that's a lot of prayer."

Christening a New Fire Truck? There’s a Catholic Blessing for That

When the firefighters at Blanco, NM's Station 1 needed a Catholic blessing for their new truck, they turned to local Deacon Patric Valdez.

Friday News Roundup: A Pilgrimage for Life; Haunted Mine Tour for Food Bank; and more!

A Pilgrimage for Life John and Laura Moore, a father and daughter from Gallup, completed a cross-country pilgrimage to the March for Life earlier this year. Their story is the focus of an episode of "Everyday Heroes", a series from...

Parishioners, friends remember Fr. Gilbert Schneider, who “lived the Gospel”

"Father Gilbert dedicated his life to our people."

Your Guide to 2019 Holiday Festivals and Craft Fairs around the Diocese

We've got the rundown on this year's offering of fall fun!

Friday New Roundup: Celebrating 20 Years of Service in Tuba City; Gallup Principal Resigns

Plus: St. Kateri and the Rosary, New Saints Canonized, and more!

October is the month of the Rosary – Join in on one of the rallies happening around the Diocese

If you'd like to join in public prayer with fellow Catholics, here is the list of rosary walks and rallies happening in October.

AZ Bishops Applaud “Brush & Nib” Decision

The reality still remains that Arizona has the ability to serve every person while making room for valid conscientious objection for the purposes of religious freedom.

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A “Wonderful, Beautiful Experience”: Daughters of Charity Reflect on Years of Service

Called away to other assignments, the Sisters reflect on their time in the diocese, and the people they served here.

“Terror of Demons”: The Significance of the Year of St. Joseph

In this year of Saint Joseph, this title may well help us all to understand his particular patronage over the universal Church as well as his personal protection for all of us.

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".