Sunday, December 8, 2019

News

A Positive Challenge for Gallup’s Diocese: Building a Seminarian Endowment

"We’re going to try to build an endowment and the monies raised will go towards our mission diocese investment fund for seminarians."

Bishop to priests, faithful: “It all comes back to the cross”

"We should leave everything behind and follow Christ".

Meet the Diocese’s New Safe Environment Coordinator

Leslie Farrell brings a background in psychology and personal experience with teaching and leading youth to the position.

Friday News Roundup: McCarrick Dismissed from Clerical State; AZ Legislative Updates, and more

Follow coverage of the abuse summit in Rome and listen to 2 radio interviews with Bishop Wall.

NM Knights of Columbus Hold First Statewide “Gathering of Families”

It was a weekend “designed to be relaxing and give every member of the family time for spiritual, human, intellectual, and pastoral growth.”

With an Eye to the Future, Sacred Heart School Implements Full Curriculum in Math, Engineering, and the Arts

Sacred Heart is the first school in the County to offer a full curriculum in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.

New Mexico Conference of Catholic Bishops Support a Consistent Ethic of Life

We stand unified against any legislation that weakens the defense of life and threatens the dignity of the human being. 

Priest to pro-life activists: “Courage! Continue to stand up for the unborn, the elderly and the disabled, the forgotten.”

Fr. Joshua Mayer addressed pro-life activists before their march on January 20, 2019.

New Mexico Bishops: “Legalizing suicide is not the solution”

In the face of medical challenges, we should support and accompany our loved ones with genuine compassion, not with the false compassion of assisted suicide.

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INTO THE MYSTERY: Sacred Time

An in-depth examination of the theological concept of time.

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."
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An Insider Breakdown of the Fall 2019 U.S. Bishops’ Meeting

Bishop Wall takes a look at all the important things happening at the annual November meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Baltimore.