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Consecrating New Mexico to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

"This consecration provides an opportunity for all people to learn from Jesus and Mary, and to love as they love.”

Obituary for Fr. Don Richardson (1931-2023)

"I have learned much in wisdom from the people I serve in ministry."

Friday News Roundup: 2023 Spanish Market; August Men’s Retreat, and more!

Bishop's Anniversary Mass Please join us to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Priestly Ordination for Bishop Wall! Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, June 6,...

“You have to slow down”: Fr. Jay Jung reflects on 10 years of service to Navajo parishes

"You don't have the things you think you'll need, and you make do without it. And the faith of the people makes up for some of it."

Diocese to Host “Come and See” Weekend for Potential Deacon Candidates

"Get a taste of what it's all about, and then you can have more information on - whether it's something you'd like to pursue.”

Bishop Announces Latest Clergy Assignments

On Saturday, March 25, Bishop James Wall announced new priest assignments for the Diocese of Gallup.

“This beautiful community”: St. John Vianney Parish Celebrates 50 Years

“That's why we mark moments such as this - the 50th anniversary of this parish. Because it's not just simply a building, but it's the house of God."

Deep Dive: Why Do Catholics Use Altars?

It’s a fixture in every Catholic Church we visit, and one we’re so used to that we may take it for granted.

Catholic School Students Excel at Diocesan-Wide Miracle Fair

Students from Show Low and St. Michaels took home the top prizes in their divisions.

New Mexico Bishops on HB7: Evil, “Most radical bill of its kind in the nation”

"Untruthfully called the "Reproductive and Gender-Affirming Health Care Freedom Act," this bill is neither about health care nor about freedom."

Obituary: Deacon Filomeno Garcia Ulibarri (1935-2023)

Deacon Filomeno was ordained in 1999, and served in the parishes at Concho and St. Johns until his retirement in 2010.

Diocese To Take Over Pastoral Care of St. Michaels from the Franciscans

The decision to withdraw from St. Michaels was not undertaken lightly. A nationwide restructuring of the order necessitated the change to friars’ assignments.

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