Fr. Mathieu grew up in the Boston area, the oldest of twelve children. From an early age, he knew he wanted to be a priest.
Dozens of future Catholics and catechumens traveled with their sponsors to Sacred Heart Cathedral for the annual Rite of Election
A new delegation in the Diocese of Gallup aims to address the needs of the fastest-growing population in the American Church: Hispanics.
"Providing young people with a sound education in the faith represents the most urgent internal challenge."
January 28 - February 3 is National Catholic Schools Week! Here's how we're celebrating in the Diocese of Gallup
Local Pro-Life Activists Continue the Fight for Women and the Unborn: “Our state suffers because of these terrible, terrible policies.”
“One young woman said 'why do you do this in the middle of January?' I said 'I didn’t pick the date - the Supreme Court did.'"
Can't make it to the National March for Life? Plenty of States are holding local rallies.
Even with news coverage, hashtags, and firings, will the attitudes that allowed this behavior to fester for decades ultimately change for the better?
Each year, Confirmation classes from three Gallup parishes go door-to-door, collecting food for the Gallup Community Pantry. These efforts allow the pantry to serve families in emergency situations.