Religious sisters of the Mission Diocese of Gallup work hard serving our very poor. Here is one of the A.S.C. sisters serving the Navajo area of St. Paul in Crownpoint, NM.
The Diocese of Gallup serves seven distinct Native American nations and pueblos, including the largest of the the U.S., the Navajo people.
The Diocese of Gallup is the poorest diocese in the nation. Many canonized saints have come to serve here or desired to serve here. Among them, the famous St. Katherine Drexel.
St. Francis School is located in the far northeast of the Diocese of Gallup. It serves the children of Jicarilla Apache nation.
An interfaith pastor’s service and a day of caring provided the centerpiece for Catholic Schools Week at St. Peter Claver Parish in Macon.